Biologists estimate that water makes up 65 percent of the human body, 71 percent of the planet's surface, and 0 percent of the R & B group Earth, Wind & Fire. Conquer the planet’s most prevalent liquid with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of rentals at Hike Bike Kayak Sports. This Groupon is valid at the locations in La Jolla and Mission Bay.
Hike Bike Kayak Sports’ dedicated team of coastal explorers helps patrons maintain healthy adrenaline levels with expert knowledge and guidance, as well as a coterie of kayaks, mountain bikes, surfboards, hybrid bikes, stand-up paddle boards, snorkel gear, wetsuits, and boogie boards. Throughout the year, guests can helm buoyant wave-conquering devices or two-wheeled vehicles with one of many rental options. Equipped with front shocks and wide tires, Bianchi mountain bikes enable customers to take on shade-dappled trails while pursuing elusive views and windswept helmet hairstyles ($15/half day; $22/full day). Explorers can peer into the sea caves at La Jolla shores aboard personal kayaks ($28/two hours; $45/four hours), or join friends in drag racing against advantageous gondoliers on tandem kayaks ($45/two hours; $60/four hours). With each kayak rental, guests receive life jackets, maps, paddles, and basic pretrip instructions on how to stay afloat and keep from pulling the plug on Mother Nature's bathtub.
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Throughout the year, Hike Bike Kayak Inc's expert guides bring out the best in both La Jolla and Mission Bay's scenery as well as those admiring it. The CPR- and first-aid-certified guides equip visitors with gear for safe land and sea adventures. Kayakers and snorkelers in La Jolla's sea caves might catch a glimpse of harmless leopard sharks darting in and out of kelp, and hikers in Torrey Pines State Reserve might spy coyotes playing freeze tag with deers.
The rental agency's civic-minded outdoorsmen consistently model good behavior, whether epitomizing best practices during visits to fragile ecosystems or donating muscle and dollar power to the area's annual Coastal Cleanup Day. An expanding set of programs helps groups to develop teamwork, dog owners bond with their pets, and young scouts earn badges.