Test a Trek at Your Local Trailhead on Sunday, June 23

Jun 20, 2019
by Trek Bikes  


The best way to decide what bike is right for you is to spend time riding a few different models. So Trek is hitting the trails with a fleet of their high-end mountain bikes, and you can try them at your local trails for free. They'll be at a local trailhead on June 23, so make sure to stop by and try the latest and greatest that Trek has to offer.

All you need is your helmet, ID, credit card, and pedals if you prefer something other than standard flats. The demo is free, and Trek's demo experts from your local Trek retailer will be standing by to get you on the right size, set your suspension and answer any questions.



Find specific location information below and for more information on this event and future Trek demos, click on the links below.

Parkgate Community Centre
3625 Banff Crt # 200
North Vancouver, BC
Event details here

Snoqualmie Point Park
37580 Winery Road
Snoqualmie, WA
Please call to reserve a bike
Event details here

Larabee State Park
Lost Lake Parking Lot
Bellingham, WA
Event details here

Lang Ranch Neighborhood Park
Side street by park
3287 Lang Ranch Parkway
Thousand Oaks, CA
Meet mountain bike legend Gary Fisher
Event details here

China Camp State Park
Back Ranch Meadows Campground area
San Francisco, CA
Event details here

Fuitloops Bike Park
652 S 1800E
Fruit Heights, UT
Event details here

Maxwell Trailhead
Maxwell Natural Area
Fort Collins, CO
Event details here

Castlewood State Park
River Scene Trail area
1401 Kiefer Creek Road
Ballwin, MO
Event details here

Quarry Ridge Recreation Area
2740 Fitchrona Road
Fitchburg, WI
Event details here

Winged Deer Park
4137 Bristol Highway
Johnson City, TN
Event details here

Brandywine Creek State Park
320 Rocky Run Parkway
Wilmington, DE
Event details here

Meadowood Mountain Bike Trail
Lorton, VA
Event details here

Blue Mountain Reservation
Welcher Avenue
Peekskill, NY
Event details here


MENTIONS: @trek




17 Comments

  • 3 0
 Yeahhhh Maxwell in Fort Collins will be an absolute shitshow that day.

A for effort Trek, but you should have decided to set up shop at Lory State Park. I understand why you picked Maxwell - only 4 possible entry/exit points so easy to keep an eye on your bikes, but the 200-300 hikers that will be on the trail this Sunday (as long as the trail doesn't close for the forecasted rain all weekend) will be in for a surprise when they see a bike demo happening.
  • 3 0
 Agreed, plus Lory and Horsetooth offer much more in the way of a trails and varying terrain to make a bike demo comprehensive. I wonder if it's a landowner issue (Maxwell is City while Horsetooth and Lory are county and state). Let's be honest though, Maxwell is a shit show every day. It's an out and back, close to town, short, with great views at the top.
  • 2 0
 @provin1327: 100% agree. I did consider the landowner issue. Curious why they picked Fort Collins at all out of the whole Front Range, to be honest. Walker Ranch near Boulder would be another great option.

Sometimes you can randomly get really good Maxwell laps in, especially right before sunset or if the weather looks suspect. But yes, 10 AM - 1 PM on a weekend sounds like a mess!
  • 4 0
 There a number of reasons we are having the demo at Maxwell. Permitting restrictions, proximity to store, length of trail. We applied for these permits months ago with the intention to spread them over several trailheads but permits are being restricted to only two “demo permits” per company and only our first two applications were approved. Horsetooth is certainly the best place for an extended demo but it’s tough to ride many trails there in under an hour which limits the availability of bikes to other riders. Trek no longer has a Factory Demo program so this demo is facilitated by the 3 Trek locations around Fort Collins. The good news is these bikes are always available for demo at the store. Drop by, grab a bike for 24 hours and take it to your favorite trail! If you have any questions send me a PM.
  • 1 0
 @dgwest: I apologize for my choice of wording. I should have said "I think this event could be better at Lory State Park, since Maxwell is so crowded as it is already". I could see it being really difficult to get a good feel for a new bike when you're stopping every 10 yards.

Those are all great reasons. Yes, Maxwell is super fast and very accessible. A capable rider can easily bang out 2 laps on Maxwell or a full Maxwell + Shoreline lap in under an hour. Nevertheless, I don't want to be anywhere near Maxwell on Sunday. Best wishes, hoping the trail will stay open for yall.
  • 2 0
 Maxwell is so congested on a Sunday. Add a demo day with this level of advertising, has nightmare traffic S@!t show written all over it. Bummer.
  • 1 0
 Is there anywhere to ride near FC that isn’t a shit show on the weekends?
  • 2 0
 Awesome trail work being done in east Tennessee, and Winged Deer Park is a hidden gem. #rollthebones
  • 2 0
 I really wish brands would do more demos in Canada instead of just Vancouver and calling it a day.
  • 1 0
 West coast is the best coast
  • 1 0
 demos all the time in fernie, even Trek once in a while...
  • 2 0
 Victoria BC has a trek store! Have a day at highlands!
  • 2 0
 The demo program is only through Trek owned stores, the Victoria store is privately owned.
  • 1 0
 Meadowood is a great choice in the DC area!! Really interested in trying that new short travel 29er!
  • 1 0
 I was wondering why Trek wasn't doing Demos at Outerbike SV, like the rest of the industry!
  • 4 2
 knock block.

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