Our guide helps serve the local bicycling community in Spartanburg. View local resources, bike shops, and trails.
Authentic general store featuring quality goods, traditional clothing and custom fit shoes. Since 1883, Mast General Store has been outfitting the Appalachians with traditional mercantile goods, comfortable clothing, rugged footwear and quality outdoor gear for all mountain seasons. Discover for yourself why….. some times are just too good to leave behind, and why it is a simple pleasure to just browse throughout the store.
have their regular Club meetings on the first Monday of each month. Visit the website for more information on meetings and events.
The ECCC, based in Anderson, SC, is a mostly touring, partly racing club which also includes a sizeable mountain biking population. We have over 200 members from all over Upstate (Northwest) South Carolina.
At scenic South Carolina State Parks, you’ll find the best boating, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking, canoeing and hiking in South Carolina. One of the original 13 Colonies, South Carolina’s significant contributions to American history are brought to life in historic parks throughout the state. A popular family, sporting and group vacation destination, South Carolina State Parks feature cabins and villas, campgrounds, picnic areas, meeting rooms and even equestrian stables.
Two loops through the rolling farm country of Spartanburg County. The routes will consist of lightly traveled secondary roads and farm roads and be marked with directional arrows and paw prints!! ALL proceeds to benefit the Spartanburg Humane Society. ALL rider entry fees go directly to the Spartanburg Humane Society (SHS), a non-profit organization that provides a temporary home for all of the county’s homeless animals.
Starting from the parking area, this somewhat challenging trail in Spartanburg County has something for just about everyone. There is enough climbing, fast down hills, and hard packed sections, which allow fairly high speeds to satisfy the intermediates and experts, but may be too much for beginners. Several connector trails provide variation and new challenges, especially the Idaho pass, which is more technical.
Friendly & Knowledgeable. Barnett’s Certified Mechanics, located at
1055A Fernwood Glendale Rd.