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About The Hub Cycling

30+ Years in The Industry - We've Created Something Unique

Welcome to The Hub! The Hub Cycling is a specialty retail sales, service and repair bicycle shop geared for all cyclists.

From someone's first bike experience, to the expert looking for the latest, custom-fitted technology, we have it all. When it comes to cycling apparel and accessories,  The Hub Cycling can help you choose the right equipment for your needs.

Why Choose Us?

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Experience The Hub

Lifestyle - The Hub Cycling is built around the Cycling Lifestyle and leading a healthy life through the joy of cycling. Our retail location is more than a store. It is a home away from home for those who live the lifestyle; a place where you can commune and discuss your latest riding adventures and plan for future ones.

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The Hub Community

The Hub's commitment to community extends far beyond those who have already discovered the joy of cycling. The team  refurbishes donated bicycles and delivers them to local school children who have never had a bike of their own.

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The Hub Service

The Hub Cycling is different in many ways, but none more important than providing excellent, professional service. Providing  personalized service to promote a healthy lifestyles and  community involvement is what we're all about.

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Meet The Staff


Steve Bodnaruk

Steve Bodnaruk, owner of The Hub Cycling, has 30+ years of professional cycling and store management experience.  He is the former owner of Plan B Cycling bicycle shop in Port Orange and winner of the Best New Bike Shop in 2007 from Bicycle Retailer Magazine.  Steve also has numerous years experience as a professional  bicycle mechanic.  He worked as the neutral bicycle mechanic during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta and with Lance Armstrong during the Tour of the Roses in Austin TX.

Where are you from?

Hamilton Canada.

Favorite Race?

My favorite race to watch is Strada Bianca. My favorite race that I've done is the one that I won which is the 2018 Florida Cyclocross State Championships. 

Favorite Bikes?

My custom Colnago EPS.

Any other hobbies?

Fishing, DIY projects, and good rum. 

Favorite Canada native animal?

The Beaver.

Kristi Bodnaruk

When not working her real job, Kristi comes in some evenings and on the weekends to help us on the showroom floor. Kristi and Steve have been married for 5 years.

Where are you from?

Cherokee, IA

What is your cycling background?

I rode my bike as a kid for transportation - we lived in the "country" and if I wanted to go to friends houses or to the community pool, my bike was my way to get there!  2 miles from town and it really was uphill both ways!  Got back into cycling in 2009 because I was looking to mix up my workout routine.  I entered a few triathlons, survived some Tuesday night chat rides and I was hooked!

Favorite Bikes?

I love, love, love my Colnago C60!  It's the first custom built bike I've ever had!  Steve helped a ton with putting together the right components, but it's mine!   I also love my city bike, that's my grocery getter and scoot around town bike.  It's comfortable and classic.

Any other hobbies?

I practice yoga at least once a week at a local studio in downtown Daytona Beach, I like to crochet, read books, volunteer, and spend as much time as I can outdoors with Steve and our dog, Baxter!  

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Where are you from?


Cycling background?

I started road cycling in the late 70's. I've been on and off of it over the last 50 years. 

What is your favorite bike?

Anything Colnago. And I enjoy my seven titanium bike. 

What are your other hobbies?

Sailing, listening to jazz, and tinkering with things in my shop.


Who is your favorite Flutist?

Harvy Mann


Dylan moved to Port Orange from Valrico, FL 4 years ago to go to school at Daytona State College. He started riding with his father for exercise until he got a taste of competition at his first mountain bike race in 2011. He currently races in the Florida State Championship Series and the Florida Endurance Series. Best finishes include a 7th at 2014 MTB nationals, a 3rd overall in the 2018 FSC for cat3. One of his favorite accomplishments finishing 5th at the 12 hours of Santos with just over 100 miles completed. When not riding he is usually fixing his Jeep, or staring at airplanes. 

Where are you from?

I moved over here from Valrico, FL to go to school. I am currently attending Daytona State for Engineering Technology. 

What is your cycling background?

My dad got me into road cycling to stay in shape. My neighbor took me for a mountain bike ride and I immediately got hooked. I began racing and started competing in the Florida state championship series. I later discovered endurance mountain bike racing and fell in love. My best finishes are a 3rd overall in the FSC 2014 and 2018 in cat3. A 7th at MTB nationals, and a win  in the Ameteur 12 hour solo class at the 2023 12 hours of santos. and finsihing the 240 mile Day Across Minnesota in 19 hours and 55 minutes. 

Favorite Bikes?

My dream fleet would be a Colnago C64, BMC Fourstroke 01 One, and a Colnago C29.  

In my current fleet I love my Haro FLC Pro, Bianchi 928, and my Niner Air9 turned gravel bike. 

Any other hobbies?

I really enjoy flying. I spend a lot of time wrenching on my Jeep or my MR2.

Favorite Airplane?

Zivko Edge 540 V3.   



Taylor has been tearing up the mountain bike trails for the last six years around the Volusia county area. A fresh graduate of Spruce Creek High, Taylor will be with us while he attends Daytona State College. 

Where are you from?

I was born in Kentucky but I have lived in Port Orange, FL for most of my life. 

What is your cycling background?

I began mountain biking at 12 with my Dad. I instantly got hooked and have been riding mostly mountain bike ever since.

Favorite Bikes?

My 2016 Kona Unit. 

Any other hobbies?

I enjoy hiking, fishing, and playing soccer. 

What is your favorite sandwich?

Meatball Parmesan.



Kent is a local legend in the South Eastern cycling community. After taking a bike packing tour for highschool graduation in 1977, Kent became enveloped in the cycling life style. He has been racing competitevly since 1980! and has been working in the cycling industry since '85. 12 State Champion and 6 National Jerseys later Kent is still a life long racer. If you live local and get up at sunrise, chances are high that you'll see him riding around Daytona and Port Orange. 

Where are you from?

Albany Georgia 

What is your cycling background?

My love began after doing a week long bike packing tour with a friend around my hometown of Albany, Georiga. After that I started riding almost every day. I entered my first race in 1980. I started out doing time trials and triathlons. and then mountain bikes in 90'.  I've won various state championships between Florida and Georgia, mostly on the road. My first National Championship was the National Mixed Tandem in 2004, which Ive won 6 times total. I won the GoneRiding MTB Southeast Regional Championship 4 years in a row. 

I started my first bike shop job at Steve's (unrelated) in Panama City in 85, while working at a car dealership. Since then I've worked around from Central Florida up into Georgia. I've worked closely with Dave Sandborn at David's World. At one point I even owned my own shop in Jacksonville.  

Favorite Bikes?

My newest bike to me which is my Colnago V3. 

Any other hobbies?

I played Tennis competitievly in highschool. Now I spend allot of time gardening and I do some photography as well.

What is your favorite Tree?

The great Live Oak. For all of the canopies they provide. Makes for great riding underneath. 



BJ started riding with us for fitness but quickly became one of the strongest riders in the area. He is well known for racking up big mile rides, pushing beyond 200 frequently with a big smile the whole time. You can also find BJ at the Polynesian Fire Luau show right here in Daytona.

Where are you from?

I am from American Samoa. I went to Hawaii Pacific University for Comp Sci, Moved back to Samoa 2013 and worked as an EMT there for about 5 years. I moved to Florida in 2018 to perform in the Polynesian Fire Luau show, which I still do now. 

What is your cycling background?

I picked up my first mountain bike right here at The Hub back in 2019 and got hooked right away. I road to Orlando and back a few times before upgrading to my first road bike and started doing big mile rides, picking off single, double, and triple centuries. Since then I have completed the 2021 Day Across Minnesota, a 240 mile, 1 day gravel race. My proudest achievement is winning the 2022 Hurracan Lite; a 335 mile bike packing race, finishing in 33 hours. 

I started working in the cycling industry at The Bike Shop in Ormond, I moved to Gear Bicycles Sales in Port Orange before finding my way here at The Hub Cycling. 

Favorite Bikes?

My dream bike is the Ridley Kanzo Fast.

Any other hobbies?

I love playing music (Drums, Guitar), Playing Chess, Playing Pickleball competitively when I can, and hanging out with friends and family. 

Who is the best drummer?

Joey Jordinson (Slipknot), Matt Gartska (Animal As Leaders), Benny Greb



Baxter is our official door greeter. He was rescued by Steve and Kristi in October of 2019. He waits on customers by showing them his newest toys or posing for belly rubs.  

Where are you from?

Florida Pointer Rescue.  

What is your favorite past time?

Shredding up paper and chewing on water bottles. 

Favorite Toy?

My newest one, want to see it?

What is your favorite snack?

An old fashion doughnut or a munchkin.