Cycling in New Haven


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  • Trek Bicycle Store of Fairfield
    Trek Bicycle Store of Fairfield and Trek Women beam with a brand-new glass and brick visage, behind which bike-handlers preside over an expansive stable of Trek-brand two-wheeled steeds as well as the tools necessary to keep bikes running at full bore. The staff help customers navigate through a maze of hybrids, road-touring, triathlon, and mountain bikes saddled to the specifications of a range of age levels. Shelves buckle under the weight of bicycle pats, accessories, and apparel for male and female cyclists. Headlights dissuade foreign objects from collision, accessory bags keep electronics secure, Bontrager and Pearl Izumi’s leather and gel gloves protect hands, and Capo’s breathable fabric tops keep skin cool during pulse-pounding rides and volcano-jumping stunts. To keep older bikes riding like their newer cousins, the store’s technicians pamper rides with a comprehensive regimen of equipment checks, adjustments, and cleaning in a range of bike tune-ups, ensuring sailing as smooth as a freshly buttered pair of roller skates.
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    1215 Post Rd.
    Fairfield, CT US
  • The Devil's Gear Bike Shop
    The friendly team of peddling professionals at Devil's Gear include certified mechanics who diagnose the aches and pains of bi-cycles in a repair assessment, before administering the required TLC to get it up and running as faithfully as the day it followed you home. The shop's expertise in everything from flats to proper fit adjustment, as well as their ability to service bikes of every make, model, age, and blood type helps explain why they've earned the title of New Haven's Best Bike Shop 2010 by readers of The New Haven Advocate. While this deal is good toward labor services only, Devil's Gear also offers a fleet of rentable bikes ($25.99 a day) to keep cycle-dependent riders from spinning their wheels until their precious velocipedes get back on their feet, though most repairs can be completed in one day.
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    151 Orange St
    New Haven, CT US
  • Connecticut Experiental Learning Center
    At Connecticut Cycle Center, indoor spinning classes or triathlon training with coach Kelli Montgomery beckon students to wheel in their own bikes and affix them to cycling apparatuses. Both classes and training sessions emulate outdoor adventures thanks to ErgVideo and CompuTrainer systems, which mimic famous routes on TV screens. Virtual Tour de France inclines or Spanish plains challenge cyclists to push their endurance to the brink as they mingle with peers. Classes, like the art of hanging out in an operating laundry machine, range from beginner base spins to high-power interval training. Feedback after each session charts your ascent to fitness. High-quality Apex bikes are available for rental and can be taken to nearby roads for an alfresco adventure.
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    28 School Street
    Branford, CT US
  • Cheshire Cycle
    The technicians at Cheshire Cycle know bikes inside and out, not only because they repair them on a daily basis, but also because they spend hours and hours riding them. The adventuresome crew even sponsors a road-racing team that took home more than 50 top finishes in 2012 alone. They couple this insider knowledge with advanced technology to perform like-a-glove fittings and offer services that range from basic tune-ups to total overhauls. Their shop stocks reputable brands, including bikes by Scott, Jamis Bicycles, and Stolen BMX and clothing by designers such as Louis Garneau, Fox, and Pearl Izumi. Whatever bikes or equipment the staff don't have on the shelves they can order from a catalog supplier or have the elves in the backroom make from scratch.
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    3550 Whitney Ave
    Hamden, CT US
  • Paddleworks at Harborside Marina
    The attendants at Paddleworks equip patrons with paddle, paddleboards, and life jackets then sends them out onto the calm waters of Clinton Harbor. But folks who need a little guidance can rest easy. Before novices begin a paddling session, they offer complimentary safety instructions before rentals; or a full lesson for $25 a person. For people who have their sea legs squarely underneath them, Paddleworks offers events and classes. Clients can jump into anything from SUP yoga lessons and races to bootcamp. Committed paddlers also look into purchasing equipment of their own from the shop, which is stocked with gear from brands such as Surftech, Pau Hana, Quick Blade, Dakine, and GoPro.
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    131 Grove Street
    Clinton, CT US
  • Bike Discounters
    The two-wheeler wizards of Bike Discounters stock bicycles for all types of terrain from top manufacturers such as Schwinn, Redline, and Giant. They keep steeds streetwise with general cycle maintenance—including tire installations, gear adjustments, and wheel truing—as well as tune-ups and a shrine of Say No to Potholes bumper stickers. The shop also carries an extensive array of accessories, from Thule car carriers to Louis Garneau helmets and CamelBak hydration systems.
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    427 Route 25A
    Rocky Point, NY US

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