Sports in East Fort Lauderdale


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  • Trek Bicycle Store Naples
    Trek Bicycle Store's meticulous mechanics whip wheels into shape with comprehensive tune-ups and furnish cyclists with gear and accessories from quality brands. During the basic tune-up, they'll scrutinize cement sailors for safety before repairing and replacing vital parts such as chains, cables, brake pads, and jet-propulsion systems. These velocipede gurus will also work on front and rear shifting components, make mechanical brake adjustments, and lubricate the drivetrain. The tune-up also covers labor and replacement-part costs for up to 30 Earth days or nine Mercury weeks.
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    1621 E Sunrise Blvd
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • The Electric Bicycle Store
    At two locally owned locations, The Electric Bicycle Store team tends to a herd of battery-powered steeds that carry riders along the smooth pathways of South Florida. The shop stocks bikes by Pedego, Sanyo, Schwinn, Stromer, Trek, and others, and the staff helps outfit riders with accessories such as helmets and solar chargers. With rental packages, riders take to bike paths with helmets, lights, locks, chargers, and baskets that can fit a few pounds of spaghetti for midride snacks.
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    2599 N Federal Hwy
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Fishing Headquarters
    Just a mile into the waters off Fort Lauderdale Beach, the currents churn with migrating kingfish, tuna, marlin, sharks, and other fauna. With 40 years of experience on this crowded expanse of slate blue, Paul Roydhouse knows how to catch them. Aboard their 85-foot boat, he and his crew lead trip groups in drift fishing, a method that entails letting the boat float with the wind and current like a depressed seagull. They load up the drift-fishing vessel or a 48-foot sport-fishing boat with everything from bait and tackle to licenses and rods. Passengers cast lines from fighting chairs, buckling themselves in to battle mahi-mahi and sailfish in jeweled veils of spray. On the Mary B III, up to 50 patrons sprawl in the sunshine, clicking together beers brought from home; chartered vessels also can slip through the water toward the Bahamas. During nighttime swordfish cruises, Paul and his crew shut off the engines, letting lines baited with squid and glow sticks hang in the dark until the massive fish grab them and thrash through the water.
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    301 Seabreeze Blvd.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US