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Interbike to Organize Trail Service Project Ahead of Fall Cyclofest at USNWC

Interbike is presenting the first ever Fall Cyclofest in Charlotte, NC at the US National Whitewater Center (USNWC) October 20-23, 2016. The first two days of the event are open to industry folks while the last two days will be open to the public with demos, group rides, races, and live music.

Organizers are working with the Tarheel Trailblazers to host a volunteer work day at the trails on October 19, the day before the event opens. The plan is to clear brush, cut trees, and potentially build new trail. As an incentive for getting involved, the first 100 volunteers will receive a t-shirt and a beer afterward at the “Pump House Biergarten.”

date:  Aug 19, 2016 comments:  0
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Guilford commissioners barely approve mountain biking at Rich Fork

The Rich Fork Preserve in High Point is one step closer to allowing mountain biking. During a special work session Thursday, the Guilford County Board of Commissioners voted 5-4 to approve an overall concept for the property that includes hiking and biking trails. The commissioners directed county staff to hire a firm to propose designs […]

date:  Aug 06, 2016 comments:  0
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Cyclofest 2016

About the Festival Fall CycloFest is the ultimate cycling festival for both bicycle retailers and consumers seeking to learn, ride and experience the latest innovations in the bicycle industry. This four-day event takes place at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, NC, and is split to include 2 private access days for bicycle retailers, […]

date:  Jul 31, 2016 comments:  0
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Share the Road

Why did the bicycle fall over?  It was two-tired.  Horrible jokes aside, bicycles are a common sight on the roads of North Carolina, and, as bike lanes become more prevalent, their numbers will only increase.  Appropriately, the North Carolina General Assembly has just made some important changes to laws concerning cyclist safety. Starting December 1, […]

date:  Jul 31, 2016 comments:  0
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