Trail Prom 2018
Aug 18 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Trail Prom 2018 @ American Legion Hall | Blowing Rock | North Carolina | United States

The 3rd Annual “Trail Prom” will be August 18 at the American Legion Hall in Blowing Rock. Doors will open at 6pm. This event is a fundraiser for trails. All proceeds from the Trail Prom will fund new trail construction or other maintenance projects.

Additional Details:

Admission. Cover charge for the event is $15 for members of the Alliance. Memberships will be available on-site. Admission for non-members will be $25 per person. CLICK HERE for advance Admission purchase.

Attire. Old school prom or funny attire is encouraged! The theme this year is “Enchanted Forest” so you can get more inspiration from that or tune to social media for some ideas!

Beer. Provided by Blowing Rock Brewing Company.

Raffle. We will have a ton of prizes to raffle for $5 a pop. We will also be selling raffle tickets for a new Santa Cruz or Juliana.

Music. Groovy tunes will be spinning all night.

Food. The food truck from The Cardinal will be outside with a variety of other delicious eats for purchase (cash only).  Essie & Olive Pop Co. will also be on hand with some tasty treats.

Other stuff you get for attending. First drink is on us, and you’ll get a commemorative pint glass to boot. Plus it will be a really fun night out!

Advance PurchaseCLICK HERE to pre-pay for the event cover charge as well as buy some raffle tickets.

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Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day
Oct 6 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day @ Lake James State Park MTB Trails | Nebo | North Carolina | United States

IMBA Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day will be celebrated on October 6th at 1 pm, location TBD. Join the Alliance for a fun morning of riding dedicated to the kids!

TKMBD is an annual celebration held officially on the first Saturday of October. The event, developed and coordinated by IMBA, strives to encourage communities around the world to join together and ride mountain bikes with youth. Over the years we’ve had tens of thousands of kids participate from across the globe, including: Italy, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Malaysia, and Mexico. Informal or formal, one child or 100 children, TKMBD celebrates the joy of riding in the dirt.

Besides being good, healthy fun, the goal is to develop a connection between kids and the natural world around them. Today’s children are tomorrow’s land managers and politicians — future decision-makers for important matters like recreation and access to public lands. How different might our current access landscape look today if previous generations of policy makers had grown up riding bikes on natural-surface trails?
An adult group ride when the kids’ ride commences (around 3 pm).

To register a kid, or if you are interested in helping with the event (or need more information at all), email the Alliance at