Martial arts at Dixon's Ramtown Karate is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this studio has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join in the fun at this studio.
These kickboxing classes will teach you how to properly use your upper and lower body during self-defense.
With a professional mixed martial arts class, you can turn yourself into a well-rounded fighter.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Ramtown Karate for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Dance Daze, Inc. is a curriculum-based dance education program that specializes in high quality, engaging dance programs for children. Our classes are held at the beautiful El Macero Country Club in Davis, CA, only about 15 minutes away from Sacramento.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Wear comfortable clothing that will allow for maximum movement. Ballet slippers or jazz shoes are preferred for most classes, though students in our creative movement class are welcomed to dance in their bare feet.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Dance Daze, Inc. founder Saumirah McWoodson grew up dancing and loves sharing her passion for the art of dance with young dancers who are just starting out!
What do you love most about your job?
I love the energy my students give me and the feeling of reward I get after every class.
The waters of Covell Creek, several ponds, and patches of tall, native grasses shape the 18-hole course at Wildhorse Golf Club—a 6,828-yard track sculpted by award winning golf course architect Jeff Brauer. The natural hazards may not be hospitable to errant golf balls, but they do sustain a thriving population of geese, swans, owls, and a cattail or two that can be used as a pitching wedge. The course features several challenging holes, including a memorable finisher. At 465 yards from the tips, the 18th hole—a par four for men and a par five for ladies—will have even long hitters struggling to reach the green in regulation. To prep swings and putting strokes, golfers can warm up at a 30,000 square-foot chipping and putting green or graze on calorie-rich grass at the 18-stall driving range.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course designed by Jeff Brauer
Length of 6,828 yards from the tips
Course rating of 73.0 from the tips
Slope rating of 135 from the tips
Five tee options
Behind a rough-hewn wooden façade, walls embellished with wheels and cycles surround Apex Cycles & Services' solo employee, Aaron Curtin. While stocking the store with quality bikes and parts from brands such as Kona, Continental, and De Rosa, Aaron builds an excellent rapport with customers by executing thorough cycle services for almost all makes and models. Bike treatments range from basic tune-ups to comprehensive overhauls that include the installation of fresh parts and a deep cleansing. Aaron also constructs bikes from custom components and works with clients to accommodate all budgets by utilizing prviously used parts and allowing patrons to whittle down debts by volunteering at the shop. Aaron can pick up and drop off two-wheelers himself or welcome them into his store with more delight than a BMX rider moving to a neighborhood filled with drained pools.
Ken Sawitzky’s lifelong devotion to golf began in 1958, when he studied under the tutelage of Johnny Goodman, the last amateur to win the U.S. Open. Since then, his golf career has blossomed like a greenside bougainvillea, encompassing 15 years of experience correcting swings, smoothing out putts, and framing interestingly shaped divots. Ken started teaching golf at Lighthouse G.C. in West Sacramento and moved to Wildhorse G.C. in 2003 when Lighthouse was closed. Ken now splits his time conducting golf classes for the Davis Parks and Recreation Department, tirelessly searching for new score-shaving methods to sprinkle upon the unsown swings of his pupils.
Find sporting goods that suit your personal style at Ken's Bike and Ski in Davis and head to your next game feeling confident.
Bring your furry friend to the store — Ken's Bike and Ski allows dogs to dine, too.
Hunting and fishing takes a lot of gear, and this store has it all!
Take on some of the roughest back country trails on one of their stellar mountain bikes.
There is ample parking located within the area, making your parking spot hunting quick and stress-free.
So when you're ready to jump into action, some new sports gear is waiting for you at Ken's Bike and Ski in Davis.