The have a lot of stuff. A lot of it's also a few years old, I don't imagine they go through a lot of stock very quickly. But they're extremely friendly, no pressure, the owners are great, the wife always has a smile on her face.
I'm not even a regular customer and he was willing to stay late to finish rebuilding a wheel for me on sunday so I could go to work early.
If you compare a store like toga or gotham, they always stock many of the newer models but Mr.C's has models that are 2-3 years old on the show room floor, but they're good bikes. They'll also order stuff for you if you want.
I like em for all my little needs cause they're about 4 blocks away from where I live.