Mountain Biking in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina

Mountain biking in the smoky mountains is the modern verion of journeying the Appalachian wagon trails and foot paths of old. Newcomers and longtime cyclists will find exactly what they are looking for mountain biking in the Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge, whether it.s a gentle ride-away weekend outdoors or steep inclines that test your limits, trails of all kinds abound in these hills. Mountain biking is so popular that several shops specializing in the hobby have established themselves as one-stop shops for bike repairs, rentals, and advice from experienced trail guides, all here in the Smokies.

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NOC Bike ShopBryson CityDetails
Offering mountain bike rentals, repairs and sales. Rentals range from entry-level to high-end.

Smoky Mountain Bicycles, Inc.FranklinDetails
Smoky Mountain Bicycles opened for business June of 2002 to serve the needs of those cycling Western North Carolina and Northeast Georgia. Located in beautiful Franklin, NC, we carry a wide assortment of bicycle parts and accessories, along with bike carriers, apparel, maps, nutritional products, and much more. We are an authorized dealer for Trek and Gary Fisher Bicycles, as well as, Bontrager, W ...



 

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