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Whether you ride for the breeze, the fitness, the transportation or the suffering of it all, Trek Travel has a trip that fits your lifestyle. Riding at your comfort level starts with finding your comfort level. Find yours below.

Leisure Rider Type

1  |  LEISURE

MY FITNESS LEVEL…
I’m relatively fit and am comfortable with hills that are less than half a mile in length. I want to ride on my vacation, but not every day.

I ENJOY…
Slight inclines, but like it to be mostly flat. I also don’t mind hopping in the support van when I’ve ridden enough.

MY AVERAGE DAY ON THE BIKE…
Around 1-2 hours of riding each day. I can ride about 15 miles, and up to 35 miles on a long day.

I’M COMFORTABLE CLIMBING…
Shorter climbs and small hills. Less is ok with me. About 750 feet of climbing.

FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE TRIPS…
My fitness level: I am comfortable on 1-3 hour rides at an easy pace, of 6-12 miles in length with manageable short climbs throughout. I exercise about one day a week.

My skill level: I have some experience riding a mountain bike and can easily control speed and direction on pavement, double-track roads and some smooth singletrack.

See Level 1 trips:

Leisure


Recreational Rider Type

2  |  RECREATIONAL

MY FITNESS LEVEL…
I ride my bike on a regular basis either for fitness, to commute to work, or just for fun. I enjoy an active lifestyle with an occasional physical challenge.

I ENJOY…
Rolling terrain with some bigger hills that are challenging. I feel great after reaching the top.

MY AVERAGE DAY ON THE BIKE…
Around 2-3 hours of riding each day. I can ride about 30 miles, and up to 50 miles on a long day.

I’M COMFORTABLE CLIMBING…
Steep rollers and short mountains, but with a few breaks in between. About 2,000 feet of climbing.

FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE TRIPS…
My fitness level: I am comfortable on 3-5 hour rides at a moderate pace, of 8-14 miles in length with a few short anaerobic climbs throughout. I get out for exercise about 3 days a week.

My skill level: I have some experience riding trails or off road terrain and have been mountain biking for at least one year. I can control my bike speed and direction on smooth trails and moderately uneven terrain, but often walk my bike when things get rocky or rooty.

See Level 2 trips:

Recreational


Active Rider Type

3  |  ACTIVE

MY FITNESS LEVEL…
Fitness is central to my life. I ride my bike regularly on a weekly basis and am comfortable with rides of 2 hours or more at a relatively strong pace.

I ENJOY…
All terrain, with hills and some moderate mountain passes that I can brag about. I like getting some speed on moderate descents.

MY AVERAGE DAY ON THE BIKE…
Around 3-4 hours of riding. I can ride about 45 miles, and up to 70 miles on a long day.

I’M COMFORTABLE CLIMBING…
Hills, mountains, and everything in between. Around 3,500 feet of climbing, to 7,000 feet on a hard day.

FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE TRIPS…
My fitness level: I am comfortable on 4-7 hour rides at a moderate pace, of 12-18 miles in length with numerous technical climbs and descents throughout. I exercise at least 4 days a week.

My skill level: I have been mountain biking for at least two years and am able to control my speed and direction on moderately steep and technical singletrack trails. I am comfortable descending on loose or uneven terrain, including rocks, gravel, tree roots and small drops.

See Level 3 trips:

Active


Avid Rider Type

4  |  AVID

MY FITNESS LEVEL…
I ride my bike an average of 100 miles per week and enjoy a fast pace for an extended period of time. I love to train, improve, and maybe even race my friends.

I ENJOY…
All terrain, with hills and big mountain passes. Steep technical descents are fun and I enjoy a challenge.

MY AVERAGE DAY ON THE BIKE…
Around 4-5 hours of riding. I can ride about 60 miles, and up to 110 miles on a long day.

I’M COMFORTABLE CLIMBING…
There’s no hill too long or steep. Around 5,000 feet of climbing, to 13,000 feet on a hard day.

FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE TRIPS…
My fitness level: I am comfortable on 5-plus hour rides at a fast pace of 17-30 miles in length with long technical climbs and descents. I exercise 5 or more days per week and consider myself very physically fit.

My skill level: I am a strong rider who has been mountain biking for 5 or more years and am comfortable climbing and descending steep, technical and exposed terrain that includes rocks, tree roots, primitive trail surfaces, tight switchbacks, short drops and jumps.

See Level 4 trips:

Avid