Find the trip that fits your style.

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 Level

1  |  LEISURE



FOR ROAD BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 15 – 35 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 750 feet | Average Riding Time: 1 – 2 Hours

My fitness and experience: 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.

FOR GRAVEL BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 5 – 10 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 0 – 500 feet

My fitness and experience: I prefer to ride a road/gravel bike on paved roads but enjoy occasional rides on crushed limestone bike paths. I prefer to keep elevation to a minimum on loose surfaces but can easily control my bike on flat unpaved paths.


Recreational Rider Level

2  |  RECREATIONAL



FOR ROAD BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 30 -50 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 2,000 feet | Average Riding Time: 2 – 3 Hours

My fitness and experience: 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.

FOR GRAVEL BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 8-20 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 1,400 feet

My fitness and experience: I am comfortable riding a road/gravel bike on loose, unpaved surfaces with short, gradual ascents and descents. I can control speed and direction on packed gravel, but I may walk my bike when gravel surface becomes too steep, loose, or uneven.


Active Rider Level

3  |  ACTIVE



FOR ROAD BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 45 – 70 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 7,000 feet | Average Riding Time: 4 Hours

My fitness and experience: Fitness is central to my life. I ride my bike regularly on a weekly basis and am comfortable with rides of 3-4 hours or more at a relatively strong pace. I enjoy all terrain, with hills and some moderate mountain passes. I like getting some speed on moderate descents.

FOR GRAVEL BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 18 -50 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 3,500 feet

My fitness and experience: I am comfortable riding a road/gravel bike on and array of gravel surfaces. I can easily negotiate small sections of deep, loose gravel. I have attended a “gravel” event or ride on gravel regularly. I can easily control speed and direction on steep, loose, and uneven terrain. I ride at a moderate pace with one or two breaks along the way.


Avid Rider Level

4  |  AVID



FOR ROAD BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 60 – 110 miles | Average Daily Elevation: 13,000 feet | Average Riding Time: 5+ Hours

My fitness and experience: 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.

FOR GRAVEL BIKE TRIPS…

Riding: Daily Average Miles: 40 -100 miles | Average Daily Elevation 7,000 feet

My fitness and experience: I am a strong gravel rider who owns a gravel-specific bicycle. I can confidently control speed and direction of a road/gravel bike over loose, steep, and uneven terrain with a mix of packed and loose gravel. I attend or compete in gravel events annually or ride gravel at least once a week.



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