Trek has expanded its Project One bike customization program with three entirely new paint schemes. The new ‘Chasin’ Aces’ theme will be ridden by Trek-Segafredo Classics specialist John Degenkolb, and is inspired by his beloved café racer motorcycle. ‘Full Fade and Breakaway allow riders to show off two of their favourite colours in two distinct pattern. Trek adds that these will ‘offer an inspirational starting point for customers to build the bike of their dreams in Project One’.
The Chasin’ Aces scheme features a Black Moss base colour, with subtle pin-striping inspired by pro rider John Degenkolb’s beloved Café Racer motorcycle outlining the frame. Red fades inside the fork and chain stays pair with hints of silver to complete this limited-edition design.
The bike is similar to the Café Racer Domane offered previously, but with updated design details that complement the Trek Madone’s unique look. Fans will see John Degenkolb racing the bike this spring, and can make it their own with multiple spec options in Project One, available on Madone custom build bikes.
The Full Fade scheme blends two complementary colours into one design. The scheme leads with a bold, inviting colour that cleanly fades into a dark, rich shade. Depending on colour choice, the scheme lets riders go big and loud, or dark and stealthy. Customers can choose from thirteen different pre-determined Full Fade colour options.
The Full Fade paint scheme is available on all Road, Mountain, and Triathlon models available in Project One.
Inspired by the bike Alberto Contador rode at last year’s Vuelta a España, the Breakaway scheme features two primary colours that sharply split the frame in half with unique lines and shapes that strike through the Trek logo on the downtube. Customers can choose from an array of colour options. All solid colours will be offered in the Breakaway design, except for Onyx Carbon.
The Breakaway paint scheme is available on the following Émonda models: Émonda SLR 9, Émonda SLR 8, Émonda SLR 6, Émonda SLR 8 Disc, and Émonda SLR 6 Disc.
All three schemes are available immediately to consumers via the Project One customization program. Riders can build their own at projectone.trekbikes.com and order through their local Trek retailer.