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 170mm 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

The interesting fact about Richie’s Trek Emonda bike size is that he is racing on a frame that is 2 sizes smaller than what Trek’s recommend on its website.

The Trek Emonda in size 50 cm is recommended for rider that measure between 157 and 164cm. Richie being 172cm tall (or short depending how you look at it) rider he “should” be riding a 54 cm Trek Emonda frame size according to Trek.

Obviously there are few possible reasons he is riding such a small frame but he is definitely seems to be okay with this set up.

The Bontrager XXX integrated stem is 100mm and the handlebar is 400mm width. The Crankset length is 172.5mm 170mm confirmed. The saddle is 675mm high (measured from BB center to saddle center) which is almost the maximum extension possible for this frame design. Trek Emonda Disc 2020 size 50 size sketch

The 50cm Emonda Disc 2020 frame is designed with a wheelbase of almost 974mm, 74.6 degree seat tube angle and 72.1 degrees head tube angle, 520mm Top tube (center-Center), 476mm Seat Tube length (Center-Top), The seat post maximum height is 680mm 45mm fork rake.

Frameset: Trek Emonda Disc, Ultralight 500 series OCLV Carbon, Tapered head tube, Size 50cm, Direct mount disc brakes,
Front brake: SRAM Red HRD 160mm
Rear brake: SRAM Red HRD 140mm
Brake/shift levers: SRAM Red eTap AXS
Front derailleur: SRAM Red eTap AXS
Rear derailleur: SRAM Red eTap AXS
Cassette: SRAM RED XG 1290 10-28T 12 speed
Crankset: SRAM Red AXS with Qark 2×12 SRM, 54/41t 170mm length
Bottom bracket: Cane Creek BB90 type
Wheelset: Bontrager Aeolus XXX 4 Tubular Disc 47mm heigh
Tyres: Pirelli Tubulars P-Zero Velo 25c
Handlebars: Bontrager XXX Integrated 400mm width
Handlebar tape: Bontrager Gel Cork
Stem: Bontrager XXX Integrated 10mm length, -7 degree
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100
Saddle: Bontrager Aeolus Pro
Seat post: Trek Madone Seat Mast 135mm/20mm setback
Bottle cages: Bontrager XXX Water Bottle Cage
Computer: Garmin Edge 830
Weight: 7.05kg

Please let me know your thoughts.

4 thoughts on “Richie Porte’s 2020 Trek Emonda Disc

    • Hi, thank you for pointing out my typo. I have corrected the typos. However I am preparing a new post dedicated to Richie Porte’s 2021 Emonda as fitting evolved. He is on a 130mm 100mm stem now. New post needed. Cheers

  • HI, great presentation, just wondering the crank length is listed in the first list as 170mm and further down the page it is 172.5mm. I though Richie Porte use a 170mm crank. Please confirm, thank-you

    • Hi Steve, Thank you very much for the encouraging comment and for pointing out my typo mistake. Richie Porte is racing with 170mm crank length indeed. I will correct accordingly. Cheers!

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