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Ride A Trek Bicycle and Enjoy the Ride-COPY

Here's To All You Grads!

Congratulations graduate, time for a nice long bike ride!
Who says hard work with copius amouts of studing doesn't pay off?  Study Hard... Play Harder!  Trek Bicycle Store Greensboro has the perfect gift for your Grad!  We have bikes and plenty of accessories.  If you're not sure about a size or simply can't decide, a Gift Card is the perfect way to go. 

Time to Think About Dad!

Give Dad a great Trek bicycle this Fathers' Day!
It's time to start thinking about Dad for Father's Day, Sunday, June 21.  Give Dad a gift that will benefit the whole family – a bike from Trek! Stop by Trek Bicycle Store Greensboro and we'll help you pick out the perfect bicycle and cycling accessories that Dad will absolutely love!  Not sure what dad wants, a Gift Certificate is a great option.

Get Ready To Ride!

Check out our Selection of Bike Lights See our cycling helmets! See our commuter bicycles!
See our cycling packs! Feel the difference on a new road bicycle! Get your spin on with our indoor trainers!

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!

Tech Tip of the Day

Patching A Tube - Along with a spare tube, you should always carry a tube patch kit. Why? Because you might get a second flat and you don't want it to ruin your ride! This kit makes it easy to repair the tube, too. First, inflate it to find the hole (listen for the hiss). Mark the hole (tearing it slightly larger works well). Scuff the hole with the sandpaper in the kit. Apply glue (unless your kit uses glueless patches; it'll says so on the cover). Wait 5 minutes for the glue to dry. Peel the foil off the patch and apply it. Don't miss the hole! Before you reinstall the tube, check the tire and get that nasty sharp object out so you don't get a third flat (argh!). 

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

fork crown
The part of a fork that the legs and steerer attach to.