Best of the 2014 – Retail

Published on: February 19th, 2014

BIKE SHOP:

LOUISVILLE CYCLERY

There is no sales person sweeter than Doogal, the shop’s knowledgeable pup. Cute animals aside, this store provides some quick yet expert service for locals. 1032 E South Boulder Rd, Louisville

Best Bike Shop - Louisville Cyclery

FUSION

Fusion may not have a super cute doggie, but they did tie with Louisville Cyclery because of their skills and welcoming vibe. The friendly staff at this spot will treat everybody respectfully—hard-core cyclist or not. 206 S Public Rd, Lafayette

UNIVERSITY BICYCLES

There are two things that set specialty bike shops apart from the big-box establishments: Customer service and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Great for a new bike, or if you’re looking for parts for your existing bikes. 839 Pearl St, Boulder 

SKIS:

FOXTROT WHEEL AND EDGE

Across from the Lafayette Public Library, Foxtrot provides top-notch customer service along with a grab bag of gear necessities and used consignment sales. Converted warehouse space or not, this is the go-to spot for bike, ski and snowboard repairs and rentals. 776 W Baseline Rd, Lafayette

CHRISTY SPORTS

Everyone loves bigger and brighter. The remodel of the Christy Sports may have gotten you in the door, but the knowledgeable staff and wide range of selections on ski and snowboard gear keeps you coming back. 2000 30th St, Boulder

SPORTING GOODS & HOME IMPROVEMENT:

JAX MERCANTILE

Their two nearby Lafayette locations—one an outdoorsman’s paradise, the other a DIY delight—have all bases covered. Whether planning a camping, fishing and hunting trip or back at the ranch and needing to get the animals fed and house in order, Jax’s massive stores are the source for every Coloradan’s needs. 900 US 287, Lafayette

SPORTING GOODS:

REI

Even if you don’t call yourself an outdoor enthusiast, with all the gear for camping, skiing, cycling and hiking, you are bound to find something for your busy Colorado lifestyle. 1789 28th St, Boulder

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