Cycling in Greenville

Cycling in Greenville

Greenville is the largest city in and the seat of Greenville County, South Carolina, United States. Greenville has a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons.

Greenville is recognized as one of the cities that emerged as a potential future cycling destination. The city has revamped the downtown and made it a tourist attraction full of art, gorgeous views, and an amazing culinary scene. Along with that effort came a deliberate effort to vastly improve the cycling infrastructure and encourage local and visiting cyclists alike to seek out this green cycling city. From the burgeoning biker to the training pro, everyone can find an avenue to take.

Despite being seen as a small town, Greenville offers miles of wide open space to explore. You can find serious mountains, forests, or farmlands to roll, or even a 21-mile paved bike path starting inland. North of town seems to be the more popular area, especially since the Swamp Rabbit Trail heads that direction out of town, offering a casual and scenic cruise to start your long ride.

Good news for riders who are also foodies,  the city is packed with many local brewed beer, fresh-roasted coffee, and farm-fresh dining. As you can no doubt tell, this place can be the next line in your bucket-list since it provides not only pretty scenery but also great food and drinks. It is absolutely a city to ride.

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