Trek Emonda SL - Carbon Road Bike - Grade: Excellent

Sale price$2,474.00



This bike weighs in a 6.85kg on the shop scale, right on the UCI weight limit if you were interested in racing. 
This is a race climbing machine and one of the lightest production bikes out there with a carbon fibre frame, fork and steerer tube. It has upgraded dura ace 9000 groupset and has a new prime pro handlebar tape and a new Prologo saddle. The bike is finished with a great condition Hunt Aero Wheelset. 

Frame size (& manufacturer indication for rider height): medium/54 (5'8-5’11)

Item Condition: Excellent 

Year of Production: 2017

RRP: 2699.99GBP

Frame: Trek Emonda Sl

Weight: 6.85kg

Gears: 11 Speed Mechanical

Pedals: N/A

Brakes: Dura Ace 9000

Wheels: Hunt Aero Wheelset 

Bottom Bracket: Shimano 


Dura Ace 9000

Front Derailleur:

Dura Ace 9000

Rear Derailleur:

Dura Ace 9000


Dura Ace 9000 (50-34)

Chain: 11 speed 

Tyres: Continental Grand Prix 

Saddle: Prologo

Rear Cassette: 11-28 Shimano 

Maximum Saddle Height: 

(Measurement is from centre of bottom bracket to top of saddle)

Handlebar Width: 420mm

Stem Length: 100mm

All bikes are given a thorough check by qualified mechanics before being listed. This includes a test ride of the bike to make sure they are happy to transfer the bike to the customer. If any components are unroadworthy they will be replaced by qualified mechanics. 

Quality Control Checks: 

  • Frame Check (scratches/cracks)
  • Test Ride
  • Gear Indexing
  • Bottom Bracket Bearings
  • Headset Bearings 
  • Drivetrain (chain, cassette, chainrings)
  • Rear Derailleur (cage play, jockey wheels, spring)
  • Derailleur hanger (alignment)
  • Front Derailleur (spring, alignment)
  • Tyres (tread, flattening)
  • Wheels (braking surface, trueness, spoke tension, bearings)
  • Bolt Torque Check (Crankset, stem bolts, steerer tube expander plug)
  • Seatpost (unseized)

Please note, these checks are to determine whether the bike is in a good, usable, roadworthy condition and parts will not be replaced unless it is deemed necessary to allow the bike to function correctly. 






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