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The Domane Koppenberg is similar to the Domane Classics in that it features a much lower and more aggressive front end than the standard Domane. Whereas the Domane Classics uses a longer and more stable geometry derived from the inline Domane to better tackle the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix, though, the Domane Koppenberg is quicker, steeper, and more agile thanks to geometry borrowed entirely from Trek's latest Emonda range – which itself is a very close cousin to the long-running Madone.
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Funny they thought Cancellara's bike was the Domane Classic this whole time!
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