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  • QuickBody Bootcamp
    When Drasko Raicevic was growing up, he practiced martial arts and worked out up to two times per day. Yet, looking back, he still describes himself as a “chubby kid.” It wasn’t until he changed his eating habits that he realized it takes more than sweat to achieve weight loss. This observation became the foundation of his program at QuickBody Bootcamp. The three-tiered approach combines indoor boot-camp-style workouts with dietary improvements and dedicated coaching to keep trainees motivated to reach their goals.
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    5033 Maingate Drive
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Cyclepath
    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.
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    2106 Yonge St
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Cyclemotive
    Cyclemotive houses an expansive stock of bicycles from brands such as Giant, Argon 18, Scott, Felt, and Wilier, as well as gear and accessories. Its racks of products include helmets from Bern and Louis Garneau, gloves from POC, and saddles from Brooks, all awaiting the chance to feel the wind rush over them as their owners' cycles speed down city streets or over rocky trails. Transports in need of mechanical TLC find solace in the expert hands of an on-staff technician, who gladly lubricates moving parts and tightens loose bolts to prevent riders from accidentally unicycling.
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    156 Bathurst St.
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Bikes On Wheels
    Named one of the best bike stores in toronto by blogTO and best bicycle store by NOW, Bikes On Wheels continues to earn accolades by providing top-notch cycling services. The shop?s velocipede-whisperers begin the tune-up with a thorough cable and drive-chain cleaning and lubing. Surgical adjustments are made to the tension of the brakes, ensuring riders can stop on a dime, pick it up, and buy a Chiclet without ever dismounting. Derailleurs are inspected and rebuffed to transform sticky gears into smooth shifters. Wobbly wheels undergo a minor truing process and inflation to increase pedal-pumping efficiency and ease momentum retention, and the bearing systems such as hubs, bottom bracket, headset, and star-plotting for warp-speed mode receive adjustments. After the oscillator?s overhaul, patrons can get back to the asphalt jungle?s convenient bike lanes, assured of a well-maintained machine.
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    309 Augusta Avenue
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Openmat Mixed Martial Arts
    OpenMat is a gym for everyone. We warmly welcome beginners and you will never feel intimidated or forgotten here. OpenMat has a structured beginners curriculum that teaches the fundamentals of BJJ, Muay Thai and MMA so whether you've trained for 10 years or you've never trained a day in your life, You're Welcome here!
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    593 Yonge St
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Skiis & Biikes
    In 1980, Paul Montgomery's ski shop—along with everything in it—burned to the ground. All of his hopes and dreams, reduced to ash. As a teenager, Paul had tuned skis in a neighbourhood ski shop. After earning a degree in computer science, he decided to forego the fast-paced lifestyle of the tech industry—with its outsized salaries and lascivious solicitations from Ms. Pac-Man—and open a 900-square-foot ski shop adjacent to a ski lodge. And that's when he lost everything. But just four days after the fire, he decided he would continue to sell skis out of his home. As it turned out, many of the ski-club members had lost their gear when the lodge burned down, and they flocked to his home in droves. In one weekend, he'd sold more skis than he had in the previous year. In the decades that followed, Paul struggled through financial difficulties and recurring nightmares about teaching dinosaurs to ski, but continued to expand the business he had once nearly lost. Today, Skiis & Biikes boasts five locations across the country and more than 50,000 square feet of skiing, snowboarding, and cycling necessities. More than 100 dedicated staff members channel their love of outdoor recreation into the kind of dedicated salesmanship that has earned the shop its hard-won success.
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    896 Don Mills Rd
    North York, ON CA