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Cyclo-Cross comes to Jackson Park this weekend

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The North Carolina Cyclo-Cross Series will host races 10 and 11 in its 13-race 25th anniversary season with the Hunter Subaru North Carolina Grand Prix this weekend at Jackson Park.   Read Story »

Tags: bicycling | cyclo-cross | mountain biking

Henderson County News

Indoor bike park, climbing gym opens soon

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MILLS RIVER — A major climbing and biking adventure facility is opening soon in Mills River.   Read Story »

Tags: mountain biking

Henderson County Your Town

Golf tournament, taproom fundraiser set this week for Capt. Poore

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Several fundraisers have been scheduled and others are ongoing for Hendersonville Fire Capt. Josh Poore, who is recovering from serious injuries he suffered in a mountain bike accident on June 13. Events this week include a golf tournament at High Vista  Golf Course and a tap room fundraiser at Sierra Nevada.   Read Story »

Tags: mountain biking | Josh Poore

Henderson County News

Numerous fundraisers set for fire captain hurt in bike crash

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Numerous fundraisers have been scheduled for Hendersonville Fire Capt. Josh Poore, a U.S. Army veteran, decorated firefighter and father of three who was seriously injured in a mountain bike accident on June 13.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville Fire Department | mountain biking | Josh Poore

Henderson County Business

Sycamore donates $8,000 for off-road bike park upgrades

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Sycamore Cycles is contributing $8,000 to add shade structures and more bicycle skills lines to the new and improved Jackson Park Bicycle Park. Sycamore, the county parks and recreation department and volunteers are holding a work day at the park Saturday.   Read Story »

Tags: bicycling | mountain biking | Sycamore Cycles

Henderson County News

Conservancy saves 900 acres for hunting, hiking, mountain biking

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Nine hundred acres of Little White Oak Mountain became public land on Friday, as Conserving Carolina transferred 600 acres to the state to expand the Green River Game Lands and 300 acres to Polk County for a local park.   Read Story »

Tags: hiking | Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy | land conservation | hunting | Conserving Carolina | mountain biking