Trek Madone 9.2

2016
 
5.0 stars
 (1 Review)
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Description

Trek's Madone 9.2 strikes the ideal blend of aerodynamics, weight, technology, performance and ride feel. Built using Trek's exclusive defense-grade OCLV Carbon, the ultralight frame boasts Trek's aerodynamic KVF tubes that smooth airflow from tip to tail for maximum energy savings and free speed. The Madone also features a stiff BB90 bottom bracket for optimal power transmission, a tapered head tube so you slice through corners with pinpoint precision, and an integrated seatmast for outstanding compliance. Add the 11-speed Ultegra drievtrain, the carbon bar/stem combo and integrated aero brakes, and you have one ideally blended, race-ready machine.

Features & Info

Geometry chart

Trek Madone 9.2 geometry chart

Trek's amazing Madone

Trek's Madone is one of the winningest bikes in the pro peloton. It's been proven on roads all across the world, from local crits to the Tour de France. Check out these highlights to see how it makes riding easier, faster and even more fun:
The Madone integrated brakes. The Madone brakeless seatstays. The Madone 3S chain-keeper.

Brakes should slow you down, but only when you apply them. Trek's Integrated Brakes are built directly into the Madone to reduce drag and save weight.

The Madone's integrated brakes allowed Trek to remove the brake bridge and create flowing, uninterrupted Brakeless Seatstays. The result is increased performance and aerodynamics with striking good looks.
Trek's 3S chain-keeper is integrated directly into the frame. It's an elegant solution that prevents the chain coming off on rough roads and under hard shifts. It lets you make any shift you want at any time without worrying.
The Madone DuoTrap. The Madone E2 front end. The Madone Ride-Tuned No-Cut seatmast.
The DuoTrap seamlessly integrates an ANT+ computer sensor into the frame to measure speed, distance and cadence with no added aerodynamic drag. No zip ties, no tape; just a clean and beautiful carbon chainstay.
Trek's E2 head tube tapers from 1 1/2 to 1-1/8 inch and is wider side to side than front to back. This minimizes weight, maximizes power transfer and improves cornering. Result: a more powerful and confident ride. Trek's Ride-Tuned No-Cut seatmast eliminates seatpost clamping forces so it can be super-light and soak up road vibrations for ride-all-day comfort. It also offers up to 10cm of adjustment, so a perfect fit is guaranteed.

KVF aerodynamic advantage

Trek's KVF tube

Trek's Kammtail Virtual Foil (KVF) is an aerodynamic tube shape that maintains its full drag-reducing benefits at every yaw angle (the direction of the wind on your frame) by removing the trailing edge of the airfoil (compare the top and bottom profiles in the image above). The result? Lightweight, aerodynamic tubing that makes your bike faster in every situation, from headwinds to tailwinds and everything in between.

90mm-wide bottom bracket

Trek's Madone features a unique bottom bracket (image, right) that's 90mm wide (traditional ones are 68mm wide). This wide bottom bracket lets Trek build the frame with larger tubes for increased power transfer. Plus, the 90mm bottom bracket is machined so that the bearings can be placed directly into the frame (image) saving weight (due to fewer parts), ensuring additional pedaling efficiency and simplifying maintenance and repair.

IsoSpeed Decoupler

Trek IsoSpeed Decoupler

Pedals sold separately

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(1 review)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Dream machine 
  • Iso decoupler flexibility 
  • Quick and responsive 

Cons

Best Uses

  • Road long and short rides 

 
5.0
Aug 08, 2015

I nicknamed it "The Batmobile"

Pros:
Iso Decoupler Flexibility, quick and responsive, Dream Machine
Cons:
None
Best Uses:
Road Long And Short Rides
I have owned 5 Treks within the past 3 years. 2 Maddens, one Factory Racing, and a P1 trip color cutie which I still have and last (best of all) the new Series 9.2 with DI-2 (which I had the Trek dealer transfer to the new bike from my Trek Factory Racing "Maserati." The bike rides like a dream. It is quick, responsive, and has (of course) the ISO system which gives a little forgiveness to the bumps, potholes and the other garbage we all encounter on the road. I am considered a upper intermediate rider putting in around 170 to 200 miles a week with around 3 centuries a year. It is not only an "eye catcher" with it stealthy look but it rides what I call "bright' quick and still gives some road relief from the bumps of the road.
by Russ from Los Alamitos, CA

Specifications

Frame
Trek 600 Series OCLV Carbon w/E2, BB90, IsoSpeed
Fork
Trek Madone KVF carbon, E2 carbon steerer
Rims/Wheels
Bontrager Paradigm Elite Tubeless Ready
Tires
Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700 x 23c
Crankset
Shimano Ultegra
Chainrings
50/34
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra
Rear Cogs
Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed: 11-28
Shifters
Shimano Ultegra
Handlebars
Madone XXX Integrated Bar/Stem, KVF profile, Invisible cable routing, OCLV carbon, VR-CF
Tape/Grips
Bontrager Supertack
Brakes
Madone aero integrated
Saddle
Bontrager Paradigm RL, Ti rails
Seatpost
Bontrager micro-adjust carbon seatmast cap
Accessories & Extras
Aero 3S chain keeper