2023 Trek

Domane AL 2 Disc

An aluminum frame endurance bike with mid-range components and mechanical disc brakes.

MSRP$1,199
Weight23.7 lbs  
FrameAluminum
SuspensionRigid
ForkCarbon
Wheels700c Aluminum
Drivetrain2 × 8
GroupsetClaris
BrakesMechanical Disc
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Terrain
smoothrugged
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Gearing

A bike with lower gearing will be easier to ride up steep hills, while a higher top end means it will pedal faster down hills.

Lowest gear

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39 mph

Domane AL 2 Disc

39 mph

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Spec Level

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Sizing
49cm

5'1" – 5'5"

52cm

5'3" – 5'7"

54cm

5'5" – 5'9"

56cm

5'8" – 6'0"

58cm

5'10" – 6'2"

61cm

6'0" – 6'4"

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Reviews
Escape Collective
2024 Trek Domane AL 2 Gen 4 review: Budget all-road - Escape Collective

Feb 2024 · Dave Rome

Trek’s most budget road bike, revamped, and still with class-leading tyre clearance.

Highs
  • Room for 40 mm tyres has this one ready for the gravel-curious. Solid build kit and frame will shrug off loaded commuting and mixed surfaces. Ready for fenders and a rack. Welcoming geometry and comfortable touch points.

Lows
  • Disc brakes make for a heavy bike

  • And the mechanical disc brakes here aren’t stellar. Heavy wheels and tyres make the bike feel more sluggish than it wants to be. Through-headset cable routing makes no sense on a bike with mechanical gears and brakes. Ultimately cheap gearing and brakes for a bike that

  • While Trek’s entry-level

  • Isn’t as affordable as it should be.

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Gran Fondo Magazine
The Trek Domane SLR 7 AXS Gen 4 in review – Head-to-head in our all-road group test

Sep 2023 · Calvin Zajac

Can the Trek Domane SLR 7 AXS Gen 4 prove to be the ultimate all-road bike and adventure buddy in our 2023 all-road group test?

Highs
  • Coherent and versatile concept

  • Very comfortable thanks to the inconspicuously integrated IsoSpeed system

  • Timeless look that you won’t get tired of looking at

Lows
  • Internally routed cables rattle loudly

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Velo
Trek Domane AL review: Blurring the line

Sep 2023 · Alvin Holbrook

Big tire clearance and lower weight give the new Trek Domane AL generation 4 all-road bike credibility both on road and on dirt.

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BikeRadar
Trek Domane AL 4 Disc review

Mar 2023 · Robin Wilmott

The Domane AL 4 Disc is a good budget endurance bike that’s excellent on the road and very capable away from it

Highs
  • Well rounded, coherent ride

  • Great comfort

  • Useful practicality

Lows
  • Crankset deviation

  • Squeaky-feeling saddle

  • Thin handlebar tape

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Cycling News
Trek Domane SLR 9 review: Can a £13k+ bike ever warrant such a price?

Jan 2023 · Josh Croxton

Fewer Isospeeds means it's a little less comfortable, but the new Domane SLR 9 is fast, fun, and ready for an adventure

Highs
  • Easy to use storage compartment with neat & organising tool wrap

  • Simplified Isospeed vibration damping

  • 38mm tyre clearance

  • Power meter included

  • Neat, low-maintenance integrated cockpit

Lows
  • Oh boy is it pricey

  • I would hope for top-spec tyres at this price

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Cyclist
Trek Domane SLR review

Oct 2022 · James Spender

The Domane is a tremendously smooth bike thanks to Trek’s IsoSpeed rear damping system and high volume, 32mm tubeless tyres

Highs
  • Comfort

  • Handling

  • Descending

Lows
  • Over-engineered

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Bicycling
The New Trek Domane: A Great Bike Made Better

Sep 2022

The new Domane is everything great about the old bike, plus lighter and quicker.

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VeloNews
New and unreleased Trek Domane spotted ahead of Paris-Roubaix under Trek-Segafredo

Apr 2022 · Ben Delaney

Major changes include elimination of the seat mast, front IsoSpeed and adjustment on rear IsoSpeed.

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Geometry
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Specs
Build
Frame

100 Series Alpha Aluminum, tapered head tube, internal routing, fender mounts, DuoTrap S compatible, flat mount disc, 142x12mm thru axle

BB StandardBSA, 68mm, Threaded

Tire Clearance35c

ColorsViper Red / Trek Black; Trek Black; Hex Blue

Fork

Domane AL carbon, tapered alloy steerer, internal brake routing, fender mounts, flat mount disc, 12x100mm thru axle

Bottom Bracket

Shimano UN30, 68mm, threaded cartridge, 110mm spindle

Headset

FSA Integrated, sealed cartridge bearing, 1-1/8'' top, 1.5'' bottom

Stem

Size: 44, Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 70mm length; Size: 49, Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 80mm length; Size: 52, 54, Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 90mm length; Size: 56, 58, Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 100mm length; Size: 61, Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 110mm length

Handlebar

Size: 44, 49, Bontrager Comp VR-S, alloy, 31.8mm, 81mm reach, 118mm drop, 38cm width; Size: 52, Bontrager Comp VR-S, alloy, 31.8mm, 81mm reach, 118mm drop, 40cm width; Size: 54, 56, Bontrager Comp VR-C, alloy, 31.8mm, 100mm reach, 124mm drop, 42cm width; Size: 58, 61, Bontrager Comp VR-C, alloy, 31.8mm, 100mm reach, 124mm drop, 44cm width

Saddle

Size: 44, 49, 52, Bontrager Verse Comp, steel rails, 155mm width; Size: 54, 56, 58, 61, Bontrager Verse Comp, steel rails, 145mm width

Seatpost

Size: 44, 49, Bontrager Comp, 6061 alloy, 27.2mm, 8mm offset, 250mm length; Size: 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Bontrager Comp, 6061 alloy, 27.2mm, 8mm offset, 330mm length

TypeRigid

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

Shimano Claris RD-R2000, long cage, 34T max cog

Front Derailleur

Shimano Claris R2000, FD-R2000, 8-speed, 31.8mm clamp

Crank

Size: 44, Shimano RS200, 50/34 (compact), 165mm length; Size: 49, 52, 54, Shimano RS200, 50/34 (compact), 170mm length; Size: 56, 58, 61, Shimano RS200, 50/34 (compact), 175mm length

Shifters

Size: 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Shimano Claris ST-R2000-R, 8 speed, right; Size: 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Shimano Claris ST-R2000-L, 8 speed, left

Cassette

Shimano HG31, CS-HG31, 11-32, 8 speed

Chain

Shimano Sora HG71, 8 speed

Brakes

Tektro C550 mechanical disc brake, dual piston, flat mount, 160mm rotor

TypeMechanical Disc

Wheels
Rims

Size: 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Bontrager Affinity Disc, Tubeless Ready, 24-hole, 21mm width, Presta valve; Size: 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Bontrager Paradigm SL, Tubeless Ready, 24-hole, 21mm width, Presta valve; Size: 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61, Bontrager Paradigm, Tubeless Ready, 24-hole, 21mm width, Presta valve

Spokes

14g stainless steel, black

Front Hub

Formula RX-512 alloy, 6-bolt, 100x12mm thru axle

Rear Hub

Formula RX-142 alloy, 6-bolt, Shimano 11-speed freehub, 142x12mm thru axle

Tires

Bontrager R1 Hard-Case Lite, wire bead, 60 tpi, 700x32mm

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Last updated February 17