Sports Equipment in North Reading


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  • The Food Project
    Our mission is to grow a thoughtful and productive community of youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a sustainable food system.
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    120 Munroe St
    Lynn, MA US
  • North Shore Cycle
    For more than 25 years, North Shore Cycle has been a destination for all things cycle-related. Stocking hundreds of bicycles year round, the shop's staff helps visitors pick the perfect frame, parts, or accessories for cycling through the seasons. On-site mechanics perform a variety of services, from basic inspections to fixing flats to installing air horns on handlebars. North Shore Cycles also accommodates guests with full bicycle maintenance and a fully equipped service department.
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    251 Western Ave
    Lynn, MA US
  • Sports-Wash
    Established: 2000 Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Equipment cleaning and sanitizing Pro Tip: Next-day service if dropped off by 6:30 p.m. (Billerica location only). Llease call ahead for confirmation. Good for Kids: Yes Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
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    131 Boston Rd, Unit 8
    North Billerica, MA US
  • Ride Studio Cafe
    Head to Ride Studio Cafe in Lexington Town Center for a steaming cup of joe. Low-fat choices are not featured on the menu this place serves the real deal. Get online for free courtesy of Ride Studio Cafe's wifi. Drivers will be surprised by the number of street parking spots available near Ride Studio Cafe. The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at Ride Studio Cafe, they are making dreams come true.
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    1720 Massachusetts Avenue
    Lexington, MA US
  • Dutch Bicycle Co.
    Years before Dan and Maria founded DBC City Bike design, the duo resolved to reduce their dependence on gasoline. This resolution led the couple to Europe, where they hopped aboard Dutch bicycles that redefined how they thought about comfort on two-wheeled mounts. When Dan and Maria returned stateside, they began importing and selling these revolutionary rides through their new store, The Dutch Bicycle Company (The DBC). However, the hills, long-distance commutes, and stairs that define many American cities revealed many inconveniences in the unmodified Dutch model, so DBC added City Bike design to its name and they began building their custom Swifts, calibrated to handle the rigors of urban, bike-riding lifestyles. Today, the founding couple and their design staff build these bikes to order, modify existing rides, and provide tune-ups that, like prison-gang relay races, keep chains moving smoothly and swiftly.
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    161 Broadway
    Somerville, MA US
  • Bike Boom
    Bike Boom functions as a fountain of youth for cycles that pass its threshold. Its technicians take in used and vintage models for renovation, transforming them into street-safe vehicles for all types of terrain. They track their makeover efforts on the shop's blog, highlighting retro specimens such as an overhauled Shogun Easy Street from the mid- to late ’80s and a ’70s Schwinn Collegiate Cruiser. Visiting guests can peruse the menagerie of multi- and single-speed road bikes, mountain bikes, and city bikes, which are designed for everyday trips around the block or up the walls of skyscrapers. Riders with a specific vision can also commission a custom-built cycle. The professional mechanics in the repair shop perform tune-ups and install new parts. Shelves of accessories and gear—including helmets, locks, lights, and handlebar tape—equip pedalers for their commutes, and the staff readily orders items that aren't in stock or easily harvested from the derailleur tree in the backyard.
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    389 Highland Ave.
    Somerville, MA US