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Why I Ride: Michele Joslyn

My earliest memory of riding a bike was pedaling my younger brother around on the back of my trike somewhere around the age of 3. I look back at pictures of us 

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From 0 to 100

My name is Sharon Roper from Taylorsville, Utah. Trek Travel asked me if I would be willing to write a blog about my experience leading up to and including the California Wine 

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Benefits of Using a Travel Agent

Lindsay Juley

I was a travel agent for six years prior to working for Trek Travel, so I am undeniably biased when it comes to discussing the benefits of booking through a travel expert. 

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Travel Tips: European Trains

Lindsay Juley

Your first time traveling by train can be nerve-wracking. The bustling stations, indiscernible platforms, convoluted schedule, and absent signage can be intimidating. Add to that a foreign language and you might as 

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FAQs: Global Entry

Jenny Binkowski

Have you ever been stuck in a full maze at security and wished you could skip the line? Or maybe you’ve missed a connection because it took too long to get through 

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What TDF means to Trek Travel

Sarah Makoski

As traveling staff members schedule their out-of-office replies and guests call in to finalize their trips to the Tour de France, I sit here wanting to go with. Then I realize I 

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10 Tips to Pack like the Pros

Lindsay Juley

One of the most popular questions guests ask in preparation for their cycling vacation is, “What should I pack?” And while we do have a general packing list available, I have compiled 

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How to Eat On and Off the Bike

Jenny Binkowski

Published by Clif Bar as part of their “Eat Like an Athlete” series, this infographic shows you how opposites attract to create a balanced nutrition plan for endurance athletes.  

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5 Essential Pieces of Luggage for Every Traveler

Jenny Binkowski

Whether you’re booked on a weeklong luxury cycling vacation in Europe or embarking on a self-guided South American excursion, having the right luggage is essential to successful travel. It must be light. 

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Quick and Effective Workouts for Travel

Jessica Singerman

As guides, we spend a lot of time on the road, and it’s unfortunately not always on a bike. Long hours of travel and big days preparing our trips mean that we 

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Trek Bikes: Welcome To The Paincave

Jenny Binkowski

At a certain time of year in Wisconsin, riding outside becomes more dangerous than beneficial. Iced-over roads and the ever-present threat of sketchy weather still even the hardiest souls. But the urge 

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Top 10 Favorite Travel Apps

Trek Travel

1. Duolingo Speaking the local language is crucial to running an excellent trip, but that can be difficult when you run trips in 12 countries. Whether brushing up your skills or starting from 

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The Art of Finding a Great Hotel

Meagan Coates

The difficulty of finding a great hotel, one that meets everyone’s needs, is a pain that all travelers have felt. Yet our trip design manager, Meagan, tells us that booking the perfect 

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Expert travel agent and airline aficionado Lindsay Juley is here to help you prepare for your next vacation. Follow her top seven tips and tricks to help ensure that your next vacation 

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