Ride Like A Girl Begintermediate Briar Chapel Skills Ride

Triangle Off Road Cyclists (TORC)
Triangle Off Road Cyclists (TORC)
Public group

Catullo Run

Catullo Run · Pittsboro, NC

How to find us

Park in gravel lot on Catullo Road or along the road nearby (link in ride description). Look for a gray green Toyota Rav4 Adventure.

Location image of event venue


Ladies, let's ride Briar Chapel and work on our skills by sessioning various features on the trail. If you have ridden Carolina North Forest or RTP and are looking for something similar with more rocks, this ride is perfect for you!

Begintermediate means you've been riding singletrack for at least a year and are comfortable riding many features (roots, rocks, berms, etc.) on a trail, though you may walk a few medium/large obstacles. You can ride 8-10 miles of singletrack trail with breaks and are comfortable with shifting gears, braking, tackling most corners, and can climb/descend most moderate hills although really steep sections may not be your favorite.

Please post in comments any particular skills or trail features you'd like to work on during this practice/ride.

Meet time: 9:00am
Ride starts by 9:15am
Ride length: 1.5-2 hours or more depending on group
Ride distance: 8-10 miles
Location: Briar Chapel

What to bring
Your bike in good working order
Hydration (pack or water bottle), recommend 2-3 liters
Snacks, electrolytes/sports drink
Good idea to bring first aid kit, tools, spare tube, gloves
Recommend flat pedals for sessioning rocks
You may also like bug spray

We socialize post-ride in the parking lot and many bring their favorite frosty beverage and a stool/chair. Sometimes we grab lunch at Town Hall or Breakaway.

Trail Information:
NOTE: When Briar Chapel trails are closed, ride is cancelled.
Parking lot: https://goo.gl/maps/EeenFBY9We696h4z9

Please consider joining the TORC chapter of IMBA, 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. IMBA membership will help represent our dirt loving interests in the Triangle: