THURSDAY Evenings: Road Ride: Location/route varies – Level: Intermediate+

Watch for announcements regarding START LOCATION and ROUTE via the Google Group email tool: CLICK HERE to View (or join)  BHNC’s Google Email Group

HELMETS REQUIRED

THURSDAY Evenings: Road Ride: Location/route varies – Level: Intermediate+

As discussed at the February meeting, rides will begin around 6:00pm. 

Bob: email

THURSDAY Mornings: HoW – Health on Wheels Road Ride: Canton – Level: Beginner+

NO RIDE IF THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE ISN’T ABOVE 60 degrees by noon.

Start time will change as the days get warmer. Watch for announcements via the Google Group email tool: CLICK HERE to View (or join)  BHNC’s Google Email Group

Departs at 12:30pm. 

Everyone will sign a waiver on their first ride.

HELMETS REQUIRED 

Begin your journey here to train yourself for the intermediate level rides. Cross bikes, comfort bikes, road bikes, or mountain bikes with slicks (no knobbies). Lycra is optional, but padded biking shorts are recommended. 

This ride is for anyone who is recovering from illness or injury,or just hasn’t been on a bicycle in a long time. 8 or 10 flat miles, easy pace, no-one is left behind. 

Make sure your bike is in working order because the ride leader is not a bike mechanic. EVERYONE will need to sign a Liability Waiver at their first ride.

Michele: text 828-400-2915 or email

WEDNESDAY MORNINGS: “Head for the Hills” ROAD RIDE: Canton – Level: Flatlander+

NO RIDE IF THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE ISN’T ABOVE 60 degrees by noon.

Start time will change as the days get warmer. Watch for announcements via the Google Group email tool: CLICK HERE to View (or join) BHNC’s Google Email Group

Everyone will sign a waiver on their first ride.

HELMETS REQUIRED

Road bikes or cross bikes. No mountain bikes (unless you’re a monster on one).

WEDNESDAY Mornings: Head for the Hills Road Ride: Canton – Level: Flatlander+

Not for beginners; this is for those with cycling experience but no climbing legs.

Love to Climb? Hate to Climb? Doesn’t matter; you’re in Western North Carolina – you Have to Climb. Routes vary, no rider left behind so patience is mandatory, both with yourself and with other riders.

ROUTES WILL VARY, as will start locations.

Michele: text 828-400-2915 or email