Salem Creek Greenway
Sunday, April 2, 3 p.m.
Join Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Matthew Burczyk for a lazy, fun Sunday afternoon bike ride along the Salem Creek Greenway from Central Park to Salem Lake and back. The total distance will be about 7 miles, but it's a flat course. Bring a bike in good working order.
Meet at the parking lot for the Central Park tennis courts at 801 Salem Avenue (next to the Old Salem round-about).
Electric Bike Salem Lake Trail Rides
Saturday, March 25, 9 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Enjoy a small-group, narrated 2-hour "pedal-assist" e-Bike (electric bike) experience immersed in nature. This bike ride will wend along Salem Creek and around Salem Lake, upon an American-made e-Bike helping you pedal up the hills. Creek Week partner Triad ECO Adventures is offering 50 percent off for Creek Weekers who sign up for their guided e-bike Salem Lake Trail Ride. The $29.50 fee (half price!) includes bike rental, a required helmet (or bring your own), bike orientation and practice before departure, and an "electrifiying" personal tour guide. Riders must know how to balance upon a bike well, be able to follow instructions, be in agile physical health, be at least fourteen years of age (with parent if 18 or younger), weigh less than 260 lbs, & sign a waiver. Advance payment and reservation required, limited to 5 participants, first come first served.
Meet at Triad ECO Adventures, 176 YWCA Way (across from the Gateway YWCA)
Reserve your space by phone at 722-7777 or go online to TriadECOadventures.com and use the online booking code "creekandbike" (lowercase, no spaces).Optional Tour guide gratuities are NOT included. Water bottle & sunscreen recommended, as is using the restroom prior to arrival (to expedite orientation & practice). All participants will also receive discounts off future TEA excursions, local purchase of any ProdecoTech bike, and any artsy Nutcase helmet selection (bike, water, board, child's, etc.)
Looking for a totally different riding experience? Check out the Segway glides along Salem Creek Trail.