So I walk into Nytro Racing in Encinitas California the other day to look into buying a pair of shoes and a helmet to finally complete my road setup. It's a high end roadie shop with a bunch of cool bikes. Well, I actually rode to the shop on my Electra cruiser. I didn't have a lock so I pull my bike into the shop and park it out of the way. "These guys only sell road bikes so it shouldn't cause a confusion at all", I thought. Well, a few minutes later I ask a shop employee, "Hey is my bike fine here?" And the guy answers, sort of mumbling, "Uh, I guess, it should be fine. But you could also put it outside the front door. It should be fine." I say, "OK, thanks" And start walking to the back of the shop thinking the guy gave me the option of leaving it there or taking it outside. I mean, I wasn't comfortable leaving my prized Electra outside the front door without a lock! So suddenly and before I have a chance to go any further, the employee says, "NO. I mean, put it outsite the front door. It SHOULD be fine!" So this guy just asked me to park my bike outside and on top of that tries to assure me that it SHOULD be fine! What is that supposed to mean?!!! "Should" doesn't sound very safe to me. Anyway, I'm definitely not going back to that shop again. I thought the guy was rude and inconsiderate. And if he was simply shunning me down because I was riding a beach cruiser, then with more reason will I NOT buy from these guys ever. WHAT DO YOU THINK??