Trek is one of the few companies producing carbon frames in the United States. Here’s what goes on in its Wisconsin headquarters. Bicycling Magazine By Molly Hurford | October 22, 2015   

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Trek Travel is proud to introduce a new fleet of electric-assist bikes, including the Trek Domane+ LT and Verve+. These bikes flatten hills, improve endurance, and make every ride a little more 

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Travel Tips: European Trains

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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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Are Your Tires Too Worn?

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As the road biking season winds down for many of us in the Northern Hemisphere, hopefully you’ve put more than a few miles on your bike this year. Now is a great 

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How To Brake Into Corners

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Safety is our first priority at Trek Travel. Our guides give a daily safety talk on trips, our entire fleet of bikes is equipped with the Bontrager Flare R tail light, and 

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FAQs: Global Entry

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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N + Project One

How many bikes does a person really need? The old joke makes the answer a moving target: N + 1, with N being the number of bikes already stuffed into your garage. 

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Listen up, Americans. Collectively we’re taking less vacation time than at any point in nearly the last four decades. And by doing so, we’re only hurting ourselves. According to a study conducted 

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How To Adjust Bike Shifting

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If you’ve been on the bike a lot since your spring tune-up, it’s probably time to readjust your shifting. For go-getters who want to tackle this project themselves, here are a few 

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How to Lube a Bike Chain

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One of the most overlooked parts of bicycle maintenance is chain lubrication. Both too much and too little lubrication can make your drivetrain work harder than it is supposed to resulting in 

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How To Tune Your Bike

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It’s that time of year again. You’ve been looking at your bike hanging upside down all winter. You’ve been telling yourself the past few weekends that you need to go out for 

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10 Tips to Pack like the Pros

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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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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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A Great Fit Matters

You never really understand what a great fit feels like until you’ve had a bad one. Our guides have been trained to adjust every bike to individual comfort and preferences to ensure 

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“17 switchbacks. That was how my Trek Travel guide described the climb up Col de Soller on the third day of my Trek Travel Ride Camp in Mallorca, Spain last month. And 

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Join us as we take you along the undulating California coastline on our Santa Cruz to Santa Barbara vacation. Our journey starts in the historic city Monterey, then visits the artsy town 

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Techniques for Winter Riding

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If you ride all year like a growing number of people in the world, I’m sure you have experienced less than ideal riding conditions, especially during these winter months. I’d like to 

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Guest Choice: Vermont

Introducing a new series called “Guest Choice”, where we highlight select places to explore on your next Trek Travel vacation. You will often hear us say, “It’s your day, you decide,” because 

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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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“It didn’t take my wife and me long to choose the new Barcelona Villa trip from Trek Travel’s array of adventures. We loved the idea of unpacking our suitcases and staying in 

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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

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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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Tips from our Travel Coordinator

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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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We talk about our bikes all the time. You hear us say how excellence comes standard on all of our trips, with our first class Trek Bikes included in the price. We 

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