The Bicycle Outfitter 973 Fremont Ave, Los Altos, CA94024 The Bicycle Outfitter on Fremont Avenue is a one-stop shop for cycling enthusiasts. The store sells bikes, bike…More accessories, biking apparel and accessories, and offers an adjoining full-service repair shop. Visit the Bicycle Outfitter Web site to find out more about the store.
Chain Reaction Bicycles 2310 Homestead Rd, Los Altos, CA94024 Located in a shopping center on Homestead Road, Chain Reaction Bicycles offers a full range of bicycle products. …More There is a wide selection of road bikes, locks, pumps, tools, tires, wheels and apparel. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable and more than willing to answer any questions.
The Bicycle Outfitter 963 Fremont Ave, Los Altos, CA94024 Located in Loyola Corners in Los Altos, Bicycle Outfitters offers a full range of cycling gear, including bikes,…More helmets, clothing, locks, trailers and spare parts. The store also features a full-service repair shop, offering tune ups, alignments and installations. Check the website for current coupons. The store opened in 1974 as Wheeler Dealer, and 1976 changed its name to The Bicycle Outfitter.
359 State Street 359 State St, Los Altos, CA94022 359 State Street is a bicycle shop that offers a selection of bikes, apparel, accessories and more. It also features a…More meeting place where bike enthusiasts, community groups and shoppers can gather.
Nestled in the foothills below Skyline Ridge, Rancho San Antonio covers 165 acres and is one of Santa Clara County's…More most popular parks.
The park is adjacent to the 2,135-acre Mid-Peninsula Regional Open Space Preserve and connects to Hidden Villa Ranch. The park and preserve is used for hiking, jogging, bicycling and horseback riding. There are more than 23 miles of trails, though bicycles are restricted to the paved trails. Model airplane enthusiasts can use the rough grass areas adjacent to the parking lots.
The North Meadow area has four tennis courts, two handball courts and a small number of picnic tables and grills.
Families and school groups flock to Deer Hollow Farm, operated by the City of Mountain View to teach environmental and agricultural programs.