Whether you ride for the breeze, the fitness, the transportation or the suffering of it all, Trek Travel has a trip that fits your lifestyle. Some destinations are built for light riding, with shorter rides over easier terrain. And some trips are built for the mountain goats, with high, jagged peaks and epic views. Which is right for you? Start by identifying your rider type. Then, check your favorite bike trips to make sure they suit your needs.
I'm relatively fit and am comfortable with hills that are less than half a mile in length. I want to ride on my vacation, but not every day.
Slight inclines, but like it to be mostly flat. I also don't mind hopping in the support van when I've ridden enough.
False flats, short climbs, and anything on city roads. Less is ok with me.
on average, up to 35 miles on a long day.
I ride my bike on a regular basis either for fitness, to commute to work, or just for fun. I enjoy an active lifestyle with an occasional physical challenge.
Rolling terrain with some bigger hills that are challenging. I feel great after reaching the top. Descending is not my favorite.
Steep rollers and short mountains, but with some breaks in between.
on average, up to 50 miles on a long day.
Fitness is central to my life. I ride my bike regularly, on a weekly basis, and am comfortable with rides of 2 hours or more at a relatively strong pace. I like a physical challenge and to feel my heart rate increase.
All terrain, with hills and some moderate mountain passes that I can brag about. I like getting some speed on moderate descents as well.
Hills, mountains, and everything in between. I feel comfortable climbing up to 7,000 feet in a ride.
on average, up to 70 miles on a long day.
I ride my bike an average of 100 miles per week and enjoy a fast pace for an extended period of time. I love to train, improve, and maybe even race my friends.
All terrain, with hills and big mountain passes. Steep technical descents are fun.
on average, up to 13,000 feet on a hard day. There's no hill too long or steep.
on average, up to 110 miles on a long day.