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While most of the South Island paid little attention to the recently announced routes of the 2016 Giro d’Italia and Tour de France, Saanich cyclist Jordan Landolt did the same. Words by 

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Industry Insider: Graham Watson

Jenny Binkowski

You’ve seen the photos. Riders throwing their hands in the air as they cross the finish line. The dust covered peloton crushing the cobbles of Roubaix. But have you ever wondered who’s 

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Second Sundays

The flight from Paris had been cancelled because the winds were too strong to land in Florence. For any other group, this may have been a foreboding sign. But for the Trek 

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Guest Story: Tour de France

“Before Kent and I left on our Trek Travel Tour De France adventure, I had coworkers ask me if I was traveling for fun or if I was riding my bike. For 

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Industry Insider: Emily Maye

Jenny Binkowski

In the years since her first assignment at the 2011 Tour of California, Emily Maye has made a name for herself photographing the pain and glory of professional cycling. By capturing the 

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The Best of Alpe d’Huez

Jenny Binkowski

Fenway Park. Wimbledon. Augusta National. Churchill Downs. The time honored traditions held at these iconic venues are some of the most famous in sport. And not to be left off this list 

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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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Industry Insider: Katie Compton

Jenny Binkowski

Meet Katie Compton, known to her fans as KFC. Trust us, the “F” isn’t for Francis. Compton earned her middle initial the hard way, powering through nine grueling seasons of cold, muddy 

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Meet Our Team: Jordan Sher

Jordan Sher

Writing about cycling vacations in the world’s premier travel destinations involves taking the reader away from their desk and transporting them to a winding road under the Tuscan sun. It means recounting 

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La Gazzetta dello Sport

Trek Travel

Perhaps the greatest thing about guiding bicycle trips that interact with big races and follow Grand Tours is the opportunity to travel off the beaten path. We venture to parts of the 

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Industry Insider: Tim Vanderjeugd

Jenny Binkowski

As the public relations and media manager for Trek Factory Racing, Tim Vanderjeugd is essentially the eyes and ears of the team at races. He is the director of communications, the team’s 

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The Roubaix Showers

Jenny Binkowski

Following a massive week of riding the routes of the Spring Classics, two rockstar Trek Travel guides had a surprise prepared for their guests. After riding the Paris-Roubaix course, Jason and Amy 

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The Easiest Way To Conquer Roubaix

Trek Travel

They call it the ‘Hell of the North’. The 27 pavé sectors of Paris Roubaix cause riders more pain in one day than many experience in a lifetime of sport. Cobblestones seize 

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Industry Insider: Fabian Cancellara

Jenny Binkowski

You know him as the man who dominates cycling’s Spring Classics. What you don’t know is that his passions extend far beyond bike racing. We sat down with cycling’s most stylish man, 

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In Focus: Strade Bianche

Jenny Binkowski

Last Saturday, pros pounded down the white gravel roads of Tuscany as they made their way to the Piazza del Campo in Siena. In his first appearance at the race, Zdenek Stybar 

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In Focus: America’s Grand Tour

Jenny Binkowski

This week ‘In Focus’ we’re throwing it back to the 2010 Amgen Tour of California. The fifth anniversary of the race held lots of excitement for our guides and guests as Australian 

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The Man Behind The Plan

Sean Peotter

Our Global Logistics Manager, Sean Peotter, maintains a fleet of hundreds of bikes and thousands of spare parts divvied up among support units and warehouses all over the world. On top of 

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Industry Insider: Ken Sommer

Meagan Coates

Ken Sommer was a founding member of the LEOPARD-TREK cycling team and as marketing director he built the biggest team brand in professional cycling – on and offline. Ken holds a Masters 

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In Focus: “Schleck Travel”

Trek Travel

We are excited to announce that Andy Schleck will be joining us on a handful of cycling vacations in 2015. Join us in welcoming Andy to the Trek Travel team! We already 

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Industry Insider: Jordan Roessingh

Jenny Binkowski

Meet Jordan Roessingh, technical director for the Trek Factory Racing team. While talented riders put on a show, men and women like Jordan are behind the scenes making it happen. Tell us 

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A Six-Month Experiment

Mark Thomsen

Trek Travel guide Jordan Landolt is an athlete through and through. As if ‘professional hockey player’ wasn’t accomplishment enough, he can now add Canadian Provincial Champion to the list. In his own 

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As the clock strikes noon on the final day of the Tour de France, July 27, 2014, twenty teams of six riders will race around the Champs-Elysees circuit a total of thirteen 

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That’s A Wrap! The 2014 Cobbled Classics

Jenny Binkowski

With Liège-Bastogne-Liège in the books, the 2014 spring classics are now over. Although there is a lot of fun still to be had this season, we wanted to take a moment to 

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Anticipating the 2014 Tour de France

Jenny Binkowski

In just 93 days the 2014 Tour de France will kick off in the English city of Leeds for what is sure to be another thrilling three weeks of racing on the 

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Erin Berard, our Race Trip and Hospitality Manager, walks us through a very successful Trek Factory Racing team launch event. As Trek Factory Racing’s Official Hospitality Partner, Trek Travel was in Belgium 

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A historic re-enactment. Scene: France Circa 1910 Alphonse Steinès: Hey, Henri Desgrange, how about adding some REAL mountains to this Tour de France you’re organizing? Henri Desgrange: Mais, non. Steinès: Tell you 

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Tour de France 2014 Route Unveiled Yesterday in Paris! What better time than now to start planning your next summer cycling vacation to the Tour de France with Trek Travel? Whether you 

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Why the Giro d’Italia? It’s more about the saddle than you think…. Imagine the ride of rides where every pedal stroke is a medal of honor and your heart beats to the 

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Sine Waves in France at the 2010 Tour

Trek Travel

This post originally appeared on Groucho Sports on July 3rd, written by Trek Travel guide Jon Vick. Seeing the Tour is over and we are all going through various states of withdrawl, I 

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Announcement Day today as I with so many other race fans wait to finally learn the routes and towns chosen to host the Tour de France 2012. Notwithstanding a “leak” a week 

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