When people think of New York City transportation, they may picture fleets of yellow taxicabs, speedy subway trains, and horn-blaring sedans. If they adjust their vision, they'll see bicycles weaving through the bustling streets, granting their owners fresh air and exercise. Located just outside the city, Piermont Bicycle Connection arms customers with bikes that make their way to the the Big Apple. Inside the shop, customers can purchase high-quality bikes from Cannondale, Cervélo, and Schwinn as well as biking apparel in the form of gloves, shorts, and one-piece suits for cyclist meetings. They can also hand over their bikes to onsite mechanics for repairs, lounging in the full-service coffee bar as they wait.
Rain. Snow. Sunshine that just won't quit. None of that matters at Fairview Golf Center. The center's two-tiered covered driving range stands in defiance of the elements, letting golfers of all ages and skills launch balls towards five target greens spaced from 60 to 200 yards. A total of 76 tees blanket the facility, and the structure's lower level stays heated during winter months.
Golfers can work on their game by themselves at the range or take advantage of private sessions from Fairview's faculty of PGA instructors. These experts also host group clinics for kids and adults. Golfers who want to practice putting or fishing balls out of a water hazard with their toes can head to Fairview's outdoor mini-golf course.
Before a game, golfers head to the pro shop to stock up on equipment. Staffers there often have customers hit a few balls at the range. That way, they can fit the best wood or iron from brands such as Titleist and Nike.
Backyard Sports engages young athletes in a series of weekly skill sessions, including baseball and basketball sport camps, taught by teachers, coaches, and varsity athletes. One-hour spring baseball sessions for pre-kindergarten through 2nd-graders, which take place on Sundays from May 8 to June 19, are tailored toward appropriate skill levels. Novices learn basic rules of the game, fundamental catching and throwing skills, and how to kick dust when arguing a call. More experienced athletes can hone fielding, hitting, speed and agility, and how to interpret an endorsement contract.
Established in 1948, Westchester Golf Range is 16-acre parcel of land that invites golfers of all stripes to hone their skills on all-grass tee boxes. Today, it continues as a prime spot for golfers to practice long drives, hone iron accuracy, and train their golf balls to obey commands.
Anchor your love letters to Derek Jeter with a piece of the cathedral of baseball. Today's side deal puts a little piece of history on your desk, end table, or upturned plastic milk crate. For $39, plus a flat $10 shipping fee (not included in today's Groupon), you get a Yankee Stadium final season crystal paperweight from Steiner Sports, an $80 value. Each paperweight is additionally weighted with actual infield dirt from the old Yankee Stadium, dirt that itself bore the weight of legends. Possess a piece of baseball history, and shove it in the face of your Red Sox–loving friends.
Delight the Yankee fan in your life with a gift that scores high marks in the dual criteria for gift quality: heaviness and silt content. This deal is perfect for propping open liquor cabinet doors, getting your cat to stay, and keeping your important documents weighed down while you sip a cold one and watching A-Rod shatter yet another record. Each paperweight is laser engraved with the logo for the final season in the old stadium and includes an MLB hologram. Grab this deal and hold on to valuable memories and valuable slips of paper.
Note: A flat $10 shipping fee will apply.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports proves that learning to dunk a basketball is not a matter of practice and persistence, but of location. On the new slam-dunk basketball lanes, preteens can achieve the same amount of air time as pro stars, dropping the ball into the net before landing safely on the springy floor. The new lines are part of a recent expansion which includes a new dual foam pit. You’ll also find an enormous main court and two trampoline dodgeball areas including the sloped walls—with elastic surface. These antigravity zones allow for freeform flips and bounds as well as games and activities. . Dodgeball teams lob soft spheres at each other in midjump for an exhilarating workout, The center court also caters to skateboarders and snowboarders, who can rehearse their tricks without worrying about hard falls or the harsh critiques of a nearby Sasquatch.
During open bounce time, the gym welcomes guests of all ages to test its cushy amenities, all of which are supervised by staff and protected by various safety measures. Bounce! Jr., a separate area for youngsters aged 6 and younger, boasts its own miniature version of the main courts' foam pit, as well as an inflatable obstacle course. Group events range from birthday parties to corporate gatherings, and an arcade allows friends to take breaks from the hopping grounds. All of these features have helped Bounce! to garner considerable press—its trampolines have been seen on Today and as far away as Japan on Tokyo TV.