As another poster has commented, put a medium-sized holding
tank in your workshop. This will eventually fill with air up to the
operating pressure of your shed-based compressor. For a 60'
run, I'd use standard flexible airhose inside of a modest diameter
pvc conduit. For very large runs, I'd use extremely inexpensive,
high pressure, smaller diameter flexible tubing. It works fine for
very long runs.
I'd also suggest installing a T-connector with quick connects at
the workshop holding tank. Everybody eventually winds up with
more than one compressor. I've got four of them. You will someday
own a second, small portable compressor useful for a brad nailer
With the quick connect and the T-fitting, you can tie in that second
compressor to speed up the recovery time for your holding tank.
I use such an arrangement with a 3-way splitter to combine capacities
of 3 of my compressors when I need quick recovery time and/or
high airflow capacity. Works fine.