Sports in Oregon


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  • Mountain Man Sports
    Mountain Man Sports’ original mountain man Jim Wenberg started his business by selling skis, and later expanded his wares and services to include inline skates, snowboards, bikes, and sports accessories. Today, the walls of his shop are nearly unrecognizable behind rows of equipment, guarded by the shop’s faithful dog, Cooper. In addition to matching customers with any necessary equipment, Jim can rent out eager skiers a condo at Boyne Mountain’s Disciples Ridge, a scenic hideaway within walking distance of slopes, restaurants, shops, and a replica of the world’s first icicle.
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    2735 N Reynolds Rd
    Toledo, OH US
  • Wersell's Bike and Ski Shop
    For more than 65 years, the family of adrenaline aficionados at Wersell?s Bike and Ski Shop has outfitted customers with quality cycling equipment by makers such as Kona, Raleigh, and Electra. In addition to the full menu of bicycles ($179+)?including models for kids, roads, trails, and mountains?the specialists carry plenty of gear, including pumps ($35+), helmets ($40+), and goggles ($60+), as well as snow-slicing instruments such as downhill skis ($230+).
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    2860 W Central Ave
    Toledo, OH US
  • Aqua Hut
    Winner of Toledo City Paper's 2008 Best Dive Shop honor, Aqua Hut staffs a sea-savvy staff to teach rookie snorkelers the basics of scuba diving. Today's deal gives you an hour with a professional scuba sensei for an introductory class. Underwater explorers should bring their own towel and bathing suit, but Aqua Hut will supply all the scuba equipment, including mask, fins, snorkel, Catfish-to-English dictionary, and boots. Owner and SSI-certified instructor Jeff Davis has been plunging into watery abysses for 30 years and has consulted Fox News as a scuba expert. More than 10,000 divers have received his team's comfortable, considerate training on how to safely navigate underwater.
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    2543 N Reynolds Rd
    Toledo, OH US
  • Bedford Hills Golf Club
    Bedford Hills Golf Club has assembled a trio of nine-hole courses—the Buckeye, Irish, and Wolverine Courses—to escort players along a lush labyrinth replete with pristine white-sand bunkers and interspersed water hazards. Golfers send shots into lower orbit from well-groomed fairways and putt across penncross bentgrass greens styled with mustaches designed to catch errant shots in their sandy chops. Challenges abound on all three courses, with water hazards and sand traps strategically placed amid the rolling terrain. Bedrock mini-golf course complements the facility with pintsize challenges of its own, as players putt around small sand traps and beautiful landscaping while trying to resist miniature dives off the cascading waterfall.
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    6400 Jackman Rd
    Temperance, MI US
  • Spoke Life Cycles
    A battalion of mountain, road, and kids bikes flanks the walls of Spoke Life Cycles. These cycles, from brands such as Specialized, Schwinn, and GT, help transport riders during trips of all kinds from casual errands to quests for the Holy Grail. The store also stocks bike tools and accessories including cycling computers, panniers, and lights that aim to keep journeys smooth and safe. In addition, the store’s techs provide three different tune-ups, that range from a basic adjustment of brakes and shifters to a complete cleaning and re-building of the whole machine.
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    26597 Dixie Hwy.
    Perrysburg, OH US
  • Dave's Running Shop
    The footwear specialists at New Balance Toledo measure every aspect of customers? show fillers to determine the most comfortable footwear with form-fitting levels of support and motion. After taking measurements and lifestyles into account, the team recommends shoe models to help foot digits feel like plants in a sun chamber, blossoming under the possibilities of versatile new styles. Mens? 860 running shoes ($109.99) and women?s 812 walking shoes ($104.99) offer additional shock absorption to prevent injury and enhance comfort. Boys? and girls? 880 running shoes ($54.99) provide young runners with durable outsoles and offer stretch-lace closures to keep knots far away from joining sailor school. With a commitment to domestic manufacturing, New Balance produces 25% of its footwear in five New England factories.
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    203 Main St
    Delta, OH US
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