Across from the Greenwood Shopping Center
All stores closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Every Tuesday Noon- 2:00 p.m. Take an additional 10% OFF any clothing and accessories purchase.
Our Spin Doctors want to get you out there riding worry-free this season!
CLICK HERE to check out our free monthly in-store Spin Doctor clinic schedule.
Come Join Our Next Indoor Class!
Greenwood Indoor Cycling Class
Classes begin on Tuesday, November 5
and are held at Performance Bicycle Greenwood.
Schedule is as follows:
Please bring your own bike, trainer and water bottle.
Call the store for more details...
The Great Ride Series - Beginner
You’re invited to join our beginner level Saturday morning group ride, starting and ending at Performance Bicycle. The ride is for beginners, those getting back in the saddle, or riders who want to add some variety to their cycling. The ride will last approximately one hour, and will go at an average pace of between 12 and 15 miles per hour. We’ll explore some of the local bike paths and some residential routes, as well. The ride will take place every Saturday morning at 9:00am and is a “No Rider Left Behind” ride. Come out and join us for this fun, non-competitive ride. We can’t wait to see you there.
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The Cultural Trail
Description: A world class urban bike and pedestrian trail that connects neighborhoods, Cultural Districts and entertainments amenities, and serves as the downtown hub for the entire central Indiana greenway system.
Difficulty: All levels
Location: Visit www.indyculturaltrail.org for maps and more information.
Pleasant Run Trail
Description: A 6.9 mile trail that begins at Ellenberger Park, connects to Christian Park and ends at Garfield Park. The trail meanders along Pleasant Run Creek offering a paved route for bicycling and walking.
Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Location: North Endpoint - E. St Clair Street, Ellenberger Park
South Endpoint - Garfield Point Conservatory
The Monon Trail
Description: A 10.4 mile trail that connects to several other trails. It links commercial districts, schools, parks, the state fairgrounds and a dozen residential neighborhoods.
Difficulty: All levels.
Location: The best access points are the Broad Ripple and 96th Street trailheads.