The Pedal Shack holds ribbon cutting ceremony

NEWTON, NC – Now you can get all your cycling needs – bicycles, accessories and servicing – in downtown Newton then head over to Jacob Fork Park for a ride on the Woodland Loop Trail. Newton is now cycling central with the addition of The Pedal Shack at 10 East First Street.

The cycling shop celebrated its re-location to Newton with a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 31, 2014. The new location offers twice the amount of space as the former location, owner Steven Fish said. He continues to offer a variety of bicycles, accessories and bike services.

Fish said, “I had a shop in Maiden for about three years, and a lot of my customers were coming from the Hickory and Newton area and some were coming from Gastonia and the Bessemer City area. So it worked out that I needed more room, so I moved here.

“I just want to promote the sport of cycling. It’s a good way to get fit. You’ve got mountain biking and road biking. And you’ve also got people riding cruiser bikes.”

Whatever type of biking you’re looking for, Fish wants to help you, he said. An avid cyclist himself, Fish has a wealth of knowledge regarding cycling and is happy to share his passion with customers and the community.

For more information about The Pedal Shack, visit or call 828-469-6150.

Pedal Shack

From left, Newton Festival and Events Committee Member Mike Sherrill, Eddie Haupt, Newton Mayor Pro Tem Mary Bess Lawing, Newton Business Advisory Committee Chairperson Jerry Hodge, Newton City Council Member Tom Rowe, Pedal Shack owner Steven Fish, Elyn Fish, Joretta Fish, Terri Ferraguto of the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, Newton Mayor Anne P. Stedman, Sabina Hardy of the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Newton Development Association Member Dean Shepherd and Newton City Council Member John Stiver.