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Sports Basement NOVATO
100 Vintage Way
Novato, CA, 94945

Mon-Fri: 9am-9pm
Sat & Sun: 9am-8pm

CONTACT US: (415) 493-2623 or EMAIL US


Ski & Snowboard
Triathlon Wetsuits
Bike Travel Cases
Demo Mountain Bikes
Demo Tennis Racquets
Demo Bike Wheels & Saddles
GoPro Cameras

We keep it green at the Basement

You may have noticed that our logo is green, but our green-ness goes much deeper than that! Each of our stores has collection bins for you to recycle those mystery items you're not sure what to do with, from energy bar wrappers (they get turned into bags!) to climbing ropes (they get turned into leashes for rescue pups!). In fact, we recently won an award for our recycling program! Specific recycling is listed on each store page.

But being green is about reducing wast too—that's why we introduced our refillable propane program! Basementeers who buy a refillable propane canister from us can refill it for free, forever. So far, we've saved nearly 11,000 canisters from landfills!

Recycle Here:

Bike Parts
Cell Phones
Energy Bar Wrappers
Propane Canisters
Running Shoes
Tennis Balls

Upcoming Events

Stafflete Dana Treiber-Martin
Meet Your Staffletes

Dana has been a marketer at Sports Basement for almost a year, but if you had just met her, you’d think she’s been with us forever. She helped us get our Santa Rosa store off on the right foot in June of 2017 and provided immeasurable support during the North Bay Fires later that year, connecting our resources to where they were needed. She is now working towards opening our new store in Novato as a Senior Marketer. You might be asking, has she always been a superhero? The answer is yes. Before being one of our most talented marketers, she worked at the American Cancer Society for 16 years and she also supports the Marin Bicycle Coalition’s bike safety efforts. That’s probably why her favorite thing about working at SB is the Basementeer program.

Apart from being an incredible human being, Dana is also a super talented cyclist. She’s raced as a Category 1 cyclist (which is the most competitive racing classification out there) and even formed her own local women’s race team. She just completed the SF Haute Route where she cycled 300 miles and climbed 20,350 feet of elevation in 3 days...back to backThat’s how cool she is. Nowadays you can (try to) catch her riding her bike around Marin County, although she’s always looking’ to leave tracks around the world. She has her sight set on riding the Italian Dolomites Challenge this September. It’s the same track that the pros battle on during the classic Giro D’Italia, and we have no doubt she'll emerge vittorioso!