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Open seven days a week, the Beverly Hills Bike Shop is located just west of the Rancho Park Golf Course on Pico Boulevard, selling brand name bicycles to this sprawling West Los Angeles neighborhood. Though not a city known for its cycling, L.A. kids and adults alike have taken such a shine to the shop that they recently moved into their new, larger facility, which means plenty of room for their wide array of mountain, road, hybrid and beach cruiser bicycles. A friendly and well-versed staff can help to find the bike that suits your needs best, while providing service on the same ride for years from their service department in the back. And if you’re just looking for gear to get you prepped for your next ride, Beverly Hills Bike Shop’s got that, too.
Eco Dive Center?s dedication to water conservation shines through in its educational programs?the dive team teaches its students not only about scuba diving, but how to properly care for and respect the underwater world. It?s much more than just a water-safety school and aquatics emporium, although it does house dive gear from renowned brands such as Bare and Oceanic in its 5,000 square-foot store. And it does, of course, certify students in both basic open-water PADI skills and more advanced specialties, such as rescue and first-response.
Eco Dive has led underwater cleanup expeditions off of Santa Monica Pier, removing hundreds of pounds of trash in the process, and has enlisted the help of school children to spruce up local beaches. It has also partnered with area non-profits such as Heal the Bay, an organization that educates the public about reducing water pollution and administering splints if waves sprain their ankles.
The Izip Store supplies a fleet of electric bicycles, rentals, and accessories to commuters and explorers who welcome the assistance of Currie Electro-Drive motor systems. Mounted on electric steeds, riders tackle hills and long distances while keeping fatigue at bay and preventing overworked feet from retiring to spend more time with their families. The emissions-free cyber steeds include models designed to accommodate sport riders and leisurely cruisers, with motors capable of 31-mile distances. In addition, The Izip Store houses to a flock of electric scooters that allow riders to stand while reaching speeds of up to 15 miles per hour. The compact cruising devices feature foldable handlebars for practical storage in lockers, cubicles, or the overhead compartments of personal jets.
From the wall art depicting a Venice Beach taqueria to the back parking lot, fashioned with deck furniture and transformed into a patio, Rider Shack Surf and Skate Shop brings that laid-back, beachside vibe to a busy stretch of Washington Boulevard in Los Angeles. While the namesake skateboards and surfboards take up racks of space, the shop also carries a wide selection of sunglasses, a wall full of TOMS slip-on shoes and clothes from surfer-friendly brands like Hurley, Billabong and Rip Curl. Rider Shack Surf and Skate Shop also repairs and rents out surfboards to the surrounding neighborhood, and offers free in-store fitness and yoga classes on select dates.
Until 1970, Doug Warbrick and Brian Singer ran one of hundreds of Australian surf shops vying for attention in a highly competitive market. Both avid surfers, they realized that too many companies supplied boards while too few manufactured wetsuits. So they bought a small house and a pre-World War II sewing machine, then cut up rubber from the floor to weave into prototype designs that they test-piloted themselves. Rip Curl was founded on the principles that, "Rip Curl is a company for, and about, the Crew on The Search." The company bases its foundation on the guiding concepts that the products they make, the events they run, the riders they support and "the people they reach globally are all part of the Search that Rip Curl is on" .
Now made with the duo's own Elastomax and SlickSkin technology, the wetsuits are one of many Rip Curl items designed and distributed in more than 60 countries around the world. Though products such as handcrafted custom boards and tide-tracking wristwatches retain the company's ties to surfing, the business has since expanded to gear and accessories for boardsports that include snow, skate, and wake. Rip Curl also continues to foster the boardsport community with Rip Curl Pro competitions throughout the globe and sponsored teams of top surfing, snowboarding, and wakeboarding athletes.