Sports in Patchogue

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  • Smith Point Archery
    As owner of Smith Point Archery, Jeff Schneider and his son, Jared, marshal a bow-and-arrow operation that includes in-house mechanics and instructors, a cavernous indoor range, and a store stocked with gear by top brands. Jeff has been actively involved with archery for more than 40 years?35 of them at the helm of Smith Point?and shares his trophy-winning expertise with new generations of archers through lessons and advice on the purchase of equipment. His son, and co-owner Jared Schneider is also a bow-and-arrow enthusiast and passes on his years of knowledge while teaching private lessons. Budding bowmen can also sign up for group lessons led by Certified Archery Instructor Craig Wagner. These sessions cover basic archery skills that range from safety procedures to aiming technique and allow students time on the range to shoot.
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    215 E Main St.
    Patchogue, NY US
  • Inmotion Cycling Studio
    InMotion's indoor cycling studio hums with upbeat energy, energizing music, and the low churn of state-of-the-art stationary cycles. The certified instructors and cyclists, which include former swimmers and current runners, draw on their athletic strengths to lead students through challenging spinning workouts. A unique playlist of motivating and up-tempo music powers students through intervals and sprints, as digital landscapes play across two screens, giving riders the sense that they're cycling down a country road or through a black-and-white zombie apocalypse. Each FreeMotion bike's cadence, power, and heart-rate monitor keeps track of rider progress and stats, all of which can be downloaded onto a USB drive and analyzed at home.
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    63 Railroad Avenue
    Sayville, NY US
  • Cousins Paintball
    For more than 30 years, Cousins Paintball has been at the forefront of the paintball industry, equipping hundreds of thousands of players for battle. In addition to fun and thrill, the business prioritizes safety, providing participants with full masks to protect eyes and faces, and specially designed paint is free of any harmful ingredients. With referees overseeing competitive battles, players are free to keep their eyes on the prize as they race to capture the flag or compete in special events.
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    407 Edwards ave
    Calverton, NY US
  • Carl Hart Bicycles
    In 1913, German-born Carl Braunhart debuted a shop of high-quality cycles that eventually migrated stateside and, over the years, traded hands to his great-grandson. In 1980, Fred Feller bought the shop from the Braunhart family, and when his son, Darren, graduated from college, Carl Hart Bicycles once again became a multigenerational family business. Today, Fred and Darren's staff of factory-certified technicians and cycling enthusiasts, some with backgrounds in semiprofessional racing, help patrons sift through an impressive inventory of quality bicycles from top industry brands such as Trek, Specialized, and Cannondale. Most two-wheelers come in five to eight sizes for myriad heights, and staffers measure customers to find the best fit. But when a traditional bicycle won't suffice, they send measurements to Seven Cycles or Guru factories, where workers craft customized frames. Custom-fit bikes contour to riders' bodies, cushioning the stress of frequent biking and the need to throw bikes at slow-moving pedestrians. Before committing to any purchase, customers are encouraged to take a test spin around the parking lot or stop by on Demo Days. On these days, bike manufacturers bring their cycles to the store and patrons can try them on for size as they pop wheelies over unassuming companions or traverse miles of mountain trails that branch out from the shop. On Saturdays, Darren or an assistant manager takes groups of up to 35 cyclists on 36-mile excursions. Afterwards, athletes refuel with bagels at the shop.
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    620 Middle Country Rd
    Middle Island, NY US
  • Bike Discounters
    The two-wheeler wizards of Bike Discounters stock bicycles for all types of terrain from top manufacturers such as Schwinn, Redline, and Giant. They keep steeds streetwise with general cycle maintenance—including tire installations, gear adjustments, and wheel truing—as well as tune-ups and a shrine of Say No to Potholes bumper stickers. The shop also carries an extensive array of accessories, from Thule car carriers to Louis Garneau helmets and CamelBak hydration systems.
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    438 Lake Ave.
    Saint James, NY US
  • Plaza Surf N Sports
    It’s been 40 years since the Ferraro family opened Plaza Surf N Sports, and today its inventory of sporting goods and apparel only continues to expand. The staff of sports enthusiasts is on hand to help patrons navigate the selection and can assist with everything from fitting and sizing hockey equipment to finding the right skateboard deck. The shop also handles team orders and trophies, ideal for local youth teams or professionals that lost a championship but really want a trophy anyway. Plaza Surf N Sports’ Montauk location specializes in watersports, stocking a large selection of bathing suits, goggles, and surfboards. Day rentals outfit trips to the shore with surfboards, boogie boards, kayaks, and beach chairs, which are more relaxing for wave riding than conventional surfboards.
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    89 Route 25A
    Rocky Point, NY US