Roubaix…or Pt. Reyes. Don’t endure, conquer.

Trek’s newest road bike, the Domane 6 Series with IsoSpeed has it all: Blistering speed. Incredible comfort and stability, even on the punishing pavé of Flanders or Roubaix… or West Marin.

The Domane uses a unique IsoSpeed Decoupler at the seat tube/top tube junction to separate the rider from bumps. Up front, the IsoSpeed fork uses thinner legs with rearward-set dropouts to absorb vibrations and bumps without sacrificing steering precision. Combined, they do an admirable job of smoothing out rough roads, gravel paths and cracks in the pavement.

Domane also comes in several Women’s Specific Geometry models »

New IsoSpeed Decoupler

A new class of race bike.

Powering over centuries-old cobbles, charging up dizzying climbs, descending on rails to an epic win. That’s how Fabian Cancellara rides his Domane. How will you ride yours?

High performance

  • OCLV Carbon frame
  • Race-optimized cable routing
  • World Champion Fabian Cancellara’s seal of race-ready approval
  • Performance doesn’t get any higher than this.


  • Domane makes the most of every pedal stroke.
  • Power Transfer Construction stiffens the frame to transfer your pedaling power directly to the road.
  • No waste, all win.


  • Balanced, race-stable geometry.
  • Integrated chain keeper.
  • Extraordinary handling and flawless shifting on any road, under any load.
  • This bike will not let you down.


  • Long days and rough roads are no match for IsoSpeed technology.
  • Innovative decoupler doubles vertical compliance so you ride stronger, longer.

Fabian Cancellara's Trek Domane 6-Series at the 2012 Tour De France

What they’re saying…

“Extraordinarily comfortable yet still speedy for anyone looking to take the sting out of a bumpy road.”

Road Bike Action Magazine:

“…when we hit our first section of cobbles every single journalist on the ride had the same reaction — this thing really works!  I could hit the cobbles at full speed without being thrown to and fro, allowing me to keep the pressure on the pedals without the hits affecting my pedal stroke.”

Peloton Magazine:

“As we ramped up the pace to roll into the first climb and smashed into the cobbles the rear ISO Speed de‐coupler did an astounding job.  It soaked up the carnage at the contact patch with amazing aplomb.”