Same. Plenty at my LBS, and you get to set the schedule, and choose the trails you ride.While there's no longer a demo truck, our Trek store has had three demo days this year. I think they're not hitting festivals, but the local dealer makes it easy to test 'em out.
I will check with my local LBS to see if they have any demo bikes, I don't believe they do and if they did probably not all sizes or models.Just wanted to jump in.
We stopped our demo touring that we did in the past with the trucks because our retailer network has grown significantly. At our owned retail stores, we host demo events often. At private retail stores, they have the option to purchase demo bikes and then they can support their community with the option to demo as well!
We still attend some national events though (anyone catch us at Sea Otter?).
No prob! You can find all of our retail demos listed here: https://www.trekbikes.com/us/en_US/retaildemo/I will check with my local LBS to see if they have any demo bikes, I don't believe they do and if they did probably not all sizes or models.
Any chance you have a listing of demo days at Trek owned retail stores?
You were missed at NEMBA this year. Thanks for responding.
Great, I searched your site and could not find that link at all. As a suggestion, in the footer of your site, I would replace the current link under "Test a Trek" with this link.
Yep spot on and same experience here in Western Washington. The truck would show up at a local festival with great bikes but everybody is stuck riding a bunch of over-engineered flow trails.It's a bummer but I get it. They'd show up at our local trails with no Fat Bikes (which are good in our sandy trails) and a bunch of Enduro bikes (which are ridiculous in Florida). Hopefully they incentivize the local shops to keep a relevant and current demo fleet on hand.