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TREK presented the new Trek Domane + SLR ebike.

There are many news.

The Trek Domane + SLR 2023 frame is directly derived from the muscle model.

Lighter, stiffer and suitable for housing the new TQ Motor electric motor, which ensures high silence, smooth running and low weight.

The integrated battery allows a range of about 90 km and an external battery pack is also available which further increases the autonomy to about 145km.

Six sizes available.

The weight of the ebike is 11.8Kg in the lightest version.

The range of assemblies is very wide:

Trek Domane + SLR 9 eTap: 14499 euros
Trek Domane + SLR 9 Shimano: 13999 euros
Trek Domane + SLR 7 eTap: 10999 euros
Trek Domane + SLR 7 Shimano: 10599 euros
Trek Domane + SLR 6 eTap: 9999 euros
Trek Domane + SLR 6 Shimano: 9599 euros

 

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