bikes, beef and brew
Davidson County's greatest asset is its rolling hills, woods and agricultural tradition. A seemingly quiet county, the residents work diligently and industriously without fanfare. For this reason, many Davidson County residents are surprised by the wealth of creativity, ingenuity and determination that thrives under the radar.
In this robust Fall Issue of Bikes, Beef and Brew, discover Davidson County's active Underground Track cycling network built by local bikers that has been in existence for over ten years. This county boasts some of the largest cycling clubs, which have fundamentally grown by word of mouth and more recently through social media.
And of course, meet fascinating artists such as Matthew Lewis, Jr., a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who makes his home in Thomasville, and Steve Cutting, a self-taught bladesmith sharpening his skills in Lexington. Enjoy Davidson County and when y'all have time, come visit. We're only a hop-skip away.
- Feb 9, 2017 PASTURE-RAISED BEEF in Davidson County Feb 9, 2017
- Jun 8, 2016 Yadkin River Crossing and the Good Roads Movement: Wil-Cox Bridge Jun 8, 2016
- Feb 9, 2017 DIRT BAGS: Davidson County's Underground Track Network Feb 9, 2017
- Jun 8, 2016 Yadkin River: Geography, History, Culture and Recreation Jun 8, 2016
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