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    Trek Riders looking for opinions

    Im changing out my Cervelo R5 and considering a Trek Emonda SLR9 H1 fit and looking for feed back. Group set will be Dura Ace Di2. Im looking for speed and response. Anyone had issues with the sporty, sometimes lose handling, or fatigue on longer rides?

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    Can't speak to the handling, however fatigue on longer rides is more about the rider and his/her compatibility with a frame and their fitness than something that is unique to a frame IMHO. H1 fit is aggressive - but it would work well for many, not me. H2 I would be comfortable with I'm pretty sure.
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    OP, in addition to posting your question on the General Discussion and Bikes and Frames section, there's a Trek specific section further down the page you missed.

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    Thank you good info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retro Grouch View Post
    OP, in addition to posting your question on the General Discussion and Bikes and Frames section, there's a Trek specific section further down the page you missed.
    So now he's cross-posted in 3 forums? The mods will just LOVE that.......
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    Im sorry to have posted in multiple forums and disrupted the tranquility of the forum Ive contacted the admin and requested my post(s) be removed, Im sorry I was unaware I was creating a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Time Toulouse View Post
    So now he's cross-posted in 3 forums? The mods will just LOVE that.......
    Meh, its ok. FWIW I prefer the Madone to Emonda if you are an H1 fit sort of guy. The aero + ISOspeed is fantastic.
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    I ride H1 trek bikes. They are awesome. If you want it, get it. Ride what you want. Just think, if you don't get the stem low (doesn't have to be low), then is the H1 really worth it?

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