Moore's Bicycle Shop, Inc.

1607 Hardy Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: 601-544-1978
M-F 9-6, Sat 9-4, Closed Sunday
 
 
 
 

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A Ride A Day Makes Your Smile Stay!

A bicycle helps you meet friendly people!

When headlines and surroundings look bleak, we recommend a bicycle ride. Every ride is a vacation from stress and worries, sure to brighten your day. Take a vacation today — you never know who you'll meet!

 

Why Cycling's The Best Exercise

See The World With Cycling!

Every ride is an adventure! On a bicycle you can cover much more ground than walking or running, and even when you're cruising right along you can enjoy the scenery, stop and take photos, talk with your friends and have a wonderful time. Riding is the ideal way to escape, explore and expand your world!

Tip Of The Day

It's easy to understand why cyclists often forget to apply sunscreen. The air is moving over your skin as you ride, giving you a cool, comfortable feeling. Yet, since rides can take an hour to several hours to complete, this cooling breeze is fooling your senses. Your exposure to the sun is still as damaging as if you were lying on the beach for that same amount of time. Only, on the beach at least you'd turn over or get in the shade when you've had enough. On the bike, the same parts are exposed for the entire time you're riding, with little or no relief. From your neck and shoulders to your arms, legs, and your nose, all exposed areas need sunscreen to shield you from the damaging UV rays. Even on cloudy days you still need protection. Carry sunscreen with you and reapply as you need it.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Taylor, Major
Marshall Taylor (nicknamed "Major"), was the second internationally famous African American professional athlete and arguably the best American cyclist, ever. Though he was regularly bullied by racist competitors who ganged up to defeat him; restricted by race promoters who allowed only white racers; and even harassed by death threats, Taylor excelled  becoming world and American champion in 1899, setting many world records and receiving a $10,000-a-year salary.