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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 are limited to 10 people and 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:8:30am 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…Find out more »
On Saturday, the 2021 Triangle Training Series begins!! Open to all! New to cycling? Been away for a while? Want to get off the greenway and be comfortable in groups on the road? Then the Triangle Training Ride is for you!! Come join us for a social ride to work on: · Bike maintenance and readiness · Riding technique · Paceline etiquette · Increasing endurance and speed · Nutrition and hydration NO DROP system and experienced ride leaders ensure an…Find out more »
This will be a NO DROP ride for beginners and those who just like to ride casually without being dropped.For anyone who may not know what no drop means... it means that no one will be left behind or alone because they can not ride fast enough to keep up. We will start with the beginner trail (less than a mile) and then after riding that we will make a further plan depending on the group.We will stop as often…Find out more »
Unavoidably delayed due to record-setting rain and the COVID pandemic, it’s finally Dirt Jump season at Lake Crabtree. Don’t think you need a dirt jump bike to ride the advanced jumps. You can ride them on a modern dual suspension trail bike, especially if you already ride the jumps at Briar Chapel, San Lee, or any number of unmentionable trails. The lips are relatively mellow and they’re deliberately spaced so you can sneak a pedal in if needed. We’ll start…Find out more »