Here at Garys Cycles we are one of the main stockist of Trek Ladies Road bikes in Ireland and Connacht. We have all models available Madone, Domane, Emonda, Lexa and Slique.
We are also a certified Trek Project One dealer, so if you want a custom Trek we have you covered.
Please see our Trek range below, if you have any question please feel free to ring either Ciaran or Gary on (071) 913 8060 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Liv Avail Advanced 2020 FROM EPIC SOLO ADVENTURES TO GROUP ROAD RIDES, AVAIL ADVANCED IS LIGHT, COMFORTABLE AND ENGINEERED FOR FEMALE RIDERS. Responsive, energetic and determined, this bike makes long days in the saddle more comfortable than ever. The 3F geometry provides a smooth ride so you can experience the comfort and freedom to settle...
Yesterday saw Mitchelton-Scott rider Daryl Impey take the win. It was a day that didn't make any relevant changes to the overall standings. There was some criticism towards Alaphilippe and Thibaut Pinot by rival team leaders– Dan Martin, Jakob Fuglsang and Bauke Mollema – complained that they had been motorbike assisted during the crucial closing kilometers.
Normally today is the rest day, but this was pushed back till tomorrow. The riders have a nice 217,5 km spin from Saint-Flour > Albi. The route is not flat enough to be an certain sprint finish but not grueling enough to suggest the sprinters will be left behind by a fast breakaway.
Riders to Watch Lotto-Soudal will be determined, as Caleb Ewan has not yet won a stage. He is the only one of the big-name sprinters not to have done so. Elia Viviani, Peter Sagan and Dylan Groenewegen will all have their eye on becoming the first rider to pick up multiple stage wins in this Tour.
- Going to go with a Peter Sagan Win today.
Jersey wearers after stage 9 Yellow: Alaphilippe (DECEUNINCK - QUICK - STEP) Green: Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgroe) Polka-dot: Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal) White: GIULIO CICCONE (Trek Segafredo) ... See MoreSee Less