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Category: SPORTING GOODS STORES

  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • AdventureWorks Cycles
    • Big Archie's Sporting Goods
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • The winner of the Miss Pawnee Beauty Contest receives $600 in gift certificates to Big Archie's Sporting Goods and Emerson Fencing Company. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
    • The Bike Doctor
    • Bike Pirates
    • Buck's Bait And Tackle Shop
      • Wings 1990 TV Series
        • Brian answers the Sandpiper Air phone as a fake business in order to prevent a customer from booking a flight on their Christmas Day flight so he and Joe can go skiing instead (Season 2 episode A Terminal Christmas)
    • Chelsea Springs Pro Shop
    • Cycle Center
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Bicycle store behind Joey's Porsche. (Season 6 episode The One With Joey's Porsche) Ross's new red sports car that he buys when he turns 30 is stuck between cars in front of the Cycle Center. (Season 7 episode The One Where They All Turn Thirty)
    • Damn Wish I Was Your Hover… Board
      • Bob's Burgers 2011 Animated Series
        • Store next door in Season 8 episode Are You There Bob? It's Me, Birthday. Tribute to the Sophie B. Hawkins song Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover.
    • Disaster Kits Limited
      • The Office 2005 TV Series
        • One of the members of The Five Families, the five companies that reside at the Scranton Business Park. The five companies are Dunder Mifflin, Vance Refrigeration, W.B. Jones Heating and Air, Disaster Kits Limited, and Cress Tool and Die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
    • Engelhard Sporting Goods
      • Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 2017 Film
        • Sporting goods store named after comic book writer Steve Englehart who worked for Marvel in the 1970s - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
    • Hastings Hoverboards
    • Henderson Trophy Cases
      • Community 2009 TV Series
        • The only trophy in Greendale's sports trophy case ("most valuable customer") came from Henderson Trophy Cases, seen in season 1 episode Football, Feminism and You
    • John's Sport Shop
      • Castle Rock 2018 TV Series
        • Sporting goods store on Main Street in Castle Rock, from microfilm newspaper that Henry Deaver reads. (Season 1 episode The Box) Shown onscreen. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • JoJo's Bait Shop
      • Haven 2010 TV Series
        • Where Audrey wakes up in a reality where there are no troubles in Season 4 episode 10 The Trouble with Troubles (formerly Duke's Grey Gull restaurant)
    • Machen's Sporting Goods
    • Manhattan Sports
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Athletic apparel store where George attempts to sell Jimmy's jumping shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Marcsmann's Survival Gear
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Sporting goods store at the Family Fun-N-Gun Expo that the gang attends when Niles makes some new friends after going to the gun range with Martin. (Season 10 episode Analyzed Kiss)
    • Murphy's Tackle Shop
      • Haven 2010 TV Series
        • Local tackle shop, one of the clues Dwight gives to lead his friends to rescue him when the guys from the barn kidnap him in Season 4 episode 9 William.
    • Nick's Bowling Shop
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • There are actually 2 Nick's Bowling Shops in Springfield. Homer asks Marge to take his ball in, which she does, but Nick tells her she's got the wrong shop, she's got to go all the way across town to the other Nick's Bowling Shop, which she does, but that Nick can't help her either. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Oscar's Cyclery
      • The Brady Bunch 1969 TV Series
        • Episode: Every Boy Does it Once. Bicycle shop where Mike and Carol plan to purchase a bike for Bobby's birthday.
    • Paglia Propulsion Products
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Store on Main Street in Eureka, name after show creator Jaime Paglia (Season 5 episode Just Another Day)
    • Pony Express
    • Ransford's Hunting Supplies
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Sporting goods store at the Family Fun-N-Gun Expo that the gang attends when Niles makes some new friends after going to the gun range with Martin. (Season 10 episode Analyzed Kiss)
    • Reflex Sports
      • Dawn Of The Dead 2004 Film
        • Sporting Goods store in the Cross Roads Mall, where Michael kills a zombie with a croquet mallet.
    • Seattle Tacoma Spokane Hunting And Fishing Knives
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Sporting goods store at the Family Fun-N-Gun Expo that the gang attends when Niles makes some new friends after going to the gun range with Martin. "A cut above" (Season 10 episode Analyzed Kiss)
    • The Spend Zone
    • Sport And Cycle World
      • The Stand 1978 Literature
        • They slept in a barn three miles north of Pratt that evening, and Tom kept waking up with nightmares and then waking Nick to be reassured. They reached Iuka the next morning around eleven, and found two good bicycles in a shop called Sport and Cycle World. Nick, who was beginning to recover at last from the encounter with Julie, thought they could finish re-outfitting themselves in Great Bend, which they should reach by the fourteenth at the latest.
    • Sports Wholesalers
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Phone call George takes while attempting to sell Jimmy's jumping shoes. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • Sportsman's Exchange
      • Skeleton Crew 1985 Literature
        • Sporting goods store that David and Dan Miller discuss, as a potential source for more guns. (story The Mist)
    • Springfield Hunting Supplies
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Store in Springfield Mall where Homer loads up on hunting supplies before taking Bart hunting to keep him straight. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Stanton's Bait And Boat
      • Skeleton Crew 1985 Literature
        • Bait shop on Raccoon Head where you could also get engine oil, flypaper, Italian sandwiches and Budweiser to go. (story The Reach)
    • Tent City
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • Camping store where Oscar and Buster seek help getting out of their chains, and where Tobias and his new family hide out in one of the display tents. (Season 5 episode Taste Makers)
    • True Shot
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Sporting goods store at the Family Fun-N-Gun Expo that the gang attends when Niles makes some new friends after going to the gun range with Martin. "Guns, Ammo, gear" (Season 10 episode Analyzed Kiss)
    • A Unicycle Built For Two Tandem Bicycles
    • Van Joe's Bait And Tackle
      • The Ben Stiller Show 1990 TV Series
        • Fishing store in the Cincinnati area that comes up in the operator's search results for a clog store in the Information 411 sketch (Episode: Colin Quinn)
    • Wild Ass Warehouse
      • Horns 2010 Literature
        • When Lee and Ig are talking about what it do with the cherry bomb, Lee suggests using it to blow the B off of the Wild Bass Warehouse billboard so it reads Wild Ass Warehouse
    • Wild Bass Warehouse
      • Horns 2010 Literature
        • When Lee and Ig are talking about what it do with the cherry bomb, Lee suggests using it to blow the B off of the Wild Bass Warehouse billboard so it reads Wild Ass Warehouse


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