Big Bear Lake is an attractive locale in the middle of the San Bernardino National Forest, and Paddles and Pedals provides the tools to make the most of the stunning location. You can rent a kayak, standup paddleboard, or paddle boat to traverse its glassy surface. Once you're out on the water, find the perfect spot to view birds and wildlife against a backdrop of snowcapped mountains and tall pines. If you prefer to explore on land, hop on a bike to wander the trails that crisscross the park or, in the winter, rent a pair of snowshoes to follow a tour guide to the most scenic lookouts in Big Bear Valley.
You'll be zooming down those back country trails in no time when you pick up one of their awesome mountain bikes.
Motorcycles are just some of the reliable and attractive vehicle options that you can find here.
With all of the parking options close by, you can keep an eye on your car during your visit.
Within Revolution Bike Shop’s warehouse storefront, expert mechanics true wheels and build bikes on the shop's floor in full view of customers, thus hinting at their mission to form an accessible and egalitarian community of bikers. In addition to showcasing their labors, mechanics collaborate with customers to design and build their dream bikes, and the staff sponsors a bike team and organizes weekend rides. They also help budding cyclists navigate the vast inventory of apparel and accessories and hone in on the ideal bike for leisurely weekend rides or high-speed ice-cream-truck chases.
At La Jolla Shores, the ocean bottom slopes gently out to sea and the waves roll gently toward the beach, where seals can be found sleeping in the sun. This unique ecology makes the area an ideal entryway into the ocean, which the native La Jollan owners of La Jolla Kayak take full advantage of, leading kayaking excursions past the steep cliffs and through the secluded sea caves where humans first learned to douse fire.
Alternatively, snorkel tours allow explorers to dive into the 6,000-acre Underwater Park to spy the leopard shark, garibaldi, and dolphins swimming underfoot. To facilitate journeys, La Jolla Kayak transports visitors' kayaks to the beach straight from its outfitting shop, which also houses complimentary lockers and rents out wetsuits to keep love-struck sea lions from slipping notes into divers' pockets.
It’s hard to get a sense of a city’s true spirit from inside a car. That’s why the staffers at Wheel Fun Rentals offer tourists access to their fleet of bikes and segways, allowing them to weave through San Diego’s cobbled side streets and picturesque parks that are inaccessible to larger vehicles or saddled giant squirrels. Guests can rent bikes or surreys for a self-guided ride, or they can hop on the latest segway cruiser for guided tours, with guides sharing wisdom about the architecture, history, and famous people of downtown San Diego or Coronado Island. By investing in these eco-friendly methods of tourism, Wheel Fun Rentals helps clients simultaneously experience and protect the environment around them.
San Diego Bay's waves hum with life. Dolphins gambol in the water, seals sun themselves, and sea birds swoop through the air. Humans enter the scene, joining the activity by exploring the waters on OEX Point Loma's stand-up paddleboards. Situated in Sun Harbor Marina, the shop stocks SUPs by brands such as Starboard, JP Australia, and Art in Surf, which its clients can rent along with kayaks on an hourly basis. The expert team also helms SUP lessons for novices, which cover topics from key strokes to safety tips, such as never to stand on the bottom side of your board.