Mads Pedersen's unreleased new Trek, fresh from the finish line of the Critérium du Dauphiné

Mads Pedersen's new bike
Mads Pedersen's new bike (Image credit: Will Jones)

There are few tech days more frenetic than the first day of the Critérium du Dauphiné. Last year we saw two new bikes, which made for quite a busy day. This time around we've seen four - a new Canyon Aeroad, a new Pinarello Dogma F, a new Wilier all-rounder, and a new Trek Madone/Emonda

The last on this list didn't take long to rack up its first victory of the season under former world champion Mads Pedersen. 

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Will Jones
Tech Writer

Will joined the Cyclingnews team as a reviews writer in 2022, having previously written for Cyclist, BikeRadar and Advntr. There are very few types of cycling he's not dabbled in, and he has a particular affection for older bikes and long lasting components. Road riding was his first love, before graduating to racing CX in Yorkshire. He's been touring on a vintage tandem all the way through to fixed gear gravel riding and MTB too. When he's not out riding one of his many bikes he can usually be found in the garage tinkering with another of them, or getting obsessive about tyres. Also, as he doesn't use Zwift, he's our go-to guy for bad weather testing... bless him.

Rides: Custom Zetland Audax, Bowman Palace:R, Peugeot Grand Tourisme Tandem, Falcon Explorer Tracklocross, Fairlight Secan & Strael