I love to ride. What places in North Carolina is the best place to raise a family and be close to nice trial rides. Thanks in advance.
My wife and I moved from LA to Charlotte ~1.5 yrs. ago. We are so happy that we did. Keep in mind that we never felt like we belonged in LA, what with all the people and traffic and crowding and everything, so, if you're okay with all of that then you might experience some culture shock.Greystreet said:I love to ride. What places in North Carolina is the best place to raise a family and be close to nice trial rides. Thanks in advance.
I guess the best thing is to rent an apratment and check the areas out before I buy a house. Hopefully I get a lot of equity and pay for almost all of the cost of the house so I can ride all day!!!!zod said:So many nice places to live in NC...but it all really depends on how much your job depends on you being near a bigger town. A lot of us live near and around Charlotte or Raleigh only because we have to for work...I think you would have trouble finding any of us that would object to living in the mountains if we could. I'd personally rather live outside of Asheville in the country...maybe out towards Old Fort/Black Mountain or maybe the outskirts of Hendersonville. But I'm an acreage junky....I commute 60 miles to/from Charlotte for work just so I live in the quiet countryside and have my own chunk of land.
he's gotta move close to pisgah, thats the place to be.M-U-M said:Local Yokel $.02:
Establish some communication through bike related groups in the areas you are interested in moving to. I live next to a popular area and most of the for sale/rental houses in my neighborhood never make it to an MLS/classified - they get snatched up pretty quick by word of mouth.