There's water, water everywhere around Sunny Isles Beach Water Sports?and its staff would hardly know what to do with themselves otherwise. They were born in the area, and as a result can help their clients get the most out of their time on (or in) Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic, and the inlets of secluded islands. They'll rent surfboards and standup paddleboards for up eight hours at a time, or until you're waylaid by sirens. There are also SUP yoga sessions and?for a thorough introduction to the ways of the ocean?a Paddle Practice class covering surfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and jetskiing.
Big Wheel USA doesn't kid around when it comes to bikes. Its storefront showcases more than 300, each from top brands such as CamelBak and Crankbrothers. Far from limited to adult-sized bikes, Big Wheel USA stocks plenty other wheeled rides, including Trikkes, exercise bikes, and skateboards.
Don't fret if nothing in the store strikes your fancy—Big Wheel's certified mechanics can customize your very own bike, complete with as many training wheels as it takes to make you feel safe. The technicians also conduct bike fittings and repair malfunctioning parts. Big Wheel also sells plenty of bike-related shoes and apparel, and keeps patrons abreast of the latest local rides and events.
Perched on the Dania Cut-off Canal, Thunderboat Marine Service center's three separate marinas and dry-dock facilities harbor, rent, repair, and sell vessels as large as 50 feet in size. For customers, staff rents out sleek Bayliner Bowriders for all-day, self-piloted voyages of Florida's scenic Intracoastal Waterway. Concierges wash and fuel boats at the marina's slips, and technicians at the certified Mercury and Yamaha dealership repair troubled outboard engines, mend broken fiberglass hulls, and scare off stowaways from the steerage by waving a broom at them.
The tennis instructors at Moya Tennis Academy lead lessons, coaching sessions, and summer camps that adhere to curriculum pioneered by founder Greg Moya. Moya's tennis drills and fitness training regimen are the result of years spent coaching WTA and ATP players toward success.
South Florida Trikke's three-wheeled vehicles enable riders to carve through the urban landscape while reaping the toning benefits of workouts that aim to engage every muscle group. The company's fleet includes all manner of the curious conveyance system, such as body-powered Trikkes, which require users to rhythmically shift their weight to gain momentum and keep moving forward. Alternatively, electrically charged Trikkes dash around at speeds of up to 18 miles per hour, and snow Skki models conjure high-speed rushes similar to riding mountain bikes or mechanical bulls down a mountain. To spread the good word, South Florida Trikke rents out the vehicles and teaches free introductory lessons.