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  • Play it Again Sports Seattle
    Since 1989, Play It Again Sports has been keeping sports green, recycling gently used athletic equipment into new-to-you gear. Products from brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Wilson make up each store's enormous selection of new and recycled gear, which is replenished daily with goods for a wide selection of sports that range from baseball and football to snowboarding, skiing, and ice skating. 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. Knowledgeable staffers man each location, ready to answer questions, arrange gear deliveries or pickups, and even sharpen skates or wax snowboards. To ensure their stock remains robust, they also encourage athletes to collect their lightly used gear—including bicycles—and bring it into a local store to either sell or trade. For more than 15 years, the company’s Seattle outpost has fused the best aspects of a family-owned business and a national franchise. The friendly staffers can pinpoint the best gear for hitting nearby ski slopes, but they're also able to tap into a nationwide stock of new and gently used sporting goods.
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    1304 Stewart St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cycle U
    Anyone can be a student at Cycle University, but only the best of the best can win a teaching position there. Before they even start, each certified coach must have spent at least a year teaching, raced for four years at the highest of levels, and mastered at least one racing discipline, such as mountain, cyclocross, or road racing. All this experience puts the trainers in a good position to lead the school's private cycling sessions. It also qualifies them to lead the group lessons, which consist of both indoor sessions for building endurance and outdoor road classes for improving cornering, braking, and climbing technique. Back at Cycle University's bike shop, the staff sells new gear and makes repairs so that riders don't have to piece together a new bike from rocks and rubber cement.
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    4550 Fauntleroy Way SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Evolution Innovations
    Owned and operated by veteran competitive swimmer David Tait, Evo Swim School leads fun, structured classes that tutor young pupils in the watery arts. The classes start swimmers at a young age, introducing babes as young as 9 months to the water, and range up to lessons in advanced strokes that prep 12-year-olds for competitive swimming. The school sets parents' minds at ease with low student-to-teacher ratios; entry level and intermediate classes have one instructor in the pool for every four students. During classes, parents are free to relax in the WiFi-enabled waiting room, where pool-overlooking windows provide an easy way to keep an eye on paddling young'uns. A kids' play area is also on hand to keep water-shy siblings and rust-prone sibling bots occupied while their amphibious brethren frolic in the water.
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    122 NW 36th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Sailing Club
    For more than 45 years, Seattle Sailing Club has made sailing into both a sport and a social event. Club members have access to a fleet of 28 boats, from small keelboats to 40-footers, which they can take out on Puget Sound at their leisure. Membership levels allow for unlimited day sailing or a pay-as-you-go arrangement, as well as overnight sailing for captains who have memorized where all the stop signs are. New sailors and weathered seadogs alike can sign up for lessons taught by licensed instructors, as well as pick up the latest gear. And the club emphasizes the community aspect of boating as well?members frequently come together for races, parties, and group flotillas.
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    7001 Seaview Ave NW, Ste 130
    Seattle, WA US
  • Second Ascent
    The Second Ascent staff works diligently to repair cycles, assemble skis, and outfit customers with gear and apparel for all backcountry and outdoor pursuits. They stock and fold apparel from brands such as Patagonia and Vibram FiveFingers to dress adventurers from head to toe, and accessorize them with essential equipment such as headlamps, chalk bags, and backpacks. Technicians in both the full-service bike shop and onsite ski shop repair and tune cycles and skis to help customers ride more smoothly. And the other members of the well-traveled staff remain eager to assist and answer any questions about appropriate adventure equipment, conditions, and the safest way to tickle a napping grizzly.
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    5209 Ballard Avenue Northwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Gregg's Cycle
    Gregg's Cycle has been bike-riders' resource since 1932. Now owned by its third generation of Greggs, the shop occupies multiple locations, and has occupied a well-worn page in cyclists' address books for decades. From car mount to cog, customers appreciate the store's extensive array of gear, apparel, and bicycles. Those troubleshooting or maintaining their rides, meanwhile, find skilled technique in the hands of Gregg's repair technicians. At the flagship location, cyclists can even rent bikes, which is helpful for those whose landlords don't want to hear the handlebars bark all night.
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    7007 Woodlawn Ave. NE
    Seattle, WA US
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