Freewheeler Bicycle Center 703 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Freewheeler Bicycle Center is located in downtown Davis, on the corner of 2nd and F streets. This store has been…More family-owned for three generations, and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The store has a large selection of new bicycles, as well as bike gear, clothing and shoes. There is also a repair shop, where the staff members can perform repairs and maintenance on your bike.
Previously situated in Somerville, New Jersey, this museum packed up and moved west to Davis on the strength of…More Davis's reputation as a bike-friendly town -- Davis was one of the first cities in the U.S. to add designated bicyle lanes to roadways in the late 1960s. The fact that Davis hosts major bicycle races such as the Amgen Tour of California and the Fourth of July Criterium also attracted the museum's board of directors.
The museum features one of the most comprehensive collections of bicycles in the world, including the UC Davis Pierce Miller Collection of antique bicycles. The museum also houses memorabilia and exhibits related to the more than 120 top bicycling athletes from around the world who have been inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame.
The museum occupies the building that formerly housed the Davis Teen Center.
Bike Forth 1221 1/2 4th St, Davis, CA95616 Bike Forth is a do-it-yourself bicycle repair shop run by the Davis Bike Collective. It offers tools, space, parts and…More instruction for bicycle repair, all on a donation basis. Volunteer mechanics are available to offer help and guidance, and all are welcome. Payment is flexible, and suggested donation information is provided.
B&L Bike Shop 610 3rd St, Davis, CA95616 B&L, next door to Zia's Delicatessen, is one of the oldest bike shops in Davis, having been in business since 1965.…More B&L carries a wide range of bikes geared towards the commuter and Davis style riding including a large selection of cruisers, commuter bicycles and children's bicycles. B&L also has a large collection of accessories for any type of bicycle. With a full service repair shop and a service only check-in counter, B&L offers professional bike repairs and tune-ups. B&L also offers loaner bikes while clients wait for repairs.
The Bike People 425 L St, Davis, CA95616 Located in Davis, The Bike People is a bicycle shop which offers tune-ups, paint work, rebuilds, repairs and sales. The…More Bike People also carries new helmets, bags, racks, shoes, baskets, lights and other accessories. All bikes come with a 90 day guarantee. Free estimates and a ten percent discount for students is also available.
Davis Swim and Fitness 303 Ensenada Dr, Davis, CA95618 Davis Swim and Fitness is located on Ensenada Drive, which is off of Chiles in East Davis. There are treadmills,…More ellipticals, weights, bicycles, fitness balls, and a pool. There are also many programs and classes available. There is Step Fusion, Boot Camp, personal training, massage therapy, Cardio Fusion, Yoga, Pilates, Spin, Aqua Aerobics and Zumba.
Davis Bike Exchange 511 L St, Davis, CA95616 Davis Bike Exchange is a bicycle store located in the complex between L and 5th streets. It specializes in reparing…More bikes, but also buys, sells and trades new and used bikes. All major brands can be repaired, and parts are for sale.
The crown jewel of Davis's vast park system features many functional symbols dear to longtime residents. The "Flying…More Carousel Of The Delta Breeze" is actually bicycle-powered. Beyond sycamore-shaded picnic tables to the south, a raised level expanse serves as a summertime stage for many local singer-songwriters and bands representing Davis's vibrant music scene. Their audiences generally fill the main lawn stretching toward the Farmers Market pavilion. The cement apron skirting these pavilions spurts to life on hot summer days with an otherwise invisible array of unexpected fountains, an irresistable kid-magnet. Jungle gyms and horseshoe pits round out Central Park's interactive attractions.
Along B Street, Central Park Gardens is making a comeback as an educational and kid-friendly resource planted with drought-resistant greenery. Flanking The Farmers Market, The Bicycling Museum and Hattie Weber Museum anchor the south and north ends of Central Park respectively.