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Trek Bicycle and the MACC Fund to host annual Trek 100 charity ride

Published June 6, 2023

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Trek Bicycle and the MACC Fund to host annual Trek 100 charity ride this Saturday, June 10

Waterloo, WI – June 5, 2023 – Trek Bicycle, in partnership with the MACC Fund, will host the 2023 Trek 100 on Saturday, June 10, at Trek's global headquarters in Waterloo, WI. The fan-favorite ride will begin at 7:30am and 9:30am and end with a post-ride party stocked with beer, barbecue, and so much more.

Riders will have the option to choose from four routes of varying distances* — 100, 67, 30, or 19 miles — all departing from Trek headquarters. Each route will be supplemented with fully stocked, themed rest stops to keep riders fueled and having fun.

Repeat riders will be delighted to experience an entirely new Trek 100. With four all-new route options, revamped rest stops, a non-stop party atmosphere, and plenty of family-friendly fun, this year's Trek 100 is bigger and better than ever.

Every dollar raised at the Trek 100 helps support the MACC Fund's fight to end childhood cancer and related blood disorders. Since its start in 1990, the Trek 100 has contributed more than $20 million to this important cause, and research supported by the MACC Fund has already had a significant impact. Over the past 45 years, the MACC Fund has contributed more than $82 million to this important cause.

Can't make it to Waterloo? In addition to this year's in-person ride, cyclists are encouraged to sign up, raise pledges, and join us from their favorite home roads.

*Routes/distances are subject to change due to road conditions/construction.


About Trek Bicycle
Trek Bicycle is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of bicycles and related products. Trek believes the bicycle can be a simple solution to many of the world's most complex problems and is committed to breaking down the barriers that prevent people from using bicycles more often for transportation, recreation, and inspiration.

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