Richie Porte’s 2020 Trek Emonda Disc

Richie Porte races the 2020 World Tour season for the team Trek Segafredo on a Trek Emonda for most of races.

In this post you’ll find all details of Richie’s 2020 racing bike including size and specifications.

The Tasman rider is a General Classification and climbing type of riding candidate. For these reasons he is racing on Trek’s lightest frame designed to climb Cols faster.

  • Richie Porte is 172cm tall
  • He rides a 50cm size Trek Emonda SLR 9 Disc 2020 carbon bike
  • The crankset is 172.5mm length
  • The Sram etap gear set up is 54/41T x 10/28 12 speed
  • The Bontrager XXX stem is 100mm length
  • The Bontrager XXX handlebar width is 40cm

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Caleb Ewan’s Ridley Noah Fast Disc 2020 Bike Size

The trend among the World Tour peloton is most teams will race the full season on disc brake bikes, leaving the good old rim brakes.

Caleb Ewan is racing on disc brakes type Ridley Noah Fast size XS (51cm) for the 2020 season. It is the same size as last year except for the fork rake.

Ridley Noah Fast Size XS sketch

The disc brake version is approximately 500gr heavier than the rim brake version due to the extra weight of the disc rotors and brake calipers.

The frame features Ridley’s “F-Tubing” which are teardrop shaped main tubes to optimize aerodynamics.

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Roglic Bianchi Oltre XR4 2019

Primoz Roglic is having a fantastic racing season 2019 among his Team Jumbo-Visma and on his Bianchi bike.

Each rider of the team has a total of four Bianchi bikes among which is the Oltre XR4 available in Disc brakes and rim brakes version.

The team seems to prefer the rim brakes for most races, the disc version being used on rainy days.

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