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  • Wheel & Sprocket
    Chris Kegel started at Wheel & Sprocket in 1973, two weeks after the bike shop opened. Back then, he was a bike mechanic, but over the past four decades, as the bike shop grew to multiple locations, Chris worked his way up. Today, he's Wheel & Sprocket's CEO, and keeps the company true to its founding goal: making bike rides more fun. Wheel & Sprocket does that not only by selling bikes in more than 18 categories, but also by taking care of them. Its mechanics can repair any bike they sell, and they also offer comfort-enhancing bike fittings. Every week, they also highlight cycling's social aspect by hosting group bike rides, which unlike the name implies, doesn't involve everyone piling onto one bicycle.
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    6940 N Santa Monica Blvd.
    Fox Point, WI US
  • SPiN Milwaukee
    SPiN Milwaukee is known for its fashionable decor and trendy American cuisine. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at SPiN Milwaukee, though, so plan to indulge a bit. Drinks are also on the menu here, so guests can start the night off right. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at SPiN Milwaukee. Make sure to check out SPiN Milwaukee's happy hour for a great way to decompress from the workday. Find ample room to enjoy yourself at SPiN Milwaukee — this spot caters to large groups. Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the restaurant is rather noisy. The restaurant can fill to capacity on the weekends, so don't forget to call ahead to reserve your table. Show up in sneakers or a suit at SPiN Milwaukee, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from SPiN Milwaukee as well. Street parking is easy to find near the restaurant. Or, if you don't want to circle the block, valet parking is also available. A typical meal at SPiN Milwaukee will set you back less than $30. SPiN Milwaukee accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
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    233 E Chicago St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Game Master
    The affable staff at GameMaster leads customers through a neon-lit showroom populated by billiards, foosball, and air-hockey tables for infinite in-home revelry. Pool balls fly across blue felt on the multipurpose Phoenix billiard table, which transforms into table tennis or a slide-hockey platform with a simple kiss from a frog. The sleek, modern Tucson billiard table reunites players with precious orbs through a league-style ball return, and pucks glide across the sleek, white, 7-foot Detroit air-hockey table, adding numbers to an inlaid LED scoring screen. Alternatively, the Calgary air-hockey table boasts an air-flow of 80 cubic feet per minute and an LCD electronic scorer. Inside the Maverick foosball table?s sturdy mahogany cabinet, counterbalanced wooden figures make daring saves as human players twist quick-grip handles. Customers can also learn to hit small targets or fasten pins to distant lapels by perusing the shops' selection of dart cabinets ($79.95+) and dart cases ($16.50+).
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    3125 S 108th St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Crank Daddy's
    Crank Daddy's garnered a Top 100 Retailer ranking in 2009 from Bicycle Retailer and Industry News for its deep understanding of the bicycle anatomy. The store reserves 4,000 square feet of space to doctor bikes with the expert hands of a mechanic with years of cycle know-how. The Phat Daddy tune-up treatment gives a bike a thorough makeover that reaches from your brakes all the way into the bottom bracket, your bike's metaphorical and literal brain. For a full list of the services included, see the list to the right.
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    2170 N Prospect Ave
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Ray's Indoor Mountain Bike Park - Milwaukee
    Back in 2004, Ray Petro did something seemingly impossible: he built a mountain inside a Cleveland warehouse. He and his biking buddies filled an old building with jump lines, teeter-totters, and plenty of wooden track, forming a complex that Bicycling Magazine has called a "rideable version of Chutes and Ladders". The original Ray's MTB helped kick off a wave of popularity for indoor bike parks across the country, a trend that gave Ray a chance to open a second location in Milwaukee. Mountain and BMX bikers now jump and roll over both parks' multiple-tiered courses for beginner to expert skill levels, which include sport-riding sections and foam pits ready to catch the biggest of air. Ray and his teams encourage people to bring their own gear, though they rent bikes and loan out helmets, elbow pads, and shin guards free of charge. While some jumps and foam pits stay open year-round, much of Ray's MTB is a winter-only attraction. This lets Ray's team redesign their course every year, and it encourages mountain bikers to go outside where they can enjoy nature and all of the new soda flavors that have been discovered.
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    8365 North 76th Street
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Ben's Cycle
    Ben?s Cycle is owned by Vince Hanoski, the grandson of founder Ben Hanoski who started the business in 1928. It can be hard to measure more than 80 years of bike-business expertise, but in bike parts, it comes out to more than 10,000. That's how many frames, wheels, full bikes, and other items are continually stocked in the Ben's Cycle shop. In addition to the gear, skilled technicians are on hand to fit and tune-up their customers' rides. Their internet business sports over 30,000 products available on top of an experienced bike fitter as well as sales and service staff.
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    1018 W Lincoln Ave.
    Milwaukee, WI US
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