Mission: Trek believes the bicycle can be a simple solution to many of the world’s most complex problems, and is committed to breaking down the barriers that prevent people from using bicycles more often for ...
I worked at Trek Bicycle full-time
Amazing products and great people to work with.
Continuously set's industry standards with an exceptional focus on everything they do.
No cons, just keep on doing what you are doing!
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Trek Bicycle (Waterloo, WI) in November 2017.
Despite being an impressive company based on their products, Trek has one of the most disorganized and unprofessional recruiting efforts I have ever seen! Poor communication, make-it-up-as-they-go process, odd writing requests, unkept promises (about timeline), constant shuffle through various recruiters, and an excessively long interview process (nearly 3 months).
Meet Kyle. He researches and designs saddles and grips at Trek’s headquarters in Waterloo, Wisconsin. For Kyle, who completed a master’s thesis on the palm pressure of cyclists’ hands at Ohio State, Trek is the perfect fit. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQPbt
Meet Amy. Amy is a master decaler for Trek’s custom bike service, Project One. Amy's been a paint department team member at Trek for 12 years. “The people here are awesome, easy to get along with and we’ve worked with each other since we’ve started."
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