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Trek Bicycle launches free home bike delivery nationwide

Published April 3, 2020

WATERLOO, Wis. (BRAIN) — Trek Bicycle is offering free home delivery throughout the continental U.S. for online bike orders through May 1 to provide better access to cycling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trek will waive the standard $50 fee associated with home delivery and is working with independent and Trek-owned bike shops regionally on delivery logistics where available. Free home delivery is not available in Alaska or Hawaii.

All open Trek retailers offer free shop curbside or in-store delivery. Although bike orders are placed at, the customer's local retailer will get credit for the sale, allowing customers to support local businesses.

"Access to alternate mobility solutions, like cycling, during a time when we are social distancing and looking for alternate modes of transportation is more important than ever," said John Burke, Trek's president. "Cycling plays a critical role in essential travel locally — to grocery stores, pharmacies, and more — but it also serves the greater benefit of helping people get more physical activity, clear their minds, and relieve stress while society is more sedentary and anxious than ever before. We hope free home delivery helps to remove a barrier for consumers looking to cycling as a source of joy and as a mobility solution during a time when it's needed most."

After choosing a bike and going to checkout, online shoppers can select a local bike shop that offers home delivery from the list of Trek retailers in their area. There are more than 1,400 participating retail locations across the country. The selected bike shop will build the new bike for free and arrange for free home delivery in a way that is most comfortable and convenient for the customer.

Trek utilizes its Bike Finder for consumer to find the proper model and size. Consumers also can contact Trek's Concierge Team at (800) 585-8735.

Delivery availability is subject to change based on local and national travel restrictions. Additional information can be found at

Topics associated with this article: Coronavirus

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