Lenoir North Carolina – A Certified Retirement Community

Wilson Creek NC trout fishing

What does it take to become a North Carolina Certified Retirement Community? It takes an exceptional measure of natural diversity that brings together mountain living with riverfront views, local beaches, and quick access to nearby bustling cities all within a stone’s throw plus a range of amenities, services, and opportunities for retirees to enjoy active and productive lives.

It means you’re one of the best retirement places in North Carolina for retirees, and you’re proudly located in an area of the state known as much for its warm hospitality as for its warm climate.

But it’s not enough just to be beautiful and abundant in amenities. If you want to receive that official designation as a North Carolina Certified Retirement Community, you’ve also got to meet some strict criteria in areas such as infrastructure, health care, cultural offerings, and more. With such stringent guidelines, it’s no wonder that only 14 North Carolina cities have been included on this prestigious list.

And we’re proud to say that Lenoir happens to be one of them! Known as the crossroads of the best of North Carolina,” Lenoir has been officially recognized by the state as one of the best retirement places in North Carolina for retirees. State officials have highlighted Lenoir’s wide variety of outdoor activities and ample volunteer opportunities as two of the many qualities that make Lenoir great. Other qualities of Lenoir featured in RETIRE NC’s Certified Retirement Communities Guide include:

Natural Resources         
Lenoir boasts a spectacular setting among the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, enhanced by the Lenoir Greenway, Catawba River Valley and Wilson Creek, all of which offer year-round opportunities for outdoor activities, including abundant fishing, walking paths, hiking and biking trails, boating, and kayaking.  

Music & Art         
Lenoir enjoys a rich musical heritage, with genres that appeal to all musical tastes (from bluegrass to jazz to classical) featured on concert stages and in seasonal festivals throughout the year. Art lovers enjoy Lenoir’s outdoor art walks and the charming galleries filled with original artwork, including oil paintings, tapestries, pottery, and photography exhibits. But the city is most known for its sculptures, which are featured both indoors and out, and celebrated each year in Lenoir’s Annual Sculpture Celebration, which attracts artists from all over the country.  

Caring Community         
Lenoir is both friendly and caring. But don’t just take our word for it. This all-American city has been recognized as one of the friendliest communities in western North Carolina and one of the most progressive in finding new ways to deliver health care services to its residents.  

Educational & Cultural Opportunity    
Educational prospects and cultural offerings abound in Lenoir, with courses, performances, and athletic events on the schedule at Broyhill Civic Center, Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, and nearby Appalachian State University.

Now that we’ve piqued your interest and got you dreaming about your own retirement paradise, it’s time to explore your opportunities for mountain living in the foothills of the Blue Ridge. When you’re ready to make a move, be sure to start at The Coves Mountain River Club. As the name suggests, this spectacular community offers both mountain and river views – a rare find!

Located between Asheville and Charlotte and just minutes from three quaint mountain towns –  Morganton, Hickory, and Blowing Rock –  The Coves is the best-designed gated mountain and river community in Lenoir, NC. It’s nestled along the Johns River at Wilson Creek and comprises 3,600 acres of beautiful North Carolina riverfront property.

Our dynamic easy-living development is fully loaded with amenities, including 39 miles of hiking and biking trails, a fully staffed equestrian center that sits amid gorgeously groomed pastures, an abundant community garden and vibrant vineyard, and a stunning two-story mountaintop neighborhood lodge with spectacular 360-degree views, a saltwater infinity-view swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a spacious wrap-around porch adorned with relaxing rocking chairs, perfect for romantic nights under the stars or memory-making moments with neighbors and friends. 

At The Coves, you get to choose from among a variety of home sites, including the cozy quarter-acre cottage site, the one-acre site perfect for NC mountain cabins, and a full menu of traditional home sites that range in size from one to three acres and offer a choice of long-range views, river frontage property, and private wooded estates. If you’re looking for something bigger, the Estates home sites at The Coves range in size from five to 25 acres and offer wide scenic views, river frontage, or expansive equestrian parcels. 

Floor plans are open and breezy and include such features as a spacious master suite, generously sized guest bedrooms, dramatic kitchen, full veranda, and expansive great room that boasts vaulted ceilings with exposed timber trusses. Our skilled builders incorporate natural materials –  wood, stone, and glass – to create that perfect rustic American mountain home. These home designs are truly breathtaking. 

So there you have it. The perfect path to finding the retirement home of your dreams. You started down this path looking for the best retirement places in North Carolina for retirees. You found the City of Lenoir at the top of the list … and now you’ve discovered you can enjoy that rare combination of mountain and river living at The Coves Mountain River Club where your ideal home awaits. All that’s left to do now is come on out to The Coves to see this remarkable community for yourself. 

Call us directly at 828.754.0700 to schedule a tour.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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Yoga Classes – Health and Wellbeing at The Coves

Fitness Classes at The Coves

Body like a mountain.

Heart like an ocean.

Mind like the sky.

Yoga lovers the world over use this verse in meditation. It calms the mind by evoking beautiful images of mountains, water, and sky. If you’re a yoga devotee, your studio probably dims the lights and plays recorded sounds to replicate a natural environment. Your yoga teacher may prompt you to close your eyes and picture soft blue skies as you listen to recorded sounds of birds or breezes, or rain trickling down a mountainside. 

Now imagine taking your yoga outdoors into a blissful setting like the Blue Ridge Mountains where nature is your studio. Where blue skies and calm waters sooth minds and lift spirits. Imagine greeting each morning with sun salutations as dawn breaks over Grandfather Mountain, lighting up sapphire skies, bringing your body, heart, and mind into harmony with nature. Imagine aligning your vinyasa flow with the natural flow of the Johns River cascading down the mountain toward Wilson Creek, while a family of Carolina chickadees sing softly from a nearby beech tree.

You can imagine it, or you can live it – at The Coves Mountain River Club in Lenoir, NC, where residents take their downward dog to new heights! Yoga classes are offered every Monday at 9:30 a.m. by Jenny Beane at our Pisgah Mountain Lodge in the center of this beautifully designed community of North Carolina mountain properties. Keane has 200 Hrs E­ RYT with Yoga Alliance, is Thai Yoga Bodywork certified, Pilates Matwork certified, Master Trainer with Athletic and Fitness Association of America. She has amassed over 1000 teaching hours since 2010 when she completed her 240 hour Yoga Teacher Training at Neighborhood Yoga in Boone, NC.  

Folks who know us know we provide an oasis of mountain living in the foothills of the Blue Ridge. It’s a favorite among Baby Boomers and retirees looking for mountain homes North Carolina. And the abundance of outdoor activities at The Coves – including hiking, fishing, gardening, and yoga – are just a few of the reasons why. 

There’s no shortage of Lenoir NC events related to health and fitness. And yoga is a favorite among many of our Boomers. More than 24 million people currently practice yoga in the United States, and 78% say they took their first yoga class to work on their flexibility. It’s no surprise then that Baby Boomers are the fastest growing group of yoga devotees.

That’s why The Coves Mountain River Club is bending over backwards to make sure yoga lovers in the neighborhood are able to get all of the health advantages, energy boosts, and mind-body benefits that come with the yoga lifestyle. Not only does The Coves offer transcendent views for a one-of-a-kind, one-with-nature yoga experience, this community maintains state-of-the-art fitness amenities, including a fully loaded workout room, outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, and 39 miles of hiking, biking and horse trails all within the gates of The Coves and mountain homes North Carolina.

No matter which beautiful corner of the neighborhood you’re coming from, you’ll get a nice pre-yoga (or pre-workout) cardio warm-up on your way up to the lodge. The hike to the clubhouse is both invigorating and challenging, with elevations ranging from 1,000 to 1,700 feet. As you make your way up the paved roads, you’ll enjoy every second of the spectacular views.

Up here the air is clean and crisp. Feel it flow through you as you prepare to practice your pranayama breathing exercises when you reach your yoga mat and begin those sun salutations and forward bends. We won’t blame you if you want to end your session in mountain pose (What’s more fitting?) before slipping into the cool waters of the waiting swimming pool, and ending your morning with sweet iced tea on the wrap-around porch of Pisgah Mountain Lodge.

At The Coves Mountain River Club, Mondays are for yoga. But there’s a full schedule of year-round health and wellness activities for residents to enjoy. It’s what makes The Coves so attractive to retirees looking for the highest quality of life and Lenoir NC events. Features of our fitness center include expansive windows facing the mountains with cardio and weight equipment, locker room, showers, and fitness class area. 

There are many North Carolina mountain properties to choose from when planning a retirement, but folks are choosing The Coves for year round living. It’s where they find that perfect mountain home in a community that puts stock in healthy living and offers a variety of indoor and outdoor fitness activities in a peaceful, relaxing mountain setting. Come on out to The Coves Mountain River Club and see what we mean. Namaste.

Call us at 828.754.0700 to schedule your visit. If you come early on Monday, why not take a class with Jenny Beane.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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Caldwell Heritage Museum – Priceless Lenoir Legacy

Lenoir NC events and historyCaldwell County has a rich history that dates all the way back to pre-colonial days.  Since 1991, its documents and artifacts have been carefully preserved for study and appreciation by generations to come at the fascinating Caldwell Heritage Museum in Lenoir, one of the best mountain towns in the foothills.

And there’s quite a story to be told there – one that begins with Native American arrowheads and spears, continues with an extensive collection of early land grants, deeds and maps and takes the visitor along as Lenoir is established as the county seat and develops over the years into a railroad terminus and a center of furniture manufacturing.

Nearly two dozen permanent displays focus upon the following areas of interest:

  • Native Americans (pre-1763)
  • Pioneer/Revolutionary (1763-1841)
  • Formation of the County (1841-1861)
  • Civil War (1861-1865)
  • County Progresses (1865-1900)
  • The Fire Department (1877)
  • The Railroad (1884)
  • Furniture Industry (1889)
  • The 20th Century (1900-1950)

Many of the exhibits are set aside in special areas, such as Caldwell County Music, Early American Room, Military Room, Tools Room, Caldwell County Schools, Medical Room, Toys And Games, Clothing, and Reading Room.  Local retirees, hobbyists and collectors especially enjoy the special collections of loaned items that are on display for short periods of time each year.

Like other North Carolina mountain communities, Lenoir drew settlers who were attracted to its remarkable scenery, climate and abundant natural resources – things that make owning Caldwell County real estate such a wonderful family legacy, even today.  One can only imagine the reactions of those who first encountered the breathtaking beauty of the foothills and decided to take up residence.  Many Lenoir NC events are tied to the culture and traditions of this very special area.

Lenoir residents with interest or expertise in certain subjects find the Caldwell Heritage Museum ready to let them share their knowledge or learn more from others at the varied and very informative “Coffee With The Curator” talks each month.  Anyone can facilitate a program, and ideas are always welcome.  Subjects for discussion in 2016 include:

  • Caldwell County Radio
  • There Must Be Something In The Water
  • Fort Defiance
  • Little Known Evidence About Frankie Silver
  • Tom Dooley – Wilkes County Legend
  • Celebrating The U. S. Constitution
  • Before They Were Heroes At Kings Mountain

The museum is an especially good resource for teachers who want their students to gain an in-depth knowledge of Caldwell County history.  It’s supported by private donations and governed by a Board of Directors elected by the Caldwell County Historical Society.

Caldwell Heritage Museum

112 Vaiden Street, Lenoir, NC 28645

(828) 758-4004

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday: 10:00am – 4:30pm

Wednesday: 10:00am – 4:30pm

Thursday: 10:00am – 4:30pm

Friday: 10:00am – 4:30pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Sunday and Monday: Closed 

Other times are available by appointment. 

Thanks to resources like the Caldwell Heritage Museum, North Carolina mountain communities continue to be an attractive destination for people who want to retire and stay active in both mind and body.  There’s always something new here to learn, do or experience.  Just look at a Lenoir, North Carolina, events calendar and you’ll see what we mean.

The beauty of owning Caldwell County real estate is that there are four distinct seasons in the foothills, all of them perfect for beautiful outdoor living.  Sheltered by the Blue Ridge and Brushy Mountains, Lenoir sits in a valley where there’s no major snow, wind or oppressive summer heat.

So many people have already discovered the benefits of living at Lenoir’s most respected mountain community – The Coves Mountain River Club.  Activities on the Johns River and other recreation facilities can be enjoyed year-round.   For snow skiers or summer mountain bikers, Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountains and Blowing Rock are less than an hour away.  The Coves Mountain River Club is not far from the high-quality health care, reliable shopping and festivals that are part of a good life.

With our attractive low prices on homesites, river frontage property for sale and estate land parcels, plus the easy access to great fishing, hiking, swimming, horseback riding and other activities, we know The Coves is truly the best of all possible worlds when it comes to an ideal retirement lifestyle in Western North Carolina.

When you’re in the area, why not set aside some time to visit The Coves Mountain River Club? We’re confident you’ll be so glad you did.

Call us directly at 828.754.0700 to schedule a tour.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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Lifelong Learning Courses at Catawba Valley College in Hickory

Lifelong Learning Classes NCFor many people who are evaluating the best retirement places in North Carolina, one of the factors affecting their final decision is the availability of adult education classes.  They’re aware that the key to maintaining a sharp mind well into their golden years is regular mental stimulation, much as exercise works to maintain the body’s flexibility, and continuing education after retirement affords them the time and opportunity to pursue existing interests and develop new ones.  When you can study what you want to instead of what’s required, going to school is a lot more fun.  And, it’s a great way to develop friendships with like-minded people.

North Carolina mountain property owners find that Catawba Valley Community College (CVCC) in Hickory offers adults an exciting array of classes, whether they’re seeking specific occupation-related training or just the fun of learning something new.  Options range from basic reading and writing courses to specific vocational and technical training to personal enrichment through cultural studies.  In total, there are more than 100 different programs.  For senior citizens, attending Catawba Valley Community College has the added benefit of providing interaction with young people, which has proven to be another way to stay engaged and mentally active.

The Catawba Valley Community College experience isn’t confined to the classroom. There’s a lot to be said for the excitement of local sports, and many retiree students whose North Carolina mountain homes present a wealth of other activity choices also find themselves becoming ardent fans of CVCC’s competitive women’s volleyball and men’s basketball teams.

Veterans who want to use their education benefits can get assistance at the CVCC Student Services office, where there’s information regarding the application process and which programs of study are approved by the VA.

Here are some examples of offerings in the computer field.  Each one costs $75. 

  • Intro to the Personal Computer & Windows:  Learn how your computer operates. Practice hands-on exercises and explore word processing, database management and spreadsheet software. No previous knowledge of computers is required, but keyboarding skills are necessary.
  • Microsoft Word Level I:  Learn to create, save, and edit text, set tabs and margins, block and move text, format documents, use templates and fonts in this exciting word processing program.
  • Microsoft Word Level II:  If you’re already familiar with Word, this class offers more complex features, such as using multiple Windows, section formatting, print merge and more.
  • Excel Level I:  Students will focus on the toolbar and learn how to create, edit, save, format and print spreadsheets. A working knowledge of Windows is required.
  • Excel Level II:  If you’re already familiar with Excel and would like to learn advanced features such as sorting and querying data, cell and file protection and macros, you’ll benefit from this course.    
  • Photoshop Basics:  If you want to work with graphics, Photoshop is the program you need to master. Learn tools, layering, retouching, and image manipulations in this course, using an instructor guided tutorial.
  • Photoshop Intermediate:  Take your Photoshop skills to the next level. Learn how to use adjustment layers, layer styles, vector shapes and alpha channels to create images that can be infinitely edited without any loss of quality.

Art-related courses include:

  • Art Media of Your Choice:  Learn basic drawing and a variety of painting techniques including brush strokes, color combinations, and composition. Individual creativity and expression will be encouraged throughout this class ,which is designed for both the beginner and experienced artists.  ($50)
  • Oil and Acrylic Painting:  The artist will be exploring various techniques using either oil or acrylic paint (artist choice). This class is for the beginner and the experienced artist. Emphasis will be placed on improving painting skills, brush control, color mixing, composition, and the use of various surfaces. Cost efficiency will also be discussed. Individual creativity and expression will be encouraged.  ($55)
  • Watercolors Techniques:  This class is geared for students with watercolor experience or the beginner. This class is designed to help you take your paintings to the next level. Students will explore painting concepts and learn to incorporate more detail into their paintings. Individual creativity and expression will be encouraged throughout the course. A supply list will be available prior to the class.  ($55)

Residents can be free from the stresses of the big city in their North Carolina mountain homes and still take advantage of all that a quality learning institution has to offer.  The above is just a partial list of the many courses being taught at CVCC.  

It’s easy access to resources such as Catawba Valley Community College that makes the towns in this area the best retirement places in North Carolina.  And there’s no better choice for North Carolina mountain property than The Coves Mountain River Club in Lenoir.  Located only 28 minutes southeast of Hickory and CVCC, Lenoir is also just a short drive from the mountain village of Blowing Rock, Pisgah National Forest and Wilson Creek Gorge, a federally-designated wild and scenic river.

With its cozy custom-built homes, cottages, or home sites and estate properties of all types, The Coves Mountain River Club has welcomed many buyers looking for the ideal retirement destination.  When you’re in the Lenoir area, be sure to stop by, enjoy a free glass of wine at sunset and imagine yourself waking up each day in the midst of some of nature’s most magnificent scenery. 

Call us directly at 828.754.0700 to schedule a tour.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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Smokin’ Hot Fun at Hickory Motorcar Speedway and More

Lenoir Cruise Ins

Over the last six decades, Hickory Motor Speedway has become one of the most enviable racing venues in North Carolina. Located in Hickory, the speedway features a short track of about 0.363 miles with 9,600 sitting capacity and 3,600 lawn seats. Since inception, the asphalt shaped track has seen numerous adjustments on its original size to different suite users. The iconic track is considered the incubation of the NASCAR stars, and hence the most popular of its kind.

THE HISTORY

Other than being one of the most hyped North Carolina Speedway, the track remains one of the oldest. The first speedway was established in 1951 and measured approximately 0.5-miles. The first driver to win the first race was Gwyn Staley, who later became the track’s champion. Other drivers that dominated the first races include Ned Jarret, Ralph Earnhardt, and Junior Johnson among others. Other than hosting NASCAR tracks North Carolina the speedway has hosted other races as well.

The NASCAR Grand National Series visited the venue for the first time in 1953 when Tim Flock won the race making it a regular part of the National series.

Since 1951, the speedway has had three major reconfigurations. The first occurred in 1955 that shortened the North Carolina Speedway from 0.5 miles to 0.4 miles, and to its present length in 1970. After the 1971 grand series, the speedway fell off the hosting schedule as Reynolds started sponsoring the races and eventually dropped all under 250 miles.  

Nonetheless, the venue continued hosting the famous NASCAR Late Model Sportsman Series before it was changed to Budweiser Late Model series in 1982.

While the track played a prominent role in hosting the first seasons, other tracks started hosting the Bush Grand National Series contests, reducing the number of races in Hickory to two every year. By 1998, the Busch Grand series started adding more races to at the Winston tracks and later dropped Hickory Motor Speedway from the series. Nevertheless, the track is still home to the NASCAR club racing, the Cars Tour, and the Whelen all-American Series.

MONTHLY LENOIR CRUISE INS

Other than attending races at the NASCAR tracks North Carolina, one cannot miss the fun that comes with Lenoir Cruise Ins. For the fast car enthusiasts, the June 4 and July 2, 2016, events bring more than just a race. Held every first Saturday of the month from April to October, the event offers a myriad of activities for children, parents and the elderly. From drawings for children, drivers of the cruise in cars, music for the old and charity contributions, you cannot miss a suitable activity for your family. And the best of all, all the funds through the sale of T-shirts and 50/50 Tickets goes towards the charity initiatives. Participants need to bring their most valued classic cars, motorcycles, and hot rods to join the monthly Lenoir Cruise Ins NC.

ANNUAL SUMMER EVENTS

With numerous events going down in the summer of 2016, you may be spoilt for choice on the ones you need to attend. For this reason, one needs to check the calendar and check the ones that best suits your schedule before planning. If you are looking forward to a summer full of fun, you may consider participating in the following events:

  • The Knights of Destruction – July 23, 2016
  • Sam’s Club Night at the Races  – July 30, 2016
  • August 6, 2016 Lenoir Cruise In
  • September 3, 2016 Lenoir Cruise In
  • October 2, 2016 Lenoir Cruise In
LIVING CLOSE TO RACING TRACKS

Imagine living in a leafy suburb where you can access most of these events rather quickly? The Coves Mountain River Club is the place and is more than a neighborhood. It’s a community of friends who appreciate the grandeur of its location. Here families play together and care for one another in the good old fashioned way. If you’ve wanted a sense of belonging, you will find it and more at The Coves.

Call us directly at 828.754.0700 to schedule a tour.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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Luna Cycles – Top Mountain Bike Shop in the Foothills NC

mountain bike trails

Shawn and Jeff didn’t want a bike store.  It needed to be much, much more than that. They knew it should be a place where cyclists at all levels of experience would feel at home…where they could meet others like themselves and learn from and share knowledge with one another.

And so Luna Cycles was born, in Lenoir…one of the picturesque mountain towns in North Carolina.

Luna Cycles is a bike shop – a labor of love established by Shawn Moore and Jeff Welch, who have more than twenty years of experience both as riders and working in the business.  People come from all over to enjoy the mountain bike trails in North Carolina, and sooner or later most of them end up becoming loyal customers of Luna Cycles.  It’s the expertise, the attention to detail and most of all the owner’s dedication to flawless personal service that have given the shop its rock-solid reputation.

When you’re in the area looking at NC mountain cabins for sale, you may be surprised to find a full-service bike shop that’s totally prepared to fulfill any requirements you and your family may have.  Cycling is hugely popular in this part of the state, with organized events for various skill levels and foothills NC terrain that’s perfect for setting up challenging courses.

Luna Cycles is ready to help you have the best possible experience, whether you’re competing, cycling to work or just enjoying a leisurely ride on a local road, greenway or trail.  Mountain towns in North Carolina, with their magnificent natural splendor, clean fresh air and full calendar of local events, are ideal for bike riding all year round, especially in the foothills. 

One of the more famous mountain bike trails in North Carolina is located right in the heart of Lenoir.  Zacks Fork Mountain Bike Trail is three miles long and the first purpose-built surface trail for mountain bikes in Caldwell County.  And you don’t have to be an expert to take advantage of its fantastic flow, 250-foot elevation change and excellent variety of berms and switchbacks.  The Lenoir Greenway provides direct access to the Zacks Fork Mountain Bike Trail.

There are scheduled group and competitive cycling events throughout the year.  “Cycle To Serve”, in May, is an annual ride to promote health and wellness and raise funds for the Lenoir Rotary Club.  Participants can choose from three different courses, all of which end downtown.  The month of April brings both the Collettsville Road Race and the Downtown North Wilkesboro Criterium, each of which accept entrants at nine or ten levels of expertise.  And Luna Cycles organizes their own “Tuesday Night World Championships” and “Thirsty Thursday” group road rides.

On your next trip to the foothills NC, stop by and get to know the professionals at Lenoir’s headquarters for anything and everything related to cycling:

  • Sales
  • Service, including
  • Tune-up (truing wheels, adjusting all bearing surfaces, adjusting brakes and derailleurs) 
  • Drivetrain cleaning (removal and cleaning of cassette, chain and chainrings) 
  • Pro Tune-up (a tune-up plus replacement of all cables and housing)  
  • Complete overhaul ( disassemble to frame only, all parts cleaned, re-lubed and reassembled) 
  • Parts
  • Accessories
  • Expert Advice

Luna Cycles bike shop is located at 110 Church Street NW in Lenoir.  Call (828) 759-1990 for more information.  They’re open Monday through Friday from Noon to six and Saturdays from Noon to four.

Anyone who’s visiting Lenoir interested in NC mountain cabins for sale won’t want to miss touring The Coves Mountain River Club, where the homes are both remarkable in beauty and conveniently located near the community’s amenities.  Our gated mountain community, with custom-built houses, cottages, home sites and river frontage properties are surrounded by some of nature’s most breathtaking scenery.  Our property owners enjoy easy access to the fishing, hiking, swimming, horseback riding and other outside activities that make living in this part of the state so wonderful.

More and more people are finding the small-town ambience of Western North Carolina mountain communities to be an attractive alternative to the hurried-up pace they’re used to in larger cities.  And the towns’ unspoiled natural surroundings and breathtaking views are a great incentive for those who want to maintain and improve their health and physical fitness. 

Call us directly at 828.754.0700 to schedule a tour.

If you’re exploring the area for the first time, ask for our 84-page complimentary Western North Carolina Visitor’s Guide, which gives you more information about living in the foothills of North Carolina.

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