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TORC Lake Crabtree ALL Skills Ride (Beginner, Intermediate and Others)

TORC Lake Crabtree ALL Skills Ride (Beginner, Intermediate and Others)

Ride leader: Michael McDermott
Directions and trail info: Meet at the parking lot above the Boat Ramps at 05:45 p.m. This is the parking lot nearest the Trailhead for Loop 5 and the Lake Connector Trails. (You will also see the fenced in area with the RTP High School Sailing Sailboats beside the parking lot.) Hit the trails as promptly as possible @ approx. 06:00 p.m.
Go towards RDU airport on I-40 and exit onto Aviation Parkway going south. Lake Crabtree County Park entrance is on the left.
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Lake+Crabtree,+Cary,+NC&aq=0&sll=35.796472,-78.872769&sspn=0.008667,0.013797&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Lake+Crabtree&ll=35.839216,-78.790665&spn=0.001083,0.001725&z=19

Time: 05:45 p.m. (Ride by 06:00 p.m.)

Type of ride: All skills no drop

Speed: 3 - 20 mph

Distance: between 1 - 24 miles

Time spent riding: 1 - 2.5 hours (longer depending on the group)

Difficulty: Lake Crabtree is one of the easiest trails to ride with ride arounds for all obstacles.

Details: No-drop ride for ALL Skill Levels / Riders. We WILL split into groups based on experience / skill level. Lake Crabtree County Park is a great location for rides. Expect easy to slightly moderate elevation changes. All trail obstacles have ride a rounds. Pace will be dependent on the experience and skill levels of the attendees.

You MUST wear a helmet while riding on the trails. Make sure you have plenty of water.

If you love mountain biking and care about the environment, you belong with IMBA. That's because supporting IMBA is the most effective way for you to build, maintain and open the trails you love to ride.

Join those who are passionate enough to support the trails they ride on. Join locally at IMBA-TORC Chapter.
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  • Michael R.

    Cold, but good. I look forward to each week we ride.

    March 27, 2013

  • Heather

    Have to run errands/pack before a trip this weekend. Will miss you guys!

    March 26, 2013

  • david

    serious maybe. broken finger. i rode umstead with it yesterday (right after breaking it), but trails are possibly a safety hazard (and a bit bumpy). We'll see.

    March 24, 2013

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