Bike of the Irish rides Beaucatcher greenway
On Saturday, March 18th the 11th annual Bike of the Irish rolls through Asheville and you’re invited to participate. The year the ride begins at Wedge at Foundation, Wedge Brewing Co’s new space located at 5 Foundry Rd, rolls through the River Arts District, into the downtown, and explores the Beaucatcher greenway (in the rough) before returning to the Wedge for an after ride celebration around 3pm.
Bike of the Irish is Asheville on Bikes annual spring ride. Participants are encouraged to decorate themselves and their bikes in green as they ride the city in celebration of spring and the expansion of Asheville’s greenway system.
The event is free and open to the public. Families are welcome to participate as well. Everyone is encouraged to review and / or pre-ride the route to make sure it’s appropriate for their skill level. The ride rolls through active city streets and an unimproved greenway so riders can expect a stretch of natural rough service along the Beaucatcher greenway. Participants are welcome to walk their bikes along this portion of the ride. Beaucatcher is a greenway in the rough but it’s truly a delightful place to visit and well worth the effort.
Please consider volunteering for Bike of the Irish as several volunteers are needed to make the ride a success. Review the Bike of Irish volunteer opportunities and select the one that works best for you.
Join AoB on Saturday, March 18th for the 11th annual Bike of the Irish.
Bike of the Irish Details:
1:30pm – Gather at Wedge at Foundation
2:00pm – The ride begins
3:00pm – Culminate at Wedge at Foundation.
Things to Consider:
Review the route before the ride.
Know the weather before you ride.
Pack an extra layer, a warm afternoon cools quickly.
Spending money is a good idea.
A variety of beverages will be available, not just beer.