Field Guide: Campbell Ave.

Take a detour off Kapahulu and discover bikes, surfboards and art.


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Photo: David Croxford


Island Triathalon & Bike

There might be recession, but Island Triathlon & Bike has built a solid business out of catering to hardcore cycling enthusiasts. “We specialize in high-end road and triathlon bikes,” says owner Frank Smith, who is 66 years old and has participated in 26 triathlons. The shop repairs bikes and offers a professional fitting service to help customers figure out what bike would suit them best. “We have beginner training groups and a women’s training group,” he says. The bikes range from $400 to $10,000 and the shop also sells bike and swimming gear. 569 Kapahulu Ave., 732-7227.


Photo: David Croxford

DJ's Hairstyling & Barber Shop

DJ’s takes a no-frills approach to barbering. Owner Lisa Le has been cutting hair for seven years in the shop and, while she does haircuts for men, women and children, the majority of her clients are longtime male customers. The shop has two chairs, and a sink and chair where Le occasionally colors customers’ hair. 3346 Campbell Ave., 732-3355.




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