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June, 2022

Wednesday
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Overall average speed will be 12-15 mph. This is a gentle 31-mile ride with less than 2000 ft of elevation and a max grade of 6.2%. This ride explores the beautiful scenery south and east of Old Fort.
Sunday
5
Oskar Blues
7:00 AM
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The 18th annual Hunter Subaru WNC Flyer will be held at Oskar Blues Brewery on Sunday, June 5, in beautiful Western North Carolina. There will be a rolling start with limited waves (from 8-8:45 AM). We can‘t think of a better way to spend the day than with a rolling bike ride, a frosty brew, and BBQ... can you?!

Riders will have their choice of a century, metric, half century, and half metric rides which wind through the valleys south of Asheville, NC. There is beautiful mountain scenery around every bend of the road without the long mountain climbs. The Flyer is a ride for everyone - from first time riders to experienced cyclists.


The 2022 event will feature a catered BBQ meal again (by Mayberry‘s), so make sure to work up an appetite during the ride! You‘ll also get a free beer and some bluegrass tunes from Knob Creek Incident.
Sunday
5
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Time & loc varies, typical avg spd 15–17mph, dist 30–50mi. For weekly emails, update your profile: Hover on your name upper right; Select “Profile”; “Interests” & scroll down to “Rides”; Check “Area Wide "B" Rides”. Leader adelcher@yahoo.com
Monday
6
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Nice recovery ride for the Flyer through the apple orchards. We'll average 13-14 mph for this ride.
Tuesday
7
Varies, see email
8:00 AM
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Casual B-pace. Time Weather/Temp Dependent & Location varies. Avg speed - 13 - 17 mph. Distance - 25-45 miles. Contact Tony. Email: Tony@ArpServices.com. Need good bike-handling skills. To get weekly email updates: Update your profile --> Select “Interests”. Select “Rides”. Select “Asheville B Pace”.
Tuesday
7
Silvermont Mansion
9:00 AM
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A 39-mile "moderate B" pace no-drop ride that will periodically regroup
Thursday
9
Cedar Mountain Outpost
9:00 AM
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Gravel ride that goes over Pinnacle Mountain and back via Green River Road.
Thursday
9
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40 mile relaxed "B" pace ride leaving from Bill Moore Park in Fletcher. Wheels rolling at 10am. Leader: John Wash john@washvfx.com
Thursday
9
Cane River Park 258 Whittington Rd, Burnsville, NC 28714
10:30 AM
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25-30 miles/1300 ft elevation/11 mph
This is a beautiful EZ ride (11-12 mph average speed), first half is downhill and second half is uphill, following the Cane River. Since it is an out and back route, you can turn around when you want, so you can control the total mileage. This is a “no-drop” ride.?
Friday
10
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38 miles, 3000 ft elevation.

This will be a no drop ride (as much as possible) at an overall average speed of 12-15 mph, going slower on climbs, faster on flats or downhills. There will be some traffic going through Lake Junaluska on Hwy. 19, then turning onto Hwy. 276, and likely when coming back into Lake Junaluska. There are some challenging climbs, including one that's 6 miles long, but also two long descents, 3.5 and 5 miles.

BRBC route link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37827481?privacy_code=6gaSPI2vgf3uOYZm
Saturday
11
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The North Carolina BWR is a gravel ride, presented by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. will take place on June 11 in Hendersonville, NC at the Ride Kanuga location, an incredible destination nestled on 1,400 stunning acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Its historic setting features a beautiful 30-acre lake, 20-miles of trails, and full-service meeting and lodging facilities for up to 440 guests.
Saturday
11
Tractor Supply Black Mountain
9:30 AM
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B pace ride starting in Black Mountain. 41 miles 3269 feet of climbing
Sunday
12
Alexander River Park
9:00 AM
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20 miles/800 ft/12mph
Out and back along the French Broad River, with Bill Moore moorew@bellsouth.net
Sunday
12
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JacksonPk-MtOlivet-38, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35799275
Sunday
12
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JacksonPk-MtOlivet 38mi/2850
Same as Art's ride at a slower pace...probably averaging around 13mph.
Sunday
12
Antler Hill Village, Biltmore Estate
5:15 PM
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This will be a low mileage casual ride, starting with a ride to the lagoon along the French Broad River. Then we will have options; we can continue to ride along the river, ride up toward the Inn with a stop at the 19th century burial ground, or hike the bikes up to the meadow toward the house and the gardens. Figure 8-10 miles, and an avg speed faster than walking. No one will get dropped.

Ride starts after 5 pm so passholders may bring a guest.
Tuesday
14
Silvermont Mansion
8:00 AM
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**Time Update, 8am start** 46-mile "B Pace" no-drop ride from Brevard through Rosman up to PARI and back along Silversteen Rd. and then the East Fork of the French Broad. Beautiful ride. For details add "Transylvania County Rides" as an interest on your member profile so you will receive the ride email.
Tuesday
14
Silvermont Mansion
8:00 AM
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**Time Update, 8am start** A challenging Metric Century that ascends Hwy 215 to Balsam Grove, goes over Tanasee Gap then descends to Rosman via Slick Fisher and Kim Miller roads and then returns to Brevard. Over 5000' of climbing! For details add "Transylvania County Rides" as an interest on your member profile.
Wednesday
15
Woodfin Riverside Park, 1598 Riverside Dr, Woodfin, NC
8:30 AM
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Reschedule of 14 Jun rainout! 37 miles Drop B ride - Woodfin to Marshall route, starting from Woodfin Riverside Park. This is a beautiful ride using the "side door" into Marshall with a return through scenic Jenkins Valley.
Thursday
16
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An "EZ Ride" for folks who want to enjoy the company of others. Distance of this ride is 21 miles with elevation of about 1,100 feet. We will attempt to keep the average speed below 13 mph. The ride may, if necessary, be divided into two groups to accommodate the variety of riders. This is a NO-DROP Ride, however, in case you find yourself inadvertently dropped and in need of help, be sure you have the ride leader's contact info and call or text them for support.
Thursday
16
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B pace ride - 37.4 miles 3373 feet
A pretty and scenic ride with moderate climbing. We take the famous “plunge” down Ox Creek before returning to Weaverville.
Friday
17
Depot Railroad Avenue Park
9:00 AM
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Gravel ride for experienced gravel riders. 38.7mi with 3,627' of elevation gain.
If you are a strong road rider but new to gravel please start with an easier gravel ride. This ride isn't technically difficult but it is long, is mostly gravel and has substantial climbing involved. There is a 6.5 mile climb followed by a 5.3 mile climb followed by a 1.6 mile climb! For details on future rides add "Transylvania County Rides" as an interest on your member profile.
Sunday
19
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26.6 miles, 2596 feet elevation

This will be a no drop ride (as much as possible) at an overall average speed of 12-15 mph, going slower on climbs, faster on flats or downhills. Scenery is beautiful, especially west of the French Broad River.

There are significant hills, with the ride averaging 100 ft of climbing per mile; even omitting Ivy Hill, the first 21 miles average 100 ft per mile. A bailout is available at mile 20.8, omitting Ivy Hill and continuing along the scenic French Broad River.

There are some challenging climbs, but there's also a 3 mile descent.
Sunday
19
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A fairly flat route along the Old Marshall Highway into Marshall. Recommended to ride on Sundays and holidays only to avoid weekday truck traffic.
Sunday
19
Ingles Market - Mills River
10:30 AM
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TerrysGap-Hville-52, https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39855161, a big clockwise loop from Mills River through the apple orchards to Hendersonville, returning through Etowah.
Sunday
19
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Easy afternoon ride on Father's Day. C pace (13 mph avg), flat route (1235')

Etowah - Mills River 24 (with side trip to the end of Tally Rd/Cemetery for 30mi)
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37813450
Tuesday
21
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Start at Dula Springs Plaza with a mid-ride break at Zuma Cafe in Marshall and return via the French Broad River.
Lunch afterwards - Twisted Laurel, 10A South Main Str, Weaverville.
Tuesday
21
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We are partnering with Cane Creek Components for rides and refreshments at their factory in Fletcher. In addition to the self-led rides there will be factory tours and food. Come and ride,take a factory tour either before or after, and partake of the food and drink. We are starting at 4:45 PM to give members who aren‘t available during the day the chance to join us on the longest day of the year. Sunset isn‘t until 8:49PM so you have plenty of time to join in the fun! Tour space is limited so we need to know if you‘re planning to eat, tour or just ride.There are separate registrations for food and for each of the two tours. You don‘t need to register just to ride!
Tuesday
21
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As part of our Summer Solstice event at Cane Creek Cycling we are offering two tours of the factory. The tour will last about 30 minutes so no matter which tour you choose you will have time to ride and eat as well as take the tour. However space is limited so you MUST register for the tour you want. This registration is ONLY for the 7:00PM tour.Sign up for this tour if you think you'll be able to ride earlier in the evening.
Thursday
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Men‘s and Women‘s Time Trials, Criterium and Road Races will be held in nearby Knoxville the weekend of June 23rd. Go as a spectator or volunteer.
Thursday
23
Bold Rock Cidery
9:00 AM
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A series of out-and-back segments taking us around Mills River.
Friday
24
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Men‘s and Women‘s Time Trials, Criterium and Road Races will be held in nearby Knoxville the weekend of June 23rd. Go as a spectator or volunteer.
Friday
24
Etowah Park
8:30 AM
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A ride along the French Broad and Little River Valleys. We will start early (8;30 AM) to try to beat the heat.
Friday
24
Depot Railroad Avenue Park
9:00 AM
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This is an intermediate level gravel ride, not too technical but has a significant climb (6 miles with 6% average grade). 31.6 mi with 2,653' of elevation gain.
Friday
24
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This is a hilly ride that goes through Alexander to Marshall...note the elevation of over 3300 feet and consider your skill set when choosing to do this ride. There will be three options after leaving the stop at Zuma's cafe in Marshall. There is a climb up Ivy Hill which tops out at 15%, cut out that loop and continue along the river to pick up the route at Fletcher Martin, or just continue along the river back to Woodfin Park. This is a no drop ride and the leader will her best to keep the group together by stopping at most turns.
Saturday
25
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Men‘s and Women‘s Time Trials, Criterium and Road Races will be held in nearby Knoxville the weekend of June 23rd. Go as a spectator or volunteer.
Sunday
26
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Men‘s and Women‘s Time Trials, Criterium and Road Races will be held in nearby Knoxville the weekend of June 23rd. Go as a spectator or volunteer.
Sunday
26
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Come enjoy the scenery between Weaverville and Marshall, going through the Jupiter, Bend of Ivy, and Petersburg areas.

This will be a no drop ride (as much as possible) at an overall average speed of 12-15 mph, going slower on climbs, faster on flats or downhills. There are a number of ups and downs, with a max grade climb of 9.8%.

The route has two 1-mile segments on Highway 25. The highway has a shoulder.
Sunday
26
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Time & loc varies, typical avg spd 15–17mph, dist 30–50mi. For weekly emails, update your profile: Hover on your name upper right; Select “Profile”; “Interests” & scroll down to “Rides”; Check “Area Wide "B" Rides”. Leader adelcher@yahoo.com
Tuesday
28
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This Goldilocks ride is a slightly modified version of the BRBC Madison County Ramble. This route is slightly longer with slightly more elevation gain than the original; most importantly it eliminates riding on Hwy. 25.

This will be a no drop ride (as much as possible) at an overall average speed of 12-15 mph, going slower on climbs, faster on flats or downhills. There are a number of ups and downs, with a max grade climb of 11.0%.

This route includes a couple significant climbs, including Ivy Hill Rd.
Thursday
30
Cane River Park
9:00 AM
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A beautiful EZ ride on rural roads along the Cane River in Yancy County. 30 miles with about 1,000 feet of elevation. We will attempt to keep the pace below 13 MPH.
Thursday
30
Cane River Park
9:00 AM
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38 miles / 1722 ft elevation / max grade 6.4%

This ride is a club favorite with gently rolling terrain and great scenery along the creeks.
Thursday
30
Tri City Plaza (Dula Springs Plaza)
10:00 AM
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I will be doing a relaxed B pace on this ride. The average ride speed is 13 to 17 miles per hour with cruising speeds of 16 to 21 mph on some flat sections. Officially this is a DROP ride but your ride leader will make his best effort to keep track of everyone and will trail the main group if necessary.
Thursday
30
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Ride Leader Orientation including:
1. Review Documentation - Quick Event Setup and eMail Interest Groups
2. What to do or not for injured riders.
3. General Questions

Team Meeting: https://teams.live.com/meet/9368801945579