When you think Trek, you think the brand’s not just a road car, it’s a family business
In the past year, Trek has released three generations of the Trek line of road cars.
The first two were roadsters that were basically road cars, while the last was a family of luxury roadsters.
They were the original Trek roadsters and the last Trek roadster was a luxury roadster.
But the next generation of Trek was a brand that was so different, so different from the last, that it just took off and became the brand it is today.
This is the second year we’ve been able to talk to Trek founder Tom Walker about his brand, its roots, and how it’s changing.
I’ve been a Trek fan since the early 90s, and I’ve always been intrigued by how they started the business.
When I went to university in the early 2000s, I was looking at the brand and wanted to know more about it.
That’s when I saw a couple of Trek brochures in the back of the library.
There were pictures of a couple Trek cars, but there was no one behind the wheel.
In 2001, I found out the brand was a motorcycle brand, and it was really amazing.
A lot of brands are brands, but Trek was really different, and everyone was like, ‘oh wow, that’s a brand!’
I had no idea, but I’ve been thinking about it ever since.
So, what makes a Trek car?
I was always interested in what the future held for the brand, because it was a really interesting concept that wasn’t really being realised.
We wanted to bring something really new to the table, but also be very grounded.
From the very beginning, it was very much a family brand.
It was very early on, but they had a very strong, long-lasting connection to their family.
And they really felt they were part of the community, and that they were really helping the Trek brand in some ways.
It was a very different product, but the Trek name was something that was associated with a certain age group.
People wanted to wear it, and they wanted to drive it.
So it had to be fun.
Tom Walker, Trek’s founder and chief executive, said that it was always a very young brand.
As a brand, it wasn’t designed for people aged 20-50, but it was built around people that were really into the brand.
Tom Walker, chief executive of Trek, said the brand has changed a lot in the last decade.
Now that the brand is much more family-focused, it is really important that we are keeping that brand strong, because people who don’t know us, they don’t realise how much of a brand Trek is.
You’re talking about a brand like Ferrari, where they’re very family-oriented.
What about the brand as a whole?
When we launched the first Trek in 1990, the brand wasn’t that well known.
Then the family-centric approach took over.
It’s been a big change since then.
For example, the last couple of years have been really exciting, because the brand just exploded and took off.
Trek is a family-owned company, and the brand doesn’t have a big footprint in the car world.
If you look at the brands that have gone into the luxury car space, you can see that it’s all driven by the same families.
However, in the next few years, it looks like that is changing.
In 2018, Trek is bringing back the iconic ‘trek’ badge on the front of its cars, and there will be new models and a brand new look.
Walker said it’s been great to see the company’s brand grow and evolve over the last 10 years.
“I think we’re really taking a big step forward.
I think the brands we’re seeing now are really doing it on a global scale,” he said.
Last year, we visited the headquarters of Trek to take a look at how the company is changing and growing, as well as the heritage of the brand in Australia.
More to come.