A word from Z, our Corral Coordinator: After last year’s record 1,800 bikes parked in & around Asheville, Asheville on Bikes is striving to park 2,500 bikes this summer! But we can only do it with your assistance. By investing your time back into the community and joining us in this highly-visible activity, more people… Read more »
The North Carolina Department of Transportation held a public comment session in April regarding proposed changes to the I-26 / 191 (Brevard Road) interchange. Major concerns remain after that meeting. NCDOT will accept comments via email until this Wednesday, May 8. NCDOT’s plan is in clear violation of its own policies and ignores both the… Read more »
Or tempeh-up, for you bikin’ vegetarians out there. From the French Broad River MPO‘s website: Have you ever considered taking a class to improve your confidence and safety in riding a bicycle on the road? HealthyBuncombe, in partnership with Asheville Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force, Blue Ridge Bicycle Club and Asheville on Bikes will be… Read more »
You heard it here first! This year’s Summer Cycle will roll on Saturday, June 22nd. Stay tuned for volunteer information, times, and route maps.
AoB congratulates Hannah Siler on reaching her fundraising goal! In Hannah’s own words: First off, I want to thank everyone for taking a little time to read this message. My name is Hannah Siler and I’m a freshman at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. I’m originally from Asheville, North Carolina, where I was… Read more »
Forget what groundhogs and meteorologists say–this is all the proof you need that Spring has arrived! The Bike of the Irish will roll on St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday, March 17. Gather in front of City Hall at 1pm; we’ll set out at 1:30pm, gliding through downtown, then exploring neighborhoods and greenways north and west before… Read more »