Mountain Biking in Jollyville


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  • Performance Bicycle
    Performance Bicycles is the bicycle superstore. Located in 19 states, they are an authority on all of your bicycle needs. Come into their North Austin location for friendly service, large selections, and professional advice. At Performance Bicycles, customers are guaranteed to find great prices and friendly service. In fact, Performance Bicycles will price match online and competitor pricing. Whether it’s a bike, some accessories or an emergency fix, customers are impressed by the prices and service they receive. It is their focus on great pricing and great service that keeps customers coming back.
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    2900 West Anderson Lane
    Austin, TX US
  • Bike World
    The expert cycle surgeons at Bike World?one of whom was voted best bike mechanic by the San Antonio Current in 2010?are masters at nursing sick duocycles back to an optimal state of road-worthiness. The thorough tune-up involves adjusting the front and rear derailleurs and brakes, truing the wheels, lubing the cables and chain, and wiping down the frame with fancy white gloves. Once your bike is as finely tuned as an instrument made of baseball cards and spokes, feel free to blaze down trails, tracks, and undiscovered shortcuts to celebrities' houses with a renewed sense of fearlessness.
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    418 N Loop 1604 E
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Salado Creek Ranch Austin
    Salado Creek Ranch boasts 100 acres of woods and meadows, best explored atop well-trained horses and accompanied by skilled guides. The Trail Boss has 20 years of experience and uses every accrued day of it to ensure that each rider is matched with a kindred horse-spirit and has a safe, enjoyable venture. Ride through open fields and acres of woodlands or hone your riding skills in the arena, all under the supportive guidance of experienced ranch hands. No need to dusty up a new cowboy hat or don a large metallic belt buckle to feign authenticity, because Salado Creek Ranch has a horse fit for any size or experience level of rider.
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    1703 Creekview Drive
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Barton Springs Bike Rental
    Barton Springs Bike Rental outfits fun seekers for bike rides across Austin's historic pathways and scenic landscapes. The shop dispenses single-speed beach cruisers to riders along with lights, baskets, locks, and access to roadside assistance in the event of a flat tire or never-ending parade of ducklings crossing the road. The crew's routes include the 90-minute Peace, Love & Zilker Tour—an easy jaunt past sights such as the Auditorium Shores, the old railroad bridge, and Barton Springs Pool—and the Congress Avenue Bat Tour, an evening trek to witness the world's largest colony of urban bats. Guides narrate the history and significance of local sights, giving guests plenty of opportunities to stop and snap pictures or refill their bicycle’s feedbag.
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    1707 Barton Springs Road
    Austin, TX US
  • Texas Running Company
    The Running Company, a store completely staffed by runners, finds people the fittingest shoes using a process similar to the one speed daters use to find future mates?taking measurements, assessing stance, and playing back video of them running on a treadmill. The shop carries top running-shoe brands including Nike, Asics, Mizuno, Newton, and Saucony, and shoes range in price based on their anti-ground ability, with many of them falling between $85 and $140. Much of the shop's stock includes specialty apparel for the lithe of leg that is not found in larger, upper-body sport stores. Some of these hard-to-find products could include Trigger Point massage products, CEP compression socks, and Marathon Coffee, a high-caffeine blend developed specifically for runners, but often used to assist slow-moving baby sea turtles crawling from their just-cracked shell across the beach in search of the sea.
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    1011 W 5th St
    Austin, TX US
  • Besomebody, Inc,
    A humble personal blog can start a movement. Take Kash Shaikh's blog, for example. When he started it, he was a business executive traveling around the world. He poured his passion for writing into a travel blog that he dubbed #Besomebody. Not only did people read it—they began sharing tales about their own passions on Twitter, under the #Besomebody hashtag. Today, Shaikh is the CEO of the #Besomebody movement, headquartered in Austin. His team's mission? To encourage people to pursue what they love, whether they're artists, athletes, or adventurers. Shaikh and his associates go about this in numerous ways, sometimes with gorgeous graffiti murals in locales from Dallas to Amsterdam, and sometimes with epic events. Their weekend-long 2014 conference features inspirational speakers such as an Olympic gold medalist and an ultra runner, both of whom followed their dreams without getting lost in the Nether, the land where nightmares are born.
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    916 Springdale Rd.
    Austin, TX US