This bike looks as though it could ride on the power lines, but it is really just suspended in the air by some wires. It is located on a former bicycle shop on Hudson Street.
The Get Out Greenville event was held on Saturday at Lake Conestee Nature Park. It included demonstrations and a wide variety of outdoor related activities. There were a variety of bicycle races on a cyclocross course set up in the park.
Bicycle parking in front of the Upstate Craft Beer Co.
This cyclist carries both children on her bicycle as they move through Falls Park.
A Cyclocross competition was held in Trailblazer Park in Travelers Rest, just off the Swamp Rabbit Trail. The route contains a variety of challenges and obstacles – curbs, mud, and sections with forced dismount.
This Brew Bike is used by Methodical Coffee to take cold brewed coffee to events.
This conference bike was in action at Trailblazer Park during Bike Day. Conference bikes have a number of uses – from letting blind people join the ride to organizations renting them for a meeting. For those meetings, they set a distance limit for meetings; when they complete the planned route for the ride, the meeting is declared to be over.
This is Bicycle Theme Day – to see other views of bicycles from other city photo blogs around the world, click here.
WYFF4’s Allyson Powell is checking out a newly installed bicycle repair stand for a story. The bicycle repair stand is located at the transit center which is centrally located downtown. The air pump will be the most commonly used tool, and the easiest to use. For more advanced repairs, the repair stand has a QR code that can be scanned to for videos on other types of bicycle repairs.
Of course it would be a challenge to make an advanced repair without getting dirty when you’re dressed as nicely as Allyson!
The story by WYFF4 is here.
The Greenville Army Store on Main Street in the West End uses an antique bicycle to display a signboard for the store.