Sports in Coos Bay


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  • Tony's Crab Shack
    Fresh fare can be found at Tony's Crab Shack, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to Tony's Crab Shack. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Tony's Crab Shack. During the summer months, don't miss out on Tony's Crab Shack's outdoor patio seating. Wifi here is on the house. Take it nice and easy at Tony's Crab Shack, where casual dress is the rule of the day. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Tony's Crab Shack. Parking is easy at Tony's Crab Shack, especially those looking to park on the street or in a lot close by. Tony's Crab Shack offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30.
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    155 1st St SE
    Bandon, OR US
  • MySportsRug.com
    Emblazoned with the names, logos, and colors of athletic battalions from professional leagues and universities, My Sports Rug's floor fanciers outfit domiciles with team pride. Fans can select the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, or college team logo and pattern of their choice to dress up a Stainmaster rug, which ties together rec-room decor and amply covers hatches to dungeons imprisoning opponents? mascots. All rugs consist of 100% Stainmaster nylon and ward off germs with antibacterial properties. A 10-year warranty ensures the carpets will last longer than most winning streaks or World Series curses.
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    350 East 40th Avenue
    Eugene, OR US
  • Collins Cycle Shop
    Servicing the cycles of beginner and advanced riders alike, Collin's Cycle Shop coasts on its reputation of attentive customer service and mechanical excellence. The cycling-centric staff assists riders in finding a range of pedal-worthy products to complement their tour du jour. A variety of fenders ($50), indoor racks ($40), and car racks ($75) dot the brightly lit showroom alongside fixed-gear and multi-gear bike brands from manufacturers such as Giant, Redline, and Specialized. Helmets ($45+) and lights ($20–$145) ensure rider safety while U-locks ($45) protect bikes from floating away into the stratosphere. Cyclists enjoy free tune-ups with all new bike purchases, as wells as free lifetime truing on all custom-made wheels. Recognizing the varied goals and needs of every customer, Collin's Cycles offers customized bike fitting ($50–$300) for commuters, enthusiasts, and professional riders. A two-wheeling tech works with each rider during the fitting by installing ergonomically savvy combinations of handlebars, stems, and grips on the bike for optimal positioning and comfortable saddling of damsels in distress.
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    60 E 11th Ave
    Eugene, OR US
  • Paintball Games
    Though reviews of Paintball Palace are mixed, many PBReview.com users enjoy the field layout and compliment management. Here's what reviewers had to say:
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    1820 W 7th Ave
    Eugene, OR US
  • Coaches' Athletic
    The expert staff at Coaches’ Athletic enriches the batting and catching skills of beginner and advanced ballplayers alike with team, group, and private lessons. Loaded with baseballs and softballs by coaches or parents, self-feed machines launch slow and fast pitches at guests practicing their swing in the indoor hitting cages. The remainder of the turfed indoor facility accommodates drills and scrimmages, and the instant feedback of ProMirror video-analysis training lets visitors pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses after each play. Once practice is over, patrons can load up on athletic gear such as masks, mitts, and instructional videos on training zebras as referees.
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    3990 Roosevelt Blvd, Ste B
    Eugene, OR US
  • The Bow Rack
    Arrows whiz across 20 to 40 yards at an indoor archery range before impaling a lineup of bull?s-eyes and animal dummies. Since 1971, archers of all skill levels have calibrated their aim and perused the inventory of archery products that adorn the 5,000-square-foot space at The Bow Rack. The shop houses a TechnoHunt virtual archery system, which allows participants to hunt game in a variety of simulated environments without the hassle of traveling or notifying all those poor bull's-eyes' next of kin. The selection of gear at the range includes products from Easton Archery and Hoyt, such as the the Hoyt Buffalo, which is the bow that Katniss uses in The Hunger Games.
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    392 Q St.
    Springfield, OR US
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