Sports in Danville


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  • The Runners Forum
    Feet are in good hands at The Runners Forum. The entire staff is composed of specially trained athletes who hold degrees in wellness-related fields such as exercise physiology and nutrition. When it comes to footwear, the team strives for a perfect fit, assessing customers' gaits in-store and testing out different styles and brands before settling on a shoe. Shelves display the latest wares from renowned footwear brands including Asics, Mizuno, and Adidas, as well as Runners Forum–brand apparel and running accessories. In addition to running gear, the shop also offers swimwear and bike maintenance, repair, and fittings.
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    8100 E. US 36, Suite 6
    Avon, IN US
  • T3 Cycling & Triathlon
    The staff at T3 Cycling & Triathlon knows that a bicycle's fit is crucial to performance and comfort—and so, rather than eyeball how a road or triathlon bike meshes with its prospective owner, they rely on a more precise system. Aided by the Retül system, which uses motion-capture video with 3D LED tracking to measure body angles and movements, they precision-fit customers to their own bike or to a bike make and model of their choice. Chances are they'll have that bike in-house: the store carries recreational and competition road and triathlon bikes from brands such as Felt, Guru, Quintana Roo, Cervelo, BMC, and LOOK. The house mechanics' steady hands also repair bikes during tune-ups or can perform a complete overhaul with cable and bearing replacements.
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    2508 E 146th St
    Carmel, IN US
  • Indy Acres Paintball
    Players at Indy Acres Paintball are really only limited by their imaginations. Experiences here range from traditional speedball to nighttime play in an arena filled with trailers and bunkers. And those searching for an even more immersive battle can put their skills to good use while extracting a hostage from a two-bedroom home in the Scenario Shack.
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    7225 E Raymond St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Skier's Edge
    Every now and then, snow enthusiast Tiberius the Siberian husky can be found roaming through aisles of skis, snowboards, skateboards, and wakeboards at Skier's Edge. Though the friendly store dog may not be able to lend any advice on how or where to use the equipment, his owners and friends are more than happy to help. At Skier's Edge, the water, snow, and skate specialists are eager to help customers with advice and equipment for enjoying the outdoors. They carry gear for snowboarding and downhill skiing, as well as skateboards, longboards, wakeboards, hoverboards, and waterskis. They also stock a range of helmets, gloves, boots, and jackets.
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    7213 E 87th St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Divers' Supply Indy
    The crack-team of instructors at Divers' Supply Indy hold a staggering roster of certifications to train folks for nearly any sub-aquatic ambitions they might have. People looking to get a taste of breathing underwater can pop in for a three-hour intro, and get in some dive-time before the end of the afternoon. More advanced aquanauts can get certifications in everything from oxygen first aid provider to underwater photography or underwater hunting.
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    8017 E Washington St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Circle City Bicycles
    Circle City Bicycles traces its origins all the way to 1922, when original proprietor George Dudgeon turned a childhood obsession with cycling into a career by transforming an old chicken coop into Supreme Bicycle Shop. By the time George died in 2004 at the ripe old age of 100, he left behind a legacy of friendly, personal service and fruitful partnerships with former-stockboy-turned-owner Roy Keller and business associates and cycling enthusiasts Pete Benner and Ed Pope. The current owners ensure George’s passion for bikes lives on through an enthusiastic promotion of local activities, such as assistant manager Bill Hannah’s 28-mile training rides or the Columbus, Indiana Beer Ride. Riders can gear up for workouts and commutes with college cycling jerseys, water bottles, and Gore-Tex socks before speeding down the highway on Scott aluminum-frame roadsters or zooming under subway turnstiles on recumbent bikes.
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    5506 Madison Avenue
    Indianapolis, IN US
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