Trek-Segafredo has the same opportunity to customise its bikes as Trek’s consumers. The stock team bikes are red but occasionally riders will race on a Project One model Domane, Emonda, or in this case, Madone. Australian champion Jack Bobridge was been seen racing on this green and yellow (or rather, green and gold) Madone at the start of the season. He has since reverted to the trusty ‘viper red’ team colour but his component selection remains the same – Shimano and Bontrager (with Veloflex tyres).

The team has a unique opportunity to ride on a complete suite of products from one manufacturer. Trek’s parts and apparel brand, Bontrager supplies the wheels, saddle and bar tape. Specific Trek ‘Madone’ bars, seat mast and brakes are all necessary to form a sleek and aero package.

If a custom bike appeals to you, but cutting edge technology is also important, take a look at Trek’s Project One bike builder to see what is possible.

Click the photo below to begin the slideshow of 41 photos of Trek-Segafredo’s team bike.

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An inside look at Trek

Custom colours for Trek-Segafredo team bikes

• Bike test 01: RIDE 70 – Trek Madone 9.9

Building the Trek Madone 9.9

Trek’s Project One: would you like colour with that? (2014)

Adelaide Crows: a special project for Trek’s Project One (2015)

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 2015 TFR team bike (below)


2014 TFR team bike (below)

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2013 Radioshack team bike (below) Trek_Radioshack