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2019 Trek Speed Concept P1 pink

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2019 Trek Speed Concept P1

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $4,699.00

Special Price $3,699.00

Your Savings: 21%

Quick Overview

Here's a unique bike that is also Trek's best-performing machine against the watch!


Color: Radioactive Pink/Black. Other colors available in Trek's Project One program

Size: Medium


It's race day, and the bike course is the most challenging of the season. This should be your bike.


The Trek Speed Concept was built to dominate different disciplines, not just a prologue at Le Tour or the Kona coast. Trek brought its finest engineers and computing power together to make the Speed Concept slice through the wind better than anything built today. The Speed Concept's main purpose is to keep aerodynamic drag as low as possible while still complying with the UCI's frame shape regulations for time trial bicycles. The Speed Concept's aerodynamic Kammtail shape was proven back in the 70's at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, when long-tail racing cars needed to cope with dangerous crosswinds at over 200mph. The truncated trailing edge of the frame's tubes fools the air, keeping drag numbers low without the extra weight of a full airfoil cross-section that is tossed around in crosswinds. Trek used Computational Fluid Dynamic (or CFD) software to dial in the exact Kammtail shape for light weight and torsional strength, not just a clever aerodynamic profile. When the Speed Concept prototype went into the wind tunnel, it confirmed to Trek that it could be useful for any athlete racing alone against the watch. When pedaling, the turbulence created by the rider's legs can be a major drag problem that can negate all the work done by the engineers. When the "fill-ins" around the seat tube/top tube juncture and bottom bracket were added, there was a major drag reduction compared to the last generation of the Speed Concept. Even the new brake-boosting Speed Fin on the bottom bracket helps manage the airflow laterally, preparing the air to be sliced by the rear wheel.


The Speed Concept's Kammtail Virtual Foil -or KVF- frame shape isn't the only thing that Trek can brag about; the OCLV carbon fiber material makes the bike incredibly light for such a refined aero machine. Trek uses their 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber to not only make the Speed Concept lightweight and strong, but also enhance the ride quality by using different layering in the build process to take the edge off rough pavement. A harsh-riding bike will tire a triathlete prematurely, and a time trial racer might make mistakes in the closing miles when seconds count. Internal cable routing through the aerobars and stem give the Speed Concept the cleanest profile of any TT/Tri bike in the industry. All that might lead a rider to belive its a hard bike to fit, but Trek offers plenty of sizes in integrated direct-mount stems and aero bar mounts. From an aggressive "prologue" TT fit, to a more upright Ironman fit for the less flexible among us, the Speed Concept can accommodate more riders with a wider range of flexibilities.


The details found on the Speed Concept add to the bike's excellent aerodynamic performance. Hidden brake calipers and internal brake cables reduce drag around the upper half of the frame, while a reverseable aero seat post helps with a wide range of fit positions.  An aperture in the left chainstay allows the installation of a DuoTrap speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) without the use of clumsy zip-ties. Mounts for a Draft Box accessory box at the back of the seat tube keep a repair kit and tubes tucked out of the wind, while similar mounts for a gel-storing Speed Box on the top tube keep the bike's aero profile equally preserved.


The components on the Speed Concept needed to be able to keep up with the cutting-edge frameset, so Trek chose Shimano's recently updated 8000-series Ultegra component group. Many of the improvements are obvious, such as the Shadow-format rear derailleur that hides out of the wind better than most rear mechs. The flatter profile of the 50/34T compact Ultegra crankset helps improve aero numbers, and yet torsional rigidity is increased over the previous generation. Even the front derailleur requires less hand strength to operate. The front derailleur's steel cage adds to the shift response and is much more durable than aluminum. An 11-28T 11-speed Ultegra cassette boasts a wide gearing range for roller-coaster courses. Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters bring fingertip operation to the Speed Concept as well. Bontrager's Race Lite aero levers help cut through the air with a low-profile shape, and feel better in the hands than aero-focused sharp-edged levers.


Bontrager also brought an aerodynamic advantage to the Speed Concept with an excellent high-performance wheelset. Bontrager's Aeolus Comp 5 composite carbon fiber wheels boast an aluminum brake track, ensuring a predictable feel in wet conditions. The wheels are tubeless-ready, allowing the user to eliminate the inner tubes that actually increase rolling resistance in the tube/tire combination. The ability of the sealent to deal with minor punctures is also a nice bonus on race day. Bladed aero spokes help cut aero drag further. The wheels are shod with 700x25c Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite tires.


The aero bar and UCI-legal base bar of the Speed Concept are installed on a direct-mount stem, bringing a flowing shape to the bike's front end. Six available stem sizes assist with a comfortable fit, while four aero bar spacers dial in the aero bar position further. Bontrage forearm pads are replaceable and easily adjustable. A Bontrager Hilo Comp tri-specific saddle sits atop a reversible alloy aero seatpost.


This bicycle is an example of what can be ordered through Trek's Project One program. Thousands of different color combinations, wheel options, component choices and fits can be selected. Please call for details.


A bike fit session with our experienced staff can help improve performance, injury resistance and overall comfort. Machinery Row uses the Retul fit system for a precise analysis and rider positioning even before a Project One bicycle is ordered. Please call for details and to schedule a fitting session.

Additional Information

Year 2019
Gender Mens + Womans
Color Pink
Speeds 22 speed

Lightweight, stable handling, triathlon fit, 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber frame, aero carbon fiber fork, KVF aero frame shaping, BB90 bottom bracket, internal cable routing, aperture for DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in left chain stay (sold separately), Speed Fin brake booster, mounts for Draft Box 2 and Speed Box accessories (sold separately), 11-speed Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters, 11-speed Shimano Ultegra 8000-series front derailleur, Shimano Ultegra 8000-series Shadow-style rear derailleur, Shimano Ultegra 8000-series 50/34T compact crankset, Shimano Ultegra 8000-series 11-28T cassette, Shimano Ultegra chain, tubeless-ready Bontrager Aeolus Comp composite wheelset, 700x25c Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite tires, Bontrager integrated Speed Limit brake calipers, Bontrager Hilo Comp saddle, reversible Bontrager Speed Concept Race Lite alloy seat post, UCI-legal carbon fiber Bontrager base bar, carbon fiber aero bars, Bontrager Speed Concept direct-mount stem

Manufacturer Trek