Test riding the new Trek Émonda

Earlier this week Trek revealed its new Émonda range, the result of several years spent trying to develop the lightest production race frame on the market. While a few riders from the Trek Factory Racing team were riding the Émonda at the recent Tour du Suisse, and the Criterium du Dauphine, it wasn’t until Tuesday […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Nothing illegal found in Paris-Roubaix roadside drug vial; Orica-GreenEdge reveals Tour de France team, including Simon Yates; Astana reveals Tour de France team in support of Vincenzo Nibali; Teamlists for the Giro Rosa; Could Bradley Wiggins return to Garmin?; Stefan Küng signs for BMC; Trek […]


Trek Silque SLX review

The Silque is the latest addition to Trek’s women’s-specific road bike range and in this review Caz Whitehead puts the Silque SLX through its paces.


Trek 5 Series Madone and Domane comparison review

With the Madone and Domane, Trek offers riders a choice of two very different road bikes. The former is fashioned for performance, while the latter is devoted to endurance. In this review, CTech Editor Matt Wikstrom rides both models in Trek’s 5 Series to see what they have to offer.


Trek Madone 7 Series Review

I had the opportunity to attend the Trek Madone 7-series launch back in 2012, and now with new updates to the frame, Trek claims that the new Madone is more aero, more comfortable, offers better rear brake performance, and is lighter than ever before. In this review, we take a look at the updates, the […]


The New Trek Madone 7-Series

I’ve made it here to Liege to chase a little bike race around France, but before I begin Trek was kind enough to invite me to their new Madone launch. And I’m glad they did. Besides having a lot of fun, I’ve had the opportunity to meet many of the people behind Trek and the […]