Studeo DNA 2382 Camino Vida Roble Ste G, Carlsbad, CA92011 Nestor Rodriguez founded Studeo DNA in Carlsbad to provide cycling enthusiasts with individual services without the…More retail or boutique feel. Appointment-only visits are dedicated to each individual state-of-the-art bike fit followed by a shoe fit for custom made Bont cycle shoes. Bont shoes are made with hand-laid carbon fiber to withstand the stresses of cycling. Studeo DNA's custom bicycle fits prevent the hip, knee and lower back pain associated with ill-fitted bicycles.
Spinergy 1914 Palomar Oaks Way Ste 100, Carlsbad, CA92008 Spinergy is a leading manufacturer of wheels for bicycles, motorcycles, motocross, wheelchairs and more. Each wheel is…More engineered for the highest level of performance. The company’s website offers a full gallery of Spinergy's products, as well as an online store to purchase products in the United States.
World Champion Trading Company 2794 Loker Ave W, Carlsbad, CA92010 Starting small in 2002 selling bicycle parts from his garage, Carlsbad native Mike Forgione, president of…More World Champion Trading Company, kept it local when he moved the business to Carlsbad Oaks Business Center in 2009. You can buy high end components, accessories and complete bikes here as well as have your new bike fitted. The brands carried are Look, Colnago, Focus and Bianci to name a few. Wheels from Easton, helmets from Giro and lights from Blackburn are also offered. With a focus on road riding, the shop does carry some mountain bike parts and is gradually adding more.
Batiquitos Lagoon 7380 Gabbiano Ln, Carlsbad, CA92011 Batiquitos Lagoon is a coastal wetland and home to numerous wildlife species including native plants, birds, fish and…More mammals. An on-site nature center provides information about the preservation, enhancement and protection of the lagoon. From the Nature Center there is a 1.5 mile trail that is mostly flat, and along the trail there are plenty of benches and shaded areas. The lagoon is 610 acres with a drainage basin of about 55,000 acres. Dogs are welcome on a leash and you'll find many on the trail, as well as runners and walkers. No boating, horses, bicycles or motor vehicles are allowed. Fishing is allowed but only in a designated area east of the freeway.