Maximus Athlete’s Shop Cafe: A True Multisport Shop

It sure looks like a triathlon store with all the triathlon bikes, helmets, running shoes, swimming gears, Oakley sports sunglasses, etc., but you don’t have to be a triathlete to shop with them. But if your passion is swimming, cycling, running, crossfit or yoga, then come visit the Maximus Athletes Shop Cafe located at the Sparta Compound, 126 Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City. They’re a good multisport store and even a Cafe shop all rolled into one.

Vast selection of Specialized bikes

The Lynskey Titanium frames

Coach Andy Leuterio, the owner, is an established triathlon coach, a bike-fit technician, a sports marketing consultant and a long time triathlete himself, doing full Ironman-length events from time to time. He is very knowledgeable, friendly and took the time to explain every aspect of a bike he has worked on, the athletes he has trained and this shop that he is trying to build and expand.

Maximus Athletes Shop has a decent selection of tri gear for the runner and swimmer in you. They have top of the line tri bikes and more than a few options of cycling apparel for both men and women. The shop has great brands, Specialized and Lynskey bikes for the high-end athlete, TokyoBike for the fun and leisure riders, Oakley Sports sunglasses, Brooks, Newton, Garmin GPS watches and a variety of energy bars and gels.  Their bike services include fitting, bike spa and bike tune-ups that keeps your wheels in tip top shape.

This is the place to shop for all your multisport needs in swimming, biking and running gear needs. They cover the gamut of cycles, but focus on Time Trial and Road bikes for the weekend warrior and lots of other running accessories including the Ultimate Direction Hydration back packs. The Oakley Sports sunglasses here is one of their best-sellers where one can find different styles for each individual athlete at very reasonable prices.

There’s not many triathlon-specific stores, so if your in the area and looking to physically see products, this is the place to go.

The Coffee shop section

The view from the mezzanine

Coach Andy (extreme left)