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TORC Meeting: General Membership and Executive Committee Elections

TORC Meeting: General Membership and Executive Committee Elections


  • Sunday, May 4th, 2014

    1:00 PM

  • Rally Point Sport Grill

    1837 N. Harrison Ave, Cary, NC (map)

  • TORC meeting, Social meeting, fun meeting!! Ride, food, and beer.

    This will be a TORC General Membership meeting and Executive Committee Elections. Committee Chairs and Board Members unable to attend can send their committee reports to [masked] prior to the meeting. Any and all members as well as the general public are encourage to attend. The floor will be open for input from the attendees. Elections will be held for the four elected positions on the Executive Committee:

    • President

    • Vice-President

    • Secretary

    • Treasurer

    Membership Chairs or proxy will be on site to take your membership application\money and answer questions.

    Pre-meeting (all skills) ride will be at Rally Point @ 10am. Ride will range from 1.5hr – 2hr ride. We encourage beginners and above to join us. We will divide up in groups to accommodate all skills and speeds. Anybody is welcome to arrive before the start time to ride longer…. General membership meeting will start at 1pm @ Rally Point. Thank you Drew of Rally Point Pub for hosting the meeting.

    Buffet and Beer!

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TORC RTP Trail (trail maintenance work day following a ride)

**Pre work day ride.

Date: 03/22/2014

Time:  8:30am  Ride RTP for a few laps.

Time: 9:45am  Workday

Meet at RTP Trails parking lot.

The task for this workday will be to armour, with rock, a few muddy areas.  A portion of the trail has already been armoured.  We will be extending that armoured section.

We will be working with rock…gloves would be recommended.  Bring a spade if you have one.  It would be great if anyone has a wheelbarrow they could bring.

I realise that this workday conflicts with a few other events but thought I would see how many volunteers would show up.  The workday will consist initially of harvesting rock from the rock pile and transporting it to the area needing the armouring.  After the rock has been transported we can begin armouring.

The ride and work day is dependent upon the weather of course.  Please check this link ( for updates.

Volunteer Trail Workday at Briar Chapel: Couldn’t have asked for more!

The trail workday at Briar Chapel this past Saturday 12/21/2013 couldn’t have gone better!  We were fortunate to have two trail building companies come out and volunteer their time to finish up the most recent additions to the Briar Chapel trail system.  A huge “thank you” goes out to Elevated Trail Designs for their initiative (laying out and preparing the section we worked on), Stewart from Native Trails and all the fellow mountain biker volunteers for their time and effort and Briar Chapel for making this possible!!!

Post workday food was provided by Briar Chapel and everybody enjoyed awesome brews from Crank Arm Brewing!

The new sections of trail are not yet open for riding.  Hopefully with decent weather in the coming days we will be able to open them for everybody to enjoy.  Stay tuned!

A few pictures from Saturday:

Bright and early!
Trailwork day at BC 12_2013 - 1

Stewart form Native Trails explaining his craft:
Trailwork day at BC 12_2013 - 2

Incorporating rock features into the trail:
Trailwork day at BC 12_2013 - 3

Our youngest volunteer (12 yrs old) handling that Rogue Hoe like a pro:
Trailwork day at BC 12_2013 - 4

Mandatory ‘team’ picture:
Trailwork day at BC 12_2013 - 6