Released October 13

Trek releases all-new Domane+ AL aluminum e-road bike



Price Range


Frame Material

Aluminum, Carbon

Trek unveiled the all-new Domane+ AL today, bolstering the brand’s e-road lineup with new models that offer performance at a lower price point. It partners a hub-drive motor with the classic, comfortable Domane geometry that riders love, so they can pedal farther with comfort and ease.

The highs and lows of this model family

Compare the Domane+ Range
Spec Level
Weight31.0 lbs27.3 lbs27.8 lbs26.9 lbs27.6 lbs25.9 lbs26.8 lbs
MotorHydrive 250W 40Nm hub-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-driveTQ 250W 50Nm mid-drive
Battery250WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhShimano 360WhTQ 360Wh
Groupset105, FSA105 Di2, PraxisRival XPLR eTap, Rival eTapUltegra Di2, PraxisForce XPLR eTap, Force eTapDura-Ace Di2, PraxisRED XPLR eTap, RED eTap
Drivetrain2 × 112 × 12 Electronic1 × 12 Electronic2 × 12 Electronic1 × 12 Electronic2 × 12 Electronic1 × 12 Electronic
Where to Buy

At Trek


At Trek


At Trek


At Trek

Estimated Spec Level

Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more →

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AL 5
SLR 6 eTap
SLR 7 eTap
SLR 9 eTap
Stack/Reach Ratio1.461.501.531.561.601.67
Top Tube Length523536548560573592
Seat Tube Length440475500525548567
Seat Tube Angle74.674.273.773.373.072.7
Head Tube Length110130145160180220
Head Tube Angle70.871.371.371.972.072.1
BB Drop808080787878
BB Height256256256258258258
Front Center590596604600609625
Chainstay Length436436436436436436
Standover Height733759778800815831

🐐 Measurements listed in millimeters and degrees

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  • Excellent motor integration

  • Hardly perceptible noise level

  • Generous tire clearance

  • Mudguard mounts ensure good everyday suitability

  • Disproportionately thick down tube looks awkward

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From Trek

The heart of Domane+ AL is its HyDrive motor that provides natural-feeling assist through the rear hub. It’s capable of taking riders up to 55 miles in a single charge thanks to a slim, 250Wh battery that’s integrated inside the down tube. For longer adventures, riders will be pleased to find that they can add a Range Extender battery to their setup to double the assisted riding distance for up to 110mi/177km of ride support.

 Trek employs a minimalist display that is mounted flush on the top tube of Domane+ AL, allowing riders to power up their ride, view battery life, and check which assist mode is being used — all without disrupting the clean look of a traditional road bike cockpit.

Domane+ AL puts control in the palm of riders’ hands with intuitive, hood-mounted controls. Riders can easily toggle between the three assist modes with the simple press of a button without ever removing their hands from the bars.

While many entry-level e-bikes come with a hefty weight penalty, Domane+ AL is light enough to handle with ease. It weighs in at just over 30lb, making it easy to carry up stairs, put away after a ride, or lift onto bike racks when heading out for group rides.

Domane+ AL rolls on 700c wheels and features clearance for up to 38mm tires, providing versatility for on-road and off-road exploration. This extra tire clearance partners with endurance-minded frame language that elevates comfort on long miles.

 Domane+ AL will begin arriving at Trek retailers in October of 2022.