Trek's Madone 9.2 strikes the ideal blend of aerodynamics, weight, technology, performance and ride feel. Built using Trek's exclusive defense-grade OCLV Carbon, the ultralight frame boasts Trek's aerodynamic KVF tubes that smooth airflow from tip to tail for maximum energy savings and free speed. The Madone also features a stiff BB90 bottom bracket for optimal power transmission, a tapered head tube so you slice through corners with pinpoint precision, and an integrated seatmast for outstanding compliance. Add the 11-speed Ultegra drievtrain, the carbon bar/stem combo and integrated aero brakes, and you have one ideally blended, race-ready machine.
I have owned 5 Treks within the past 3 years. 2 Maddens, one Factory Racing, and a P1 trip color cutie which I still have and last (best of all) the new Series 9.2 with DI-2 (which I had the Trek dealer transfer to the new bike from my Trek Factory Racing "Maserati." The bike rides like a dream. It is quick, responsive, and has (of course) the ISO system which gives a little forgiveness to the bumps, potholes and the other garbage we all encounter on the road. I am considered a upper intermediate rider putting in around 170 to 200 miles a week with around 3 centuries a year. It is not only an "eye catcher" with it stealthy look but it rides what I call "bright' quick and still gives some road relief from the bumps of the road.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend