A family of avid cyclists operates a long-running bike business in bike-friendly Davis.
Sacramento is fortunate to have the professional soccer team Sacramento Republic FC on several fronts. Often in the playoffs and already with a championship to its name in just nine years since inception, this successful USL team gives area sports fans a team to root for and exciting matchday entertainment.
Roller skating is trendy on a national and local scale for its nostalgic and therapeutic appeal. Capital Region rinks are capitalizing on the pastime’s increasing popularity.
When veterans participate in the irreverent race of old cars called 24 Hours of Lemons, they get a healthy dose of camaraderie, fun and a rush of adrenaline. Costumes and janky cars are just the beginning of what makes this eclectic race special.
Memorabilia, beer and longstanding friendships have made the shop a beloved stop for regulars.
Sacramento may be 100 miles from the closest surfable ocean waves, but that hasn’t stopped Capital Region veterans from catching them.
Hal “Tripp” Gibson, an umpire whose last minor league assignment was with AAA Pacific Coast League, worked his first National League Championship Series this year.
You probably wouldn’t expect to find touches of Italy at a Woodland bowling alley, but there are plenty at the San Bruno Bowling Center.
Sacramento businesses continue to adapt and recalculate as COVID-19 evolves.
The Rosser family has provided 60 years of roping and riding for
rodeo professionals and enthusiasts in Marysville.