The Bike Palace
Sometimes it’s easy to forget the contributions that Tony Jabuka makes to the PenCC. A lot of his efforts supporting the club are “behind the scenes.” He’s the Treasurer of the club, the major sponsor of the club, and he’s always busy planning the Steve Hartt Ride, or the club’s next meeting! The list goes on, and on…
Craig Barton is a very enthusiastic supporter of cycling in the South Bay. He’s also a major sponsor of the Peninsula Cycle Club. If you’re looking to finance/refinance a home loan, look no further! Craig will take GREAT care of you. Take out a loan with him and he’ll credit you back the appraisal fee and give PenCC $250!
Gerry Agnew is an incredible friend of cycling. He’s a former national record holder in the Men’s 65-69 year-old category on the track. He’s a world champion on the track in his age group. He sponsors many of the South Bay’s cycling clubs. His law firm has also awarded more than 540 scholarships to graduating South Bay high school seniors—the sons or daughters of cycling club members sponsored by AgnewBrusavich.
Cannondale makes great bikes (we wouldn’t be selling them otherwise), and they’re a great friend of The Bike Palace and PenCC. Our Cannondale Rep, “Hollywood” Mike Miranda is incredible. He goes the extra mile to support us and our customers. If you’re thinking about buying a bike, make sure that you take a good look at Cannondale before you make up your mind!
Gable House Bowl
Besides being a long-time sponsor of PenCC, Gable House Bowl is just a great place to hang out! The premier destination for bowling in the South Bay, they also offer Laser Tag, a full Arcade, Pizza Hut Express/Snack Bar, and Jack’s Place bar. They’re also home to SK Bowling Supply.
The food’s really good. And it’s a great place to party!
The Hartt Family
The Hartt Family continues to support the Peninsula Cycle Club. The Hartt brothers, Bret and Brooks, are perennial Steve Hartt Ride riders (the ride is named after their father). Brooks is currently very active in his yoga studies, Bret continues to work for a beer distributor and their mother, Mallory, remains active in local philanthropic organizations.