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Looking to change the world? Good. Us too.

We believe bikes are a simple solution to the world’s most complex problems—climate change, congestion, the health of our people and planet. And it’s through the bicycle that we will change our world for the better.

Whether you’re answering calls in Customer Care, working the front lines in retail, or designing saddles, everything you do here will help create a better future.

For our planet

We take the bicycle's world-changing potential seriously—so much so that we've changed the products we make and how we make them. We created this continuously evolving plan of action to help us reduce our carbon footprint and be a more conscious global citizen.

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For our people

To address systemic racism, we created All In—an ever-changing plan of action that guides us on our journey toward a more inclusive, equitable, and diverse future.

For athletes everywhere

We’re committed to pioneering equity in women’s professional cycling through unrivaled team support, equal minimum salary requirements, matched prize money, and more. Why? Because it’s the right thing to do. Simple as that.

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Ask any Trek employee what their favorite part of their job is, and you’ll almost always get the same answer: their coworkers. People at Trek welcome, inspire, and care for one another. And that makes all the difference.

A glimpse into life at Trek

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Certified Great Place to Work

We think working at Trek is pretty awesome. But don’t take our word for it! Trek made Fortune Magazine’s 2024 list of the Top 100 Best Places to Work. According to our annual Great Place to Work survey, 89% of employees at Trek say it’s a great place to work compared to 59% of employees at a typical US-based company.

Multiple brands. Endless opportunities.


Born and raised in the humble surf community of Leucadia, California, Electra combines creativity, innovation, design, and attention to detail to make the most comfortable bikes possible.

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BCycle is a public bike sharing system that enhances cities' transportation ecosystems and helps reduce carbon emissions and congestion by providing a sustainable, affordable transportation option.

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Ascend is a retail profit machine built for bike shops. Retailers worldwide use our products and services to easily set, measure, and track goals and performance while continually forecasting for the future.

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It’s no secret that the best leaders have the happiest and most productive employees. We built a masterclass in leadership to help all Trek employees become better versions of themselves and create a culture of continuous improvement, empathetic support, and healthy team dynamics.


Leaders with humility don't work hard to get credit, they work hard because they care. They're never boastful, always grateful, and forever willing to learn and grow.


To lead with will is to be driven by desire and determination. Willful leaders are always ready to roll up their sleeves and put in work in order to achieve exemplary results.

Best team on the field

Hiring the right people is about more than just technical fit—we want people on our team who show up every day with empathy, kindness, and care.


Iconic leaders aren't satisfied with the status quo. They're constantly looking for bigger, better, and bolder ways to do things.

Let’s work together to make the world better

Have a cause you’re passionate about? We’ll support you any way we can. Whether you need extra funding, paid time off, or another set of eager hands, we’re always happy to help.

Local grants

We established a local grant program to provide funding for projects that help get more people on bikes. If you or someone you know needs some seed money to start a bike shop or enhance your community in any way, reach out to us at [email protected]

Volunteer PTO

All Trek employees have access to paid time off to volunteer for non-profits that help build our communities, so whether you want to spend the day volunteering at the polls, working at a food bank, or empowering our youth, we’ll support you every step of the way.

Employee profile: Tati Koufopanteli, LIFE Camp

In the summer of 2020, Trek store manager Tati Koufopantaeli was looking for ways to get more involved with the youth in her community. With Trek’s support, she partnered with a non-profit called Life Camp to help get kids from underserved communities involved in cycling. Over eight weeks, the program gives students mentorship and training to enter the workforce—and all students who complete the program are guaranteed a position with Trek. Now, with Tati’s help, we’re expanding this program to more communities across the country.

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Trek’s not-so-basic benefits

Sure—offering a 401k isn’t revolutionary. But creating a great environment for our employees has long been a company value at Trek. We’re always looking for ways to improve our employees’ home and work lives, and we expand what’s available to them every year. From rare benefits like ESOP and paid time off for volunteer work to expanded healthcare coverage, we do our best to take care of everyone who works at Trek.

Lunch ride, anyone?

Humans aren’t meant to sit at a desk eight hours a day. Whatever part of the business you’re in, we encourage you to do things during your workday that help you feel your very best. Whether it’s a lunch ride with your coworkers, a mid-day walk, or weekly therapy, we’ll do whatever we can to support you and make sure you have the time and resources you need to thrive both mentally and physically.

Wellness perks

If you’re joining us at Trek HQ in Waterloo, you’ll enjoy an on-site gym complete with the world’s most wonderful fitness trainer, a café stocked with healthy, freshly made food, a full-time primary care clinic, massage therapists, mental health counselors, dieticians, athletic trainers—and that’s just the start of it.

Not joining us in the ‘loo? You’ll still have access to virtual benefits, including workout classes, doctor appointments, counseling, and more.

Trek trails

We built 30-kilometers of world-class mountain bike trails in our own backyard to provide employees with a much-needed sanctuary during the workday. Now, riders of all skills levels gather at our private trails for lunch rides, product testing, late summer bonfires, and the kind of respite only the natural world can provide.

No matter where in the world you work, as a Trek employee, you’re welcome to join us on the trails at any time.

Meet me at the Lodge

Some companies do break rooms a little differently than others. Ours is called The Lodge, and it’s located in the middle of Trek’s private mountain bike trails — a place to kick your feet up, grab a cold beverage, and enjoy the company of your coworkers after a couple epic laps. This LEED Certified respite is complete with pinball machines, a bar, and plenty of boardgames. The worst part about The Lodge? Leaving.

Join the club!

Bikes may be our primary focus, but we still dabble in ball-and-stick sports. We have various sports clubs at Waterloo HQ — from lacrosse to pickleball to hockey — and all employees are welcome to join. The only price of membership is great energy and maybe e a few high-fives. Lifting heavy things more your speed? We also have a CrossFit-certified box and climbing walls onsite.

Like every great relationship, we’re looking for something meaningful. Our success relies entirely on the quality of our people, and our process is admittedly deliberate so you can get a better picture of what you’re joining and we can get a full understanding of who we’re welcoming to Trek.