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Adventure for Hire 2015


A-FRAME SURF: Surfboard and boogie board rentals. 3785 Santa Claus Ln., Carpinteria; 684-8803; aframesurf.com.

BICI CENTRO: Education center, thrift store, and repair help. 434 Olive St.; 617-3255; bicicentro.org.

BICYCLE BOB’S: Trek bikes and more. 320 S. Kellogg Ave.; 682-4699; bicyclebobs-sb.com.

BLUELINE STAND UP PADDLE SURF: Stand-up paddleboard sales and rentals. 24 E. Mason St.; 450-9490; bluelinepaddlesurf.com.

CALICO HUNTER CHARTERS: Sea bass fishing and more. 484-2041; calicohuntercharters.com.

CHANNEL ISLANDS AVIATION: Fly to the islands for day hikes, surf fishing, or camping. Camarillo Airport; 987-1301; flycia.com.

CHANNEL ISLANDS OUTFITTERS: Kayak the coastline or the Channel Islands. 117 B Harbor Wy.; 899-4925; channelislandso.com.

CIRCLE BAR B STABLES: Guided canyon horse rides, solo rentals, and accommodations. 1800 Refugio Rd., Goleta; 968-3901; circlebarb.com.

CLOUD CLIMBERS JEEP TOURS: Backcountry wine tasting and guided mountain adventures; 646-3200; ccjeeps.com.

CONDOR EXPRESS: Fast, 75-foot vessel for whale watching, dinner cruises, and more. 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd.; 882-0088; condorexpress.com.

CRANKY’S BIKES: Sales. 1014 State St.; 963-7433; crankysbikes.com

EAGLE PARAGLIDING: Paragliding instruction by Rob Sporrer. 968-0980; eagleparagliding.com.

FASTRACK BICYCLES: Sales. 118 W. Canon Perdido St.; 884-0210; fastrackbicycles.com.

FLY AWAY HANG GLIDING: Hang gliding lessons. 403-8487; flyawayhanggliding.com.

HARMONY HORSE TRAINING: Full equestrian facility, including two jumping arenas and trails. Private lessons available for adults and children, as well as Summer Horse Camp for kids. 451-9909; harmonyhorsetraining@gmail.com.

HAZARD’S CYCLESPORT: Sales and repairs. 110 Anacapa St.; 966-3787; hazardscyclesport.com

HEARTS THERAPEUTIC EQUESTRIAN CENTER: Riding instruction for disabled kids and adults. 964-1519; heartsriding.org.

HIDDEN OAKS CLUBHOUSE SWIM CLUB: Seasonal, monthly, and daily rates. Kids’ birthday parties; pool toys welcome. Open through Nov. 1. 4760 Calle Camarada; 967-5574; hiddenoaksclubhouse.com.

ISLAND PACKERS: Transportation to Channel Islands National Park. 1691 Spinnaker Dr., #105B, Ventura; 642-1393; islandpackers.com.

ISLA VISTA BICYCLE: Cruiser, mountain bike, and electric bike sales, rentals, and repairs. 880 Embarcadero del Mar, Isla Vista; 968-FEET (3338).

J7 SURFBOARDS: Boards and more. 24 E. Mason St.; 290-4129; j7surfdesigns.com

KA NAI’A OUTRIGGER CANOE CLUB: Ocean paddling club open to all. 969-5595; kanaia.com.

MOUNTAIN AIR SPORTS: Rent a tent, backpack, and other camping gear. 14 State St.; 962-0049; mountainairsports.com.

MULLER AQUATIC CENTER: Swimming, physical therapy, water aerobics, and more. 22 Anacapa St.; 963-8917.

OPEN AIR BICYCLES: Sales and rentals. 1303 State St. and 3516 State St.; 962-7000; openairbicycles.com

PLAY IT AGAIN SPORTS: Secondhand and new gear of all sorts. 4850 B Hollister Ave.; 967-9889; playitagainsports.com.

REI: Outdoor gear for every activity. 321 Anacapa St.; 560-1938; rei.com/stores/134.

SANTA BARBARA ADVENTURE COMPANY: Kayak the coast or islands, bike, climb, surf, wine taste, do ropes courses, and more. 720 Bond Ave.; 884-9283; sbadventureco.com.

SANTA BARBARA AQUATICS: Scuba lessons, equipment, and more. 5822 Hollister Ave., Goleta; 967-4456.

S.B. BICYCLE COALITION: Advocacy and resources for bike safety and access. 845-8955, sbbike.org.

SANTA BARBARA ROCK GYM: More than 8,500 square feet of climbing terrain and certified instructors. Perfect for beginners and pros. 322 State St.; 770-3225; sbrockgym.com.

SANTA BARBARA SAILING CENTER: Sail along in the Double Dolphin, rent a sailboat or kayak, or learn to sail at any age, with camps for kids. 133 Harbor Wy.; 962-2826; sbsail.com.

SANTA BARBARA SEA CHARTERS: Fishing trips and private charters. 896-0541; sbseacharters.com.

S.B. SOARING:  Bird’s-eye views from ultralight gliders. Santa Ynez Airport; 688-2517; sbsoaring.com.

SANTA BARBARA SWIM CLUB: Make swimming a daily routine. 401 Shoreline Dr.; 966-9757; sbswim.org.

SEA LANDING: Jet ski and kayak rentals, fishing charters, Channel Island trips, and all things ocean. 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd.; 963-3564; sealanding.net.

SEGWAY TOURS OF SANTA BARBARA: Choose from several tours around S.B. 16 Helena Ave., Ste. A; 963-7672; segwayofsb.com.

STAND UP PADDLE SPORTS: Lessons and rentals on stand-up paddleboards. 121 Santa Barbara St.; 962-SUPS (7877); paddlesurfing.com.

SUNSET KIDD: Sunset sails, morning excursions, island trips, whale watching, private parties, and weddings. 125 Harbor Wy.; 962-8222; sunsetkidd.com.

SURF HAPPENS: Surf lessons and camps for all ages. 966-3613; surfhappens.com.

SURF N’ WEAR’S BEACH HOUSE: Boards, rentals, and more. 10 State St.; 963-1281; surfnwear.com.

TRUTH AQUATICS: Boat fleet takes divers and fishers to all Channel Islands. 301 W. Cabrillo Blvd.; 962-1127; truthaquatics.com.

VELO PRO CYCLERY: Mountain bike rentals include a lock, tire pump, and the ever-important helmet. 633 State St., 963-7775; and 5887 Hollister Ave., Goleta, 964-8355; velopro.com.

WAVEWALKER CHARTERS: Private fishing and whale-watching trips. 964-2046; wavewalker.com.

WHEEL FUN RENTALS: Inline skates, bikes, strollers, and other vehicles to rent. 23 E. Cabrillo Blvd.; 22 State St.; Fess Parker’s DoubleTree Resort, 633 E. Cabrillo Blvd.; Hyatt of S.B., 1111 E. Cabrillo Blvd.; 966-2282; wheelfunrentalssb.com.

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