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 12th Annual Fletcher Flyer


Thanks to all our riders, volunteers, and sponsors who made this year's Hunter Subaru Fletcher Flyer a success  

Check out the photos by Paul Jackson Photography
Save the date, Sunday, June 5, 2016, for next year's Flyer

Bicycle Mechanics Class - August 5 and 12

Bicycle Mechanics Class Offered at Blue Ridge offered on August 5 and August 12 at 6:00 pm at the Blue Ridge Community College. In this course you will learn how to maintain, service and adjust your bicycle, including performing important road/trail side repairs.  Please contact the Continuing Education Office for schedule and details.  828-694-1735 or   for more info

Rhythm and Blues Concert and Bike Corral in Hendersonville

Thursday, August 13 will be the next Rhythm & Brews Concert and Bike Corral in Hendersonville. Please ride your bike to the event and park it at the corral that will be on Fourth Ave. behind the stage.  The corral will be setup at about 5:00 and it will be open until the concert is over or until the last cyclist goes home. You can rest assured that your bike will be safe.

Let’s show Hendersonville how strong the cycling culture really is.  And thanks to the members of the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club for helping out!

Friends of Connect Roundtable Meetings

Friends of Connect Bunomcbe is collaborating with other Buncombe County greenway groups to explore strategies for a marketing and branding initiative, and we need your input.


Please join us for a casual discussion in focus group format about how we can share our message and develop a community approach to advocating for a connected system of greenways through-out Buncombe County. 

Info on dates and location of meetings

Henderonville Awarded Grant by NCDOT

 NCDOT Awards 2015 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grants: Hendersonville is one of 10 municipalities from across the state slated to receive assistance with bicycle planning, thanks to grants awarded this month by the N.C. Department of Transportation.   Plans funded are not for one specific project, but represent a comprehensive strategy for expanding bicycle and pedestrian opportunities within a given municipality. These plans address facilities, programs, services and regulations that encourage safe walking and bicycling.  


And please be sure to thank your Blue Ridge Bicycle Club President, Joe Sanders for his help in making this happen.  He worked closely with the City of Hendersonville to get this grant written and presented on time


Ride Mileage Log 

Members of the Blue Ridge Bicycle club
have a new and easy way of recording
their miles ridden per day, week, or month and
it will give you your total miles ridden at the end of year.
Go to this link to get more info:  BRBC Mileage Log


 Healthy Lifestyles


The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club is considering developing a “Healthy Lifestyles” bicycle ride program using the exercise guidelines mentioned in the document found in this link:  Healthy Lifestyles Document. We are not sure if this will be part of an existing ride program or a new program.  We would like input from anyone interested in participating in these rides to help structure the program.


Please contact Charlie Clogston if you have an interest in this type of ride with any suggestions you might have.  His email is



Why Join BRBC?

    Support bicycle advocacy in Western North Carolina

    Support bicycle education programs in Middle Schools

    Support the development of new cue sheets

       Your Benefits of Membership are:

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

and donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by the IRS

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.)
New Website Features

Support the Ecusta Trail

Read the article in the Hendersonville Lightning
and then talk to your county commissioners and city council.
 Tell them you support the Ecusta Trail!

In the Winter Issue of the Rails to Trail newsletter is a great article on the Ecusta Trail. Go to this link to read it: