Sports Equipment in Castro


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  • Refried Cycles
    Watch your head and elbows when you step inside Refried Cycles, the Castro bicycle shop that’s bursting with hubs and spokes, as well as a friendly canine. Avid cyclists love this place for their integrity and passion, but the less-obsessive rider won’t be repelled by snobby attitudes like at so many other neighborhood bike shops. This isn’t the shop for high-end, fresh-from-the-factory bikes, but for tune-ups on your older model or digging up a used bike with lots of personality, Refried Cycles is a great place to start. For most locals, there’s no need to scour the internet for your next set of wheels, when Refried offers so many quality second-hand rides that have been rehabbed and ride as good as new.
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    3804 17th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mission Bicycle
    The best way to experience San Francisco’s natural beauty is atop one of Mission Bicycle’s custom-built rides. The shop’s craftsmen tweak their city-friendly bikes to customers’ exact specifications. The result: bikes light enough to pedal over the city’s steepest hills, yet solid enough to last a lifetime.
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    766 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mojo Bicycle Cafe
    Part café, part bar, part…bicycle shop? Mojo Bicycle Café might raise the eyebrows of pedestrians passing by, but critics can’t get enough of it. Gayot praises Mojo as a “popular haunt for hipsters and bicyclists” that sticks to largely local, organic, and fair trade ingredients. And Daily Candy points out that “the nice guys in charge…all care about city riders,” since they happily equip even amateur cyclists with quality bikes, accessories, and organic wool and cotton athletic wear. Customers seem to share reviewers’ sentiments, flocking to the orange row home in which Mojo Bicycle Café resides. In the café, sip Ritual or De La Paz Coffee, snack on a sandwich, or take a glass of beer or wine to a sidewalk table. Back in the shop, hand over wheels for tune-ups or repairs, or test out a new bicycle from Jamis, Breezer, or other acclaimed manufacturers.
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    639 Divisadero St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Pedal Revolution
    Housed inside of a graffiti-slathered old garage, Pedal Revolution is a non-profit bike shop. Inside, bicycle frames and wheels hang from the ceiling, while merchandise and decoration mix throughout the walls of the store. This is not only a terrific place for an alignment, but also a job training center for at-risk youth, where interns get hands-on training in how to run a small business, as well as the more mechanical aspects. Selection is on the smaller side, but the prices undercut nearly all the neighborhood’s power players. For the last fifteen or so years, Pedal Revolution has been keeping the Mission’s burgeoning cycling culture going, doing good all the while.
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    3085 21st St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Heavy Metal Bike Shop
    Deep in the tony part of Bernal Heights sometimes known as La Lengua lies Heavy Metal Bike Shop, a full-service repair destination that’s far from any map-wielding tourists. Mission fixed gear bike aficionados and devoted Bernal cyclists both find refuge at this no-nonsense shop, which offers everything from derailleur adjustments to basic tune ups, with affordability in mind. You can browse the random assortment of used bikes lying around or dash out for a burrito while your bike is being worked on, returning with the knowledge that it's been spiffed up nice and you haven't been overcharged. And you’ll likely also walk out with sound advice on how to keep things rolling for years to come.
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    82 29th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • American Cyclery
    Consistently considered one of America’s best cycling shops, this Cole Valley/Upper Haight mainstay is perfectly suited for getting a set of wheels tuned up to cruise around Golden Gate Park, which is (thankfully) just downhill. A neighborhood presence since racer Oscar Juner opened it in 1941, American Cyclery stocks the full spectrum of bikes, from Bianchi road racers to fixed-gear street rides, all spiffed up and shiny beneath black-and-white pictures of the founder’s glory days. Unpretentious and ever-helpful, American Cyclery might smell a bit like spent grease but its efforts to install a public parklet out front and a plaza in the vacant lot next door reveal its commitment to a safe, clean city. Complete with lots of bicycles, of course.
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    510 Frederick St
    San Francisco, CA US
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