Trek Speed Concept 7.0

The draw: More affordable speed

The Trek Speed Concept 7.0 may not come with all of the features of its 9 series counterparts, but with the same frame shapes and integration options, the 7.0 is perfect for the athlete looking for a superbike on a budget. One of the main differences between the 7 and 9 series is the use of a traditional (rather than integrated) aerobar, which may not be as fast but can make travel much easier. The specs are rounded out with Shimano 105 components, a compact (50/34) crankset paired with an 11–28 cassette and Bontrager tubeless-ready wheels.

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