Social Responsibility

We believe that the bicycle is a simple solution to many of the world’s most complex problems – from climate change to traffic congestion, equitable mobility and more. That’s why we’re committed to supporting organisations and causes that use bikes as a force of good for our planet and every person on it.

Our initiatives

All In

Trek is committed to fighting racial injustice and putting an end to systemic racism in the cycling industry and beyond. See our original plan and an update on our commitment to a better future below.


We’re on a journey to address our impact through a broad set of sustainability initiatives, from reducing waste in packaging and using recycled materials to shifting cycling mode share and getting more people to choose bikes over cars.

World Bicycle Relief

Trek is a long-term partner and donor to World Bicycle Relief. World Bicycle Relief is committed to mobilising individuals, families and entire communities with life-changing Buffalo Bicycles.

Trash Free Trails

Trek is proud supporter of Trash Free Trails, a non-profit organisation that exists to protect our trails and the wild places they take us. Through community focus, they work to reduce litter on trails and (re)connect people with nature through purposeful adventure.

London Cycling Campaign (LCC)

Trek is the first cycle strategic partner of LCC, a charity working to change the future of cycling in London. LCC campaigns to reduce motor traffic levels in London, make cycling in London safe, accessible and enjoyable for everyone, and works to support cyclists in their urban cycling.


Trek is the lead sponsor of PlacesForBikes, a PeopleForBikes program that offers a smart, transparent data-driven city rating system and the support and guidance communities need to quickly build and connect great places to ride.

Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland

Trek supports Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland (DMBinS), who work across tourism, participation, mental health and strategic planning to sustainably develop mountain biking in Scotland.