Meet at Santi's on Meeting Street.
7.5 mile route - ridewithgps.com/routes/22335437
The ride is free, but you purchase your own tacos!
Casual pace: 6-10 mph. Cruiser bikes very much suitable for this ride, but you can use any bike for the ride. The objective is not to go fast, but to slow down and enjoy.
There will be some cars, so be prepared to ride with some light traffic.
Older kids, those able to ride with city traffic, are welcome to attend, but will be the ward of their parents. Please no younger riders unless they are in a Burley trailer or on a pedal trailer. There will not be a police escort or any kind of SAG vehicle.
Please wear a helmet and use front and rear lights/blinkers.
All riders must sign our ride waiver - goo.gl/forms/1wT2slacavK8N0eN2
Join us for a community-based, hands-on training to learn how to effectively advocate for safer biking and walking in your neighborhood. There's no doubt that you know your neighborhood best, and by advocating alongside us, we can collectively deepen and broaden our impact.
The training will be on the 2nd floor of Harold's Cabin. We'll start the program at 6pm and light snacks will be provided. Please RSVP here: neighborhoodambassadortraining2.eventbrite.com
By participating in this training, you'll officially be part of our Neighborhood Ambassador Program, working alongside Charleston Moves for safer, better connected streets, bridges and neighborhoods.
Local Folks, Moving Spokes is a NEW collaborative event series presented by Lowcountry Local First and Charleston Moves. This series is geared toward connecting and celebrating our local movers and shakers: the people who have invested in the long-term economic and artistic resiliency of our community, and who recognize the inextricable link between mobility and success. We aim to make this quarterly series topical and engaging, bringing you a unique look at those who chose to work, play and create in the Lowcountry.
Our first event will be an intimate conversation between local creatives Robert Prioleau of Blue Ion and Becca Barnet of Sisal Creative. Grab your bike and ride over to Blue Ion for the discussion. Following, we will pedal up to the brand new Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. at Pacific Box & Crate for a social hour and one-on-one Q&A with our speakers. Interested? Make sure to GET YOUR TICKET soon, as the event has limited capacity! Your first drink is included. localfolksmovingspokes-creatives.eventbrite.com
Bike parking will be provided at Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. at Pacific Box & Crate. If you'd like to ride Holy Spokes Charleston Bike Share, there is a station conveniently located outside Blue Ion at the corner of Liberty and King.
Blue Ion Creative Discussion: 6:00 - 6:30 pm
Bike Ride to Edmund's Oast Brewing Co.: 6:30 - 7:00 pm
Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. Social Hour: 7:00 - 8:00 pm
A huge thanks to Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. at Pacific Box & Crate for hosting and sponsoring beverages for this event!