Asheville in the Fall

by Mary Bardell October 03, 2018

We finally made it to Asheville, NC earlier this year and WOW. More trails than you can shake a cable housing at, and mountain roads smoother than freshly-shaven Cat 5 calves. We endured the spectacular Pisgah National Forest with Kitsbow Ambassadors Josh and Devin of The Bike Farm and explored the hidden cycling (and beer) mecca that is Asheville. Our heart is in California, but we’re carving out a special place for Asheville. It is a phenomenal town that has cultivated a phenomenal cycling culture!


  • Ride gravel and road in Asheville at the Bookwalter Binge Gran Fondo, October 27th. Craft beer, great food, and pros. To get your 25% off the price of the Binge, email Bingers also get a hefty discount on their first Kitsbow.

Brent & Kitsbow Ambassador, Jamie Bookwalter, at the start of the UCI Men's Road Race World Championship last week, in Innsbruck Austria. (photo: Brent Bookwalter)


  • Check out the epic facilities of The Bike Farm. We can hook you up, or contact them directly. Ride Pisgah with our Kitsbow ambassadors at the glamping/guided Bike Farm and get 25% off all of your first Kitsbow purchase.

So now we’re going back in the midst of the stunning Fall foliage, and we want you to join us. We have road, gravel and MTB options for Kitsbow friends, courtesy of our NC Ambassadors. Check it out!

Mary Bardell
Mary Bardell


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