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    Where to ride

    Hi I am heading over to your part of the world from England at the end of March and would like to get a days riding in. Where would be worthwhile heading to and any recommendations for bike rentals.

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    Where abouts exactly? Pretty big area...

    If you're flexible and just want the best possible riding, it's hard to argue with the Asheville/Brevard area.

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    Lots of places to rent bikes, too. Depends on what you want.

    Start studying maps. Do you want flowy trails, or chunky trails? Frontcountry stuff, or rugged backcountry? Do you want lift/shuttle bike parks instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xela68 View Post
    Hi I am heading over to your part of the world from England at the end of March and would like to get a days riding in. Where would be worthwhile heading to and any recommendations for bike rentals.

    Many Thanks

    Alex
    Asheville area we assume...? What kind of riding do you want? Need more information in order to offer any advice.

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    Hi guys really flexible with the area I am driving up from Florida to Virginia and as for the type of riding I would like to ride something that is typical of what the area has to offer, fast and flowery is always good though .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xela68 View Post
    Hi guys really flexible with the area I am driving up from Florida to Virginia and as for the type of riding I would like to ride something that is typical of what the area has to offer, fast and flowery is always good though .
    You still need to give us more info on where you plan on staying. Suggest you do some research on the area then come up with a structured plan and we can help you.

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    For flowery trails Id suggest something in the spring. Late spring.

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