A Great Ride
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As the president of Trek Bicycle, I’d like to share my stories about interesting people, places, and the bicycle with hope of inspiring you to find your great ride.

JB
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06/10/2013

Comments

Steve Herrman

Yes John u have a great company

Larry

I am saddened by the loss of Andrew, but I commend you for creating a work environment that fosters the kind of love and family you have at Trek. My prayers to Andrews family.

Brent Selix

Trek is an unbelivable company and treated me very well one of my Treks got destroyed. I love my bicycle(Trek) and I say just keep up the great work

Brent Selix
Slater, IA

Josh

It is cool how life giving generosity can be. It is interesting that joy is the by product of giving. My wife have had the chance to give in various ways on a small scale and have received a lot from it. I would assume that getting to give on a large scale, such as giving away free bikes, has to be A LOT of fun.

Thanks for making great bikes, running a great company, and giving back to the community.

Bill Peerenboom

I am one of Andy's uncles. The entire family was stunned by the turnout from Trek for Andy's ride, what an awesome sight it was. You have a great company that cares, it is a rare thing to find these days. Thank You for your support and God Bless.

Take the long way home.


E. J. Eckert

Just read the 3 stories. Now I get it why the products are so great. People! I own 2 Trek road bikes. The only way to roll.

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