Andrew's Trek Madone 9.0

Shimano Ultegra Di2 Groupset Upgrade
Shimano Dura Ace Crankset w/ Stages non-drive power meter
Easton EC90 Aero handlebars
ZIPP 303 Firecrest wheels
Continental GP 4000s 25mm tires
S-Works Power Saddle 143mm

 

The stock Madone exploring The Land Down Under. This image was taken in Southland, New Zealand, just outside of Nelson.

My partner and I spent over a year Down Under exploring Australia and New Zealand. While we were hunkered down in Melbourne, I worked at a TREK concept store and jumped at the opportunity to get a Madone.

 

This bike is a speed demon that handles incredibly well. The integration is amazing, albeit a bit of a nuisance while traveling. The stock build was good, but I've since added a few bits that take it to the next level. After I cracked the stock crank in a sprint finish at WTNC UBC, the Bici Basement acted fast and got a Dura Ace R9100 installed in less than a day, crucial for my race weekend at Tour De Bloom in Wenatchee, WA.

 

Here's an image of my race-ready Madone with Zipp 303 Firecrest Clinchers, Continental GP 4000s rubber and an Easton EC90 handlebar; I have no excuses!
Words and Images by Andrew Funamoto

 


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