US-based WorldTour team Trek Factory Racing have unveiled the Domane 6 Series road bike that their Spring Classics’ team will race on during the upcoming 2015 season. The team has moved away from this year’s primarily black paint job and will sport a much more standout viper red.
The Spring Classics team is led by Fabian Cancellara, who is currently riding the viper red Domane 6 Series at Trek Factory Racing's pre-season training camp. However, Cancellara's bike will come with a new design to follow.
The Swiss rider is one of the most consistent podium finishers in the biggest one-day races, including three wins apiece at Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders, and a win at Milan-San Remo. The Domane 6 will be the bike Cancellara rides in his bid for success in many of the cobbled Classics next season, and it may come with a special paint job for select races.
This year, Cancellara won his third Tour of Flanders but failed to reach the top step of the podium in Milan-San Reno, where he took second to Katusha’s Alexander Kristoff, and Paris-Roubaix, where he was third behind Omega Pharma-Quick Step’s Niki Terpstra and Giant-Shimano’s John Degenkolb.
If his 2015 season remains much the same as it was this year, he will be on the start line with his Trek Domane 6 Series prepared to fight for the wins during many of the big one-day races and Monuments.
The Trek Factory Racing squad will use sponsored Trek Domane 6 Series, Émonda SLR and Madone 7 Series. All three models will be painted in viper red.
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Kirsten Frattini has been involved in bike racing from the grassroots level all the way to the World Cup. She is an honours graduate of Kinesiology and Health Science from York University in Toronto, Canada. Kirsten has worked in both print and digital publishing. She started with Cyclingnews as a North American Correspondent in 2006, and was responsible for reporting from the US and Canadian racing scene. Now as a Production Editor, she produces international race coverage for all cycling disciplines, edits global news and writes features.
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