Edward Theuns 2020 Trek Madone’s size

The 183cm tall Belgian pro road racer is racing the 2020 season for the Team Trek-Segafredo on a Trek Madone SLR Disc.

Edward is a fast sprinter type of racer and able to beat other famous sprinters on the finish line as he proved on the 2019 Primus Classic.

The Trek-Segafredo team uses two road bikes, the Trek Emonda designed for the hills and mountains specialist riders and the Madone SLR for the powerful sprinting riders.

On this page you will find informations specific to Edward Theuns’s 2020 frame size and geometry, this post is for bike nerds but anybody is welcome to read and comments.

  • Edward Theuns is 183cm tall.
  • He rides on a size 58cm Trek Madone SLR Disc Carbon frame
  • His stem length is 110mm
  • The handlebar is 420mm width
  • He uses a 175mm SRAM Crank arms length
  • Trek recommends the Madone SLR size 58cm to riders that are 179~186cm tall with an 84~87cm inseam.

Trek Madone SLR 2020 Size 58 sketch
Edward Theuns 58cm Trek Madone SLR Disc 2020

The whole team Trek-Segafredo is racing on hydraulic Disc Brakes for the season 2020. The thru axle standard is the most observed among the peloton with front axle of 10x100mm and rear axle 10x142mm type. This facilitate the wheel swap among team riders or from the Neutral support car.

The tubular tires are provided by Pirelli and will be mainly of 700×25 size with bigger section to be expected on cobblestones stages.

The wheels used by the Trek-Segafredo sprinting specialist and their sprint draft leads “Domestiques” are mainly the Aeolus XXXX 6 tubular type which are 60mm carbon rims type.

The most exotic parts of the Trek-Segafredo team bikes is the Sram Red eTap AXS groupset. It is the most advanced technologically among the three road bikes groupsets on the market; the two other being Shimano and Campagnolo.

The Red eTap AXS is wireless electronic 12 speed shifting which is lightweight and reliable.
The gearing is particularly unique as the Edward races with a 10-28T cassette and 54/41T chainrings set up for fast stages. The set up will be adjusted for mountain stages to 10-33T cassette and 50/37T chainrings.

Edward races with a 175mm crankset length equipped with the Quarq Powermeter.

The 58cm Madone SLR Disc 2020 frame is a “Aero Road Bike” designed with profiled frame and fork tube to decrease drag while delivering all the powerful strokes of Edward to the rear wheel efficiently.

The 58cm Trek Madone SLR 2020 frame geometry is with a wheelbase of 992mm, 73 degrees seat tube angle and 73.8 degrees head tube angle, 574mm Top tube (Effective center-Center), 553mm Seat Tube length (Center-Center virtual top tube horizontal line), 40mm fork rake.

Frameset: Trek Madone SLR Disc, Ultralight 700 series OCLV Carbon, Tapered head tube, Size 58cm, Direct mount disc brakes,
Front brake: SRAM Red HRD 160mm with SwissStop brake pads
Rear brake: SRAM Red HRD 140mm with SwissStop brake pads
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
Chain: SRAM RED
Crankset: SRAM Red AXS with Quark 2×12 SRM, 54/41t 175mm length
Bottom bracket: Cane Creek BB90 type
Wheelset: Bontrager Aeolus XXX 6 Tubular Disc 60mm heigh
Tyres: Pirelli Tubulars P-Zero Velo 25c
Handlebars: Bontrager XXX Integrated 420mm width
Handlebar tape: Bontrager Gel Cork
Stem: Bontrager XXX Integrated 110mm length, -7 degree
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100
Saddle: Bontrager Aeolus Pro
Seat post: Trek Madone Seat Mast
Bottle cages: Bontrager XXX Water Bottle Cage
Computer: Garmin Edge 830
Weight: 7.15kg

Please let me know if you spot anything that needs to be updated or corrected as I strive to be accurate as possible.

Thank you Edward Theuns for the tips on your bike size!

4 thoughts on “Edward Theuns 2020 Trek Madone’s size

  • Hi

    Thank you for an excellent site. I have a question and are curious how you get hold of the exact measurement? For instance the saddle height? Do you check with the rider himself?

    Regards Patrik

    • Hi Patrick, thank you for your encouraging message. I gather as much infos from the rider especially saddle height. The remaining like frame size and parts I get it either from the sponsors directly or by reverse engineering when nothing is available. For Edward Then it is the man himself who provided his bike set up and I am grateful for it.

  • Ok, thank you for your reply. 🙂 Keep up the good work. (As I am quite a nerd regarding bike setup and measurement).

    Regards Patrik

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