Here's what a recent customer had to say about her experience in our store:
I was one of a group of 30 women who cycled on the Underground Railroad Route last May and made a stop at the Peninsula store...They were awesome. The shop was incredibly well equipped and had lots of neat stuff for us to buy (that is the idea, right?!!)...The guys who worked there treated us women very, very well (as opposed to some other shops where we were seen as a bunch of idiots, and several were ripped off). You all even oohed and aahed over the gorgeous bikes that some of the women had! -- Anne from Tennessee
My Daily Cycling Tip by Century Cycles Owner Scott Cowan
Don't Be A Wobbler! - No one likes to ride with an unpredictable cyclist, a rider who weaves or swerves. Fortunately, there's a cure for this dangerous condition. Most wobbles comes from upper-body tension. If you can just relax your neck, shoulders, arms and hands while biking, you'll find that you're a lot less likely to weave; and people won't act like you have bad breath when you call and invite them to ride with you. Two tension busters are regularly shrugging your shoulders and bending your elbows. What happens is, as you tighten up during a ride, your shoulders ride higher and lock up close to your neck. Shrugging every 15 minutes or so and relaxing your arms really helps relieve this stress. Remember that the bike will go straight on its own; there's no need to muscle the handlebars. Relax and you'll ride straighter and be much more comfortable (and safer around your friends).