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  • Trek 8.3 DS - 2015/2016
    $599.99 - $659.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    Streets and paths, suburbs and woods; return to the simple joys of cycling with Trek's 8.3 DS. This go-anywhere machine is road-bike fast, hybrid-bike capable and fun… [more]

  • Trek Crockett 5 Disc - 2016
    $1,979.99
    Product Rating
     
    0.0 stars
     (0 Reviews)

    With geometry designed by World Cup-champ Katie Compton, Trek's Crockett 5 Disc is a thoroughbred 'cross racer. This aluminum bike has a ton of 'cross-friendly features… [more]

  • Trek Fuel EX 9 29 - 2016
    $3,999.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Mixing 29-inch wheels to the ever-popular Fuel EX just adds fuel to the fire. Trek's Fuel EX 9 29 is done right with an Alpha aluminum frame and confidence-inspiring G2… [more]

  • Trek Jet 16 - 2016
    $219.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (9 Reviews)

    Trek's Jet 16 delivers a great ride plus rugged durability and reliability you'll really appreciate. And, your child will love the cool looks and sharp moto styling. The… [more]

  • Trek Jet 12 - 2016
    $199.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (5 Reviews)

    Trek's tiny-and-tough Jet 12 is the perfect first bike for your young'un. It's everything a first bike should be: colorful, easy to ride and built to last. This great… [more]

  • Trek Steel District - 2015
    $600.00
    $789.99
    Product Rating
     
    3.5 stars
     (5 Reviews)

    Forget the car, idling in traffic, high parking fees and soaring gas prices, Trek's Steel District can take you everywhere with ease and style! This urban flyer features… [more]

 
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Aviation Velo/Wheels of Steel LLC celebrating 20 years!

Today's Tip

Safeguard Your Bike - When using a U-lock, position your frame and wheels to fill as much of the open space within the lock's U portion as possible. The tighter the lock up, the harder it is for a potential thief to attack your lock with tools. Don't rush when locking your bike because you might mistakenly lock it incorrectly. To prevent this, check your lock before leaving to be sure you've secured it properly. Always secure your components, especially quick-release wheels and seats and accessories, with a secondary cable lock that also encircles your frame and the object you're locking to. This forces the thief to get through two locks and usually the creep will skip your bike and find an easier one to steal. Better yet, maybe he'll get arrested looking for his next victim!

Meet the Trek EX 27.5 Plus

Introducing Trek's new Fuel EX 27.5 Plus.