As we travel through downtown Greenville, and on to Travelers Rest, we see a great diversity of bike racks. Bike Walk Greenville challenges you to identify them.
So let’s test the hypothesis that bike racks are under appreciated by having a fun contest of identifying where these bike racks are located. We will award our Bike Walk Greenville “Think Outside The Car” t-shirts to the three contestants who provide the most correct answers. Send your description of where each rack is specifically located to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 6:00 PM on Friday 30 September 2016. Please provide your name and address as well as desired T-shirt size (S, M, L, or XL) .
The rack numbers are below each photo. Here is a hint- We can tell you that of these 14 photos, 7 were taken within the city limits of Greenville, 6 were taken in the city limits of Travelers Rest, and one is in Greenville County, but not within city limits.
Rack Number 1
Rack Number 2
Rack Number 3
Rack Number 4
Rack Number 5
Rack Number 6
Rack Number 7
Rack Number 8
Rack Number 9
Rack Number 10 (Tree Number One!)
Rack Number 11
Rack Number 12
Rack Number 13
Rack Number 14
Will anybody correctly identify all 14 racks?
Look for the results and our three winners in a new post on Saturday 1 October 2016.
New hints added 25 September:
- The tree is located in front of a building at Furman…which building?
- Rack Number 1 and Rack Number 8 are at “Bicycle Friendly Businesses” as awarded by the Bike League
- Two of the bike shaped racks are very close to each other- within 1/10 of a mile
- Rack Number 5 is in front of a major accounting firm
Final Hints added 28 September:
In alphabetic order here are the locations, now all you need to do is match the numbers:
Carolina Triathlon- S. Main Street
Elliott Davis Decosimo – E. Broad Street
Erwin Penland – E. Broad Street
Falls Park- E. Camperdown Way
Furman University -Herring Center for Continuing Education
Furman University- South Housing
Leopard Forrest Coffeehouse- Travelers Rest
Main Post Office- W. Washington Street
Publix Supermarket- McBee Station
Shortfields Restaurant- Travelers Rest
Swamp Rabbit Brewery and Taproom – Travelers Rest
Swamp Rabbit Café- on SRT
Tandem Creperie and Coffeehouse-Travelers Rest
TTR Bikes – Hudson Street