TORCFest - Triangle Mountain Bike Festival (FREE Admission)
Festival Details:

WE LOVE OFF ROAD CYCLING And we're putting on a fun festival to celebrate at Briar Chapel's Great Meadow Park. It's open to the public, family friendly, and admission is FREE! There's something for everyone, check out details below and keep your eye on this event page for more details.

All Day:
Meet other local riders who are just as passionate about cycling as you are!

Demo the latest bikes from Ghost, Kona, Trek, Ibis, Yeti, Santa Cruz, Juliana, and more! (Bring a valid photo ID, credit card, helmet, and any special pedals to demo).

Meet our volunteer Trail Crew, put your hands on some trail-building tools, and learn about how you can help keep our trails in top shape.

Talk with Local Bike Shop representatives about gear or service questions. Shops confirmed are:
Trek Holly Park, Trek Cary, and Chapel Hill (Trek demos)
REI (Recreational Equipment Inc)
The Clean Machine and Bicycle Chain (Santa Cruz and Juliana demos)
Back Alley Bike Shop (Kona, Salsa, Ibis demos)
The Cycle Surgeon (Yeti demos)

Learn more about other non-profits that are advocating for cycling, outdoors, and conservation. Hear the latest on what's happening with RDU Forest.

Food and beer will be available for purchase onsite. Cousins Maine Lobster food truck is confirmed.
You can also bring your own food and beverages.

What to bring:
Your bike to ride the awesome trails, skills props, and bike park
A helmet if you'll be riding your bike
A chair to hang out in around the festival area
Water, snacks, lunch (food and beer will be available for purchase)
Helmet, ID, credit card, and any special pedals to demo a bike.

Where to park:
There is limited parking around Great Meadow park and this will fill up quickly. Overflow parking is at Margaret B Pollard Middle School

If you or your business are interested in supporting or participating in TORCFest as a vendor, please contact us at [email protected] for more information.


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