Blue Ridge Bicycle Club welcomes community to spring meeting

From a press release:

Blue Ridge Bicycle Club welcomes community to spring meeting

(March 28, 2015) – The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club (BRBC) will kick off the spring riding season with a club meeting on Wednesday, April 8, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Sycamore Cycles located at 146 Third Ave East, Hendersonville, N.C., 28792. This meeting is designed to inform club members and the public about the latest cycling technology and about area group rides.

The staff from Sycamore Cycles will share information about the latest technological advances for the cyclist. This will include such topics as computers, lighting systems, clothing, and shifting and breaking systems for your bike. Participants will also learn about the many opportunities for group rides through BRBC as well as information about some of the local century rides.

The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club encourages riders of all levels and interests to visit their website to learn about the benefits of joining the club and to learn about rides that are open to everyone. The membership benefits, ride descriptions, and complete calendar of events and rides can be found at

About Blue Ridge Bicycle Club: The mission of the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club is to promote healthy and fun lifestyles through cycling and is working to build a better bicycling infrastructure in Western North Carolina. For more information about the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club, please visit or call 828-243-6732.

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