Carving New Trails & Giving Back to The Community
At the 1st annual Fall CycloFest Service Project in 2016, volunteers from the local Tarheel Trailblazers group, along with Interbike staff and Fall CycloFest exhibitors spent a few hours getting dirty at the U.S. National Whitewater Center carving new trails for the local community.
Stay tuned for more information on the 2017 Service Project!
What Can You Expect?
Every trail work group is different – some will trim back brush to make sure trails don’t get over grown, some will move rocks and dirt to build a new trail. Some will cut downed trees, or all of the above. Everyone will be given tools to use, and the end result will be a new trail for all to ride – all while giving back to the local community.
What Should I Wear or Bring?
- Long Pants
- Long Sleeves
- Sturdy Boots or Shoes
- Work Gloves (Gardening gloves w/ a good grip work well)
- Protective eyewear with clear lenses,
- Rain jacket
No need to bring your own tools, unless you have a favorite. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Meeting place: North Parking Lot at the USNWC.