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    Visiting NC

    Hey guys, i"m looking to take a weekender down to NC in Aprilish, and I was just looking for some info on trails, bike rentals, and places to stay or camp near good trails. I figured this would be the best place to look.

    Any info would be great. Thanks ahead of time.
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    The search feature works pretty well on this site FYI

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    So you can reply to tell me that, but no advice. thanks a lot. I'll rethink my trip,
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    Davidson River Campground in Brevard is your best camping option for riding. Hot showers and town is super close.

    There are two excellent bike shops within 1/2 mile of Davidson River; The Hub and Sycamore Cycles both will have great rental options, maps for sale, and can offer the in-person advice that is 1000x more valuable than anything the interwebz will offer.

    You can ride, from Davidson River, on 90% singletrack for anywhere from 1-12 hours.

    Is that better advice?

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    Awesome! Much better advice, thanks a lot. I'll def check into that, I appreciate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbobagginz View Post
    Awesome! Much better advice, thanks a lot. I'll def check into that, I appreciate it.
    With all due respect, you were given good advise. The search function is your friend. Much advise has been given on the subject as the same question is asked almost daily. Lots of I go out there already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65 View Post
    With all due respect, you were given good advise. The search function is your friend. Much advise has been given on the subject as the same question is asked almost daily. Lots of I go out there already.
    Understood. I just figured I'd ask instead. Seems more personable to figure out good areas, than trying to search for general things. I guess from now on I'll just search. Sorry to bother you Carolinians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbobagginz View Post
    Understood. I just figured I'd ask instead. Seems more personable to figure out good areas, than trying to search for general things. I guess from now on I'll just search. Sorry to bother you Carolinians.
    I'll second the recommendation for Davidson River camping, Hub/Sycamore for rentals, etc. There are lots of other options. For trail information and maps, as well as more options for lodging/dining, check out the following websites:
    Pisgah Area SORBA » Trail Locations, Maps & info
    Mountain Biking in Western North Carolina - MTB WNC

    Also, please excuse the resident Carolina Trolls. They have a rather annoying inability to simply move on past topics they aren't interested in.

    It might help if there were useful, concise sticky topics that provided information about mountain biking in this region. Something like, "Visiting the Carolinas? Start Here!" Yes, people would still ask questions and not read the stickies. So what?

    This is a regional mountain biking discussion forum. What's the purpose of it? Just what it says, having discussions about mountain biking in and to regional destinations. Some people, like the OP, would rather engage in a personal dialogue than browse past topics or use search features. Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dobovedo View Post
    I'll second the recommendation for Davidson River camping, Hub/Sycamore for rentals, etc. There are lots of other options. For trail information and maps, as well as more options for lodging/dining, check out the following websites:
    Pisgah Area SORBA » Trail Locations, Maps & info
    Mountain Biking in Western North Carolina - MTB WNC

    Also, please excuse the resident Carolina Trolls. They have a rather annoying inability to simply move on past topics they aren't interested in.

    It might help if there were useful, concise sticky topics that provided information about mountain biking in this region. Something like, "Visiting the Carolinas? Start Here!" Yes, people would still ask questions and not read the stickies. So what?

    This is a regional mountain biking discussion forum. What's the purpose of it? Just what it says, having discussions about mountain biking in and to regional destinations. Some people, like the OP, would rather engage in a personal dialogue than browse past topics or use search features. Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
    Again, the search function is a useful tool. That's all I'm trying to say. Always gonna be a pusquit to call it trolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobovedo View Post
    I'll second the recommendation for Davidson River camping, Hub/Sycamore for rentals, etc. There are lots of other options. For trail information and maps, as well as more options for lodging/dining, check out the following websites:
    Pisgah Area SORBA » Trail Locations, Maps & info
    Mountain Biking in Western North Carolina - MTB WNC

    Also, please excuse the resident Carolina Trolls. They have a rather annoying inability to simply move on past topics they aren't interested in.

    It might help if there were useful, concise sticky topics that provided information about mountain biking in this region. Something like, "Visiting the Carolinas? Start Here!" Yes, people would still ask questions and not read the stickies. So what?

    This is a regional mountain biking discussion forum. What's the purpose of it? Just what it says, having discussions about mountain biking in and to regional destinations. Some people, like the OP, would rather engage in a personal dialogue than browse past topics or use search features. Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
    Thanks I appreciate the info. No worries, I get it I guess. If any of you guys ever venture in to NJ, feel free to message me and I'll help out as best as I can.

    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65 View Post
    Again, the search function is a useful tool. That's all I'm trying to say. Always gonna be a pusquit to call it trolling.
    I wasn't trying to start a war or anything, but I mean, if I see a topic I don't feel like viewing, or have any thing to say about, instead of chiming in about the search tool, I ignore it. I would have rather no one answered than give an answer like that.
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    April is a great time to come to Asheville and ride Pisgah or Dupont. Dupont has more moderate singletrack and wide track with many waterfall views. Pisgah is more technical with challenging singletrack in more remote parts of the forest. Both places offer amazing riding. Here are a few places we recommend staying. Mike and Claudia Nix at Liberty Bikes in Asheville has a cool cabin for rent called Trail's End near Asheville with riding out your door in Bent Creek. Vacation in the Heart of Cycling Paradise - At Asheville's Favorite Bike Shop

    Pro Biker Adam Craig stayed at The Red House Inn in Brevard. Red House Inn - A Brevard, NC Bed and Breakfast

    Rebecca Banner has a perfect, cozy cottage rental in Asheville that would be excellent for a mountain vacation. Asheville Vacation Rental - VRBO 169068 - 2 BR Smoky Mountains House in NC, Walk to Downtown from Charming Cottage, in Historic Montford

    Pro racer Jeremiah Bishop stayed at the Bear Ridge Cabin in Brevard. Brevard Vacation Rental - VRBO 309725 - 2 BR Smoky Mountains Cabin in NC, Charming Mountainside Cabin with Plenty of Upgrades & Privacy

    Hope you have a great trip and keep riding!! Home - Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbobagginz View Post
    Hey guys, i"m looking to take a weekender down to NC in Aprilish, and I was just looking for some info on trails, bike rentals, and places to stay or camp near good trails. I figured this would be the best place to look.

    Any info would be great. Thanks ahead of time.
    where in NC?...Raleigh?..Charlotte?...Wilmington?...The Outer Banks?..Boone?...just wondering.
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    There are many positive benefits to utilizing "the search tool" on MTBr. You can gain knowledge from a great & diverse group of locals/visitors (who rarely post on this site any more) and see some awesome seasonal photos/videos.

    Lack of responses are not representative of the region. Thanks to MB for continuing to be a gentleman contributor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobovedo View Post
    I'll second the recommendation for Davidson River camping, Hub/Sycamore for rentals, etc. There are lots of other options. For trail information and maps, as well as more options for lodging/dining, check out the following websites:
    Pisgah Area SORBA » Trail Locations, Maps & info
    Mountain Biking in Western North Carolina - MTB WNC

    Also, please excuse the resident Carolina Trolls. They have a rather annoying inability to simply move on past topics they aren't interested in.

    It might help if there were useful, concise sticky topics that provided information about mountain biking in this region. Something like, "Visiting the Carolinas? Start Here!" Yes, people would still ask questions and not read the stickies. So what?

    This is a regional mountain biking discussion forum. What's the purpose of it? Just what it says, having discussions about mountain biking in and to regional destinations. Some people, like the OP, would rather engage in a personal dialogue than browse past topics or use search features. Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
    Good post

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    They called me "the search tool" in high school, and I always thought it was derogatory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dresdenlock View Post
    where in NC?...Raleigh?..Charlotte?...Wilmington?...The Outer Banks?..Boone?...just wondering.
    I don't know yet, part of the reason why I asked for info. I've never been to NC and I'm going specifically for mtb. Maybe anyway, its a toss up still between NC,TN, and FL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbobagginz View Post
    I don't know yet, part of the reason why I asked for info. I've never been to NC and I'm going specifically for mtb. Maybe anyway, its a toss up still between NC,TN, and FL
    I would say try to ride the mtns..even tho Ive never ridden there..I hear it is THE place to ride in NC (Brevard/Asheville- Dupont National Forest/Pisgah)...looking up videos on youtube is always a good place to start..then youre getting the feel of what you are up against...it prolly also depends on your level (beginner/expert what have you)...also in Charlotte there are alot of trails around that area..I have ridden a few and every one of them I have enjoyed..the US National Whitewater Center is a very unique place to ride because they have other things as well (Kayaking/Rafting etc etc)...I live in the middle of the state so I ride in Sanford/Uwharrie/Briar Chapel. there are a couple of sites I would suggest to look at Tarheel TrailBlazers Charlotte's Premier Mountain Bike Cluband TriangleMTB.com, your source for mountain biking in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill but these sites mainly deal with the middle of the state. This site might help as well: The First-Timer's Guide to Mountain Biking in Western North Carolina

    so hopefully this helps a bit...good luck with all of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbobagginz View Post
    I don't know yet, part of the reason why I asked for info. I've never been to NC and I'm going specifically for mtb. Maybe anyway, its a toss up still between NC,TN, and FL
    Lots of great trails and other activities in the Asheville area. If you have not been, it should be the first choice on your list IMO.

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    Do not drive to nc to ride mtn bikes and go to any other area other than Pisgah anything else would be silly

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    Quote Originally Posted by M-U-M View Post
    There are many positive benefits to utilizing "the search tool" on MTBr. You can gain knowledge from a great & diverse group of locals/visitors (who rarely post on this site any more) and see some awesome seasonal photos/videos.

    Lack of responses are not representative of the region. Thanks to MB for continuing to be a gentleman contributor.

    Totally awesome post. Thanks MUM.

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    We're not unfriendly, just a little lazy ;-)

    I searched up a thread with some "where to stay" info and a lot of extraneous "where to eat and drink" info by me.

    Where to stay in Ashville?

    hope it helps. The rentals answer is easy...etiher Hub or Sycamore...and the guys at either place can sell you a map (so worth the $12 or whatever) and point you in the right direction for trails.

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    One other set of trails you may want to try are the ones around Wilkesboro. They are super flowy, purpose-built trails as opposed to the natural rustic trails in Pisgah. Think roller-coaster for a bike and you've got the idea. The campgrounds are nice but the downside if that Wilkesboro doesn't have the cool bars, restaurants, bike shops, that Asheville/Brevard do. You might just want to spend a day here on your way to/from Asheville...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    Lots of great trails and other activities in the Asheville area. If you have not been, it should be the first choice on your list IMO.
    Ditto. I live in Raleigh. If you were coming to this area to visit friends/family/work for a weekend, I'd point you to local trails. If you are saying that you want to bike somewhere in NC and you want to maximize your mtb experience, stay in the mountains.

    In addition to all the other links/advice already posted, it would also help if you said what type of trails you want to ride (flowy, techy, all day epics, etc) and whether or not you'll have people/family with you that won't be biking and will need something to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by litespeedchick View Post
    We're not unfriendly, just a little lazy ;-)
    No, I am pretty sure some people here are just unfriendly.

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    Thanks for all of the info guys. I think I'll end up going to pisgah. It makes the most sense. Thanks again.
    Cheers

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    A few are mean, some are ignorant. Some folks are just just plain creepy. But most of us are actually nice and helpful here. Enjoy your trip to Pisgah. You've made a good choice.

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    I agree, there really are some creepy people here.
    Which is why I try to be nice to everyone because you never know who will show up at your door one day.

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    Totally bro. Which is why I always keep an open door policy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65 View Post
    Totally bro. Which is why I always keep an open door policy.
    Totally, I agree 100% but some people prefer to hind behind a keyboard like a little b!tch.

    Glad we can finally agree something though.

    BTW, totally off topic, but I remember offering to this one dude who claimed to have an open door policy to discuss our problems in person. Peacefully or not, it made no difference to me. He just refused, I guess he was just a little b!tch full of talk. What do you think?
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    Yay. Name calling and threats. Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65 View Post
    Yay. Name calling and threats. Awesome.
    Not sure what you mean?

    Who am I threatening?
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    Hey, I just wanted to chime in and ask another question cause i get too much crap when I search and nothing specific.
    We would like to visit Pisgah early this spring, maybe end of February early April. I was curious when the earliest you would recommend we come and what the conditions would be like. We will be driving down from Ontario in our Westy and will probably look to do a bit of what appears to be free car camping mixed with some paid when we are in desperate need of showers.

    We love rocky technical riding so if there is anything else that is a must while we are there please chime in.

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    Earliest is hard to say considering the weather here can very easily change.
    Our winter thus far has been mild (70's today) and it may continue along a similar trend but then again it may have a late cold snap.

    If you were coming up from Florida, I may be more concerned about telling you to come later for warmer weather but seeing you are from Canada, I think you handle most of what winter throws at us.

    I personally would still wait closer to early April though. Of course, you could be getting in to our rainy season at that point. Who really knows.

    For riding, you could do Bent Creek in Asheville but it isn't really rocky or severely technical. Dupont in Brevard has a lot better scenery and maybe a few more techy trails.
    Both those places are easier to find your way around habd have lots of trails easy to connect.

    Then there are several other Trails in Pisgah a lot more rocky and technical.
    I did Laurel to Pilot yesterday, that is pretty rocky and technical.
    Also Black mountain is pretty techy too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redeyeksc View Post
    Hey, I just wanted to chime in and ask another question cause i get too much crap when I search and nothing specific.
    We would like to visit Pisgah early this spring, maybe end of February early April. I was curious when the earliest you would recommend we come and what the conditions would be like. We will be driving down from Ontario in our Westy and will probably look to do a bit of what appears to be free car camping mixed with some paid when we are in desperate need of showers.

    We love rocky technical riding so if there is anything else that is a must while we are there please chime in.
    You may want to add in some George Washington / Jefferson National Forest in Virginia riding on the way down. Lots of rocky tech stuff there. Usually ride-able by mid March, although we have been riding most of the winter already.

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    Wow thats warm, maybe i should just plan to come next week! Temperature here usually hovers around 33, and has huge dips where it will drop in late January early Feb..
    We will definitely stop in at a local shop for info when we come down. Sounds like we are picking the right place to visit for weather and for trails. We know a few people that have gone on trips to Ashville and complained of lack of tech and rock so are hoping to avoid those spots. We did a lot of riding in Vermont last year and were amazed at the riding community there as well as the awesome trails you guys have in the states. Can't wait to check it out. I think we will still aim for the end of Feb. early April.

    This is a great forum, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redeyeksc View Post
    Wow thats warm, maybe i should just plan to come next week! Temperature here usually hovers around 33, and has huge dips where it will drop in late January early Feb..
    We will definitely stop in at a local shop for info when we come down. Sounds like we are picking the right place to visit for weather and for trails. We know a few people that have gone on trips to Ashville and complained of lack of tech and rock so are hoping to avoid those spots. We did a lot of riding in Vermont last year and were amazed at the riding community there as well as the awesome trails you guys have in the states. Can't wait to check it out. I think we will still aim for the end of Feb. early April.

    This is a great forum, thanks!
    There are a lot of techy/rocky sections just not at the more groomed trails of Bent Creek and Dupont. If people were complaining about there not being enough of it, then they were in the wrong places.

    Like I said, the weather changes fast here and even though we are in the 70's this weekend, we could be having snow next weekend.

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    From the pictures I have seen and the way people have talked about some of the trails i definitely think they were in the wrong places. They were part of other groups going down and those groups were mainly into xcish type stuff here so the trails that group probably decided to do were probably fairly smooth with lots of climbing. I like climbing, I just like having fun doing it. We are really looking forward to coming and hope to make it an annual end of winter trip.
    It will be our second big trip in the Westfalia, hope the shops have stickers we can plaster all over the van!

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    I would bet that if they were with groups, they hit the more popular and more groomed trails of Dupont and Bent Creek. They are great trails but not super techy.

    I still say spend a day out at Dupont even though it doesn't have a lot of techy stuff. Burnt Mountain, Cedar Rock and Big Rock probably have the most techy sections but again there certainly is a lot more tech in parts of Pisgah. However, Dupont does have some great scenery and some great trails, So maybe spend a little lighter day out there.

    Any bike shop should have the Western NC trail maps. They are great.
    There is one for Dupont and one for Pisgah/Bent Creek. I highly recommend stopping and picking them up when you get down here.

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    Whatever anyone does, STAY AWAY from that "other" pisgah area to the north of morganton...it is just plain TRBL up there.

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    Hit Kitsuma in Old Fort for a sweet downhill . All of Pisgah is good with easy rides to rides where you feel you are riding up a stream bed. Easy to connect with all the fire roads back there. Bent Creek / 5 points area is great flowy riding. Dupont is awesome with some nice slick rock .
    Awesome place to climb also (Looking Glass , Whitesides, Linville gorge, Rumbling Bald) . Man I miss that place.

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    Pisgah is TRBL. LNSP has all the miles and tech you need.
    Trails that are less than 10miles are not legit KNOW THIS

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    How come you say Pisgah is trouble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petersbike View Post
    How come you say Pisgah is trouble?
    He could mean terrible.

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    For what it's worth, I am going out to Denver later this week. I have a fatbike rental lined up and will spend 3 days riding the lower elevations. About a month ago I started looking around the CO-Front Range forum, looking for trails that might be rideable in the Denver/Boulder area in winter. I browsed through the various topics and also tried to use the forums search function. While I did find a few threads that kinda sorta fit what I was looking for, I got a lot better information by starting my own thread and asking questions that were specific to a) the time of year, b) the type for riding I like to do and c) the region where I'll be. I also now have some contacts that I may try and hook up with while I'm out there.

    My point: search can get you so far, but in my experience a more direct conversation gets me a lot further, and is more fun/interesting.

    I probably shouldn't have trotted out the "troll" word so quickly. My bad. I gotta admit I still have no idea what a pusquit is. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    He could mean terrible.
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    Philbo we have an awesome scene up in Boone. Drop in Boone Bike and touring and we will point you in the right direction. No "searching" required

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