Listen, folks, you live here for a reason. I’ll bet most most of you ride a bike, blaze trails, paddle and/or enjoy a float down the river every now and then. Every weekend in the summer, there are a multitude of events and outdoor shenanigans, and it’s your responsibility as an Ashevillean to put down the remote, […]
If you’re looking to get outside this weekend — and you should be, there are some killer events taking place. For the fun-loving, creative types the RiverLink “Anything that Floats” parade is launching from Hominy Creek Park at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Build a float out of some spare furniture and old baby strollers and […]
If you are looking for something to satisfy that outdoor itch this weekend, we might just have you covered. The weather is shaping up to a be little cooler than average, so take this opportunity to beat the summer heat and enjoy this out-of-season polar vortex. We’ve gathered a list of some events taking place […]
BioWheels, which has been serving Asheville cyclists for more than a decade, will close its retail operations just after year’s end, according to co-owner/founder Eric Krause. Instead, the company will shift its focus to bike rentals and trails.
Two cycling films — A Ride with George Hincapie by Asheville’s own Chusy Jardine, and Race Across the Sky — will screen at Asheville Pizza & Brewing, March 11
On June 24, cycling volunteers installed the first of 10 bike lockers that will be available in downtown Asheville for public use.
On June 24, cycling volunteers installed the first of 10 bike lockers that will be available downtown for public use.
Asheville on Bikes’s Summer Cycle
Take the road less traveled: Trek to Burnsville for a family bike ride that can help get your spring fitness plans off to a good start.