The Domane delivers something approaching the perfect balance of comfort and efficiency.
The Silque is an ideal choice for women who love riding long or who just want to be comfortable each time they hop on a bike.
Trek's carbon fiber Top Fuel ruled in mountain biking’s mid-naughties heyday, and now it’s back and better than ever.
We named the Emonda “bike of the year” in 2015. One year later, we stand by that decision.
Trek's new Domane model offers a comfy ride over the cobbles on the Tour of Flanders course. But how will it hold up long term?
The company's latest version of the comfortable endurance bike features a decoupler in both the seat tube and the head tube.
Trek made good on its promise to deliver an aerodynamic beast that solves the comfort puzzle.
The new Madone is cycling’s Bugatti Veyron — an exotic beast that looks like it’s moving fast even when it’s standing still.
Fabian Cancellara rides a special race team version of the Madone, and is still using mechanical shifting.
Trek's move to sell direct to consumers via the Internet was a major change in how it does business.