For more than 34 years, San Diego Ice Arena has hosted weekly public skating sessions on their indoor rink including mascot-led games for kids, teen nights full of pop music and disco lights, and adults-only events scored to hits from the ‘80s and ‘90s. During classes, coaches give skaters individualized attention, guiding them through the basics or teaching them complex jumps that could help them leap over Lego buildings in a single bound. Figure skaters can also hone their skills during private lessons or freestyle sessions, while hockey players race after pucks during in-house league games, adult pick-up sessions, or private youth lessons.
San Diego Ice Arena’s pro shop stocks plenty of hockey and figure-skating gear, and skaters can also bring in their skates for a variety of maintenance services including skate sharpening, skate stretching, and blade repair.
Golden State Sports is the largest premier Paintball and Airsoft retail chain in San Diego County. We have locations in La Mesa, Miramar and Oceanside. We have a full range of paintball and airsoft equipment in stock. With Rusty Glaze and Todd Martinez on staff, we are professionally owned and professionally operated!
A premier stop for new and used sporting goods, this location of Play it Again Sports is tucked into a large shopping mall on Mira Mesa Boulevard. Take advantage of their trade-in policy to receive brand name equipment at reduced prices, or simply sell back old and used equipment for cash. This can be especially helpful for those with children in youth sports, who often grow out of their equipment rapidly. The national Play it Again franchise tends to carry brand names such as Adidas, Under Armour and Nike, and cover most basic sporting needs. Whether it’s football cleats, a baseball bat or a disk golf set, this looming, bright Mira Mesa warehouse-like space has customers covered.
With its sunny dry days, endless serpentine roads and back county trails, San Diego is cycling heaven. So is Black Mountain Bicycles on Hibert Street, which acts as a cycle-centric nirvana for both on and off-road riders. Expect an impressive selection of the best gear, parts and brand new bikes from industry giants such as Specialized, Trek, Moots, Yeti and Shimano. Inside the storefront you’ll find wheels for kids, the perfect riding accessories, cutting-edge tech to track rides and improve performance, plus a full service repair shop. Black Mountain Bicycles is no recent transplant either, having existed in the area for about four decades, and boasting the largest bike selection in San Diego.
Experts from De Leon Aerial Fitness take students even higher with circus-inspired classes in aerial silks, static trapeze, AcroYoga, and other unique methods. The programs, devised by veteran gymnasts and acrobats Victor and Nicole Flores, combine focuses on fitness, skill development, and performance while ensuring that students are never rushed and learn at their own pace.
Victor and Nicole Flores, founders of De Leon Aerial Fitness, both started out with 15 years of competitive artistic gymnastics training before becoming professional acrobats. Now they share their passion for aerial and ground acrobatics training through the De Leon Aerial Fitness program. Classes are held at San Diego United Training Center.
With more than one million label-sets sold, and features in Golf Magazine, Pin High Inc. golf-club labels are a classy and durable way to display club ownership. Each set contains 20 laminated labels ($9.95, shipping and handling not included) with up to four lines of information shimmering in your choice of black with gold printing, chrome with black printing, and gold with black printing. Whether showcasing a name and address or a mind-tingling rebus puzzle, the crux of Pin High labels' six layers is the superstrong metallic Mylar film. At 1/1,000th of an inch thick, this Mylar film is one of the most tenacious films available, protecting labels from wear, tear, and water-hazard crocodile bites. Like baseball cards, Pin High's easy-to-read labels are laminated with an air-clear polyester film and then die-cut into strips long enough to overlap when wrapped around a club’s shaft. Corners are rounded to prevent edge peel and to calm angle-phobic golf partners.