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This post has two pitches in it.
First: you can come on out on Saturday, December 19, at 8 a.m. for a bike ride from James Island to Folly while making some pit stops to check out the scenic view. Here's more details on that.
Second: I learned about this thanks to the Web site Bike Charleston. It's a relative newcomer to Charleston's online scene and seems to be a great way to keep up with local bike groups, what's happening in town, and upcoming bike events.
Here's what they have to say for themselves.
Bike Charleston is a website for all things biking in Charleston. If you want to know about anything related to bikes, whether it be where to buy a great beach cruiser, what the City has planned for bike lane improvements, or when the next 100-mile ride is, this site is for you.
Bike Charleston is a group comprised of many, working together to encourage the biking lifestyle, create a more bike-friendly City and educate the public about bicycle safety. We also put on some really fun events!
In the bike-ified words of Booker T Washington "We are separate as the spokes yet one as the wheel," so take a look at all the great bike organizations and businesses in the Charleston Metro Area and find one that works for you. Click each one to learn more.