Natty Greene's Southern Sunday Ride

Meet at RallyPoint sport grill at 1837 N. Harrison Ave a few minutes before 2:00.  Ride a group ride for a couple of hours or split off on your own.  We'll make sure to split up into groups and do our best to accomodate everyone.  Finish your ride by 4pm and return to RallyPoint.  At 4:30pm the buffet will be ready.  The buffet is only $1 for riders.  Southern Pale Ale pints for $2.75.

Sponsored by Natty Greene's Brewing

The purpose of these rides is to bring together the mountain biking community.  So ride your bike then come hang out and meet other bikers.

Please let us know your skill level if you have concerns about keeping up or the difficulty of the trail.

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  • Keith A.

    Nice having the opportunity to ride with a good group of peeps and socialize afterwards. Looking forward to participating in this again.

    The Chili worked! Plump On.

    November 26, 2012

  • Cope M.

    My son and I agreed that Drew's was the best chili but all of them were awsome. It was our first Natty Greene ride but it won't be our last. That was super fun!

    November 26, 2012

    • Drew S.

      I agree with everything you said! :)

      November 26, 2012

  • Erik S.

    Great Job on the Chili! Nothing could have been better after the cold-ish ride. Best Chili: I forgot what it was called, back right, traditional style, Drew's?

    November 25, 2012

    • James L.

      Yeah, that was Drew's. I liked all of them. Didn't get to try the Brunswick stew.

      November 25, 2012

  • James L.

    Nice cruising speed today. Great chilis after.

    November 25, 2012

  • Debbie

    Shoot. The comment I just made that was emailed to all of you was supposed to be in the rating. Sorry. Excellent time for sure.

    November 25, 2012

  • Debbie

    I really enjoyed the conversations. My fav chili was Sam's chicken chili, but they were all fantastic! Thank you, Drew!!!

    November 25, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Biking on a chilly day topped off with awesome chili and beer. What could be better.

    November 25, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Do you bike downtown to natty greens and back, or ride umstead trails?

    November 21, 2012

    • Drew S.

      Jeff, this is a good week to join the ride - we are having a chili cook-off between the cooks at RallyPoint, just for the bike club... Be int he parking lot at 1:45...

      November 22, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      thanks Drew, sounds fun, will definitely join if friends bail on our 11am ride

      November 22, 2012

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  • Briar Chapel by Newland Communities

    Briar Chapel allows trails on their land and helps sponsor these trails.

  • RTP Companies

    RTP has allowed and sponsored mtb trails to be built on their property.

  • REI

    REI sponsors TORC with trail grants, merchandise and mtg. locations.

  • Cycling Spoken Here

    Cycling Spoken Here is your community bike shop located in Cary, NC.

  • Performance Bike

    Performance Bike supports TORC through races, events and trail work.

  • Trail Heads

    Trail Heads sponsors the trails program from their nonprofit club\races.

  • RallyPoint Sport Grill

    RallyPoint Sport Grill sponsors our trails program as well as events.

  • Back Alley Bikes

    Back Alley Bikes has and continues to sponsor the trails program.

  • Drees Homes

    Drees Homes has donated funding to the TORC trail building fund.

  • Enlyten

    Enlyten sponsors our trails program and will be available at our races.

  • Frank's Cyclery

    Frank's Cyclery sponsors our Races and the Triangle Fat Tire Festival.

  • Bullseye Bicycle

    Bullseye supports TORC race events, trail work and other events.

  • Crank Arm Brewing

    Crank Arm Brewing sponsors our TORC Endurance Race series.

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