Sports Equipment in Greer


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  • Bike the Rabbit
    Bike the Rabbit nestles snuggly on the Swamp Rabbit Trail—a 17.5-mile paved way that snakes along next to the Reedy River. From their outpost, they supply visitors with high quality bike rentals so that they can enjoy the lush flora and fauna of the serene greenway. Their arsenal of bikes includes touring bikes, kids bikes, and bikes with baby seats from brands such as Motobecane, Gravity, and Ozone. Their service department also offers comprehensive tune-ups, detailing, and replacement and repair of parts.
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    1021 S. Main St.
    Greenville, SC US
  • Reedy Rides
    Family-owned and -operated, Reedy Rides allows guests to test out their selection of bikes on a solo ride through Greenville or the 17.5-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail.
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    12 W McBee Ave
    Greenville, SC US
  • Youngblood Bicycles
    Youngblood Bicycles' staff of avid cyclists fine-tune two-wheeled steeds with expert service and outfit riders in gear from pro brands, including Bell, Hincapie, Giro, and more. Veteran mechanics can call upon their bike-whispering skills to fix flats ($17), provide tune-ups ($65), or prevent bicycles that operate too well from becoming self-aware. Helpful pedal-pushers can also employ their passion for cycling to capably guide buyers through any purchase. A stylish logo jersey ($90) and pair of bib shorts ($110) by Hincapie keep riders sleek, aerodynamic, and in compliance with modesty laws, and a protective Bell Influx helmet ($65) shields your thoughts from divebombing carrier pigeons.
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    233 Merrimon Ave
    Asheville, NC US
  • Push Skate Shop
    Push Skateshop, which TransWorld Skateboarding recognized as "Shop of the Month" in December 2007, fuses a full-service skateshop with a contemporary art gallery. It adorns its walls with belly-up decks ($35?$60), some of which are the shop?s own line and all of which are painted with museum-worthy motifs. Riders who select a deck can affix trucks ($45?$65), bearings ($11?$55), wheels (most are $30?$35), and sidecars for squirrels. Lest skaters lack the proper fashion for freestyling, Push Skateshop flatters feet with more than 75 kinds of shoes and protects men's and women's bodies with stylish asphalt armor from more than 50 brand-names, including Zero, Krooked, Planet Earth, Volcom, RVCA, Matix, and Emerica.
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    25 Patton Ave
    Asheville, NC US
  • Rock Hill Bike Shop
    Rock Hill Bike Shop’s team of cycling enthusiasts helps new and experienced bicyclists adjust to their new modes of wheeled transportation. Inside, you’ll find bicycles by Giant, QuintanaRoo, and other top brands, as well as scooters by MGP and skateboards by Alien Workshop—all more reliable ways to travel than hooking a shopping cart to a passing ice cream truck. Complement your new ride by picking out sunglasses, lights and reflectors, pumps, and other accessories in Rock Hill’s inventory.
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    1636 Ebenezer Road
    Rock Hill, SC US
  • Charlotte B-cycle
    Think of Charlotte B-Cycle sort of like a library?except instead of lending out books, the program lends out 200 cool blue three speeds from 24 stations throughout the city. To take one for a spin, bikers just need a membership, which covers unlimited rides (30 or 60 minutes each depending on the membership type) for durations ranging from one day to one year. Member card in hand, participants can unlock any bike and pedal to various locations, dropping their ride off at the nearest bike share station when they're done. This program might sound reminiscent of bike share programs in New York, Chicago, and other major cities?because it is. Stations are located throughout Uptown and the surrounding neighborhoods, from JCSU to Freedom Park.
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    Multiple Locations
    Charlotte, NC US
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