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Trek’s updated Emonda gets aero to climb faster

US brand Trek has launched the latest version of its lightweight Emonda marque, improving its climbing credentials by focusing on aerodynamics rather than weight. Using the gradients of Alpe d’Huez as a benchmark, its subtle aero features aim to save watts at lower speeds.

The Emonda was launched in 2014; the top-level SLR 10 tipped the scales at a paltry 4.6kg, with a size 56 frame weighing 690g.

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