Reception for Adventure Cycling Touring Group – Sunday, May 12
Co-hosted by Coastal Cyclists, Charleston Moves, and Adventure Cycling
Adventure Cycling Association starting a guided ride from Charleston, headed south to St. Augustine, Florida. We’re hosting a send-off reception for the group on Sunday, May 12.
Cycling Executive Director Jim Sayer will
give a brief presentation on the tour, and on
Adventure Cycling. Enjoy refreshments, meet kindred
cycling spirits, and hear the latest in bike travel and
cycling in North America — including Adventure Cycling’s
work on Bicycle Route 66, the new Idaho Hot Springs
Mountain Bike Route, the U.S. Bicycle Route System, and
Charleston Moves Director Tom Bradford will provide an update on the progress of the Battery2Beach Route, and Coastal Cyclists President Ben Gruber on local riding opportunities.
May 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Granville’s, 730 Rutledge Ave. (near Hampton Park), Charleston, SC
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 532-2751 by May 9.
Ride of Silence – Wednesday, May 15
Annual Charleston Version of Global Remembrance of Cyclists killed or Injured
Participants gather in parking lot at north end of
Following brief remarks at 7pm, participants, on bikes, depart with Charleston Police motorcycle escort.
• Exit Hampton
Park eastbound on Cleveland to King (R),
• South on King all the way to Murray Blvd. (R)
• North on Murray Blvd. Ashley (R)
• North on Ashley to Broad (L)
• West on Broad to Lockwood
• Stay straight onto to Halsey Blvd. (past the Edwin Gardner ghost Bike),
• Right onto Montagu
• East on Montagu to Ashley (L),
• returning directly on Ashley to Hampton Park.
Socialize following the ride at Granville’s, at 730 Rutledge. No charge. Donations to Charleston Moves appreciated.
Bike to Work Day – Friday, May 17
A Collaboration between Charleston Moves and M.U.S.C.
7am: Ride #1 Earth Fare/South Windermere Shopping Center, West Ashley
7am: Ride #2 Waterfront Park, Mount Pleasant
7:30 Riders depart from staging point to work, or to MUSC
Central Destination Clyburne Plaza, atop Johnathan Lucas St., MUSC