Small Business Profile: Fusion Multisport Gets Shoppers To The Next Level In Outdoor Adventure

Brad and Rose Nyenhuis in the shoe department of Fusion Multisport. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost
 
By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
 

Fusion Multisport owners Brad and Rose Nyenhuis arrived in Los Alamos Aug. 27, 2013.

“We came to Los Alamos to live close to mountains and open up a sports store,” Brad said. “We opened Fusion Multisport Nov. 21, 2013 at 106 Central Park Square.”

She’s a runner and he’s a cyclist. Rose a national class masters competitor who has an infectious love of running, outdoor sports, and fitness in general. She is a RRCA certified running coach and has been an AFAA certified personal trainer for 16 years.

Brad is an avid mountain biker who has been competing for 20 years in races such as the 24 Hrs of Moab and Leadville 100. He is certified as a bicycle mechanic through Barnett Bicycle Institute. Their goal is to make Fusion Multisport the center of the running, skiing, and cycling communities in Los Alamos.

Their store offers a full line of products and apparel for both runners and cyclists. They also carry climbing accessories and an assortment of energy supplements. The couple says they really enjoy helping people take their outdoor adventures to the next level!

“The greatest thing about our business is promoting the sports we are passionate about – cycling, running, and skiing,” Rose said. “Our business enables us to meet many great people who support what we’re doing. Our business also allows us to contribute to this wonderful community in different manners – from sponsoring races to giving to United Way to offering discounts for teams and clubs.”

Rose and Brad want every Los Alamos resident to know that they love this community and would like to be around for many years to come, growing their sports while continuing to contribute in whatever way they can.

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