Trek Bicycle Store aspires to be the core of the cycling community, and its staff exhibits a company-wide passion for wheeled recreation through its services, knowledge, and extensive inventory. Inside Trek stores, riders browse all-purpose bikes including those for road cycling, triathlons, and kids. In addition, clothing and accessories from manufacturers such as Garmin, Shimano, and Bontrager fill hangers and shelves. Trek's experts tweak and twist parts during basic tune-ups and major overhauls, and their professional fitting service ensures every customer maintains a high level of comfort, even in rare cases where their bike ends up riding them. When not dishing out advice or making repairs, Trek leads several group rides and outings per week.
If you turned off the music in the spinning room of Go Legs Cycle Studio, you'd think you were in the middle of a raging windstorm. An instructor sits at the head of the dimly lit room, encouraging students up mountains and navigating them down winding paths as the two 92-inch video screens play music videos. Students control their own resistance and speed, enabling cyclists of all levels to pump away on the pedals together.
With 1,800 square feet of retail space, The Broken Niblick Golf Shop is stocked and loaded with name-brand golf accessories to help propel dimpled spheroids across a variety of sand-trapped terrains. Drivers ($129–$399) and putters ($69–$299) help club-swingers tuck golf balls safely to bed, while bags ($70–$199) and pull-carts ($49–$199) provide gung-ho golfers with fully mobile orb-launching arsenals. Repair your broken golf clubs or find the fairway with a range finder ($199–$399) and protect looking-globes with sunglasses ($29–$39), blocking out harmful UV rays, offensive plaids, and the terrifying gaze of a ball-eating clown.
A certified repair shop serving all makes and models, 58th Street Customs builds and maintains gleaming, two-wheeled roadsters for future sessions of pavement-carving. Low-riding choppers and high-end sport bikes stop in for services such as basic tune-ups, brake service, or a detailing of chrome-plated piping. Mechanics restyle bikes in accordance with stylistic preference or the reading of tea leaves floating in a mug of oil, in addition to adorning cycles with dramatic and custom paint jobs.
The experts at 58th Street Customs can partner with an extensive list of name-brand vendors such as West Coast Choppers and MGS to find a missing part, or use these vast resources to design and piece together a singular, one-off bike design. The gearhead utopia welcomes all vehicles in the motorcycle family, including any scrappy little scooter or Yamaha that thinks it's a piano.