'I was tired of the boneshaking, so opted for something more comfortable'
Matt changed to a Trek Domane SLR after having his bones and teeth shaken up by his Pinarello Dogma F12, he needed something more comfortable, yet still fast for the endurance rides he is doing.
Are we allowed to say The Big Boss is crazy, we'll let you decide - he's opted to do the Majorca 312, for fun! All the comfort required. The question is, does Matt stick to the super comfy Domane for the 312, or does he swap to something lighter... 5000m of climbing is a lot.
'I spent all of last summer on a Dogma F12 Ineos edition, an amazing bike, super stiff and fast. It loved Richmond Park laps, but longer rides out to the Surrey hills could get a bit draining on the boneshaking and my teeth were starting to loosen. I had the North to Midlands three-day climbing ride coming up, so decided to opt for something with a bit more comfort - my Trek Domane SLR, great tech, super comfy with its IsoSpeed and T47 BB, internal storage, a little on the heavier side but an awesome custom paint job.
I had it painted by Addicted Bikes and Ride Wrapped to protect the colour.'
Sram Red AXS (paddle shift is a game changer)
Hunt Aerodynamisist Wheels - Road
Parcour Alta 605b - Off-road
Aelous RSL VR Bars
Trek Domane Carbon Seatpost
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