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Trek Bikes

Bikamper Tent

Bikamper Tent

If you’re like us, your crazy fantasy of leaving on a cross-country bike trek just got a little crazier thanks to Topeak’s Bikamper. It’s a personal shelter that uses your bike in place of tent-poles.

Trek Broadsider Bike

Trek Broadsider Bike

Based on a post-apocalyptic graphic novel of the same name, Trek’s industrial design group created this tough-ass bike which looks both minimal and like it’s been through a war.

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Crankbrothers Multi-19 Tool

Crankbrothers Multi-19 Tool
~$33  Buy Comment

Perfect for bicyclists on the go, Crankbrothers’ Multi-19 tool includes 4 spoke wrenches, 6 hex drivers, 4 screwdrivers, torx, open wrenches, and a chain wrench all in one pocket-sized package.

Trek x Armstrong District

Trek x Armstrong District

Trek teams up with Lance Armstrong for a one-of-a-kind custom version of their District Carbon bike; it features a yellow belt drive, Pauls brake levers, matte finish, and chopped bars.

District Carbon Bike

District Carbon Bike
$3,360  Buy Comment

Trek Bike’s chainless District goes all out with the District Carbon; the carbon fiber in the belt drive spreads to the rest of the bike with a handcrafted OCLV Carbon Fiber frame.

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