Welcome to BioWheels-Asheville

If you are looking for cycling information in the Asheville area, this is your portal.
Rentals & Demos - Grab a bike and explore our cycling Mecca! New rental bicycles are ready to roll.
Repair & Service - Choose from one or more of twelve area bike shops to suit your needs. Click the link for details and contact information.
Group Rides - Meet some new cycling buddies on one of many local group rides.
Bike Fitting Services - Schedule a session with an advanced fit tech to be more comfortable & capable on your bike.
Friends of BioWheels - Check out our friends in the local community. Here you will find resources for cycling, environmental responsibility and businesses that support these things.
 

New to the Asheville Cycling Scene

Visit Kolo Bike Park just across the French Broad River from downtown Asheville.

  • Ride on several miles of purpose-built bike trails and skills features.
  • Mountain Bike Rentals available for Park or off-site use.
  • Clincis, Races and Group Rates available
  • Adjacent to the Crowne Plaza Resort
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Kolo Bike Park - Asheville

Kolo Bike Park

1 Resort Drive Asheville, NC 28806

828.707.4876

theflow@kolobikepark.com

 
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Greenways, Please!

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BioWheels supports the plan for Greenway expansion and development in Buncombe County. We feel that greenways provide a higher quality of life for area residents and visitors. A greenway is a great way for folks new to cycling to ride without feeling intimidated by traffic, big hills, and technical trails. For experienced riders, it’s simply a great way to get …

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Mars Hill Cycling: Cyclocross Nats ’12 Round Up

OK I know this post is a tad late, but I have spent the week getting back into my dorm and back into the swing of college life. Luckily classes don’t start for a few days… So collegiate cyclocross national champs 2012. Now that was fun! I flew out of sunny South Africa and into Madison, Wisconsin. I was totally …

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The Blue Ridge Bike Plan needs Your Input

Blue Ridge Bike Plan

Land-of-Sky Regional Council, in cooperation with the Southwestern Rural Planning Organization, is beginning a two-year initiative to create the Blue Ridge Bike Plan, a regional action plan for bicycling. This seven county effort will coordinate existing local bicycle plans while developing a regional action plan for seven counties; Buncombe, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Madison, Swain and Transylvania. The Blue Ridge Bike …

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Richmond Hill Mountain Bike Park is Ready for Prime Time

Thanks to Pisgah Area SORBA and the spearheading efforts of Mike Brown, Asheville residents and visitors now have over five miles of trail to ride within the city limits of Asheville. Go check it out! Mike says… “Why is this all too cool for school?” “Firstly, it’s more new trail. Secondly, it’s a five minute drive from downtown Asheville. Thirdly, …

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Why You Should Have a Cycling Resume

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A “race resume” to a cyclist, is just as important as a resume for your career. Even if you’re just starting out racing and are not too serious about it right now, you should still consider putting a resume together. If you keep up with your resume, its quick, easy and can save a lot of hassle in the future. …

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Mars Hill College Cycling takes the Collegiate Nationals!

Team Omnium Podium

By Mars Hill’s Mikey Keith. Follow Mikey at mikeykeith.com Friday was the road race. First off were the guys, racing Division II and 74miles of pain. The racing was absolutely mad, with a crazy pace being set from the word go. To give an example of how crazy it got, on the very first corner out of the neutral zone, …

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DeFeet’s DeCompressor Socks Reviewed

DeFeet DeCompressor Socks

This season in my bag of DeFeet goodies, I was given a pair of their DeCompressor socks to use for the season. I am a huge fan of compression socks and have used everything from UnderArmour to diabetic socks found in your local Walgreens. I have so many pairs of compression socks/sleeves/tights that I was able to outfit the Mars …

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BioWheels Racing – Community Cycling in Asheville for 2011

BioWheels Asheville's 2010 Cycling Jersey

BioWheels Racing is entering our 17th year of competition. We are a dynamic group of cyclists, all understanding the value of community.  For 2011 BioWheels is featuring our  new jersey design from last year. Our goal is to open the BioWheels Racing community to a more diverse group of cyclists in the Asheville area. The kit is made with EcoMax, a …

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Mars Hill Cycling; A Look Back and the Start of a New Season

The 2011 Mars Hill Cycling Team

BioWheels is proud to sponsor Mars Hill Cycling in 2011. Though it may just seem like another usual day of training, today is actually the one month mark before the first collegiate road racing weekend! In the past few months I’ve seen a lot of cold weather, some snow, and have unfortunately been sick on and off. Despite everything I’ve …

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Video Review of 2011 Jamis Dragon Sport 29-er

2011 Jamis Dragon 29 Sport

At $1150, Jamis is right on the mark! Great geometry, excellent parts, trail ready.

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