Trek opened for business back in 1976, in a small shop in Waterloo Wisconsin, and since then they’ve grown to be one of the most innovative, respected manufacturers in the industry. They may be best known for their leading edge carbon fiber frame technology, but Trek also produces top performing bikes made from aluminum and steel. Little known by the public is the leadership Trek took in the development of hybrid bikes was an essential component of the revitalization of the public’s interest in road riding. As you may know Trek supplies Lance Armstrong and the U.S. Postal Service Professional Cycling Team with their Tour de France winning bikes. Trek supplies its dealers with bikes for all riding purposes and for riders of all ages. They also manufacture a full line of accessories ranging from helmets, clothing, computers, tires, and much more.