6:00 PM18:00

Wish You Were Beer

Ladies Cycle Smart Night! On this night, we will start out with a tube changing clinic, followed by a skills course, including how to ride down public stairs without running over children. We will also teach you how to enter traffic so that people can see you. We will teach you how to be a BOSS. You're already doing it. We just wanna help you transfer that to the bike. $15 and $7 for every additional family member. BRING LIGHTS AND HELMET!

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Tiny Tykes Triathlon
9:00 AM09:00

Tiny Tykes Triathlon

Our first triathlon just for toddlers 3 to 5 years old. Kids will bike, run and splash their way through a specially-designed course in Pack Square Park.  Participants should provide their own bike, trike, or Strider bike for the race.  (A limited number of bikes will be available for use if arranged in advance.)  All riders should wear a helmet and secure shoes.  No flip-flops for this one!  The Western North Carolina Bicycle Dealers Association and Blue Ridge Bike Club will be offering bike and helmet check stations as well as a bike practice area. We encourage all participants to take advantage of these services and ensure bikes are in good working order and helmets are worn properly.  Preregistration is required.  Cost is only $10 for City of Asheville residents and $12 for non-residents. Click here to register today!  

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Asheville on Bikes Summer Cycle
4:30 PM16:30

Asheville on Bikes Summer Cycle

Asheville on Bikes Hosts Summer Cycle ‘17 presented by Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty and JAG & Associates Construction

This year’s route features West Asheville’s greenways and neighborhoods and includes something for all levels of riders. The route incorporates AoB’s signature “dynamic intersections” which allow participants to select their distance and elevation gains.  

“Riders can keep it flat, on the greenway and under three miles. Or, they can opt for twelve miles with a few climbs. Or, they can select something in between. There is something for everyone, especially those who are new to urban riding,” says AoB’s executive director, Mike Sule. Participants are encouraged to review the  route map, have a bicycle in good working condition, and to ride with a water bottle, lights, and a bike bell.

Summer Cycle Details:

4:30pm  – Gather at French Broad Outfitters (230 Hominy Crk Rd)

5:00pm – The ride begins

6:30pm – Return to French Broad Outfitters  

Things to Consider:

Review the route before the ride.  

Tune your bike.

Equip your bike with front and rear lights, a water bottle, and a bike bell.

RSVP for Summer Cycle and invite your family and friends. 

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