Servicing street stallions for more than four decades, PV Bicycle Center's expert technicians tune up two-wheelers in seven steps. To jump-start the full-frame physical, bikes are hoisted into the air like chain-clad cheerleaders, allowing their frames, spokes, and handlebar pompons to undergo a thorough scrubbing. Next, technicians strip components and degrease them in an ultrasonic cleaner. Submitting your cycle to a shifting and brake adjustment improves its ability to switch speeds and stop, leaving it too well-adjusted to author a spiteful memoir about its winter in the garage. Further adjustments to hubs, bottom brackets and headset bearings encourage peak performance. Finally, adjustors carry out minor wheel truing, check the tires, and breathe new life into your bicycle's rubber lungs.
We are Southern California's leading European Comfort Footwear company with locations scattered around the southland. We offer a great selection of handmade and high-quality shoes and handbags designed for the sophisticated career woman on the go. As a family owned business, our commitment to excellence is deeply rooted.
The knowledgeable staff at Open Ocean Surf, which has been locally owned for 26 years, outfits surfers and skaters with merchandise from top industry brands such as Lost and O'Neill. Customers can fasten trucks and wheels to a Guy Mariano “Girls Girls Girls” deck ($58.95), fashionably thrash the waves in a pair of Lost Mason Rock-It board shorts ($64.50), or convince merfolk of shared lineage by donning a set of 8-inch composite fins ($52). Open Ocean Surf’s O’Neill organic T-shirts ($24) bestow eco-conscious folk with trendy threads, and a 9-foot Sticky Bumps surfboard leash ($24.95) keeps floaters from sailing off in search of Atlantis.
Inside Beauty Loop, the shelves are lined with colorful bottles of high-end fragrances, conditioners, and skincare products. To help clients locate products that suit their individual needs, a professional aesthetician stands by to offer insights and suggestions. This brand-savvy professional may point out that SkinCeuticals cleansers fight acne with exfoliating salicylic acid. Or, they may note that St. Tropez products supply a way to simulate a suntan or a gingerbread cookie. For infants, they'll likely mention skincare products by California Baby, which contain pure ingredients that will not aggravate sensitive skin.
As for hair products, the store features shampoos and styling aides by Moroccanoil and Mixed Chicks. Finishing touches include makeup by Smashbox, volume-boosting mascara by RevitaLash, and imported fragrances from L'Artisan Parfumeur.
Patrons who visit South Bay Xpress Spa and Wax rest easy knowing that they've entrusted their skin to expert aestheticians. That's because the staff undergoes continual training in alternative waxing techniques, facial treatments, and lash enhancement procedures. With this knowledge in hand, the staff pampers clients from head to tail with microdermabrasion, brow tinting, lash perms, and body waxing.
Tastes in Halloween costumes change quickly, but the team at Halloween Club knows that some staples never go out of style. Taco costumes, for instance. Creepy masks, police uniforms, and pirate apparel aren't forgotten either, allowing patrons to finish their cosplay outfit, celebrate Halloween, or put together a really spectacular excuse for not going into work. To round out the store's selection, there's outlandish props, too, such as seven-foot-tall haunted tree automated to flail spookily on its own.