What’s happening in The Alliance
Here’s a quick roundup of recent news from the Alliance.
Chilly mornings and evenings with fall colors in the woods make for some of the best riding in Northwest NC!
This national campaign from IMBA is putting dollars directly toward 68 active, approved mountain bike projects in 31 states.
Fall is just around the corner. Hopefully you are enjoying some great riding in the woods as temperatures start to cool!
Trail Prom 2017 is a wrap! Thanks to Dooley’s, our hosts, as well as all the volunteers & attendees who made it a really special night out.
Alliance members in Lenoir hosted volunteers from Google’s Lenoir data center who helped put some much appreciated labor on the trails at Zacks Fork.
The recent Solstice signals the beginning of summer in Northwest NC and brings long days for more riding! Click to learn more about the Alliance happenings as we head into Summer!
Alliance member and Bell Joy Ride Ambassador Lauren Hutchins leads the program in our area.
Tis the season for some beautiful Northwest NC weather and excellent riding. This newsletter is sent to our members and all contacts we have acquired at events or through IMBA. We hope that you will enjoy these updates and meet us out on the trails!
The Alliance is stoked to announce several new details for the MTB trails at Lake James State Park.
The Southern Classic Mountain Bike Series returned to Kerr Scott on April 9 for the annual Dark Grind and we’ve posted 101 photos of the epicness!
New ambassadors include Alliance member Lauren Hutchins from Boone!
Rescheduled to Saturday, January 28th.
The closure will impact hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians accessing the Woods Mountain Loop.
The Alliance is closing out 2016 with this post, and here are some updates!
The Alliance announces two scheduled Women’s Group Rides that will take place this winter.
Update: LJSP is back open. Check their website for trail conditions.
Join us for our Annual Members Meeting on Thursday November 17 at Howard Brewing Company in Downtown Lenoir.
IMBA developed the “Rules of the Trail” to promote responsible and courteous conduct on shared-use trails.
The Alliance announces the following dates for some trail work