2023 Trek Checkpoint SLR 7 eTap Gravel Bike

£8,900.00

Save with Cycle to Work

At Cycles UK we accept all major cycle to work scheme vouchers online and instore. Just enter your certificate details during checkout. 

The 2023 Trek Checkpoint SLR 7 is a carbon gravel bike that's built for crushing the world's greatest gravel races. The lightweight 700 Series OCLV Carbon frame has gravel-smoothing IsoSpeed and a nimble-yet-stable progressive geometry. Plus, a smart and smooth SRAM wireless electronic drivetrain with power meter for blazing-fast shifts and extra mounts for gear and accessories. This bike a true gravel-grinding powerhouse.

You have big dreams for the likes of The Mid-South, Belgian Waffle Rides and Unbound Gravel, and know you'll need the most dialled gravel bike for these epic adventures. You want our most advanced Checkpoint frame, one that's made specifically for gravel racing.

A 700 Series OCLV Carbon frame with IsoSpeed and carbon armour, a progressive geometry that's stable at speed and efficient when you're grinding up a climb, internal storage, hidden cables that won't interfere with bags and an integrated frame bag and mudguard mounts. Plus, a carbon fork, 2x12 SRAM Force eTap AXS wireless electronic drivetrain with a wide-range cassette and Bontrager Aeolus Pro 3V OCLV Carbon wheels with wide 700x40c gravel tyres that provide extra traction and stability. Fits up to 45 c tyres.

Our best Checkpoint frame is designed and built for performance and comfort during gruelling gravel races. It's ultra light, fast and comes with premium parts like an advanced wireless electronic drivetrain and carbon wheels.

- The SRAM Force eTap AXS drivetrain is smart, smooth and completely wireless

- The IsoSpeed decoupler soaks up fatiguing bumps without bouncing you around

- All-new progressive geometry is quick and nimble yet keeps you stable and in control on fast, choppy descents

- A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear

- Integrated frame bag mounts and mudguard mounts make it easy to carry gear and water


Gravel Bike Buying Guide

Gravel bikes have exploded in popularity over the last few years. There are now dozens of gravel bike events around the UK and a growing number of long distance cycling routes designed with gravel bikes in mind. In this gravel bike buying guide we’ll take you through the main things to consider when picking a gravel bike.

What’s the appeal of a gravel bike?

The main appeal of gravel bikes is versatility,. You can use them on normal roads but they’ll also work great on forest roads, old railway lines and farm tracks. So you can go for a ride off-road, avoiding cars and traffic, but link it with sections of tarmac as well. Of course you can do this on a mountain bike but a gravel bike will generally be faster and lighter. This also means you can cover some big distances when touring. A lot of gravel bike riders are road cyclists who want to get away from traffic.

As gravel bikes often get used for touring and bikepacking most will come with mounting points for bags. This luggage capacity combined with speed, and ability to handle mixed surfaces, means that gravel bikes are also extremely popular for commuting on.


Read our full gravel bike buying guide

Are Gravel Bikes Good for Commuting?

Gravel bikes are very popular for commuting. We sell lots of them on the cycle to work scheme. One of our biggest stores for gravel bike sales is our Greenwich shop in London. They're mainly selling them for commuting around central London on. We’re going to run you through the pros and cons of commuting on a gravel bike and answer the question ‘are gravel bikes good for commuting?’

The Pros of Commuting on a Gravel Bike

Gravel bikes are fast, nearly as quick as a standard road bike. They are certainly quicker on the road than most mountain bikes and many hybrids. That means you can get to work, and home, in the shortest time possible. But what makes gravel bikes so good for commuting is that they are extremely versatile. They can be ridden on tarmac, cycle paths, old railway lines, canal towpaths, and even off-road trails. So, it’s easy to mix it up on your commute and avoid traffic.

Another big advantage of commuting on a gravel bike is that they're generally more comfortable than road bikes. This is because they have wider tyres and longer wheelbases, which results in a smoother and more stable ride. So you don’t get bounced around as much on rough roads. Most gravel bikes have a fairly upright riding position which makes it easier to see what’s going on in traffic. The combination of stable handling and the comfortable riding position is a massive confidence boost for the rider, especially on wet roads.


Read more about the pros and cons of gravel bikes for commuting

Price Match at Cycles uk

We understand that price is important, so we regularly price-check our competitors to make sure we have the best offers available. We recognise that we will not always be the cheapest, so if you see the same product cheaper from any of our competitors then please get in touch via the form below and we will do our best to match any reasonable advertised price.

Trek made their first bikes in 1976 in a barn in Wisconsin. Now they’re one of the biggest bike brands in the world. Trek bikes cover everything from professional-level road and mountain bike race bikes to commuters, hybrids and kids bikes. There is a strong heritage of racing at Trek and many Trek bikes have a strong race influence. They take a very scientific approach to researching bike and human performance and then make the fastest and most efficient bikes they can.

It doesn’t stop their attention and passion for cycling flows through everything they do. Since the 1990s, Trek has supported Places for Bikes. Places for Bikes is an advocacy organisation in the USA that gets more people on bikes more often! Places for Bikes ethos falls in line with the companies mission statement to:

Build only products we love. Provide incredible hospitality to our customers, and change the world by getting more people on bikes.

Frame Size 56, UNI, Carbon, 700 Series OCLV Carbon, IsoSpeed, downtube storage door, internal routing, Ride Tuned seat mast, chain keeper, T47 BB, mudguard mounts, integrated frame bag mounts, flat-mount disc, 142x12 mm thru axle
Wheel Size Front 28
Wheel Size Rear 28
Fork Checkpoint carbon, tapered carbon steerer, mudguard mounts, flat-mount disc, 12x100 mm thru axle
Fork Unknown
Gears DERAILLEUR, SRAM, Sram, 1 Gears
Tyres BONTRAGER, Bontrager
Tyres UNKNOWN, Unknown
Tyres BONTRAGER, Bontrager
Shifters SRAM, SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12-speed // SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12-speed,
Kickstand UNKNOWN, Unknown
Front Brake SH, SRAM, SRAM Force hydraulic disc SRAM CenterLine X, CenterLock, round edge, 160 mm Max brake rotor size, Sram, Disc brake with hydraulic actuation
Rear Brake SH, SRAM, SRAM Force hydraulic disc SRAM CenterLine X, CenterLock, round edge, 160 mm Max brake rotor size, Sram, Disc brake with hydraulic actuation
Rear Derailleur SRAM
Crankset SRAM
Chain SRAM
Handlebar BONTRAGER
Stem BONTRAGER
Seatpost BONTRAGER
Saddle BONTRAGER
Front Light UNKNOWN
Rear Light UNKNOWN
Colours ERA WHITE/EMERALD IRIS, MARIGOLD/NAUTICAL NAVY, MATTE DEEP SMOKE/GLOSS OLIVE GREY, RADIOACTIVE CORAL
Sizes 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61
Brand Trek
Model Year 2023
Barcodes 601842608036, 601842608043, 601842608050, 601842608067, 601842608074, 601842608081, 601842608098, 601842608104, 601842608111, 601842608128, 601842608135, 601842608142, 601842608159, 601842608166, 601842608173, 601842608180, 601842608197, 601842608203, 601842647226, 601842647233, 601842647240, 601842647257, 601842647264, 601842647271
SKUs / Part Numbers 5262649, 5262650, 5262651, 5262652, 5262653, 5262654, 5262655, 5262656, 5262657, 5262658, 5262659, 5262660, 5262661, 5262662, 5262663, 5262664, 5262665, 5262666, 5265285, 5265286, 5265287, 5265288, 5265289, 5265290

Please note: Manufacturers can sometimes change the specification of the products from time to time.

Why buy from Cycles UK?

You May Also Like