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Trek New Zealand

Trek: It’s a journey.

It begins in the 1970s. The oil crisis is on. Gas is expensive and scarce, and the world starts to believe in the bicycle. But this bicycling boom has created a bicycle shortage.

So a man in a small Wisconsin town sets out to solve the problem.

Dick Burke sets out to build bikes, the best bikes in the world.

 


 

Born in a Barn

Dick Burke and five employees, working in a barn, build a culture of craftsmanship. They miter. They braze. They build a business. They call it Trek. People love the way the bikes ride. It’s a family business, and every customer becomes part of the family.

Raised on Rocket Science

Raised on rocket science In the 1980s Trek grows the family by adding engineers from outside of cycling. Engineers who built airplanes, rockets, spaceships. It becomes a culture of invention for the road and for the mountain craze. Trek’s new engineers evolve the process of bonding frames together. First aluminum. Then an emerging material, carbon fiber. Frames half the weight of steel. Simple carbon threads, woven, bonded, molded, and amazingly strong. They call it OCLV.

Raced to Win

Racing is the ultimate proving ground. In 1999, Trek supplies the first Tour de France team to race exclusively on carbon frames. It’s the start of a race résumé greater than any modern brand, and a journey that makes Trek believe that they can do more than just create bikes that riders love. They can make bikes that win. Great athletes ride Trek.

Loved the World Over

The Trek of today is a family of cyclists, for cyclists. Bikes lean on desks. Lunchtime rides turn into lunchtime races. We live on the road and on the trail. We make road bikes. Mountain bikes. Urban bikes. Worldwide. Beacause we’re a group of people who believe anything is possible—and continue to prove it, all over the world.

We believe in taking care of our customers, but also in all the things a bike can do. Battle climate change, lessen congestion, and improve health. It’s transportation that brings us together, yet lets us escape to places we’d never see any other way. There are a billion bikes on this planet. Which means six billion people aren’t riding. We believe we’ve got more work to do. Become part of our family. We believe in bikes.

Trek New Zealand

As a world leader in design and technology Trek bicycles are sold through 60 select Trek Authorized stores around New Zealand. These authorized dealers are trained to provide you with the very best knowledge regarding Trek products, from bicycles, accessories, and most importantly fitting you correctly to the right bike.

Trek bikes are designed in Wisconsin in the United States but from the vast selection they offer we select models to suit our varied New Zealand riding conditions. With over 23 years of Trek bicycles being available here in New Zealand we know what bikes best suit our trails and cycleways. You can trust the quality and comfort that Trek is known for around the world to deliver you the most enjoyable biking experience anywhere.

Find Trek Authorized Store...

North Island
Whangarei 094302691 More info...
R & R Sport Auckland
Auckland 09 309 6444  
Prestige Bicycle Repairs
Auckland 092652889  
Wallis Cycles
Auckland 095253117  
239 Bike
Auckland 092392453  
Pack and Pedal Botany
Auckland 092733222  
Saint Cycles
Auckland 095706609  
Mt Albert Mowers & Cycles
Auckland 098461820  
Cyco
Auckland 093764447  
Paki Paki Bike Shop
Thames 078679026  
Te Aroha Outdoor Adventure
Te Aroha 078844646  
South Waikato Cycles
Tokoroa 078869299  
Evolution Cycles
Cambridge 078270485  
Evolution Cycles
Hamilton 078472325  
Evolution Cycles
Te Awamutu 07 8705175  
R&R Sport
Hamilton 07 839 3755  
Te Awamutu 078706183 More info...
Rotorua Cycle Centre
Rotorua 073486588  
Huka Honda
Taupo 073785508  
Pack and Pedal Taupo
Taupo 073774343  
Cycle Obsession
Mt Maunganui 075752189  
Hedgehog Bikes Tauranga
Tauranga 075787554  
Cranked Cycles
Napier 068355644  
Waipukurau 068588983 More info...
Bikeys
Gisborne 068674444  
Hewitts Motorcycles
Dannevirke 063747701  
Biking Mad
Raumati 049029544  
Central Bicycle Studio
Palmerston North 063586151  
Seaver Cycles
Hawera 062786046  
Raceway Cycles
New Plymouth 067590391  
Happy Valley Cycles
Masterton 063771726  
Cycle Sport
Whanganui 063488029  
Bike Hutt
Upper Hutt 045278715  
Cycle Science
Lower Hutt 045892822  
Capital Cycles
Wellington 043856752  
Pack and Pedal Porirua
Porirua 042389860  
R&R Sport
Wellington 04 385 4141  
South Island
R & R Sport
Nelson 03 548 4999  
Village Cycles
Nelson 035447116  
The Cycle Shop
Nelson 035476758  
Mann Security
Greymouth 037680255  
Habitat Sports
Westport 03 7888002  
The Cyclery
Timaru 036888892  
Cycleworkz
Christchurch 033840355  
Burwood Cycles
Christchurch 033832144  
Coastal Sports Kaikoura
Kaikoura 03 319 5028  
Papanui Cycles
Christchurch 03 3527495  
Church Corner Cycles
Christchurch 033487640  
R & R Sport
Christchurch 03 365 2178  
Hub Cycles
Christchurch 039824982  
Cyclone Cycles
Christchurch 033329588  
Kaiapoi Cycles
Kaiapoi 033278093  
Cycleworkz
Christchurch 033602050  
Racers Edge
Wanaka 034438855  
R&R Sport
Queenstown 03 409 0409  
Victor Nelson
Oamaru 034349077  
R & R Sport
Dunedin 03 474 1211  
Rock & Road Cycles
Alexandra 034488048  
Crossroad Cycles
Gore 032089891  

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