At the Trek Bicycle Store, bikes are our passion. We love riding them, working on them, talking about them and sometimes we love just staring at them. In each of our stores, you'll find a friendly and accommodating staff trained to put your needs above all else. We'll listen to you and do our best to make sure we send you out the door with a smile on your face.
is a great town with a rapidly expanding cycling scene. We have an extensive
network of fitness trails running through the city, as well as a new push toward expanding on-street infrastructure. From the center of town, you're often only 20 minutes by bike from rural roads. Experienced locals know how to link paved trails
and side streets to get around by bike, and there are maps available to help newcomers. We have several area organizations working on cyclists' behalf to make Omaha a better place to live and ride.
Mountain bikers enjoy several networks of trails within city limits and access to several state parks in the area. Omaha singletrack is generally flowing and forested, with elevation ranging from pretty darn flat to ridiculously hilly, depending upon the trail. We have
an active IMBA club named THOR, which coordinates trail days and has worked hard with local government and private individuals to improve access to land to help fortify and maintain existing trails. We have regular
group rides and stay connected through well-trafficked blogs and social media. The foundation of our local race schedule is the Psycowpath Series, which is more than 20 years old.
Road riding in Omaha can be similarly flat or hilly. To the west, the Elkhorn River Valley provides flat, open miles and a few gentle rollers. In every other direction, it's hills, hills, hills. To the east, the isolated roads of Iowa's Loess Hills provide ample opportunities for the climber in you. To the north and south, tree-lined' roads provide a beautiful backdrop year-round. Just like their off-road brethren, roadies use a number of blogs and social media outlets to hook up and crank out the miles.
If you're new in town or new to cycling, don't hesitate to get in touch with your local Trek Bicycle Store. We're always happy to help people get rolling!