In my quest for demoing the Top cycling trainers in the world, I was given the opportunity to demo multiple trainers at one of the Elite bike centers in Ohio. In my northern trek to Kettering Ohio, I was given a warm and personal welcome to K & G Bike Center by its owner and CEO Justin. The bike shop is nestled in a small-town in Kettering Ohio (also in Xenia and Centerville) with all of the whistles and bells of all the new and top 2018 cycling products, gear and apparel in the market today. My welcome to the K&G family with truly honest, knowledgeable and passionate group of guys in the cycling world was very much appreciated.
The main demo was in the Cyclops trainers primarily the Hammer Direct Drive and Magnus via their virtual training facility. This will give you a full and comprehensive look before your purchase and what will be like to experience the accuracy, durability, stability and advanced technology of the Cyclops products. This demo was set up through the Cyclops Marketing Ryan Birkicht, who was able to coordinate a comprehensive look at their entire Cyclops product line. Justin and the Saturday morning crew made me feel like I was a true member of their family and on their cycling team. Their knowledge and understanding of their equipment and installation of my products was essential to their excellence and showed their affordability and their honesty with their bike products.
While I continue to use a local bike shop in Cincinnati Montgomery Cyclery (Beechmont), I only wish that the K&G Bike Center was a tad closer so I would be able to continue my experience in the Cyclops advancing technology world. K&G display products are the better-than-average display of Cannondale, Kurt Kinetic, Yakima, Thule, Swagman, Rocky Mounts, Kuat, Saris, Giro, Giant, Blackburn and all the other bike products in 2018. If you live in the Dayton area or you would feel like driving a tad North, the warm welcome experience along with the affordability of this shop is bar none, so purchase a bike get some new summer gear or just go try out what’s new for 2018.