Meet Your New Fitness Partner Trek Fitness bikes will never miss a workout.
Here's an excerpt from our new Cycling Guide. If you didn't get your FREE copy, come pick one up at the store. To reserve a copy for pickup (while supplies last) please send us an email.
The (surprising) road warrior. The Alpha Aluminum frame on the 7.5 FX makes fitness fun - and fast. Smooth tires roll quickly and absorb bumps, while the Bontrager carbon fork erases any remaining vibration. A 24-speed Shimano drivetrain gives you the gears to reach high places - and high speeds. The Trek FX series ranges from $429.99 to $2,419.99. Shown: 7.5 FX, $749.9
This gym is for women only. The women-specific 7.2 FX WSD features a shorter top tube, for an ergonomically friendly position without compromising your pedal power. Narrow handlebars and short-reach brake levers reduce shoulder and hand fatigue. A specially designed saddle reduces pressure and improves comfort for long (and fun) rides. Shown: 7.2 FX WSD, $429.99
The alternative to children's television. The Trek KDR 7.2 FX
gets your 9 -12 year old outside and active. Its aluminum frame and
steel fork are light, strong and durable, so kids will enjoy years of
thrills (and fitness). A low standover height fits growing legs, and
powerful brakes provide plenty of control. Shown: KDR 7.2 FX, $429.99
Dress to impress (no one but yourself). The ideal jersey looks great on and off the
bike. The (1) Trek Women's Zip Front Jersey, $59.99 does both, plus it
has a hidden pocket for tiny necessities. The (2) Trek Women's Short
Skort, $59.99 looks like a skirt but rides like a short. The stretchy
outer skirt moves easily yet won't fly open, and the inner short has a comfortable liner pad.
Ride hard and walk easy in the clip-in compatible (3) Women's Nike Kato Shoe, $89.99. The (4) Trek Incite 9i Wireless Computer, $79.99, helps you track your rides, and is guaranteed to increase your dedication - and enjoyment.
Bikes Make Fitness Fun and Easy Frequency is better than
length. You'll achieve more fitness and weight control by riding 4
times a week for 30 minutes, than once a week for 2 hours. Put
time on your side so you can get away fast - keep your helmet, shoes,
gloves, etc. near your bike. Keep water bottles near a sink. Get a seat
pack to hold your keys, money, snacks and tools. Spinning lightly in an easy gear is much better than straining in a hard one. Aim for 90rpm (Lance goes 120!) and you'll last longer and develop a stronger heart. Keep it fun. Try a new time, different routes, and new partners. Ask us for ideas. Drink lots of water after your ride. This re-hydrates you and fills you up so you don't post-ride gorge. If you ever have pain from riding, talk to us immediately. We'll do our best to fix the issue, leaving you wanting to ride every day.