Top BIcycle Paths and Trails in North Carolina

Top eBike friendly Paths in NC.

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eBikes are becoming more widely known, purchased and ridden. Every city we delivery eBikes to has an active cycling voice and there are greenways in use or under development.

eBike Central is promoting the increased use of eBikes as a transportation and recreational product. They are as safe to ride as a Bicycle with the the Adjustable Pedal Assist that gives the rider the workout they are looking for or the fun aspect not available on a Traditional Bicycle. The eBike Motor system only assists up to 20 Mph for a Class 1 or Class 2 eBike.

Our Pedal Assist eBikes from Bosch, Brose, Yamaha, Shimano and Bafang Motor System Companies only engage the motor when you start pedaling, and immediately stop when you stop pedaling. There is never an issue where the eBike ‘will take off on you’. If fact, they are a lot safer than traditional Bicycles with High Performance Hydraulic Brakes, some with four pistons on each wheel. Or the Plus Size Tires with Puncture Proof linings or the Full Suspension aspect which keeps the tires on the pavement at all times.

This is a list of Bicycle Paths listed on the website. Here are the details from the page for these paths. Click here for more details.

High CountryA flat bike route in the North Carolina mountains might seem unlikely, but the gentle trail along the south fork of the New River in Ashe County is perfect for those wanting a leisurely pedal through the country.

Outer Banks & Currituck
This stunning, 25-mile coastal bike route runs along N.C. Highway 12, the only major road on quiet Hatteras Island. “Major” is a relative term here, though – much of the ride is uninterrupted by a single house, billboard or convenience store. Instead, you’ll see the ocean to one side, and the Pamlico Sound to the other.

Outer Banks & Currituck
For much of the ride you’ll enjoy views of Currituck Sound, but don’t pass up the opportunity to duck down side roads on the ocean side for views of the surf and lovely beach houses. Since the distance between Duck and Sanderling Resort is only about 5 miles, you might want to continue north to Corolla, where you could be lucky enough to spot wild horses on the beach.

Pinehurst & Sandhills
A nice cycling route starts in Southern Pines, where you can explore the charming town easily on bike, then get on Midland Road and head toward Pinehurst. This scenic byway, once a train spur, is beautifully graded and makes for smooth cruising.

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