BikeSports' dedicated staff adds flair and functionality to customers' current rides, with myriad bike parts and accessories as well as more than 350 in-stock bikes. As the staff bestows thorough advice, customers may choose bike add-ons such as Profile Design bar ends ($15.99), which give hands an extra place to grab and bikes an extra place to hang their bowler hats. The lightweight Lezyne CRV 4 multi-tool ($16.99) is handy for repairs to steel steeds with three built-in Allen wrenches and a Phillips screwdriver, and Giant plush gel short-fingered gloves ($24.99) ready hands for the road's many bumps and for thumb-wrestling tolls on longer drives.
Play It Again Sports overhauls lockers with high-quality gear and rescues gently used athletic equipment from untimely retirement. Products from brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Wilson make up an all-star lineup across each store's shelves, which are replenished daily with goods for a wide selection of sports that ranges from baseball and football to snowboarding and lacrosse. Treadmills and exercise bikes equip bodies with muscular suits of armor, and pintsize and adolescent equipment arms youngsters with protective padding until they eat enough bologna to grow muscles of their own. To ensure its stock remains robust, Play It Again Sports encourages athletes to collect their lightly used gear?including bicycles?and bring it into a local store to either sell or trade.
At Girls & Guys Salon and Spa, a team of experienced hairdressers and technicians treat customers with a full suite of pampering beauty services. Treatments include haircuts, color services, facials, microdermabrasion, manicures, and laser hair removal.
A veritable corporate cycling genius, roll model, provocateur, guru and poet. Humbly driven by the solitary goal of making the world a better place thru the production and gorilla marketing of Singlespeed Components, Conversion Kits, Frames, Handlebars and any other bicycling fodder that can be sold for gross profits.
Since 1970, Bay Cycle and Sports has been spiffing up spokes and sharpening blades via the hands of an experienced staff. The 8,000-square-foot showroom contains a massive selection of bikes, hockey sticks, and bikes dressed like hockey sticks. Handlebars gleam once donned in useful accessories, such as a Sigma computer to track speed and mileage (starting at $22.99), and the release of bikes from garage dungeons calls for celebratory services, such as a minor tune-up by trained mechanics ($44.99). Bring ice slicers to their spikiest with 10 hockey skate sharpenings ($40), or check out the new Louis Garneau clothing showroom to augment a sluggish wardrobe’s whiny attitude.
Since 1994, the bike enthusiasts at Cyclepath have delivered prompt service and knowledgeable advice alongside an extensive inventory of bicycles and parts from top industry brands. Patrons can peruse the racks of bikes by Norco and Devinci or check out the lineup of parts and accessories by Shimano, Axiom, and Topeak. Cyclists in need of service and repairs can employ the expertise of the in-house mechanics. These cycling savants provide owners with a free estimate and a full run-down of the work that’s needed, ensuring that customers can stay within their budget or realize that it might be time to trade in for a penny-farthing, which costs a penny.