Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown

Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown


Our riders were all smiles at last year's Raise + Ride, and with this year's in-person ride coming up on Aug 6th we're pumped for some sizzling summertime riding!

If you register soon, you’ll get to compete in our fundraising push week from this Sun, July 17-midnight on Sat, July 23. The rider that raises the most money within the fundraising push week will win a $50 Trek gift card and Trek merch (thanks to our friends at Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown). Don't miss your chance to get in on the fundraising fun by signing up today!

Stay tuned to find out how you can win more awesome prizes!
The Gravel Grinder crew would like to thank all participants, staff, volunteers, partners, sponsors, residents, landowners, community members, and county officials for their help with and support of this year’s event 🇺🇸

Special thanks goes out to the following people, groups, and organizations that made this possible:
Visit Loudoun
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
Bluemont Station Brewery & Winery
Virginia is for Lovers
Loudoun Amateur Radio Group
Northern Virginia Jeepers Association
Loudoun County Fire & Rescue
Philomont Volunteer Fire Department
Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department
The National Sports Medicine Institute
Tsaheylu Farm (Aid Station #1)
Red Gate Farm, LLC (Aid Station #2)
Dirty Kitten Productions
Bikenetic - Full Service Bicycle Shop
Element Sports
Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown
Trek Bicycle Springfield
Bike Doctor Frederick
The Bike Lane
Dirty Kitten Racing
Bruce Buckley

We would also like to thank our dedicated sponsors:
The Right Stuff
Champion System US
Euroline Inc
Orange Seal Cycling
Strike Visuals

Body Glide
Orange Mud
PEET Shoe Dryer
Tailwind Nutrition
Sweat GUTR

Honey Stinger

Chamois Butt'r
Pickle Juice Sport
Kuat Racks
Cantu Cycling Wheels
Grabber Warmers
Floyd's of Leadville
Find Galeo
Andes Bike Shop
Just Riding Along Bicycle Shop /
Trek Bicycle
Haymarket Bicycles LLC
Rats Cycles
Green Lizard Cycling, LLC
Velo Classique
Conte's Bike Shop
Dirty Kitten Gravel
We had an exciting Give-a-Bike hand-off yesterday! Ally (pictured here with her son) reached out to us to see if we could donate a bike to a refugee family from Afghanistan, and with the help of Trek Bicycle Georgetown we were able to make it happen. We loved getting the opportunity to help out our new community members!
From 1/4/21

Good morning members and followers,

First off: Happy New Year to everyone. Happy 2021. Happy no longer 2020!

As the Club finalizes the transition from one President (myself) to our new President (Kyle Simpson), I thought I would send out one final “COVID-19 and the DC Triathlon Club” update. 2020 was not the kind of year that I wanted to end my service to the Club with, but well: 2020. It was a year that started off full of so many hopes and dreams. So many plans and ideas for great race seasons, great race-cations, and great finish line celebrations with friends. And then a wee little virus threw a wrench into the world, tossed everything into a meat grinder, took a giant…. well, you get the metaphors.

It has been a crazy year and while there is a light at the end of the tunnel, the tunnel is darker than ever. I have a coworker who lost her uncle right before Christmas, her brother on New Year’s Eve, and her mother on New Year’s Day: all from COVID-19. Some of my close friends and I were lamenting how the virus is hitting closer and closer to home. I have done my best to keep politics out of my posts because we are a social club with a triathlon problem, and this is supposed to be a place for people of all walks of life to get together, rise above partisan issues, and just swim, bike, and run our way toward finish line celebrations. I am more used to debates where we argue over whether an RNA virus is living or not (if it doesn’t have DNA, is it really alive?), and not debates where we argue on which side of the political spectrum a virus is. So this year has been very frustrating for me in many ways and it has been tough to stay non-partisan (or tri-partisan, if you prefer), but I have tried my darnedest. We are still in this pandemic and this tunnel is still dark; nevertheless, we will make it through and we will hopefully be wiser and smarter the next time a pandemic emerges.

My previous posts have encapsulated all of the things that we here at the DC Triathlon Club tried (either successfully or unsuccessfully) to do to engage with you as members and followers this year given the restrictions from local and state authorities and what we, the Board members as regular people finding our own ways through a pandemic, felt comfortable doing. The new Board of Directors will now get to make decisions on what 2021 will look like for the DC Triathlon Club and what they feel comfortable offering to our members.

Toward the end of 2020, we chose to move the DCTriClub Off Season Spin (OSP) to all-virtual this year and it begins on Saturday! There is still time to join us (registration closes Thursday), and we hope that you will! I hope to see as many of your smiling faces (via Zoom screen) in your personal pain caves as possible on Saturday and for the next 12 weekends. For the first time in seven years, I will be participating in the program as a regular, non-Board, club member of the most awesome triathlon club in the nation. I hope you will join me.

The other Club programs, training events, social gatherings, and club races will be up to our new Board to decide. I hope you will opt to participate in these programs/events to help show your support for the Board and to help keep the DC Triathlon Club as one of the best triathlon clubs in the nation. We are on the verge of becoming the largest dues-paying triathlon club in the nation because you all have stuck with us through thick and thin this year and in years prior with the changes in the sport, and you know that once we get through this pandemic, we will be raring to go with happy hours, training camps, clinic days, and everything else that will be really odd at first because we’ve been physically distancing for so long. I hope you continue to stay with the Club. If your membership has expired, I encourage you to renew it. Please officially rejoin us and give encouragement to our new President and 2021 Board that they are doing a great job in a really tough time.

Triathlon, duathlon, running events, and the like will be back this year. Race organizers are eager and ready to get back to hosting events because they really do enjoy putting on the events and seeing your faces on the course. They will look different this year as organizers will have to work within local and state guidelines, but you can still expect to have a great experience that will be done in a safe manner. I encourage you to look locally for your races as that cuts down on traveling great distances and potentially spreading the virus, which is still something about which we have to worry for most of 2021. We have some great race partners here in the Washington DC area and are probably the luckiest region in the nation to have so many well established race organizers who put on high-quality, well-respected events. We will begin updating discount codes for these companies as we receive them and posting them behind the membership wall.

Kinetic Multisports
EX2 Adventures
Racine MultiSports
Cal Tri Events

Our local and national partners are here to help you make the most of your 2021! I encourage you to visit (with your mask on) our local partners and take advantage of the services and discounts that they offer you as members!

Bicycle Pro Shop
Trek Bicycle Arlington Clarendon
Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown
M3 Bike
Rose Physical Therapy Group
Potomac River Running Store
WaveOne Swimming

Please continue to be safe. Be smart. Don’t gather in large groups, and please wear your masks. I know masks are annoying, but better to be annoyed a bit than on a ventilator or facing increased risks of myocardial infarctions or myocarditis ( and amongst many other articles) should you emerge from a mild case of COVID-19. If you have the opportunity to take the vaccine: I encourage you to do so. The more I read ( and for starters) about the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and the trials, the more confident in the technology I become. However, even with the vaccines, I fully expect that we will be wearing masks for a large part of this year. This is for your safety and not a conspiracy that us scientists dreamt up for sh*ts and giggles. So please, please please: mask up (sorry, a little bit of politics slipped in).

Thank you all for the opportunity to have served and led you all in some manner for the last 10 years (as NTP leader, as Director of Programs, as Treasurer, and as President). It has truly been a pleasure.

And for the last time:

President | DC Triathlon Club
Last week, at the start of a 5-day adventure ride from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh, PA I expereicend a mechanical issue with the Trek bike. The staff at Trek Bicycle Washington Georgetown went above and beyond to get my bike rolling so my husband and I could complete our week of riding on time. Many, many thanks to this shop for giving us miles of smiles!
I like your price on the 2019 Trek Stache 5 and was wondering about online ordering. I have a short inseam ==> about 30 inches (but am 173 cm tall or pretty much 5' 8"). I was thinking of ordering the medium - but not certain it will fit

What is Trek Bicycle Washington DC Georgetown's policy for online orders to your store that don't quite fit - could they be returned?

Trek Bicycle Georgetown is your local destination for the latest products from Trek and Bontrager, as well as service and tune-ups for any and all brands.

We love getting people on bikes, and helping people feel good achieving their riding goals! Trek Bicycle Washington D.C. Georgetown is DC’s destination for the latest products from Trek and Bontrager, service and tune-ups for bikes of any brand, and the best local advice on rides in the metro area.

Operating as usual


Looking to wrangle the dirt roads of Northeastern Pennsylvania? Look no further than the Lu Lacka Wyco Hundo. It’s a gravel ride for the grittiest riders searching for unpaved adventure along miles of uncharted roads.

Whether you grit it out for the full hundo or pound on your pedals for a lovely 40, this ride has a route version for you.

Register today!


Group rides are back! Starting this Sunday 1/15/23, meet at Trek Clarendon at 8:30am or at the Exorcist Steps (near Trek Georgetown) at 8:45am for fun, no-drop ride. Rides will typically be about 30-35 miles and average between 17-19 mph. If you have questions, call Jeff and Mikey at Clarendon, or Josh and Jerrick at Georgetown.


The Sunday, May 8th edition of Ride & Wrench is cancelled due to rain, chilly temps, and gusty winds. The ride and tech talk portion are both cancelled. We would be happy to show you the tech portion (cleaning and lubing your chain) in-store during regular business hours. Please call the store and we can discuss times for you to come by, preferably weekdays.

The June edition of Ride & Wrench will also be cancelled in favor of our Pride Ride on June 5th. Come join us in Rock Creek Park at Lot 6 for a casual 10-12 mile ride. More details to come later this month.

Sorry the weather isn't cooperating! We hope to see you all in June.


Our friends at Old Dominion Racing have joined forces with Ultra Marathoner Mike Wardian and the Ukrainian Embassy to help support relief efforts in Ukraine. Head on over to for details. Trek Georgetown will have some jerseys, hats, shirts, and other goodies at the Ukrainian House in Georgetown on Sunday, May 22 from 1pm-4:30pm. There will also be other artists, athletes, musicians and vendors there helping to raise money for Ukraine. All net proceeds from the event will go to World Central Kitchen to help provide food to Ukrainians in need. Mark your calendars for May 22 and come help support a community in need.

Speed Concept VIP Livestream 11/16/2021

Speed Concept VIP Livestream

You’re invited to a behind-the-scenes look at the launch of Trek’s all-new Speed Concept.

Join us for our free livestream event and you'll get to meet the team behind the tri bike and ask any questions you might have about the development of Trek's fastest, most integrated triathlon bike ever.

You’ll receive access information to the event in your Eventbrite registration confirmation email.

PLEASE NOTE: this livestream will be hosted on YouTube, and we recommend making an account prior to the event if you want the ability to ask questions and interact with the team.

Spots are limited, so sign up now at the link below:

Speed Concept VIP Livestream Join us for a discussion with the product managers of the the all new Trek Speed Concept


World Bicycle Relief x Trek

This year, instead of selecting a Trek for our Bike of the Year we chose World Bicycle Relief’s hard-working Buffalo Bicycle. Since 2005, Buffalo Bicycles have helped build stronger communities in developing countries by enabling kids to get to school, health care workers to see patients, and farmers and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.

We're raising $1M for World Bicycle Relief, and through December 31, we'll match the amount of your donation to double your impact. Join us by donating online or instore—a donation of $165 helps provide someone with a Buffalo Bicycle, but a gift of any amount helps change lives too.

Learn more:

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Conquer whatever’s on your horizon with the better-than-ever Rail.

This long-travel trail e-MTB never shies away from getting rowdy and always powers you back up the mountain. Visit us today to preorder yours.

Check it out >>

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Take a five-minute survey from PeopleForBikes so they can learn more about your city’s cycling infrastructure and work on ways to improve it. After your survey is complete, you’ll be entered to win awesome prizes like a WaveCel helmet.

Take the survey >>

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The all-new Top Fuel is a lightweight and blazing fast downcountry trail bike that’s quick, capable, and seriously fun in the rough. Visit us today to preorder yours.

See the bikes >>

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The all-new Checkpoint is here and ready for every adventure. Explore more ➡️

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Show your bike some love!

After all the miles you put in this summer, your bike deserves some R&R. Regular service is key to keeping your bike in tip top shape and avoiding costly issues in the future.

Stop in today to enjoy fast and friendly service on bikes of any brand, and we’ll have your ride rolling like new in no time.

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No matter what your bike is made from, all manufacturing releases greenhouse gases and aerosols.

Bottom line: bikes are good by nature, but like anything that’s manufactured, they come at a cost to the environment. The great news is, you can take simple action—using your bike exactly as intended—to fully offset the carbon cost of your ride by activating the Rule of 430.

This formula demonstrates how replacing about 430 driving miles with 430 riding miles can offset the carbon cost of your new bike. Anything above 430 miles, and your bike is now carbon-negative. Learn more ➡️

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Getting more people on bikes means ensuring the world has places set aside for people to ride. Established in 2021, the Trek Foundation provides support to develop bicycle trails and infrastructure for public use and protect land from development. Learn more about this initiative ➡️

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Did you know? We service bikes of any brand!

Whether you’re cruisin’ around town on a vintage fixie, riding a non-Trek (gasp), or your kids’ bike needs some love, we’re happy to provide fast and friendly service on bikes of all makes and models.

Stop in today and we’ll have whatever you ride rolling like new in no time.

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In 2020, our most popular bike model—Marlin—began shipping in new packaging that cut non-recyclable pieces in half. We have expanded that process widely across our bike and accessory packaging removing 433,600 lbs of plastic in a single year. Learn more ➡️

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Since 2009, Trek-owned bike share system BCycle has reduced congestion and transportation-based carbon emissions while providing a healthier and more sustainable transportation alternative in 35 cities. We are committed to accelerating that growth into the future. Find a BCycle station near you ➡️

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Show your bike some love!

After all the miles you put in this summer, your bike deserves some R&R. Regular service is key to keeping your bike in tip top shape and avoiding costly issues in the future.

Stop in today to enjoy fast and friendly service on bikes of any brand, and we’ll have your ride rolling like new in no time.

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It makes sense that a bicycle company would care about the environment. We make a product that provides a solution to many of the world’s most complex problems— congestion, public health, climate change. But even products that benefit people and the planet leave behind a footprint. And it’s a footprint we need to address.

In 2020, we conducted our first emissions audit to better understand our impact and build a plan to become a more conscious and sustainable global citizen. This report shows our findings, explains the actions we’ve taken to lighten our footprint, details our goals, and sets out our vision for change. Explore the report ➡️

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Applications are now open for the Trek NICA 2022 Pathfinders Scholarship! This scholarship will provide up to 100 young people of color with the gear and funds they need to ride and race in the 2022 Spring NICA season.

Lean more here:

Read about how the Prime Ability team got their start here:

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Over the course of 2020, we identified our ten areas of focus to help reduce our carbon footprint. Learn more about each point ➡️

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You didn’t buy your bike to have it sitting around collecting dust in a service center—but regular service is key to keeping your ride rolling like new!

That’s why we offer super-fast service turnaround on bikes of any brand. Because your bike should never hold you back.

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In the US alone, a 1% mode share shift would result in a carbon reduction that is around 17 times bigger than Trek's total global carbon footprint.

We’re supporting causes that lobby for bikes, provide economic incentives to cities and individuals to choose sustainable transportation, and build better bike infrastructure. Learn more ➡️

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Trek Travel is celebrating 20 years of adventure with all-new trips!

With unforgettable destinations designed for every kind of rider, you can start planning the trip of a lifetime today.

See what's new and book your trip ➡️

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Need service now?

Regular service is key to keeping your bike performing at its best. We offer the fastest service in town and work on bikes of any brand, so you can stop in today and have your ride rolling like new in no time.

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Tatiana, a Store Manager in NYC, helped spearhead a service tech program that brings experience and opportunity to kids who need it most. Read the story here ➡️

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Need service fast?
We have the fastest service turnaround in town, on bikes of any brand. Visit us today and we'll have your bike rolling like new in no time.

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REMINDER! Join us this Sunday, June 27 for a ride to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.

We'll meet at Rock Creek Park (Lot 6) at 9am and ride at a casual, no-drop pace.

For more details, check out the event on the Trek Bicycle Arlington Clarendon page.

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When a D.C. teacher saw what school closures would mean for his students, he turned to bikes. And that changed everything. Read his story here ➡️

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11 frames. 11 years. And the story of one awesome career. Check out Cam McCaul's museum of memories >>

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Let’s ride for Pride! Join us on Sunday, June 27 for a ride to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.

We'll meet at Rock Creek Park (Lot 6) at 9am and ride at a casual, no-drop pace.

For more details, check out the event on the Trek Bicycle Arlington Clarendon page.

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Safety should always come first on your morning commute. Use Daytime Running Lights on every ride, wear hi vis to stand out from your surroundings, and don’t forget your helmet.

Learn more about how to stand out here >>

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PeopleForBikes recently ranked the best places to ride a bike. Want to see how your city rates?

View the link below to see your city’s scores in categories like ridership, safety, and infrastructure. Plus, learn how you can help make biking better in your hometown.

Learn more >>

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Jenn Dice is one of the cycling industry’s biggest assets. The president and CEO of PeopleForBikes, Dice is fueled by passion in her pursuit to make biking better for everybody.

Read her story here:

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Their future is bright. Their lights should be, too. Learn more about helping your kids stand out with Daytime Running Lights here >>

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A life-changing event, a descent to rock bottom, and one woman's ability to find strength through it all. Tag along on Katie Savage's inspiring journey here >>

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Need service fast?
We have the fastest service turnaround in town, on bikes of any brand. Visit us today and we'll have your bike rolling like new in no time.

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No matter where you ride, it’s every cyclist’s responsibility to know the rules of the road!⚠️ We’ve outlined some general rules of thumb for more fun, responsible, and respectful riding ➡️

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Bontrager’s all-new Ae**us RSL wheels are off-the-charts faster than any other wheel we’ve ever made.

Learn more here >> or stop in today to check them out!

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More speed. More power. More trails.

Electric mountain bikes amplify your pedaling power so you can see more than you ever thought possible.

Learn more about electric bikes at the link below, and visit us to order yours today.

Explore electric mountain bikes >>


2020 Holiday Catalog

Trek's latest holiday catalog is here! Flip through the pages to find awesome gift ideas, advice on how to give a bike, and more!


The seasons may be changing- but that doesn't mean you have to stop riding! Spin through fall's crisp days, winter's gnarliest storms, and whatever weather comes your way in Bontrager's latest fall and winter apparel. Stop in today or click the link below to see the gear.


We’re growing and hiring service techs across the country! Want to join us on our mission to make the world a better place? Explore our bike mechanic openings across the country. If you find the perfect fit somewhere new, we’ll pay for your relocation! We also have paid advanced learning opportunities at our Trek Certified Service facility at our headquarters. Sound like your kinda gig? Come ride with us!

Learn more >


Want to make indoor riding awesome? We're the indoor cycling experts! Stop in today or check out the link below for all the advice and gear you need to have fun riding inside.


Indoor trainer set-up

Brandon of Trek Bicycle Madison East was live to talk about how to set-up your indoor trainer in your own home.


Don’t let the weatherman get you down. Check out our cool-weather tips to learn how to dress when the wind won’t quit:


Brandon of Trek Bicycle Madison East was live to talk you through unpackaging your new smart trainer and all of the parts that come with it.


Want to keep riding this winter? Indoor bike trainers let you turn your favorite bike into a stationary bike, so you can spin through every season. Check out our guide on indoor trainers here >


Looking for something skele-fun to do with the fam this Halloween? Trick or treat yourself to our free Halloween scavenger hunt!

Visit us at the shop to grab your scavenger hunt card, put on your most boo-tiful costumes, head out on a ride, and find all of the items on your list.

Bring back your completed card by November 1 and you’ll be entered to win a set of Bontrager lights.

Download and print your scavenger hunt here >>


Brandon of Trek Bicycle Madison East went live to talk about the differences between smart and non-smart indoor trainers.


Trek Bicycle's Health and Wellness Coordinator Melissa S. spoke about great stretches for all cyclists.

Dynamic Stretches for warming up:
Lunge Twists
Leg Swings (leg Extension, Hip Flexion)
Glute Stretch
Good Morning to single hamstring stretch

Static Stretches for cooling down:
Couch Stretch
Hamstring stretch with chest stretch
Pigeon with hip extension
Piriformis twist

Muscles to foam roll for recovery:
Quadriceps, Front, lateral, medial
Glutes (using a ball or foam roller)
Pectorals (chest)

Videos (show all)

World Bicycle Relief x Trek
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Solid 8:30am group ride!! See you next week! #trekbikes #weridewhereyouride
Our store manager is out on her Madone finalizing the Cookie Circuit routes! She had perfect weather, just like what we ...
And a good ride was had by all! Thanks to everyone who joined us on this BEAUTIFUL morning! See you next week! #trekbike...


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