Welcome to stories of Trek, the people who inspire us, the bikes we build, and other things that turn us on.
As winter tightens its vice on the northern hemisphere, Trek employees join the thousands who descend into low-ceilinged subterranean rooms to stay fit.
A year stronger and wiser, Trek Factory Racing is back to take on the WorldTour in 2015. Born to inspire, here to win.
Discover the weapons that Trek Factory Racing will deploy in 2015 as they do battle with the 2015 WorldTour peloton.
What happens when an American, a Canadian and a Norwegian fly to Mexico for the urban stokefest known as Downhill Taxco?
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For a select few, the first ride sparks a lifelong pursuit. These are the early bike stories of Trek’s elite athletes.
The most wonderful things of this season begin in a workshop. Did you know the same is true of Trek and our bikes?
Chances are you've never heard of Taxco, Mexico. Step into the home of the world's most insane mountain bike race.
Glass on the road: not good. Glass in your paint: great. Learn how Trek's Seeglass coating keeps you safe and stylish.
Can safety and performance coexist? The answer, from Bontrager's high vis line: a loud and unequivocal, "Yes".
Follow along as we go full access at the US Pro Challenge—the culmination of Jens Voigt's unforgettable career.
Trek teammates Brandon Semenuk and Brett Rheeder are the two dominant forces in slopestyle. This is their story.
When you combine the best snow sport and mountain bike filmers with the world's best riders, things get unreal.
Can artists and robots coexist? We discover the marriage of people and process that make custom bike dreams come true.
The only thing harder than winning the Red Bull Rampage is building it. This is the story of how it all comes together.
Designing lightweight is hard enough. But building the best riding Trek ever? That's where Trek Factory Racing came in.
The story of how we pushed the boundaries we thought immovable to build the world's lightest production road line.
To redefine suspension, Trek collaborated with Penske Racing Shocks. If it works at 200 mph, could it work at 20?
The classics have a way of exposing weakness. When every millimeter counts, there's no substitute for experience.
We've curated our favorite photos from this year's worst races. This is the spring classics as we saw it.
Go behind the scenes @trekbikes for an artful look at the people who make our bikes and the people who ride them.
Wondering about MTB wheel size? You're in luck: we've cut through the hype and simplified the selection process for you.
It's the first dawn of many days for Trek Factory Racing, the WorldTour's newest team. The light is growing.
When we took a chance on a quiet kid from Whistler, we had no idea exactly what we were getting. What we got was Brandon Semenuk.
Family, country, triumphs, milestones: see how we incorporated Jens Voigt's favorite things into his new custom Madone.
Thousands of miles to ride. Thousands of meters to climb. One man wins the Tour, but it takes a team to make it happen.
Axel Merckx is more than an accomplished pro with a world famous name. He's also grooming cycling's next generation.
Brett Rheeder has gone from relatively unknown to the next big thing in the world of freeride. How, you ask? Practice.
We pick up the Trek women's Rapha Prestige story ten miles in, heading up Mt Tam and into the hard and hilly unknown.
What happens when the winter-weary women of Trek take on the Rapha Prestige? Setbacks. Success. And killer scenery.
King of the Classics Fabian Cancellara defends his throne and takes his Queen in a brutal Roubaix duel to the finish.
It's another boxing ring bike brawl, as the @BontragerCT Pros square off against our Bontrager Joes in Hullabaloo II.
Katie Compton is the first American ever to claim the Cyclocross World Cup title. How'd she do it? Watch and learn.
For Fabian Cancellara, 2012 was brutal. Good news for him, it's 2013. Bad news for the peloton, Spartacus is back.
Finally, an African UCI Pro Continental cycling team! MTN-Qhubeka is helping advance both a sport and a continent.
You won't believe what a difference a bike can make in the life of a family in rural Africa. It's hope on two wheels.
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