Here’s the deal.  If you call for help during the ride, my very first question will be, “Do you have the Raven Rock Ramble app installed?”  If you do, your life and mine will be much easier, because you can send me your location with the touch of a button and I can forward that to a sag driver.  But the new, fully-rewritten Raven Rock Ramble app does MUCH more than that. So much so that I’ve created several short videos (below) to demo all the function. The app leverages function from RideWithGPS and Epic Ride Weather, and there’s a video that describes that as well.


Install the app through the Apple App Store or Google Play – just search on “Raven Rock Ramble”. The app is free, and there are no advertisements or in-app purchases.


Raven Rock Ramble app demo (4:27)

Raven Rock Ramble app related apps (2:02)

Raven Rock Ramble app for volunteers (2:30)

Your action

Please(!) install the app and watch the demo video prior to the ride. It will only take a few minutes and will make the Raven Rock Ramble easier, safer, and more fun.


David Cole, director
Raven Rock Ramble
“Promoting awareness of organ donation and benefiting the UNC Kidney Center for direct patient services”

p.s. If you have the old Raven Rock Ramble app installed, you should uninstall it, as it’s no longer current.

Adopted in May 2016, the BikeRaleigh Plan builds upon the work completed since the 2009 Bicycle Plan. It provides a framework for the City of Raleigh to improve safety and comfort for bicycling in the next five to ten years.

Join us as Mr. Trung Vo, Bicycle & Pedestrian Program Manager for the City of Raleigh, as he describes the multitude of cycling events and good works happening in the ‘City of Spokes’.  Raleigh’s cycling culture has expanding rapidly along with the growth of the city, and you will be amazed at the breadth and extent of its programming.

About Trung Vo:  Trung Vo is the Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager for the City of Raleigh and does everything he can to make bicycling and walking safe, comfortable, and convenient forms of transportation and recreation. His work as a licensed engineer and certified planner includes planning and designing bikeways and walkways, education and outreach, and the implementation of Raleigh’s newest transportation option: bikeshare. Trung bikes to work every day and frequently rides for fun with his wife and one-year old son.

Please Note Our Dinner Location!  

Our meetings are held at the Hickory Tavern, located in the Parkside Town Common,1156 Parkside Main in Cary.  (Click here for directions.)  Please note that we meet at 6:00 to eat, and the meeting will start around 7:00NCBC meetings are open to the public.