Sports Equipment in University Park


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  • Brave New Wheel
    Brave New Wheel's passionate bike people perform meticulous feats of maintenance, customization, and repair work in a shop lined with new and vintage bikes. During the basic tune-up, the shop's experienced bike whisperers change the oil before the oil changes them and then rotate the tires to ensure even wear. The service then concludes with an all-over polish, leaving the cycle as shiny as a freshly minted nickel dipped in a puddle of stars.
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    105 E Myrtle St
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Lee's Cyclery
    Since its 1963 debut, Lee's Cyclery has aided athletes in their quests for comfortable bikes and high-quality cycling accessories. Before customers pick out a bike, employees conduct fittings that could affect the customer’s bicycle selection and help evaluate a person's ability to warn fellow cyclists of wormholes lurking ahead. Riders then choose from a variety of brand-name cycles from companies such as Trek, which created the two-wheeler that made Lance Armstrong a champion, and Electra, which crafts stylish and comfortable commuter bikes. Patrons can take roadsters for test drives before committing to a purchase, and all bike purchases include a free tune-up and a lifetime's worth of adjustments. The shop also carries biking accessories and gear, including high-performance racing apparel from Pearl Izumi. Lee’s Cyclery lets customers practice wheelies in Riding 101, a two-part bike-safety class that combines classroom learning with on-the-road practice. Meanwhile, the service department happily performs 26-point inspections and routine tune-ups to keep axles spinning more smoothly than the spindles of Rumpelstiltskin's BMX bike.
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    202 W Laurel St
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Cranknstein
    A tasty bagel spot, Cranknstein serves much-needed delicious morning dough. The menu at Cranknstein does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Free wireless Internet is also available at Cranknstein, so bring your tablet or laptop along. Wanna soak up the sun? Come grab a bite at Cranknstein and sit out on their gorgeous patio. Those that prefer some music with their meal will find live tunes at Cranknstein. If you've got the car, then we've got parking for you. If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant.
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    215 N College Ave
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • SeptaCycles
    SeptaCycles converts a traditionally solitary endeavor into a group activity with seven-seater bikes that glide at up to 10 miles per hour. Designed by artist and inventor Eric Staller, the Conference Bike fans a circle of seats around the central hub where pedalers' kinetic energy and fear of advancing tricycle gangs propels the rear wheels via a motorcycle chain. This people power sends groups gliding through Old Town or toward sunny City Park. Independent free wheels allow riders to exercise feverishly or take a breather without delaying excursions, and a steering system designed by Porsche helps drivers stay on target. Hourly rentals let groups control their own course, or trained drivers can take the helm, cruising toward pit stops at local breweries such as Equinox and New Belgium or CSU’s verdant lagoon.
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    244 North College Avenue
    Fort Collins, CO US