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Cooper River Bridge

Charleston’s most popular running spot and home of the famous Cooper River Bridge Run is also one of the best places to get a beautiful view of the peninsula. The suspension bridge, completed in 2005, was designed specifically to accommodate bicycle and pedestrian activities, so there is a designated concrete multi-use path separated from traffic by a concrete barrier. The …

Charleston Bicycle Company

The motto of Charleston Bicycle Company is “Real Bikes, Real People,” and the store emphasizes a friendly, welcoming environment. The goal of the staff is to make cycling a community activity, and they want the entire neighborhood to get involved. However, this full service sales and repair shop is capable of providing service for everyone from the novice rider to …

Black Bean Co.

Billing itself as an “Energy Food Restaurant,” Black Bean Co. prides itself on providing healthy local ingredients to power your day. The restaurant has four locations in the greater Charleston, including Downtown, Mt. Pleasant, West Ashley, and James Island. The menu features a variety of creative wraps, salads and salads that will wake up your taste buds while providing the …

Wannamaker County Park

Wannamaker County Park is a fantastic resource for those looking to maintain their fitness on the road. The main portion of the park features approximately 2.5 miles of paved asphalt walking and biking trails and 2.5 miles of nature trails, plus a large dog park where Fido can romp off-leash! The dog park features separate areas for small and large …

Sawmill Branch Trail

The residential hub of Summerville, SC, located just north of Charleston, is blessed with one of the longest continuous multi-use greenways in the greater Charleston area. The Sawmill Branch Trail is an asphalt multi-use path stretching 6.1 miles along the Sawmill Branch that is enjoyed by cyclists and pedestrians alike. The trail is easily accessible from Interstate 26, and two …

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