Sports & Hobbies
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Second Life features many active sporting and hobby communities and social groups, as well as sporting events and recreational activities.
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Check out both modern and vintage bikes and biker fashions at 19 Motorcycle, located in Edo Japan.View this destination »
Grab a bunch of friends and pitch a tent, sit by a campfire and roast marshmallows. At AZ Camping Central, you will find a range of all your camping needs including kayaks, sleeping bags, tents, fishing kits, campfires and backpacks.View this destination »
Hop on a rubber duckie and race your friends as you speed through a series of gates in this crazy racing course. If you time it right, you can hit a power up to quack past the competition.View this destination »
Challenge others and enjoy the real-life racing atmosphere at Corse GP. This public circuit is open to anyone who enjoys the thrill of riding a speedy car or motorcycle. A free bike is provided for those who don't already own one.View this destination »
Racers Island began by offering a multitude of racing styles. This racing community lets enthusiasts enjoy cruising or challenges with four races each week, stock, drift, carts, even destruction derby. They offer many tracks for personal vehicles, so join the community of 3500 members and get ready to race!View this destination »
Railway aficionados will love the fine collection of old and new trains on display at this old depot, while the shops and buildings around the terminal put a decidedly different spin on the old-fashioned mill town.View this destination »
Strap on your aviator glasses and head into the Wild Blue Yonder! Check out new and vintage aircraft, race model planes, learn how to skydive, or hop into the cockpit of your own sky shuttle and take your place among the clouds.View this destination »
GOHA was established in 2006 and continues a tradition of professional, realistic scripted-team sports within Second Life.View this destination »
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