Sports Equipment in White House

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  • Ride615
    It hasn't taken long for Ride615 to entrench itself in the Nashville area’s bicycle community since opening its doors in April 2012. Each Saturday morning, the shop hosts community bike rides, leading cyclists on 30–45-mile jaunts in order to boost their endurance levels and encourage neighborhood squirrels to get in shape. Back at the shop, the staff maintains a fleet of high quality bicycles and accessories from brands such as Garmin, Shimano, Raleigh, and Santa Cruz that fill the wish lists of avid cyclists.
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    3441 Lebanon Pk.
    Hermitage, TN US
  • Eastside Cycles
    A bicycle store is not the first place one would expect to find a diaper-changing station. Luckily, Eastside Cycles' claim of catering to families isn't just lip service— youngster-toting customers can take care of the wardrobe requirements of their charges or borrow a toy from the shop's stash of playthings as they browse a rotating selection of handpicked rides from Cannondale, Kona, and Surly. Mechanics unleash a jangling chorus of tools as they repair and fine-tune bikes while owners pass the time browsing free WiFi and TV. The staff also leads groups of riders out into the sunshine on weekend mornings, revealing new routes and fresh air that hasn't been sitting in a park ranger's pockets.
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    103 South 11th Street
    Nashville, TN US
  • Fannie Mae Dees Park
    Affectionately known as “dragon park”, this family-friendly spot gets its nickname from its most famous inhabitant: a giant mosaic dragon that area kids love to climb. Besides this scaled wonder, visitors will also find a water play area, playgrounds for both small and big kids, and a water fountain designed specifically for dogs.
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    2400 Blakemore Ave
    Nashville, TN US
  • Bike the Greenway
    Bike the Greenway maintains a fleet of men’s and women’s bikes that visitors can use to explore paved paths through the Two Rivers Park Trailhead. Both trails go past natural landscapes and several pedestrian bridges, including the Shelby Street Bridge and Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge. Riders can also follow the Shelby Bottoms Greenway into downtown Nashville.
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    2320 Two Rivers Pkwy
    Nashville, TN US
  • Bicycle Center of Clarksville
    Pedal pushers at The Bicycle Center utilize their mastery of bike anatomy to repair and restore two-wheelers to maximum safety and rideability. In a basic tune-up, technicians inspect the frame, fork, and wheels for potential defects. Hardware and brake lines also get a thorough investigation, ensuring that sabotage by estranged tricycles is detected before it can do any damage. Wheel truing prevents unwanted wobbling and compulsive circles of lies. Tuners then adjust front and rear derailleurs, rehabilitating hooligan sprockets and keeping chains in check for smooth and swift gear shifting. A tempering of front and rear brakes prevents shoe-shredding Fred Flintstone stops. Finally, dirty frames get a generous wipe-down before being unleashed into wind that whistles at their restored beauty.
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    1450 Madison St
    Clarksville, TN US
  • Club Repair & Sales
    Established: 2011 Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
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    119 Stoneybrook Road
    Columbia, TN US