Cycling in Lafayette


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  • GS Warriors Team Store
    Jump to: Reviews | Innovations in Basketball 1924: The 30-minute shot clock is introduced, guaranteeing at least one shot per game. 1976: The Denver Nuggets begin using a ball that causes fearsome premonitions in whoever is holding it. 1998: The NBA expands by two teams composed entirely of baby kittens. 2002: Losing at basketball is outlawed in Los Angeles, simultaneously causing the Lakers to win the NBA championship and the Clippers to be incarcerated in a floating sky-jail for 10 years.
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    7000 Coliseum Way
    Oakland, CA US
  • Blazing Saddles San Francisco
    Blazing Saddles' rides whisk guests through California's rugged, oceanic beauty. Riders embark on self-guided expeditions atop the plush seats of a hybrid bike. On self-guided sightseeing tours, riders leisurely pedal through while following provided maps or their own ancient heirloom treasure maps.
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    2715 Hyde St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Trek Bicycle Store of Santa Rosa
    At Trek Bicycle Store of Santa Rosa, a staff of experienced bike builders, mechanics, and salesfolk combine an encyclopedic knowledge of their trade with a passion for cycling. Technicians tune, repair, and construct both road and mountain-ready bikes from scratch, with an ample supply of cruisers, one-speeds, children's, and BMX models ready for any type of cyclist. The shop also hosts regular ride alongs that guide pedaling herds through the scenic Napa Valley countryside. Commuters, athletes, and hobbyists alike gear up with Trek's vast array of helmets, shoes, clothing, and tubes from brands such as Bontrager, Castrelli, and Shimano. After arming themselves with new equipment, customers can consult certified therapists for massage treatments that help to undo the effects of stress or injury and work with instructors in cycling-centric yoga classes that help riders build core strength, flexibility, and the ability to mind meld with their bikes.
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    512 Mendocino Ave
    Santa Rosa, CA US
  • Segway of Oakland
    Segway of Oakland harbors a fleet of off-road Segway x2s and street-friendly Segway i2s, which renters mount for city tours, lessons, and offsite events. Both tours and lessons begin with a video overview of segway basics to acquaint the rider and the ridden. Tours then traverse the city, with guides sharing historical tidbits on Oakland?s oak-ruled past on a route that hits Jack London Square, the downtown sector, and the shores of Lake Merritt. Group lessons jet through skill-building exercises in parking lots and on bike paths. After building confidence, students graduate to higher speeds and more varied terrains, such as bridges and grassy fields, and lessons culminate in an independent ride. Segway of Oakland can also enrich team-building events for companies or exceptionally competitive families with segway demonstrations.
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    212 International Blvd.
    Oakland, CA US
  • Plugz
    Plugz is San Francisco’s destination for high-quality bicycle rides and equipment. Use a comfortable bicycle to cruise up and down the San Francisco coast, exploring a beautiful and historic city firsthand. Discover numerous famous and gorgeous sites on your ride, including Rodeo Beach, Buena Vista, The Embarcadero and of course the majestic Golden Gate Bridge. While sightseeing and exercising, cyclists will be safe with a high-quality helmet, bike lock, working reflector lights and more. To ensure enough bicycles are available for your party, make a reservation on the company website. A variety of different bikes are available along with varying price rates per bike. Used bicycles are also available to purchase.
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    550 N Point St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Bay City Bike San Francisco
    Bay City Bike serves as the brick-and-mortar trailhead for bikers looking to cruise through the scenic streets and notable sites of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Cyclists can ask staffers for directions to a number of scenic routes, including a path that crosses the Golden Gate Bridge and crosses into Sausalito, Golden Gate Park, Haight Ashbury, or tours of historic locales such as the Palace of Fine Arts or the famed phone booth known for letting people teleport out of Alcatraz.
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    2661 Taylor St.
    San Francisco, CA US

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