A husband-and-wife duo dedicated to furthering their son's BMX dreams painstakingly brought together Moe's Bikes & More, which is now an authorized MCS BMX dealer. The shop bustles cheerily with mechanics, who preside over an array of individual parts, repair jobs, and new and used rides. When cycle whisperers aren't taking wrenches to pro-series bicycles, they're tuning up customers' two-wheelers or tweaking rental bikes, which are available on an hourly or daily basis for trail rides. In an effort to give back to the local cycling community, the technicians at Moe's Bikes & More support the Fort Wayne MBX track by providing parts, repair services, and massages for stressed tires.
Taylor Rental helps create memorable graduations, company picnics, birthdays, weddings, barbeques, and more with a wide array of party supplies. Entertain guests with casino games such as blackjack ($49.50 per day) or carnival games including bingo, which comes with 100 cards, a bingo wheel, and balls ($21.50 per day). Partygoers can mingle and flirt in a forest of balloons sprouted from an assorted package of five-inch inflatables ($8.99) and filled with a tank of helium ($28, fills about 40 balloons) able to sustain squeaky voices for up to five hours.
John Klopfenstein stores, helmed by third-generation family members, furnish their customer's castles with floor coverings, home accessories, and furniture that hails from name-brand suppliers such as Ashley Furniture, La-Z-Boy, and SleepLogic. Study images of the moon’s surface for brie-rich deposits under the light of a Stein World lamp ($99.99), or rest from a hard day of computing and paperweight lifting atop a comfortable mattress pad ($79.99+) set in a stylish queen bed frame ($69.99+). To take the strain out of stretching a budget while still pulling off the perfect look for your pad, John Klopfenstein Furniture provides in-home interior-design service, dispatching a decorating guru to supply samples, take measurements, and compose an in-store display presentation from existing stock for your perusal.
Half candy shop, half quilting boutique, Chocolate Thimble handcrafts treats the old-fashioned way and takes needlework to an exceptional level of quality. Sisters Jenny Draper and Susie Hoot oversee the store's day-to-day operations, and have pooled their family's talents to create a unique fusion of stitches and sweets. On one side of the store, quality and preservative-free ingredients fuse together to form homespun candies and cupcakes that are made fresh daily. Meanwhile in the quilt shop, customers can browse woven wares and sewing supplies or participate in classes that, unlike two people trying to squeeze into the same sweater at the same time, enable friends to come together and enjoy fabrics comfortably.
Physicians, aestheticians, and massage therapists all lend their respective talents to Jon'Ric International Medical Spa, helping put clients at ease and address their health and wellness concerns. Armed with an elōs cosmetic-laser system, injectable dermal fillers, and fractional skin-resurfacing technology, the medical staffers use their extensive training to halt Father Time’s wrinkling rampage. Massage therapists employ everything from hot stones to deep-tissue modalities to soothe stress-laden musculature. To uproot hairs, aestheticians use hard and strip waxes, sugaring techniques, and Nufree applications, which can gently remove unwanted fuzz from sensitive skin or easily bruised peaches.