Women's Cycling & TrekHP
TrekHP is your destination for women's cycling, with a wide selection of the best and most comfortable bikes, riding clothing, helmets, shoes, and more. Our stores are staffed with you in mind – whether you're hopping on a bike for the first time, or are a seasoned bike racer. This page is meant to serve as a guide – packed with all the essentials, from our favorite local routes to what to wear. All things women's cycling, all in one place.
• Meet Trek Women's Adovocate •
Number of bikes: 6 – 3 road, 1 gravel, 1 fattie, 1 cross
Trek Women’s Advocate: Since September 2018
Favorite type of ride: Group road rides
Skills working on: Mountain biking on single track
Sheri has loved cycling all her life & became a true roadie about 25 years ago. She has competed in time trials and triathlons, but also likes to slow things down on a fat bike.
Sheri became an advocate to get more people to join the sport of cycling, especially women. To empower women – particularly those over 50 – to embrace their bodies & fitness.
Sheri is also a contributing writer and product reviewer for RoadBikeRider.com. So, if you have gear questions, she has tested a lot of products.
Sheri hosts a number of events, clinics and rides each month at the TrekHP store. Feel free to contact her if you have any questions about cycling, clothing, the best bike for your riding style, or where to ride. Or anything else that involves two wheels! Also, share your ideas with her regarding future activities.
– Sheri's Cycling Journey –
WHAT'S A WOMEN'S BIKE?
Let’s get one thing straight:
A women’s bike is any bike a woman rides.
Trek offers over 50 models with touchpoints like saddles and handlebars designed specifically for women. But the reality is that all women are different: some women will like the fit and feel of women’s-specific touchpoints, and some will prefer the fit and feel of a unisex model. What matters is what feels best to you. Women’s or unisex, Trek bikes are built with the same performance frames, drivetrains, and suspension. Because that’s the way it should be.Shop Bikes