Author Archives: Cole Hayward

Last Minute Holiday Sale

22 Dec 16
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December 22nd & 23rd
25% off nutrition, accessories and clothing
(excluding Garmin and cycle racks)

The passing of the Torch!

27 Oct 16
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As most of you know, Jane Hayward (who has been here since we opened in 2008) took over managing C- mike-store-front-resizedTown a few years ago. Jane is (and will always be) a lively character who really is the face of C-Town. She is stepping back a bit to spend more time with family. Although, if you just have to get your Jane fix, try Mondays and Wednesdays!

We wanted to introduce our new store manager, Mike Stigers. Mike brings to C-Town and Conyers/Covington approximately 30 yrs of experience in road racing, cyclocross, mountain bike, and track as well being an accomplished triathlete. Most recently, Mike was the store manager at Epic Bikes for 10 years and the last 2 years has made a living with his own company- Fit Performance Coaching serving the triathlon community. Mike has experience in national and international venues including world and Pan-American games multiple occasions. One of biggest benefits to C-Town (beyond his passion for cycling) is FIT. Bike fit is a special area of his expertise. He started with the fit kit (many moons ago when FIT was just being born) and became certified in other systems as they came along.

I hope you make the time to stop by and say hi!

No Monday Night Ride!

03 Oct 16
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October 3rd gets dark too early! Sorry riders, the Monday ride is cancelled until Spring 2017. STAY TUNED for announcement of indoor trainer schedule, and stop by to CHECK OUT our new 2017 bikes! (We’re building 20 more today!)

GIANT Propel Advanced

GIANT Propel Advanced

CLOSED Memorial Day

30 May 16
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In remembrance and thanks to those who GAVE IT ALL.Wounded Warrior logo

Why Shop Locally?

18 Dec 14
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Stocking Stuffer collage

Shop Small, Shop Local: when you shop locally, $45 of every $100 you spend goes right back into the city where you live. Compare that to $14 for every $100 for the big box – Wal-Mart, Target and Starbucks. We know you can’t always shop locally, but when you can- think of the police, fire fighters and teachers in OUR community.