Trek Travel's motto is "Luxury is mandatory and the miles are optional."
There are 17 destinations in Europe and North America.
John Burke, Trek president, said:
"We know that there are a wide variety of cyclists. Some that plan their vacation around their bicycle riding; while others prefer to plan their riding around other activities while on vacation. That's why both styles of trips feature the same best-in-class accommodations and cuisine and allow the customer to choose their style of riding."
Trek Travel also offers Specialty Trips, allowing both stronger cyclists to tag-a-along behind classic races like the Tour de France, or spend a few days riding with the likes of Gary Fisher and Greg LeMond.
"Even though unique cycling experiences are a big part of what Trek Travel offers, we haven't forgotten that our trips are first and foremost a vacation," said Burke.
Trek Travel adventures allow time for a variety of more traditional diversions, including private wine tasting tours, guided tours led by local historians, and optional days for kayaking, playing golf, or relaxing at spas.
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