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    Trek Bicycle Store
    1209 Battleground Ave
    Greensboro, NC 27408
    Location & Directions | 336-273-0100
MON - FRI 10am-7pm, SAT 10am - 6pm, SUN 12pm-5pm
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Ride A Trek Bicycle and Enjoy the Ride

Bicycle The World With Trek Travel!

There truly is no better way to explore the world than from the seat of a bicycle. Trek Travel makes the experience even more enjoyable by balancing cycling with luxurious lodging, gourmet meals and unmatched customer service. For the trip of a lifetime, choose Trek Travel!

Get Your Free Trek's Women's Ride Guide!

Ladies, come pick up Trek's WSD Ride Guide!Trek loves women cyclists and so do we! So we're happy to announce that their new Women's Ride Guide is here. It helps you find the perfect bike and offers excellent tips and stories about women cyclists of all backgrounds. Come pickup a free copy and if you have any questions or want to test ride a bike, we're here to help!

We're Your Trek Project One Headquarters!

Build your own custom Project One today

Get Your $200 Garmin Vector Rebate!

Get $200 off a pair of Garmin Vector power-meter pedals!

Take your riding to the next level with Garmin's Vector pedals. They show your power output (watts), how much power each leg is producing and how that force is distributed through your entire pedal stroke! And now, until September 30, you can receive an amazing $200 rebate on qualifying Garmin Vector products.

Tech Tip of the Day

Don't Muddle The Puddle - When riding in muddy conditions be careful at puddles. It may seem fun to blast through. But it's never a good idea because you can't be sure what's at the bottom. If there's a hole there, you'll end up doing a sweet Superman imitation and sail over the bars when your front wheel gets stopped cold. This will entertain your ride partners immensely but it can be quite painful and could wreck the fork and frame if you're really unlucky. Our recommendation? Slow way down and try to gauge how deep it is. If you decide it's safe to ride through the middle, get your weight back and off the front wheel. Or, if it looks deep, try skirting the edge of the puddle so you know you're passing over solid ground. Or, if the puddle is pond like, get off and walk around. The goal is to pass safely and to not widen or damage the trail, too.