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Clinton Mower & Saw Shop

Bike Shop
Clinton / Clinton MO
Mile marker 264.6
120 E Franklin
660-885-5261


Clinton Mower & Saw Shop is located 1.5 miles from the Katy Trail, in Clinton MO

Directions: Take the bike path from south end of trailhead lot. This is Price Ln. Follow Price into town (turns into Main); left on 2nd; 1 block to Franklin, right on Franklin
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Not your usual lawn mower and bike shop (Clinton Mower & Saw)
Paul Marlin from Quincy, Il on 09/19/2004 10:05 PM:
Don't let the name fool you. The proprietor knows bicycles. In fact when I bought a tube, I somehow or another got a free tune up.

 
Ray (webmaster) on 09/19/2004 11:41 PM:
The proprieter of Clinton Mower & Saw is Sam Baugh, who is semi-famous for having ridden the entire Katy Trail in one day. He really helped me out once when I was in a bind - here's the story.

 
savage24 from Kansas City on 10/08/2004 03:31 AM:
Ray, I enjoyed your story and I'm relieved to know I'm not the only one who has done this. I roasted my front tire between KC and Hermann a few years ago. I have met Sam and his mom (I should know her name, but I'm not going to 'guess' and get it wrong) through the Warrensburg Cycling Club - they're good people!

 
joedav from O'Fallon, IL on 02/25/2007 04:09 AM:
I too roasted a front tire the same way I hate to say. Mine didn't completely melt or even blow out the tire but it did damage the tire cord to the point that the tire wasn't rideable any more. I too met Sam in 2003. MoDNR had him meet with the riders of the 2003 DNR ride in June 2003 at the pre ride meeting.

Clinton Mower & Saw Shop (Clinton)
JD from Joplin on 09/24/2006 07:47 PM:
Very friendly people. Doesn't look like they carry bikes or biking accessories, but they do. I bought two tubes.