Feature Items

  • Bontrager RXXXL Road Shoes
    $319.99

    The RXXXL Road Shoes are the crown jewel in Bontrager's road line-up, thanks to their unbelievable lightness, support, comfort and efficiency. From the ground up, the… [more]

  • Bontrager RL Road Shoes
    $179.99
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    Bontrager's RL Road Shoes deliver the features to maximize your ride. They boast Bontrager's stiff, supportive Silver Series carbon soles for plenty of pedaling power… [more]

  • Bontrager Funk Trunk
    $149.99

    Bontrager's Funk Trunk has everything you need to put the party on wheels. Its packed with great features your friends will love like a thermo-lined main compartment to… [more]

  • Bontrager RXXXL Limited Edition Road Shoes
    $299.99

    The RXXXL Limited Edition Road Shoes are the crown jewel in Bontrager's road line-up, thanks to their unbelievable lightness, support, comfort and efficiency. From the… [more]

  • Bontrager Flare 3 Taillight
    $29.99

    Bontrager’s Flare 3 Taillight is ridiculously bright, which is exactly what a taillight should be. It features two standard red LEDs and two super-bright, .5-watt,… [more]

 

Check Out Our Wheel Center

A new wheelset can be the most effective upgrade you can make, offering the greatest real-world gains in any chosen area.  Whether you want to achieve an aerodynamic advantage, climb faster, increase comfort or decrease weight, a wheelset can greatly influence your results. The Bike Line has a great selection of wheels from Bontrager, CycleOps, Shimano and ZIPP.

Enjoy the Journey on a Trek

Enjoy your riding more than ever on a Trek road bicycle!The sun's rays warm your back, the road stretches upward and all you hear is your rhythmic breathing and the soft whir of your tires over smooth asphalt. If this sounds like a great way to spend the morning, we recommend you check out our Trek road bicycles—they're the perfect company for your next adventure!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

clincher tire
Tires that are held on rims by a mechanical fit between the edges of the tire and the edges of the rim. It’s the common tire found today on most mountain and road bikes.