• Briar Chapel Skills Area Build Day
    • Help build a new feature at the Skills Area We'll be installing a new drop and addressing other projects as time permits. No special skills or experience required. • What to bring Water, sturdy shoes and work gloves. A shovel, if you have one. Other tools will be provided. • Parking You can park off of Falling Springs Drive near the Primrose School and Triangle Visions. Follow the path that starts near the Breakaway Cafe to the bottom of the Skills Area. Bring your bike for a post-work session, weather permitting.

    Briar Chapel

    81 Falling Springs Dr · Chapel Hill, nc

  • Volunteers for Umstead Gravel Grinder
    UGG: Volunteer Call Umstead Gravel Grinder event needs volunteers! Come out and help us on Sunday! All volunteers get lunch free plus UGG t-shirt and you get to help make our races even more awesome. Volunteers needed for: Parking attendants (help direct traffic) 2 people 7-9 AM Registration 2 people 8:30-9:50 AM Meal coordination 1 person 12:00 PM-4 PM (point person to receive the delivery from the caterer, setting up in the kitchen and giving out to racers who show you their bib #s) Timing 2-3 people 9:00-4 pm Help me with tracking racers on each lap Course cleanup 2 people 3:30 PM-4:30 PM General cleanup 1 person 4-5 pm (pick up the signs going into the park, around the timing area, etc) Aid Station volunteers: two shifts 9-1 pm, 1-4 pm

    Umstead State Park Park - Crabtree Creek Entrance

    8801 Glenwood Avenue · Raleigh, NC

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  • Harris Lake Night Ride
    Time: Arrive by 5:45 pm to sign in and sign waiver Ride from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Must exit the park by 8:00 pm. Type of ride: All skills, no drop ride; we will split into groups based on skill/fitness level as necessary. Speed ~5-10 mph and distance between ~6-18 miles depending on group. What to Bring: Mountain bike in good working order Helmet required Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights Water bottle/pack Mini-tool, spare tube, and pump/CO2 recommended Directions and trail info: http://www.trianglemtb.com/harris.php Harris Lake has nice intermediate trails that pose a fun challenge at night. All obstacles do have ride-arounds. Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    Harris Lake County Park

    2112 County Park Drive · New Hill, NC

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  • Lake Crabtree County Park Night Ride
    Time: Arrive by 5:45 pm to sign in and sign waiver. Ride from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Must exit the park by 8:30 pm. Waiver and Sign-In: All riders must sign in with the Ride Host before riding. All riders must complete an annual wavier for night riding (one per year per rider) required by Crabtree. Please complete and bring with you https://files.meetup.com/1437441/TORC%20Waiver%20Form.pdf Type of ride: All skills, no drop ride; we will split into groups based on skill/fitness level as necessary. Speed ~5-10 mph and distance between ~6-18 miles depending on group. What to Bring: • Mountain bike in good working order • Helmet required • Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights • Water bottle/pack • Mini-tool, spare tube, and pump/CO2 recommended Directions and trail info: http://trianglemtb.com/crabtree.php Lake Crabtree County Park singletrack is one of the most popular trails for beginner riders in the Triangle. All obstacles have ride-arounds. Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    Lake Crabtree County Park

    1400 Aviation Parkway · Morrisville, NC

  • Umstead Gravel Night Ride
    Umstead night ride courtesy of Ranger Bill Duke. Bill will have a sign in sheet to keep track of attendance. Park at the Black Creek greenway parking lot and ride up to the Umstead gate. Must have lights and wear a helmet. Ride will start at 6 PM. We have to be out of the park by 8 PM.

    Umstead State Park

    Old Reedy Creek rd. · Morrisville, NC

  • Christmas Eve morning ride at RTP
    I am hosting a ride with my weekday riders group. Most of them are greenway riders but there are a few of us who would rather be on our mountain bikes. Wanted to put the ride on here too for anyone who wants to join us. All skill levels welcome to join. To ensure a safe and enjoyable ride for everyone please bring a helmet, hydration (water bottles/camelbac, etc), snack if you will need one, and tube/tire repair kit. I am a casual group leader... meaning that we will try to hit the trail at 10:00 am, however, I understand things happen. We may end up waiting a few minutes if someone is running late or having an issue. My cell number is[masked]. If you are running a few minutes late please text me to let me know so we can wait on ya.

    NetApp Sand Courts (RTPVL South)

    RTPVL South Sand Courts, 27709 Louis Stephens Drive 35°51'09.5"N 78°53'17.4"W · Morrisville, NC

  • Brumley Forest Night Ride
    Night Rides at Brumley Forest brought to you by Triangle Land Conservancy and Triangle Off Road Cyclists. Join us for an all skills, no drop, night ride* at Brumley Forest Nature Preserve. Time: Arrive by 6:00 pm to sign in and sign waiver Ride from 6:15 pm to 8:00 pm. Must exit the preserve by 8:30 pm. Type of ride: All skills, no drop ride; we will split into groups based on skill/fitness level as necessary. Speed ~5-10 mph and distance between ~6-18 miles depending on group. What to Bring: • Mountain bike in good working order • Helmet required • Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights • Water bottle/pack • Mini-tool, spare tube, and pump/CO2 recommended *Brumley Forest closes at dusk. Night rides are special events organized and managed by TORC in partnership with TLC. Any night riding outside of scheduled TORC events is prohibited. Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    Brumley Forest Nature

    3055 New Hope Church Road · Chapel Hill, NC

  • Forest Ridge Night Ride
    Time: Arrive by 5:45 pm to sign in and sign waiver. Ride from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Must exit the park by 8:30 pm. Electronic gates will allow riders to exit at any time, however riders will not be allowed to enter park after 6:15pm as gates will close. Waiver and Sign-In: All riders must sign in with the Ride Host before riding. Type of ride: All skills, no drop ride; we will split into groups based on skill/fitness level as necessary. Speed ~5-10 mph and distance between ~3-12 miles depending on group. What to Bring: • Mountain bike in good working order • Helmet required • Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights • Water bottle/pack • Mini-tool, spare tube, and pump/CO2 recommended Directions and trail info: http://www.trianglemtb.com/forest_ridge.php Forest Ridge is an extremely beginner friendly trail. It is fast, flowy, flat, and fun. Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    Forest Ridge Park

    2100 Old North Carolina 98 Highway · Wake Forest

  • Harris Lake Night Ride
    Time: Arrive by 5:45 pm to sign in and sign waiver Ride from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Must exit the park by 8:00 pm. Type of ride: All skills, no drop ride; we will split into groups based on skill/fitness level as necessary. Speed ~5-10 mph and distance between ~6-18 miles depending on group. What to Bring: Mountain bike in good working order Helmet required Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights Water bottle/pack Mini-tool, spare tube, and pump/CO2 recommended Directions and trail info: http://www.trianglemtb.com/harris.php Harris Lake has nice intermediate trails that pose a fun challenge at night. All obstacles do have ride-arounds. Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    Harris Lake County Park

    2112 County Park Drive · New Hill, NC

  • Monday Funday Begintermediate Ride at RTP - PENDING VOLUNTEER RIDE HOSTS
    Meet at 6:00pm and ride by 6:15pm Begintermediates: you've been riding about a year, can ride 8-10 miles of single track with a few breaks, and are comfortable non-paved/off road surfaces. Distance: 5-10 miles Time Riding: 1-2 hours What to bring: Your bike in good working order Your helmet Minimum 300 lumen light, recommend 2 lights Water and snacks if you get hungry while riding Gloves, pack, mini-tool, spare tube, pump/CO2, and first aid kit are recommended The terrain at RTP is similar to Lake Crabtree but more challenging. We will do one full loop of the trails (about 5 miles) starting with all left turns. After returning to the parking lot, we will do at least another loop. If you arrive later, we can pick you up in the parking lot for the second loop. RTP Trail Info: http://www.trianglemtb.com/othertrails.php#rtp (http://www.trianglemtb.com/othertrails.php#rtp) After the ride, we'll head to The Glass Jug Beer Lab to enjoy some of their beers at half price! If you kick the keg, you get a prize from their brewery swag bag. 5410 Hwy 55, Suite V Durham, NC 27713 (919)[masked] Join TORC: 92% of our funds go towards building and maintaining local trails. Join or support TORC today: http://torc-nc.org/support-torc/

    NetApp Sand Courts (RTPVL South)

    RTPVL South Sand Courts, 27709 Louis Stephens Drive 35°51'09.5"N 78°53'17.4"W · Morrisville, NC