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Trek Madone 4 series

mykochanmykochan Posts: 10
edited February 2015 in Your road bikes
First post here...

Bought as a 2014 Trek Madone 4.3 half a year ago...

Upgraded to ultegra 6800 groupset

Chucked in a pair of 404s...

Love the look!

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  • Nice one, love the black/white look on it.
  • diamonddogdiamonddog Posts: 3,422
    Nice looking bike.
  • DKayDKay Posts: 1,652
    I think your bike looks great.
  • cheers guys, i want to change the chainrings to a 50/34 compact, is that possible for the ultegra 6800?
  • mykochan wrote:
    cheers guys, i want to change the chainrings to a 50/34 compact, is that possible for the ultegra 6800?

    Yep, you can do 53/39 - 52/36 - 50/34 - 46/36 if you want to. I'm sure that you could do something like a 50/36 too if it takes your fancy.
  • Looks nice with the black & white

    That saddle to bar drop looks quite excessive, and just how looooong is that stem?
    I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles
  • That saddle to bar drop looks quite excessive, and just how looooong is that stem?
    Are we looking at the same photograph? Probably 40mm drop saddle -> bars and a 100mm stem.


    Simple and clean. Very effective and stylish look. 9/10 (drop 1 for brake calipers :wink: ).
  • holiverholiver Posts: 729
    That saddle to bar drop looks quite excessive, and just how looooong is that stem?
    Cheeky :D The geometry does look quite upright for a race frame though.

    Bet it is a great bike to ride in any case.
  • holiver wrote:
    That saddle to bar drop looks quite excessive, and just how looooong is that stem?
    Cheeky :D The geometry does look quite upright for a race frame though.

    Bet it is a great bike to ride in any case.

    i guess that's a feature of Trek's H2 geometry? :D

    But it sure is a good ride for some1 that isn't flexible
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