Carving New Trails & Giving Back to The Community
Join us on Wednesday, October 18th, from 1-5pm for the 2nd annual Fall CycloFest Service Project, presented by Interbike, PeopleForBikes and the Tarheel Trailblazers. With the local Tarheel Trailblazers group leading the way, volunteers will spend a few hours getting dirty at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, home to more than 30-miles of mountain bike trails used by the local community at no charge every day.
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.