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 The Fletcher Flyer Pays Off for Bicycling Advocacy in WNC

Remember the great time you had riding the Fletcher Flyer? Well, it was a big win for Bicycle Advocacy in WNC!! This is where the proceeds went...These are photos of Ben Elderd presenting a check to Craig Friedrich, President of WNC Bike Dealers Association and Joe Sanders presenting checks to Stephen Janes of Trips for Kids, WNC and Mike Oliphant of Friends of the Ecusta Trial. Other proceeds are earmarked for the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club's advocacy efforts.
Many thanks to our riders!

Why Join BRBC?

     Support bicycle advocacy in Western North Carolina

    Support bicycle education programs in Middle Schools

    Support the development of new cue sheets

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The BRBC is 501 (c)(3) charitable non-profit organization and dues

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Our website has many features.  Please click on the link below to check them all out. Especially look at the Member Interests section that tells you how to get emails regarding rides and events that you may want to participate in.  (Must be a member to subscribe to rides.)
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ECO WNC Blue Ridge Big Sweep

Join Sycamore Cycles,
Environmental & Conservation Organization,
and the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club to clean up the 
Oklawah Greenway
September 6, 2104
Hendersonville, NC

2014 NC Bike Summit 

Greensboro October 10-12
The mission of the NC Bike Summit is to foster collaboration between North Carolina’s various bicycle movements, efforts, and endeavors; educate local government staff, bicycle advocates, and policy leaders; promote cycling as a valid form of transportation; and highlight North Carolina’s dedication toward becoming a premier bicycle friendly state.
Registration is now openFor more info

Bike and Pedestrian Count Volunteers Needed!

One of the biggest challenges in crafting effective bicycle and pedestrian plans and weighing demand for multi-modal transportation infrastructure is the shortage of accurate data. The numbers of bicyclists and pedestrians using specific corridors and intersections is crucial to understanding and planning for people who walk and bike.  That is why we need you!  Please consider spending 2 hours counting at one intersection on September 16, 17, 18 or 20.    For more details