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Trek Domane+ LT e-road bike adds Project One customization for ultimate bling

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Trek announced the addition of the new Domane+ LT e-road bike to their Project One customization program. The bike uses the compact Fazua Evation internal battery and motor for pedaling assistance, in a package that comes in just under the 30 pound mark.

This announcement doesn’t come as a complete surprise, as Trek hinted at Project One availability at the initial launch. High-tech e-road bikes are certainly aimed at the highest end of the market, so it only makes sense to offer an even higher-end option.

Project One customization will be offered on three levels of the Domane+: the LT, LT 7, and LT 9. Trek’s media release did not include any pricing, so I went to their website to ‘build’ one of my own. The LT 9 carried a base price of $12,500, the LT 7 came in at $9,200, and the LT was listed at $7,000.

That pricing covered the three “base” paint schemes of Gloss Purple Flip, Matte Dnister Black/Gloss Trek Black, and Red Rage / Deep Dark Blue. The special ICON paint options each add an additional $1,000…

“Black Gold”.
“Brushed Liquid Metal”.
“Prismatic Pearl”.
“Refliptive”.
“Molten Marble”.

No photo: “Cosmos” paint scheme.

All options for the new Domane+ LT Project One are available immediately through Trek dealers and the link below.

TrekBikes.com

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Martyn Stallard
Martyn Stallard
4 years ago

I bought a normal trek modone bk last year anybody no the weight of the madone e bike road

mudmudmud
mudmudmud
4 years ago

Can’t you revive e-BR so we don’t have to put up with this?

JNH
JNH
4 years ago
Reply to  mudmudmud

A tumor can’t survive without a body to parasite.

Greg
Greg
4 years ago
Reply to  mudmudmud

Who forced you read the article?

Robin
Robin
4 years ago
Reply to  mudmudmud

So you were forced to click on the link to the article and then read it. Interesting. Or maybe the scroll wheel on your mouse doesn’t work.

WaterRat
WaterRat
4 years ago

Liquid metal all the way. The rest you will look at in 5 years and say what was I thinking?

badbikemechanicx
badbikemechanicx
4 years ago

Can we get these paint jobs on non mopeds. Trek- killing it with paint jobs these days. Please bring back the Klein Attitude orange while your at it.

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