Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) June 05, 2012
Palo Alto Bicycles, a Bay Area trek bikes and road bikes store that was established in 1930, is now featuring the 2013 Trek Domane. After weeks of speculation, Trek Bicycle unveiled the highly anticipated 2013 Domane, an all-new road racing platform that specifically addresses rider comfort, power transfer and stable handling over long courses with rough pavement, gravel and cobblestones.
"Domane is a high-performance race bike that offers unparalleled rider comfort while retaining amazing power transfer thanks in part to a unique technology called IsoSpeed, which creates vertical compliance that is twice that of the nearest competition without taking an ounce of power from the rider," Jeff Selzer of Palo Alto Bicycles said.
The unparalleled vertical compliance also increases rear-wheel traction over rough surfaces, ensuring that every pedal stroke contributes to greater forward acceleration instead of bouncing off of cobbles or potholes.
And Domane-specific power transfer construction results in bottom bracket stiffness that even exceeds the Madone, the Domane’s stage-racing complement.
In addition to the sale of bicycles, such as 29er mountain bikes, Palo Alto Bicycle is a cycling resource that offers cycling clothing, rapha clothing, Oakley sunglasses, accessories and a variety of repair and bicycle services.
For questions about the 2013 Trek Domane or any of Palo Alto Bicycles’ other products or services, call 650-328-7411, view the shop on the Web at http://www.paloaltobicycles.com or visit 171 University Ave. in Palo Alto.
About Palo Alto Bicycles
Palo Alto Bicycles was established in 1930. In 1973, the store moved to its current location in downtown Palo Alto. The Palo Alto Bicycles catalog, published from 1975 to 1989, helped to redefine cycling as a popular activity in the U.S., and the store has received many awards as a top American retailer. Palo Alto Bicycles’ concept store opened in August 1998.
The knowledgeable, friendly staff of Palo Alto Bicycles looks forward to welcoming everyone to their store, as it has since 1930.