Asheville offers hundreds of miles for road biking. There are many rides around town with marked sinage to help guide your way. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a beautiful place to ride. Take your time and take in the scenery!

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Places to Ride:


Road Ride Cue Sheets
Below is a sample selection of Road cue sheets for the Asheville area. More cue sheets like these are available from the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club's website. If you want to leave on a ride from the parking lot where your staying just drop us an email and we will try to help you out with other directions. We'll also let you know where Not to ride.
 
  • North Asheville
    • ELk Mtn Scenic Old Toll Loop 30.1 Miles 3,260' Ascent
      • This ride starts in North Asheville and goes up Elk Mtn Scenic Hwy to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Once on the Parkway it downhill to the Folk Art Center and back up to Town Mtn Road. This is a great loop that you won't encounter much traffic at all until your on the Parkway.
    • Elk Mtn Scenic Weaverville 35.2 Miles 3,252' Ascent
      • This ride starts in North Asheville going up Elk Mtn Scenic Hwy to Ox Creek and into Weaverville. Then it goes into the Leicester Community and back into town.
  • South Asheville
  • East Asheville
  • West Asheville
    • Pisgah View 16.4 Miles 1,540' Ascent
      • Once your at the base of Mt Pisgah it's 5 miles all up hill to the Blue Ridge Parkway so if you want to add 10 miles & 2,600' to this ride, attack the mountain!
    • Pisgah View 44.2 Miles 3,820' Ascent

Local Road Bike Events:

 

Blue Ridge Parkway Bicycle Regulations:

  • Bicycle riders must comply with all applicable state and federal motor vehicle regulations.
  • Bicycles may be ridden only on paved road surfaces and parking areas. Bicycles, including mountain bikes, may not be ridden on trails or walkways.
  • The bicycle operator must exhibit a white light or reflector visible at least 500 feet to the front and a red light or reflector visible at least 200 feet to the rear during periods of low visibility, between the hours of sunset and sunrise, or while traveling through a tunnel.
  • Bicycles must be ridden single file except when passing or turning left and well to the right-hand side of the road.
  • Bicycle speed must be reasonable for control with regard to traffic, weather, road and light conditions.
 

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