The latest on Trek's road bikes, mountain bikes and hybrids
Trek Bikes is a popular American bicycle and product manufacturer. Trek produces a huge range of road bikes, mountain bikes, e-bikes, women's bikes and hybrids, many of which are regularly seen at the very top level of professional competition. If you’re considering a Trek bike, check here for all the latest news and reviews.
A huge range of bikes with decades of innovation
Trek Bikes was founded in 1976 and started out producing steel touring frames in a small shed in Waterloo, Wisconsin (where the brand remains based to this day). Its first mountain bike debuted in 1983, with its first carbon fibre models appearing a few years later. Come the 1990s, Trek expanded into the hybrid bikes and kids’ bikes market.
Trek has also been at the forefront of female-friendly bike design, introducing Women's Specific Design bikes and accessories in 2000, and has long supported women's cycling.
What Trek bikes are there?
Trek has a large range of models available for riders of all ages and abilities, from kids' starter bikes to aero road bikes, gravel bikes, triathlon bikes, trail bikes, e-bikes, downhill bikes, hybrids and pretty much any other sub-genre you can think of.
Trek road bikes
Trek's cyclocross range includes the carbon-framed Boone and Boone Disc, and the alloy-framed Crockett. There's also the Checkpoint, with a tire clearance up to 44c and stranglehold dropouts to extend the wheelbase for some light touring.
Trek triathlon bikes and TT bikes are covered by the Speed Concept platform, available UCI-legal for time trialists, or fully kitted out for Ironman races with hydration storage, energy gel lockers and aero fairings.
Trek mountain bikes
Trek mountain bikes cover an equally wide range of pursuits: the trail bike range includes the Trek Fuel EX all-rounder, the Slash for 29er riding, the Stache carbon-framed hardtail and the Farley fat bike.
Trek also produces a range of electric mountain bikes called the Powerfly, available in both hardtail and full-suspension and for men and women.
Other Trek bikes
Finally, Trek's city bike range includes the FX models, which promise the speed of a drop bar road bike with the comfort of a flat bar city bike, the CrossRip drop bar commuter and a number of e-bikes including the Conduit+, the Neko+ and the Dual Sport+.
Where can you buy Trek bikes?
Trek bikes are available in 90 countries worldwide from a huge network, which includes 1,700 retailers in North America alone.
Trek bike reviews
For all of our Trek bikes reviews and news, browse the articles below.