The sharpshooters at Pacific Archery Sales outfit hunters with the tools and skills necessary to hit the bull’s-eye of any target, be it an eight-point buck or the doorbell of a friend’s house. Inside Pacific Archery’s pro shop, open seven days a week, experts help customers select bows, arm guards, and targets, as well as additional hunting supplies such as knives and bow-fishing equipment. Students refine their aim during lessons on an indoor range boasting 20-yard lanes and mounted trophies from past hunts.
Though not primarily thought of as a cyclist’s town, Las Vegas’ generally temperate climate and long, flat roads make for a perfect day of pedaling. Riders can be found in nearly any neighborhood throughout the valley, and when those cyclists need a tune-up or new part, many head to Broken Spoke Bikes. Located in Summerlin, Broken Spoke offers first-hand basic, advanced and complete overhauls for bikes in need, and keeps a steady supply of new bikes on their racks as well, for anyone looking to get started in the world of cycling – or riders ready for an upgrade. Beyond the Spandex-wearing road racers, Broken Spoke offers services, apparel and parts for BMX enthusiasts, mountain bikers and daily riders as well. Racks and shelves are filled with water bottles, socks, nutrition supplements and more, making each stop at Broken Spoke the perfect opportunity to refit yourself for the next ride.
Opened since 1984, Pro Cyclery on Charleston Boulevard in Las Vegas prides itself in excellent customer service, while providing several maintenance and repair services to avid cyclists and around-town riders alike. Typical mechanical services include basic tune-ups, drive train overhauls, complete breakdowns and ground-up fixes and wheel builds, to name a few. This large, open bicycle shop also fits bikes for each customer who purchases one, to ensure that every unique individual has the perfect and most comfortable bike. From wheels to several styles of bikes, and helmets to car racks, Pro Cyclery houses a wide display of products that meet every cyclist’s needs. And if you’re looking for the low-slung space, just keep an eye out for the iron-welded bike frame that protrudes from the roof – or the various colorful cycling banners and posters that hang from the windows.
A typical Eldorado lake bed tour takes customers age six and up speeding through vast, velocity-friendly desert sand atop a trusted all-terrain vehicle. Young riders can thrash land grains on one of the youth ATV models as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Although patrons are granted opportunities to ogle the formerly subaquatic terrain, the tour primarily strives to quench needs for speed with a full two hours of riding time. Tour guides refuel amateur gauchos with included liquid libations.
Scubafy Dive Center's veteran dive instructor, cofounder Charlie Franks, an instructor, regional training director for IDEA, and evaluator, draws on thousands dives’ worth of experience while teaching scuba courses. Charlie and his instructors guide small-group classes of budding divers aged 12 and older through open-water certification courses, which impart the skills needed to explore the liquid depths of nearby Lake Mead, international waters, or Zeus's hot tub. The shelves and racks of Scubafy's well-stocked dive shop are laden with new and pre-owned gear for divers of all skill levels. Rental equipment is available by the day or week, and air-tank refills, repair services, and all-inclusive introductory packages equip those who are getting their feet wet for the first time.
The soaring peaks and red-rock lava flows of the River Mountains. The snaking gravel paths that form a ghostly memorial to a Hoover Dam railroad. The rippling waters of Lake Mead. At All Mountain Cyclery, these local sights headline daylong bike and kayak tours of the wilderness surrounding Boulder City. Located only a 30-minute drive from the famed Las Vegas strip and 10 minutes from Lake Mead, the cyclery rents out Specialized bikes and sells two-wheelers by big other big names, including KHS and Redline. With a fresh set of pedals beneath their feet, cyclists can confidently cruise down the manmade Bootleg Canyon single track. Gravity tows bikes down the steep path at full throttle, leaving riders free to focus on navigating the challenging terrain and throwing their sneakers at distracting birds.