Community Bike Resources

Check out these great additional resources about biking and cycling initiatives here in the Lowcountry and the State of South Carolina, brush up on state bike laws and your rights as a cyclist, or find a bike shop! 

If you're looking for other alternative forms of transportation, visit the Center for Sustainable Development's Alternative Transportation Toolkit! 

City of Charleston's Interactive Bike Map

Explore this interactive map for cycling routes, shops, and parking areas in Charleston.

Biking Organizations

Charleston Moves is an area non-profit that "encourages mobility by bicycle (and on foot) for the improved health and well-being of greater Charleston — our people, neighborhoods, business districts and overall economic competitiveness."

Palmetto Cycling Coalition is a member-supported non-profit organization working to improve bicycling access, safety and education in South Carolina. We are dedicated to making South Carolina more bicycle friendly, and we believe in the value of bicycling for healthy lifestyles and communities across our Palmetto state.

Bike Law is a web site dedicated to helping educate cyclists. Bike Law is dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of bicycle riders in North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Louisiana, and beyond. 

Safe Streets Save Lives is a public and private partnership that is working to improve bicycle safety on South Carolina roads.

Charleston Area Bike Shops

Here is a list of some of the many great bike shops that can be found around the city!

What Can I Do With My Used Bike Parts?

Looking for a sustainable way to dispose of your old bikes or used parts? Ride Bikes, a local bike shop located on St. Andrews Blvd. in West Ashley recycles and reuses parts from old bikes! Be sure to think about heading their way before throwing out old inner-tubes or parts.