Trek Boone 7 Disc review

Trek's lightweight, dust-busting Boone 7 Disc cyclo-cross bike might be an out-and-out closed-circuit racing bike but it can also traverse the odd gravel trail when needed

Trek Boone 7 Disc
(Image: © Laura Weislo)

Cyclingnews Verdict

A closed-circuit precision tool that can be used for the odd gravel adventure


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    Responsive geometry

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    Smooth-riding frame with top of the line components at a better price point than competitors’ models that typically have lower end components

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    Lightweight off the rack at 8kg


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    275lb weight limit

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    Tyres puncture easily

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    Doesn't come set up as tubeless

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The 2020 Boone 7 Disc is the top of the line when it comes to Trek's cyclo-cross offerings – the lightest, most blinged-out bike in the range, it's the best cyclo-cross bike currently on offer from the American brand. 

Based around ultra-lightweight 600 Series OCLV full carbon frameset, the Boone 7 Disc has all the features of the best road bikes along with some more 'cross-specific tweaks including front and rear IsoSpeed suspension to smooth out the ride, tubeless-ready Bontrager Paradigm Elite 25 TLR Disc wheels to accommodate wider tyres, and SRAM's Force eTap AXS 1x12 groupset.

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