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In 1973, Eugene Kiefel bought a small (750 square foot) bike shop in a northwestern suburb of Denver. It was a choice between a bike shop and a Dairy Queen franchise. The bike shop won. Today it is Denver's most respected bike shop, encompassing 15,000 square feet and carrying an assortment of the most popular bike brands and accessories including Trek, Intense and Yeti. The staff is comprised of recreational and professional racers, top-notch mechanics and fitness experts.
The sport of fishing is renowned for its patience and passion: two attributes Rick's Rods has transferred from the stream to its workshop. This fishing shop custom builds bamboo, fiberglass and graphite rods. It is also the exclusive source for authentic "made in Denver" Phillipson rods. If you have an old rod that needs a bit of repair, the shop's craftsmen specialize in complete restoration of bamboo rods by replacing broken sections, dressing cork grips and re-wrapping guides. It also buys, sells and trades vintage collectible fishing tackle.
This family owned shop is a must stop for anyone in search of a unique gift, or looking to add a southwest touch to the home. Outside Old Santa Fe Pottery, are rows upon rows of red clay pottery as well as glazed pottery of every size and shape. There are chimeneas, sun faces, and decorative Acatlan animals. Fountains and bird baths fit perfectly in the quaint courtyard. Inside you will find rustic pine, oak, and Equipole furniture, wall art, lamps, dinnerware, rugs and much more.
If you are in search of the perfect souvenir that captures the magic of your Colorado visit, but cannot seem to find anything other than shot glasses, coasters, and moccasins, wander into this memento center. As the name implies, this shop sells nothing but keepsakes that are 100 percent Colorado. Featuring the work of more than 400 Colorado artisans and craftspeople, the eclectic shop carries the expected and the unusual. Ute and Navajo Indian pottery, aspen wood walking sticks and vases, Colorado screensavers, gold panning kits, books, posters and music are all in abundance.
This is not your usual garage-sale antique shop. Instead you will find highbrow antiques from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. While wandering its interior, one half expects to overhear people discussing the latest news on those Lewis and Clark fellows! Portuguese doors, hopelessly ornate French chandeliers, Gothic and wrought iron sconces, decanters and even period fireplaces are just some of the many international pieces available. The shop is constantly updating the stock and even features occasional exhibits.