Bike Rides

ELECTRIC BIKE RIDE
Saturday, March 23, 1 p.m.
Overflow date (if needed): Sunday, March 24, 1 p.m. 

LONG BRANCH TRAIL TO QUARRY PARK
Saturday, March 30, 2 p.m.

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Electric Bike Salem Creek Trail Rides

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Saturday, March 23, 1 p.m.
Enjoy a small-group, narrated 2-hour "pedal-assist" e-Bike (electric bike) experience immersed in nature. This bike ride will follow Salem Creek and Peachtree greenways to Quarry Park, upon an American-built 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 Quarry Park trail ride. The $27 fee (half price!) includes bike rental, a required helmet (or bring your own), bike orientation and practice before departure, and an "electrifying" personal tour guide. Riders must already know how to balance upon a bike well, be able to follow instructions, be in agile physical health, be at least 14 years of age (with parent if 18 or younger), weigh less than 260 lbs., & sign a waiver.  Advance payment and reservation required, limited to 6 participants, first come first served. 

If the Saturday e-bike session fills up, a second e-bike session will be offered on Sunday, March 24.

Meet at Triad ECO Adventures, 176 YWCA Way (across from the Gateway YWCA) 

Reserve your space by phone at 722-7777 or register online 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.

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Saturday, March 30, 2 p.m.
Join Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Matthew Burczyk for a fun-paced ride from downtown to Quarry Park and back by way of Long Branch Trail, Salem Creek Greenway and Peachtree Greenway. The Long Branch Trail is the city's newest greenway and runs through Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Quarry Park offers a spectacular view of downtown Winston-Salem from the observation pier. The total distance will be about 9 miles with a couple of hills to climb, though no one will be left behind. Bring a bike in good working order  and stick around after the ride for a beverage at Krankies and a discussion of bicycle and pedestrian matters in Winston-Salem.

Meet at Krankies Coffee at Third St. and Patterson Ave.