Monday, January 25, 2010

Skins is ins...

Much like power meters took the competitive cycling world by storm a few years ago, compression clothing is the next big thing.

Through targeted and precise pressure, compression garments help boost muscle power, lessen muscle fatigue and shorten recovery time. The key is using compression to enhance blood flow to and from muscles. Oxygen is more efficiently delivered and lactic acid is more quickly removed.

We're happy to have in stock several items from Skins, a leading manufacturer of compression garments (Team HTC-Columbia uses Skins, by the way).

Compression garments are perfect for:

-- Racers, both mountain and road. A two-race weekend will feel a lot better when your legs can bounce back quickly from a hard effort on day one.
-- Triathletes. What better way to recover from strenuous brick workouts than using compression to remove lactic acid?
-- Anybody who wants to ride stronger and recover faster.

Click this link for more information, or stop in and check out the Skins product line. We have long tights and longsleeve shirts for men. Longsleeve shirts, long tights, and capri tights for women. Unisex sox and sleeves.

We're Making Ca'razy Deals!!!

before they're gone!
Only 1 set of these left in the store.

Bontrager 2008 Aeolus Wheelset
Regularly $2,800 NOW $1,999

Monday, January 18, 2010

Help Us Help You!

We would like to hear your feedback from your recent visit or visits with The Trek Bike Store of St. Louis so that we may be able to better suit you with your needs! Please share your thanks, thoughts, or concerns by clicking the link below or visiting our home page at and selecting our link on the left side.
Thanks for your support and we look forward to your comments.

-Trek St. Louis staff

Friday, January 08, 2010


If you've ever wanted to order a P1 and not have to pay for 12 months now is your final opportunity to do so. This financing option is going away forever at the end of this month...
Take advantage NOW.
Must qualify for financing. Offer expires January 31, 2010. Some restrictions apply.
See store for details.