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Spinners install new GHOST BIKE
on Swamp Rabbit Trail.  
The GHOST BIKE memorializes cyclists killed 
on Greenville County Roads.

              Historic Campbells Covered Bridge



Labor Day - Sept. 7th | 10:00AM | North Greenville University Athletic Complex

Value Alert!  This ride provides 2 routes, marked turns with route sheet, roving SAG vehicle, BBQ lunch, supports a local charity and focuses on a Greenville Historic Landmark for a modest $30 ride fee.
23-mile (1455 ft. cumulative climb) and 50-mile (3141 ft climb) routes in Northern Greenville Co.  These two routes have rolling hills and they DO NOT go up Camp Old Indian or the Watershed road to Saluda, NC
Register for this event by clicking HERE 
The Greenville County Recreation Dept has been making improvements at SC's last remaining covered bridge - It's now a nice park that is featured on this ride.  The Greenville Spinners are teaming up with David Taylor and the Momentum Bike Club on this ride.  Momentum Bike Club has partnered with several schools in Greenville Co. and provides group cycling mentoring services based on principles of positive youth development to children who may have multiple risk factors.  The Challenge kids in this program have already climbed Paris Mt. Skyuka Mt. and Caesars Head on their bicycles!   The ride routes are in the rolling hills of northern Greenville County and stop by Campbell's Covered Bridge.  The 23 mile route has rest stop, the 50 miler has two rest stops. Momentum Club kids and supervising adults will run the breaks.  The BBQ lunch is served from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM. Ride Fee: $30 if you preregister, $35 day of ride.
Please visit the ride web page for more info by clicking  HERE
Important Fact:  All the ride directors and helpers are volunteer so 100% of the money raised by the ride goes directly to Momentum Bike Club.
For more information about David Taylor and the Momentum Bike Club CLICK HERE
Ride Directors:  Ken Drescher, Steve Yetman and Don Hudson   This ride is sponsored by the Greenville Spinners Bike Club


Spinners Present Check to Greenville County Sheriff Department 5-11-15

Ken Drescher presents a $150 check from the Greenville Spinners to Deputy Mike Jenkins.  Mike is one of three deputies that patrol the Swamp Rabbit Trail.  The award to the Greenville Sheriff's Foundation was to show appreciation for officers not only patrolling the SR trail but also leading out many of our rides over the last three years. Often deputy Mike Jenkins would help us when off duty.  A big thanks to the officers who help keep our trail safe and assist with Spinners events.

Tuesday SCTAC rides have moved ....and 2015 Season Starts April, 7th, 2015....for more click: SCTAC 2015 

It's getting closer... Official start to SCTAC. April 7.


Officer Jeff is ready. Porta johns will be ready.

So is the "TUESDAY NITE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR A and B riders. You will start from the new spinners parking area. Races start at 6 pm. Police support will be on hand. Please do the right thing and bring your five dollars to help pay for the race support. ITS THE RIGHT THING TO DO.

The C group rides consisting of C20, C18, C16 and. C14 will leave from a different spot on the spinners lot and go in a different direction from racers.


For those that have joined or renewed, THANKS!!!! It helps pay the rent at SCTAC among other things.

It's always good to give back to your local cycling community,

See you all 7 April 2015!

remember. REPAVED ROADS! Long time coming!




Monthly Hagood Mill Ride - 9/19/2015 

Saturday, Sept 19th, pedaling at 9:00 am from Furman





Weekly Sunday Evening Swamp Rabbit Trail Rides (NIGHT RIDE)

NEW TIME! Sunday 7:30 PM | Cleveland Park (near the zoo entrance)

Join us for our ongoing Sunday Swamp Rabbit trail ride. Due to extra traffic on the trail and the summer heat I am moving this ride to Sunday evening for a while.  We leave the park at 7:30 PM and ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail up to Travelers Rest then pedal back to Cleveland park. It is about 12 miles to TR and 12 miles back.  You do need a working headlamp and rear lamp to ride. Helmets and signed waiver are also required. Click here for more info. on the Sunday ride (now at night).