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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. 

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Be our bicycle buddy on Facebook!

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.

Trek's Transport Cargo Bike Is A Life-Changer!

Trek's Transport cargo bike opens a world of exciting possibilities, from a more fun and efficient way to run errands, to getting to work in style, to carrying whatever you want from cargo to passengers! Swing by the shop and we'll get you on the bicycle that'll change your life!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Crested Butte

As in Crested, Butte, Colorado, this is a mountain biking mecca. It's also famous as one of the first places the originators of the mountain bike ventured for epic off-road riding.

Today's Cycling Tip

Hand Comfort Is In Your Hands - If you're pretty sure your bicycle fits properly, any hand discomfort you experience may be related to how you ride and your equipment. Remember the most important rule of hand comfort: change hand positions often. Even if your bike is equipped with flat bars it's possible to move your hands around to grip different parts of the bar. Also, consider adding bar ends to provide additional spots to hang on. Relaxing your grip on the bars can't be overemphasized, either. With practice, it's easy to keep a controlled grip even though your upper body is relaxed. A trick that can help is regularly removing one hand at a time and shaking it out by your side to relieve the tension and revive circulation to the palm and fingers.

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!