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Trek To Host Pride Rides Across The Country In Support Of Local LGBTQIA+ Communities And Organizations

Published May 18, 2022

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[Waterloo, WI] – For the second year running, Trek is celebrating love, diversity, and the powerful history of the LGBTQIA+ community by hosting nationwide Pride Rides throughout the month of June.

Every Pride Ride is designed to be fun and inclusive for cyclists of all stripes. Participants will enjoy Pride-themed swag like t-shirts, stickers, press-on tattoos (while supplies last), and post-ride refreshments.

Last year, Trek hosted Pride Rides in over 25 cities and donated a total of $75,000 to local LGBTQIA+ nonprofits. This year, Trek is set to host and contribute even more.

To make good on that promise, Trek shops across the country will be partnering with a local LGBTQIA+ organization to raise money and awareness for their cause. Some Trek stores will also be selling a limited-edition Pride Ride jersey, available in both road and MTB styles. All proceeds will go to the Trevor Project, a national, 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention service for LGBTQ youth.

Pre-registration for 2022 Trek Pride Rides is recommended, but not necessary. To participate, find your local Pride Ride, grab a bike, and enjoy cycling while expressing your authentic selves with friends and family.

Participating Trek stores will provide more information about start times and routes via a Facebook event on their Facebook pages.

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