COVID-19 | Cancelled/Postponed - Rusty Chain Poker Ride/Rusty Chain Kids' Ride
Group Ride Details:

Join us for TORCA's annual start of the year, dust off the Rusty Chain Poker Ride.

Last year, we had over 120 riders participate in this for-fun social ride where you'll meet up with new and old riding buddies, ride at your own pace, and stop at checkpoints through Terrace Mountain to collect cards. At the end of the day, we'll show our cards and compete for the best 5-card poker hand, starting at 5:00 pm at The Skeena, food and prizes to follow.

Registration: 11:00 am at The Skeena on Greig Ave
Ride Time: Any time between 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm |BBQ & prizes take place back at The Skeena @ 5:00 pm
Distance: ~25km of singletrack but you can do as much or as little as you like
Riding Location: Terrace Mountain
Contact: [email protected] for questions

Event Fee: $20* (cash or credit card)
- *Must have an annual TORCA membership to participate in any TORCA events, workshops, clinics, etc. Memberships can be purchased at the event or online at
- Bring some $$ for after-event food and beers!
This event is a non-competitive, fun ride for kids on LaLa Valley & Hey Bear! (Course map coming soon!).

Registration: 9:00 am @ the Spring Creek Parking area
Ride Time: 10am - 12pm
BBQ: 12pm - 1pm
Event Fee: $10 (cash or credit card)

Important notes:
*All kids must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
*Recommended ages: 6 & up.
*The approximate distance of the course is 6km round trip from the parking lot.
*There will still be plenty of time to ride the Poker Ride if you want to do both events.
**Adults can register for the Poker Ride when they register with their kiddos.


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