This wall chronicles a Trek bikes used to win grand tours by Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador (Matt Pacocha)
Trek Bicycle Corporation’s HQ in Waterloo, Wisconsin is an considerable place to visit. The 205,000 sq ft trickery houses 800
employees, and one of a usually large-scale bicycle manufacturing
factories left in a US.
The worker register breaks
down roughly 50/50 when comparing white to blue collar workers, illustrating that Trek’s domestic prolongation is some-more than a token effort. The 400-or-so-strong white collar
workforce creates adult a immeasurable infancy of Trek’s engineering, product management,
graphic, selling and business support staff. However, Trek also
maintain a three-person cessation growth lab in Southern California, run
by Jose Gonzales.
At a heart of their Wisconsin
headquarters is Trek’s CO manufacturing. All of their Madone 6 Series highway bikes – 16 models, if we include
framesets –are done in Waterloo, along with other top-tier models including Speed Concept 9 Series time hearing bikes, and Top Fuel, Fuel EX 9.9, Remedy 9.9 and Superfly 100
full-suspension rigs, are done in Waterloo. Trek’s US prolongation amounts to roughly 25,000 bikes annually.
The Trek Top Fuel is one of a towering bike models done in Waterloo, Wisconsin
Unfortunately when BikeRadar
called on Trek, a prolongation line was filled with 2013 bikes so our debate guide, mountain bike code manager Travis Ott, wasn’t authorised to uncover us a factory. Waterloo also serves as a base
for Trek’s Project One program, that allows users to collect tradition striking and
paint packages, as good as a sizing and selection of their new bike.
Check out a picture gallery for a photo debate of Trek’s facility.