Don't get left behind!

It's been a long year, but things are starting to happen.

Events are popping up on the calendar now, with more to come. Want to be the first to know? Get on our new email list.

    Group Rides

    Riding with Friends is More Fun

    TORC holds local group rides for all different skills levels, with beginner rides being some of our most popular. Come meet new people, learn new skills and trails systems, and have fun with us.

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    Strava Club

    Join Our Club on Strava

    If you use Strava to track your rides, join the TORC Strava Club, and see what other TORC members have been up to. It's a great way to find trails you didn't know existed and friends you haven't met yet.

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    Become a Member

    Join TORC and help support Triangle trails.

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    Triangle Off-Road Cyclists

    Because having more trails means more ways to get active outside.

    Triangle Off-Road Cyclists (TORC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer run organization that supports responsible mountain biking in the Triangle area of North Carolina. We offer group rides, clinics, races, and other events for riders of every skill level. And we partner with land managers and other stakeholders to establish and maintain trails that everyone can enjoy.

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    Consider helping by making a tax deductible donation.

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    Build your own bike stand

    One TORC member Jack Houck created a bike stand built out of PVC for his road and mountain bikes. Check out his design!

    Ride Like a Girl

    Ride Like A Girl is the oldest women's only all skills mountain bike ride in the Triangle. All women are invited to join the fun.

    Harris Lake Group Ride

    There's an all skills fun ride at Harris Lake every Wednesday after work, depending on trail conditions. Check meetup first.

    Brumley Forest Workday

    Triangle Land Conservancy has asked TORC to set up a monthly Brumley Forest workday for trail maintenance.

    Go Bob? or Go Bald?

    Did Natalie Lew cut her hair to a short bob or cut it all off? Your donations will help 2 awesome causes.

    TORCFest 2019

    The annual TORCFest returned to Briar Chapel's Great Meadow Park in 2019. This festival is open to the public, family friendly, and fun.

    Umstead Gravel Grinder

    The Umstead Gravel Grinder ran for a gloriously gravely 5 years but we will not be able to have an event here in the future. Ugg!

    2013 Meltdown at Harris Lake

    The 2013 Meltdown at Harris Lake was an endurance event held on Saturday March 9th. See the results and photos here.