Performance Bicycles is the bicycle superstore. Located in 19 states, they are an authority on all of your bicycle needs. Come into their North Austin location for friendly service, large selections, and professional advice. At Performance Bicycles, customers are guaranteed to find great prices and friendly service. In fact, Performance Bicycles will price match online and competitor pricing. Whether it’s a bike, some accessories or an emergency fix, customers are impressed by the prices and service they receive. It is their focus on great pricing and great service that keeps customers coming back.
Trying out for a new sports league? Check out the selection of goodies at Performance Bicycle in San Antonio and show up to your tryout prepared.
Shop for comfortable and fashionable fitness attire for men and women at Performance Bicycle and head to your next workout in style.
You'll find an amazing selection of mountain bikes here, perfect for conquering the most rugged terrain.
There is great parking nearby for customers.
When you're working on your fitness, you'll definitely want accessories and apparel from Performance Bicycle.
Tired of being indoors? Head to Salado Creek Greenway in San Antonio and enjoy a fun-filled day at the park.
Wandering souls would be best to visit this park for any one of their A+ dishes.
Tots are more than welcome to hang with their parents at this park.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Green grass, clear skies, and warm rays of sun await you at Salado Creek Greenway's leisurely park.
A humble personal blog can start a movement.
Take Kash Shaikh's blog, for example. When he started it, he was a business executive traveling around the world. He poured his passion for writing into a travel blog that he dubbed #Besomebody. Not only did people read it—they began sharing tales about their own passions on Twitter, under the #Besomebody hashtag.
Today, Shaikh is the CEO of the #Besomebody movement, headquartered in Austin. His team's mission? To encourage people to pursue what they love, whether they're artists, athletes, or adventurers. Shaikh and his associates go about this in numerous ways, sometimes with gorgeous graffiti murals in locales from Dallas to Amsterdam, and sometimes with epic events. Their weekend-long 2014 conference features inspirational speakers such as an Olympic gold medalist and an ultra runner, both of whom followed their dreams without getting lost in the Nether, the land where nightmares are born.
Spokefly strives to make biking the most efficient way to get around town. Created and maintained by community members, the self-sustaining bike-sharing program harnesses the power of smartphone technology to put idle bikes to work in cities across the U.S. Through the Spokefly app, bike owners can list their unused bikes and earn money based on how often their bike is ridden. Riders, meanwhile, can rent bikes on demand.
After choosing their two-wheeled steed—which will be locked up at a nearby rack—riders simply unlock it, pedal it wherever they'd like, and then re-lock it on another rack. To ensure the process goes smoothly, Spokefly's app also has check-in and check-out features, enabling owners and riders to keep track of which bikes are available and which decided to go AWOL and get a job with the postal service.
Barton Springs Bike Rental outfits fun seekers for bike rides across Austin's historic pathways and scenic landscapes. The shop dispenses single-speed beach cruisers to riders along with lights, baskets, locks, and access to roadside assistance in the event of a flat tire or never-ending parade of ducklings crossing the road. The crew's routes include the 90-minute Peace, Love & Zilker Tour—an easy jaunt past sights such as the Auditorium Shores, the old railroad bridge, and Barton Springs Pool—and the Congress Avenue Bat Tour, an evening trek to witness the world's largest colony of urban bats. Guides narrate the history and significance of local sights, giving guests plenty of opportunities to stop and snap pictures or refill their bicycle’s feedbag.