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  • See Jane Run Sports
    When Lori Shannon first announced her intent to run a marathon, people responded with more than a hint of incredulity. Lori had no experience and, at 5’3” and a size 16, she didn’t cut the form of a typical distance runner. Even so, she set to work and completed the 1993 New York City Marathon, proving to herself that with the proper training and dedication, she need not live life as a spectator. Since crossing that first finish line, Lori has never looked back; she has since run multiple marathons, competed in triathlons, and ridden her bike cross-country. Seven years later, Lori founded See Jane Run in San Francisco, hoping to empower women to test their limitations and bolster their own fitness and self-confidence. The female-operated fitness company has since grown to encompass four West Coast locations that sell women’s running gear, including shoes, sports bras, and aerodynamic shower caps. At its four retail locations, like-minded runners come together with free weekly run clubs, giving them a group setting in which to train to meet their own individual goals or prepare for one of See Jane Run’s half marathons or 5Ks.
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    3910 24th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • High Trails
    As a surfer and cyclist, Marcel Mijares was drawn to the Pacific Coast many years ago; since then, he’s found little reason to leave. A native of Venezuela, Mijares spoke only Spanish when he made the move, but his love of the Bay Area fueled his drive to acquire the English language and graduate with honors from the Lincoln School of Business. Now, as the owner of High Trails Cyclery, Mijares combines his passion with his determination, sharing both with riders in the heart of Russian Hill. He leads a team of cycling experts equipped to repair cycles and perform tune-ups, overhauls, and bike fittings. Team members also share their expertise during maintenance classes, in which they teach students to care for their own cycles and understand the dangers of trying to change a bicycle's transmission fluid.
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    1825 Polk Street
    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
  • SPORTIQUE an active lifestyle Co.
    The Sportique legacy began as a mission to provide our customers excitement with every experience. The mission continues as we curate new and unique products from across the globe while always looking to make a positive impact in our local and global communities. It is our goal to provide fashionable and functional lifestyle products that inspire life in our customers, accomplished daily by an incredibly hard-working and knowledgeable staff. With an insatiable desire to keep improving, our online boutique provides top-notch customer service and caters to those with a zest for life and a bold sense of fashion and style.
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    808 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Everybody Bikes
    The friendly mechanics at Everybody Bikes nurture two-wheeled transports of all styles, helping urban commuters traverse city streets unencumbered by a car’s demands. Mechanics perform services such as tune-ups, repairs, and custom bicycle builds amid racks stocked with bikes by Kona, Fuji, and Linus. To educate their customers, they also lead private and group lessons on mechanics, safety, and riding techniques. The mechanics also maintain the shop’s blog, which keeps customers in the know about everything from what helmets to buy to when tricycle mating season starts.
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    1352 Irving St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Bay City Bike San Francisco
    Bay City Bike’s three locations serve as starting points for two-wheeled adventures throughout the city’s many cultural and geographical wonders. Cyclists can easily take on the city’s hills with Best Bike’s electric bikes, which are equipped with a pedal-assist function. There are also bikes for kids, as well as classic hybrids for relaxed cruising.
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    2661 Taylor St.
    San Francisco, CA US