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Design Your Ultimate Trek Bicycle!

Trek's Project One lets you control every detail of your dream bicycle. And once your new ride is fully assembled, we'll fit it perfectly to you. Stop in to see us and together we’ll design your ultimate bike!
Choose a Trek bicycle model to start. Pick your favorite bicycle components! Colors and graphics—the choice is yours!
Start your custom bicycle by choosing one of Trek's elite frame models, the Madone, Domane, Speed Concept, Superfly or Fuel EX. Next, select every detail to your liking, from the wheelset and components, to the saddle and cable housing. We also have preconfigured combinations. Thousands of colors and design schemes, from boldly simple to outrageously cool, are brought to life by Trek's artists. 

Unleash Your Power With The Trek Emonda!

The Trek Emonda road bike is in stock!

Trek's goal was simple: Build the lightest production road bike possible. That's where simple ended. Conventional thought was stripped away, every frame detail analyzed and every frame size tested. And then re-analyzed and retested. The road has been long and we proudly present to you the Emonda—a groundbreaking road bike you must come ride!

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Hey folks, we have a Facebook page. It's another fun way we keep you up to date with everything that's going on. Check it out! Extreme Ski & Bike Page.

The Trek Tale!

Born in a barn, raised on rocket science, raced to win, warrantied for life, and loved the world over—that's a Trek bicycle! Stop in today to see our selection!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

DNR

Short for Did Not Race. If you register for a bicycle race or a century ride and then for some reason can't be there to ride it, the officials will usually put DNR next to your name. DNS is also used, for Did Not Start.

Today's Cycling Tip

"Now that I've got a new bike, what else do I need?" New-bike owners soon realize, after one or two rides, that certain items are more essential than they may have first thought. A helmet is a must, and if yours is more than three-years old it's heavier and hotter than it needs to be. A frame-mounted pump plus a seat pack with a patch kit, spare tube, and tire levers inside will allow you to take care of most any flat-tire problem you might encounter. You may also want to carry along a mini-tool to help with minor mechanical adjustments you might need to make. Cycling shorts, gloves and a jersey will help you feel more comfortable, especially on longer rides. And cycling shoes and a cleat-pedal system to match will increase your comfort and pedaling efficiency.

Bikeskills Presents Pumping For Speed & Control

The wonderful thing about cycling is that there’s always room to improve. That’s why we’re sharing this helpful Bikeskills video. Swing by the shop and we'll get you set up with the right bike and gear for the job too!