Friend of Trek Travel and sommelier extraordinaire, James Juedes, guides us through the tradition and history of the famous wine regions of central Italy from Le Marche to Umbria and Tuscany. Like 

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Top 6 Reasons to Go Private

Bryna Rudy

Friends and family that play together, stay together. That’s why we offer private and custom cycling vacations. It’s your trip, with your group, on your schedule. Read on for our Top 6 

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Photo Journal: Joshua Tree

Katherine Usher

This spring I had the chance to visit Joshua Tree National Park where two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together. The sky seems to go on forever and 

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In celebration of National Women’s Week we talked to the rad women of Trek Travel and gathered together a list of their go-to gear for spring riding. Here are their top picks, 

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Between guiding for nearly five years with Trek Travel and adventuring to faraway lands in the off-season, Trek Travel guide Sonja Schmidt has seen some of the best corners of the world 

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Straight from our guide Valeria in Milan, Italy—the top 5 phrases to know when you’re pedaling the rolling landscapes of the country she calls home. Dai! Dai!: It is like Allez! Allez! 

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On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act creating the National Park Service, and America has never been the same since. They’re the purest, most untouched places in the country. 

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Why I Ride: Kelsey Gibson

WHY I RIDE: A series that gets to the heart of why we love what we do. This week, Kelsey reflects on how it isn’t always where you go, but who’s there 

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We all love a good shred sesh, but what if you’ve never hit the trail on a mountain bike? Hear from Michael Flieg, a second-year guide, lifetime dirt lover and co-founder of 

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As the first woman to ride her bicycle around the world, Annie “Londonderry” Kopchovsky challenged world views on women in cycling and paved the way for many greats to take to two 

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Top Three Custom Trips of 2017

Bryna Rudy

With Custom Trips, the sky is the limit. Whether you’re exploring a new part of the world or throwing the birthday party of the decade, bespoke vacations let you travel your way 

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Meet Trip designer Ilona. Originally from the Czech Republic, but now a citizen of the world and the brains behind many of our Pro Race trips. What’s her inspiration you may ask? 

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This year guest Christian Notte set out to climb more than the height of Everest while on trip during the Giro d’Italia. Not only did he achieve his goal, but he topped 

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America’s national parks are also a national treasure. These vast landscapes have inspired authors, politicians, artists and nature-lovers the world over, and now our guides and guests too. Join us in exploring 

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Summit Lake Vineyards and Winery is a much-loved stop on our California Wine Country tours. We caught up with Heather Griffin, daughter of the founders of Summit Lake, to learn a little 

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It’s the culmination of our year spent traveling the world, staying everywhere from the heart of the Patagonian Rainforest to a chef-inspired epicurean escape in Sonoma. So, which ones are our favorite?  

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Nothing says “home for the holidays” like a cozy cocktail. And thanks to our friends at Sardine in Madison we’ve got the perfect recipe for some boozy deliciousness. Cheers! Tom & Jerry 

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3 Things the L’Etape du Tour Taught Me About Life

Katherine Usher

This spring, on an otherwise ordinary Wednesday lunch ride from the Trek Travel office, I was offered the opportunity to participate in the 2017 Etape du Tour. What came next was something 

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Meet Our Team: Keith Anderson

Erin Nelson

Introducing the newest memeber of the Trek Travel team, Marketing Director Keith Anderson. He’s left behind the land of maple syrup and mountain bikes and returned to the good ol’ cheese state 

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Our Winter Picks

Erin Nelson

Part one of our winter gear series where the team at Trek Travel home base in Madison, Wisconsin give their gear recs and best tips for making it through the months where 

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A Trek Travel River Cruise isn’t your everyday boat trip. Our attention to detail, exceptional bikes and world-class guides together with Scenic’s all-inclusive luxury create a whole new way to explore the 

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An Ode to Our Parks

An ode to our parks by Tony Ferlisi, Guide, Trip Designer, outdoor enthusiast and friend. Thoreau and Muir spoke of cathedrals, refuges, sanctuaries and temples; Home to bison, bighorn, grizzly bear and 

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California Wine Country Holiday Guide

Erin Nelson

With the recent fires in the Napa and Sonoma counties, Trek Travel wants to help these communities we consider to be a part of our own get back on their feet. We, 

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From the coast of Australia to the skyscrapers of NYC and back to her home state of Wisconsin, Lindsay uses her wealth of experience and passion for exploring the world to lead 

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Pilot Cove: A Pisgah Oasis

Erin Nelson

After 20 years as lawyers, Lane and Beth decided to leave the law and take their family on a 13-month, 42-country trip around the world. It was after this sojourn they met 

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Before, During and After: Andalucia

Sarah Makoski

Andalucia is a perfect destination for a cycling vacation of a lifetime. If you find yourself with a flight to southern Spain for our Andalucia bike tour, consider any of the following 

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Why I Ride: Dave Burke

WHY I RIDE: A series that gets to the heart of why we love what we do. This week, Dave recounts time spent on two wheels with his family as a child 

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Go North: Alaska Beckons

From the majestic living glaciers and steep fjords of the Kenai Peninsula, north to the lonesome gravel roads of the interior outpost of Talkeetna and skyward to 20,310’ Mt. Denali, America’s last 

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Designing for the Tour de France takes a lot of passion, patience, planning, skill and a little bit of luck. Hear from our expert Trip Designer, Penny, who for the last nine 

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Bend is synonymous with amazing beer and even better dirt. Central Oregon is loaded with flowy, purpose-built single track through dense forests and dramatic volcanic landscapes. The expansive network of trails is 

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