If you just joined a new gym or yoga studio, head to your next workout in style with a brand new outfit from Ride Extreme Sports.
Pick out a vehicle you can rely on, such as scooters and mopeds and motorcycles, and enjoy the benefits of a new whip.
Ride Extreme Sports is located in a prime location surrounded by various parking options.
When you need a last-minute activity for the whole family, Heavy Pedal Bicycles in Manitowoc has you covered.
Heavy Pedal Bicycles patrons can pull into a space on the street when searching for parking at the S 8th St location.
Cater to your sweet side with help from ice cream shop The Buffalo Grove Cycle and Ice Cream Emporium, a lovely addition to the Buffalo Grove neighborhood of Buffalo Grove.
Fed up with difficult parking? At The Buffalo Grove Cycle and Ice Cream Emporium, you will find easy nearby parking and good eats.
When you are craving a creamy treat, swing by The Buffalo Grove Cycle and Ice Cream Emporium and scoop up some ice cream.
The Capitol Pedaler was designed and built by a Dutchman in bicycle-happy Amsterdam before arriving in Madison to whisk travelers around town in eco-friendly style. Lovingly referred to as “The Big Red Bike”, it adopted its signature hue state-side in honor of the Wisconsin Badgers, and frequently takes breaks from escorting pub-crawlers and wedding parties to ferry fans on game day. Capable of accommodating up to 14 passengers, with the recommended group size of at least six–eight pedalers the vehicle typically cruises at 5–7 miles per hour—the perfect speed for drag racing local steamrollers.
Prechosen routes include excursions to the zoo or the Old Sugar Distillery, making up to three preselected stops en route at local bars, public parks, and coffee shops. While alcoholic drinks aren’t allowed on the foot-powered party bus, passengers are welcome to bring their own snacks and nonalcoholic drinks to enjoy between stops, and can blast premade playlists of party songs or favorite commercial jingles courtesy of an on-board stereo with iPod and mp3-player connections.
First a teacher, and then a stay-at-home mom, Melissa Spredemann turned to indoor cycling to help her get into shape. With 12 years of experience under her belt, she decided to become certified to teach others the exercise form she loved so much. Just one year into teaching, she knew she wanted to pursue her passion full-time, so she opened Velocity Cycling Studio to share stationary cycling's benefits with others. She handpicked a team of instructors, each chosen for their commitment, enthusiasm, and innate ability to bike while not covering any distance. Melissa made the conscious decision to open a niche gym, focusing on indoor cycling and only indoor cycling. In the studio, an army of Spinner NXT bikes with SPD clips seats students as they bike through poses, drills, and movements designed to mimic outdoor riding. Thumping tunes pump up pupils as they ride, keeping them motivated to pedal to the upbeat tempos. Unlike big-box gyms and arranged friendships, Velocity Cycling Studio never requires a contract—guests simply pay per ride.