Are you ready for some football??!! Sundays just really opened up for you.
Carson Palmer (quarterback, Arizona Cardinals). Brandin Cooks (wide receiver, New Orleans Saints). Dontrell Inman (wide receiver, San Diego Chargers). Brett Murphy (guy, upstate New York). What do they all have in common? At least once in their lives, they played football and worked out here at your club. And why are we talking about this? Because football is back.
In a few days, this is going to happen all over the country:
Partner A: Bye, honey / sweetie / schmoopie, I’m off to (insert buddy’s house or bar) for a few (see: six or seven) hours to watch the game(s).
Partner B: Remember you have work tomorrow.
Now, Partner B has the option to grit teeth and mutter about Partner A’s upbringing or OR appreciate that Sundays until December have just opened up. As we celebrated in our last post, Labor Day has come and gone, which means the town can breathe again. And if all of the Partner A-types are in the bar for a few (see: six or seven) hours each Sunday, that’s a lot of time to go explore. And luckily for you, La Jolla Sports Club has yet another beautiful day planned out for you. Tell football to take a hike (ha).
Start your Sunday at the crack of 10am at San Diego Fly Rides (619.888.3878), which is an electric-bike rental company and has been rated San Diego’s #1 bike tour company. You can either take a small-group guided tour or follow in La Jolla Sports Club owners, Kera and Brett Murphy’s, uhhh… steps and make your own way. Yes, let’s do that.
Taking advantage of the open roads, Kera and Brett headed north to Del Mar along the coast, stopping by Brigantine for some tasty oysters and beer; boutique jewelry shops; Swami’s in Encinitas for a quick sandwich (where they met the owner of Guava Beach, Brett’s new spot for Vikings football in Mission Beach); and up to Carlsbad for some quality beach time. Depending on how far you go into Carlsbad, you’re looking at a roughly 20 mile ride each way, which equates to roughly A Good Day.
Maybe the coast isn’t for you and you’d rather bounce around Balboa Park or through downtown. One of the reasons we like San Diego Fly Rides so much is that you can take tours or rentals all over San Diego. The town is your Brigantine oyster. North or south or east, just make sure to take advantage of these slower days with your own outdoor adventure! Click on the pics below for a larger image.
OK, that’s it for now, check back next week for our latest post on ‘getting back to you.’ Have a great week/end and oh, yeah, football is back!
// Your La Jolla Sports Club team