• Carolina North Forest group ride

    Carolina North Forest

    TORC CNF weekly group ride.

    Waiver and covid transmission precautions:
    https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Keep safe distances please! During our initial grouping before the ride, please space out the recommended 6+' and/or wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.

    No drop ride. We will divide up into groups depending on group size and rider ability.

    Meet time: 5:15
    Ride time: 5:30
    Distance: 7-8 and up to 15 miles
    Location: Carolina North Forest Municipal Drive gravel parking area.

    Parking: Meet on the AIRPORT side of CNF. The address given is for the Carolina North Land and Management Office. When GPS says you have reached your destination, keep going past the office onto the dirt road. Parking is to the right about 1/4 mile down the road.
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/35%C2%B056'11.2%22N+79%C2%B003'57.8%22W/@35.936455,-79.0682507,502m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d35.936455!4d-79.0660616

    What to bring:
    Mountain bike in good working order
    Helmet
    Hydration

    About TORC

    Did you know that being part of the TORC Meetup group is not membership in TORC? To become a member simply go to this link http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/ on the TORC website and look for the red button. An individual basic membership is only $39 and you will receive both a membership with TORC and a membership with IMBA. This fee helps to finance trail building and maintenance, and rewards you with discounts on TORC races and at many of the local bike shops. Membership means leverage, so please join us in representing our dirt-loving interests in the triangle.

  • Let’s ride Lake Crabtree. All riders welcome.

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    Hump day, after work MTB ride at Crabtree for all level of riders, focused on progression of skills.
    Meet at Beech Parking lot, second on the right, at 5:15
    5:30 = pedal power!!!
    Ride for a few hours exploring the green and blue lines. Black lines for those ready. Sessions at the pump track or trail features when the stoke moves us!
    Keeping each other safe, while progressing our skills and confidence, is the goal.
    Bring water and a well maintained ride!
    Always ride with appropriate safety gear.

    I drive a Tan Kia Sedona Minivan.

  • Forest Ridge Mountain Bike Trail Group Ride

    Forest Ridge Park

    6:30pm Mountain Bike Group Ride, all levels. Meet at the round about next to the jungle gym at 6:20pm for trail talk and ride at 6:30pm. Ride length depends on light conditions. Look at Trianglemtb.com for trail open/closures for the ride.

    2021 Season waiver: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Please consider joining the TORC, we are a 501c3 org and part of your membership fee goes back to TORC to finance trail maintenance and trail building. You can sign up as an individual basic membership for $39. Membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: https://www.torc-nc.org/join-torc/

  • FRIYAY! Join us at Lake Crabtree for a Social Ride (all skills)

    Lake Crabtree County Park, Boat Ramp Parking Lot

    Lake Crabtree every other Friday after work, depending on trail conditions. Check trianglemtb.com for current trail status

    All skill levels and riders are welcome. Will break into multiple groups based on pace/skill level.

    Meet time: 5:30
    Ride time: 5:45
    Distance: 6-10 miles
    Location: Lake Crabtree County Park

    What to bring:
    Bike in good working order
    Helmet
    Hydration

    We will meet at the Boat Ramp lot inside Lake Crabtree County Park. I’ll be there in my White Suburban.

    2021 Season waiver: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Please consider joining the TORC, we are a 501c3 org and part of your membership fee goes back to TORC to finance trail maintenance and trail building. You can sign up as an individual basic membership for $39. Membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: https://www.torc-nc.org/join-torc/

  • FRIYAY! Join us at Lake Crabtree for a Social Ride (all skills)

    Lake Crabtree County Park, Boat Ramp Parking Lot

    Lake Crabtree every other Friday after work, depending on trail conditions. Check trianglemtb.com for current trail status

    All skill levels and riders are welcome. Will break into multiple groups based on pace/skill level.

    Meet time: 5:45
    Ride time: 6:00
    Distance: 6-10 miles
    Location: Lake Crabtree County Park

    What to bring:
    Bike in good working order
    Helmet
    Hydration

    We will meet at the Boat Ramp lot inside Lake Crabtree County Park. I’ll be there in my White Suburban.

    2021 Season waiver: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Please consider joining the TORC, we are a 501c3 org and part of your membership fee goes back to TORC to finance trail maintenance and trail building. You can sign up as an individual basic membership for $39. Membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: https://www.torc-nc.org/join-torc/

  • UNC OEC Trail Days are back!!

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    Come out and help finish the last few miles of beautiful singletrack at the UNC Outdoor Education Center. Join the crew from Trail Science and hone your trail building skills. After the workday hang out if you can for grilling and beverages (provided). Tools are also provided so just bring yourself, some sturdy work shoes or boots, and some friends!

  • Brumley Forest workday

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    Continued momentum to get additional trail on the ground! The new trail will remove a flow-killing hairpin turn and add around a mile of fresh dirt.

    For safety, we will be maintaining 8-10 feet social distance as per TLC's requirements. DON'T FORGET TO BRING YOUR OWN MASK!

    Trail work starts at:
    9:00am

    Location:

    We'll meet at the maintenance shed on the dirt road off of Hwy 10.

    Duration of work day:
    No more than 3 hours

    Type of work:
    • Corridor clearing
    • Scraping off the topsoil to get down to the mineral soil
    • After getting to the mineral soil, narrowing the work area to a standard trail size.

    Tools:
    Tools will be provided.

    What to bring:
    Sturdy shoes or boots, gloves, appropriate clothing, and water. Oh, and a mask for social distancing!

  • Forest Ridge Mountain Bike Trail Group Ride

    Forest Ridge Park

    6:30pm Mountain Bike Group Ride, all levels. Meet at the round about next to the jungle gym at 6:20pm for trail talk and ride at 6:30pm. Ride length depends on light conditions. Look at Trianglemtb.com for trail open/closures for the ride.

    2021 Season waiver: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Please consider joining the TORC, we are a 501c3 org and part of your membership fee goes back to TORC to finance trail maintenance and trail building. You can sign up as an individual basic membership for $39. Membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: https://www.torc-nc.org/join-torc/

  • UNC OEC Trail Days are back!!

    Location visible to members

    Come out and help finish the last few miles of beautiful singletrack at the UNC Outdoor Education Center. Join the crew from Trail Science and hone your trail building skills. After the workday hang out if you can for grilling and beverages (provided). Tools are also provided so just bring yourself, some sturdy work shoes or boots, and some friends!

  • Forest Ridge Mountain Bike Trail Group Ride

    Forest Ridge Park

    6:30pm Mountain Bike Group Ride, all levels. Meet at the round about next to the jungle gym at 6:20pm for trail talk and ride at 6:30pm. Ride length depends on light conditions. Look at Trianglemtb.com for trail open/closures for the ride.

    2021 Season waiver: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=237615

    Please consider joining the TORC, we are a 501c3 org and part of your membership fee goes back to TORC to finance trail maintenance and trail building. You can sign up as an individual basic membership for $39. Membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: https://www.torc-nc.org/join-torc/