Calendar

Aug
18
Sun
Lake Norman Fondo @ Davidson Town Hall
Aug 18 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

***Event disclaimer; NOT our event, but it’s for a good cause! One day we’ll have something as rad as this with some great support. Meanwhile, we enjoy sharing all the great opportunities out there for YOU!***

Located just 20 miles north of Charlotte, Davidson is a charming college town known throughout the Southeast as a pedestrian, pet and bicycle friendly community. Be sure to enjoy Davidson’s many quaint shops, restaurants, green-ways, bike lanes, and parks in town or one of the 18 breweries, beer and wine shops in the surrounding Lake Norman area. The Village Green will host all event activities and is situated on Main Street in the heart of downtown Davidson across from Davidson College.

The riders are welcomed back into town by the Mayor of Davidson himself playing live music, followed by the RC Oakes Band sponsored by Bike Law. Sit back, relax, enjoy the light food, music, and a post ride beer from Primal Brewery. Post ride raffle prizes from local Lake Norman Businesses will be posted on the announcement board.

Aug
24
Sat
Rad Little Rodeo for Tour De Turns @ Carmel Road Park
Aug 24 @ 9:15 am – 2:30 pm

 

Coming back for round four with our program at the annual Tour De Turns benefiting the Charlotte Loaves & Fishes. The crew will be on hand with our traveling “Rad Little Rodeo”, complete with bridges, a teeter totter, rollers, ramps, bubbles and more!  Refer below to schedule, routes for the road ride/walk, live music, beer garden and raffles. Last year over $55,000 NET was raised to benefit such an awesome outfit helping so many in the Charlotte region, that is Loaves & Fishes.

CYCLING OPTIONS
15, 25, 37 & 62 Mile Road Routes

WALKING ROUTES
2.5 & 4.5 Mile Routes

​Also,
“UNDER the SHADE TREES FESTIVAL”

CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT
​New this year!
CRAFT BEER GARDEN

by Olde Mecklenburg Brewery
LUNCH
by Harris Teeter Catering

LIVE MUSIC
by Natty Boh Duo​
RAFFLE
​PLAYGROUND

PRIMARY MISSION
To raise money for 
Loaves & Fishes, Inc., a 501(c)3

Aug
31
Sat
TREESHAKER MTB Challenge @ Anne Springs Close Greenway- FIELD TRIAL BARN
Aug 31 @ 8:15 am – 4:00 pm

Are you ready for a mountain bike adventure this Labor Day weekend? Challenge your skills at the Treekshaker, a popular longstanding mountain bike challenge on the Anne Springs Close Greenway. Race solo (3 or 6 hours) or duo (6 hours) on flowy Greenway trails (approx 9 mile loop) – all ages welcome. Snacks and drinks available to all.

 

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
7-9am – Registration – packet pickup. Coffee & snacks on site!
8:30am – Pre-race meeting for all participants
8:50am – Riders to the start line for staging
9:00am – Race Start
11:45am – Last lap for 3-hour race
1:30pm – 3-hour Race Award Ceremony
2:30pm – Last lap for 6-hour race
4pm – 6-hour Race Award Ceremony

CATEGORIES 
3 Hour: Solo male, solo female, solo single speed, Solo Masters 40+
6 Hour: Solo male, solo female, solo single speed, solo masters 40+ duo male, duo female & duo coed

PRICING:
3 & 6 Hour Solo
June 1-15: $50
June 15-August 16: $60
August 17-31: $70
Race Day: $75

6 Hour Duo
June 1-15: $100
June 15-16: $120
August 17-31: $140
Race Day: $150

PRACTICE RIDE – Friday, August 30
Come ride the course and practice after 3pm! Please note that the $5 non-Greenway member will apply on this day. This fee does NOT apply on race day.

WEATHER POLICY
Our events run rain or shine unless there is severe weather. While we never want to cancel a race, in situations such as tornado warnings, thunderstorms, heavy and persistent rain etc., we will need to cancel. Should we cancel you will be notified via social media, our website, and email. Should we cancel there will be no refunds as that money has already been put toward the race.

Sep
6
Fri
MERCEDES-BENZ UCI MOUNTAIN BIKE WORLD CUP FINALS @ SNOWSHOE MOUNTAIN RESORT
Sep 6 – Sep 11 all-day

 

Interested in a road trip north for a few bits of awesome. Hang with some of our own industry pals, gals & yea, ride the big bikes? Hit us up, if enough interest, we might just shag a bus…..or two!

It’s all going down September 6 – 8, 2019!

We’re stoked to have you join us here at 4,848’ elevation in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. We’ve got an amazing 11,000 acre mountain playground waiting to take you on a serious adventure.

Trust us when we say, this is the land of never hold back. Where beauty is in the eye of the downhill mountain bike maverick and sheer happiness is found at the end of every scenic hike, village zipline run or decadent 4-course dinner. Throw then Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Finals race onto this already delicious menu and you’ve got a full buffet of awesome!

Sep
13
Fri
Pages ‘n Pedals Tour at the GRIPPED Festival @ Rock Hill BMX Supercross Track
Sep 13 – Sep 14 all-day

 

Stay tuned for specifics, yet stoked to be a part bringing our Pages ‘n Pedals Tour to this epic opportunity. Plus, to be surrounded by some truly rad folk in the family of two wheeled awesomeness just makes it all the while! 

The Gripped Festival Sept. 13-14 will offer carnival rides and inflatables, live music, food trucks, beverages, and a climbing wall. Cycling fun at the festival include a BMX stunt show, bike rodeo, balance bike activities and a vendor fair. Gripped Festival will be held on the Criterium Course next to the Rock Hill BMX Supercross Track, site of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.

Additional race events planned for Sept. 14 are the Carolina Cup (amateur BMX event), the MTB Challenge Race and the Rock Hill Rocks Criterium.

Sep
21
Sat
Pages & Peddles at BIKE Fest Gaston County @ George Poston Park
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

**Event Disclaimer, not our’s yet stoked to be invited for year 3 of this awesome county sponsored program. We’ll be set up as a vendor with free swag & demo’s for the mini-me’s on a small scale Rad Little Rodeo. Hopefully able to pull of free books for the kids as well. Promoting that adventures can be had by bike & book alike. **

Come for food, vendors, music, demo’s, guided trail rides, swag & a most epic pump track challenge! All in conjunction with Red Bull World Championship which will be held on SUNDAY!

Details for the pump track qualifier & time line:

Saturday, Sept 21st Program
9:00 am – 6:00 pm Registration Open
10:00 am – 5:00 pm *Bikefest @ George Poston Park
1:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free Practice (Registered Riders Only)

Legal Age to Participate = 16 years on the date of the event. (Please make sure to bring a valid identification of proof of age).

On-site Registration
You have to show up at the official on-site registration tent during registration hours. If you are older than 16 years of
age, you will only need your ID or passport. Without a valid ID or passport, you will not be permitted to participate. No
one under the age of 16 is allowed to participate. Every participant is required to sign the official disclaimer to
participate.

Entry Fee
The entry fee is $20.00. Please make sure you have registered online to speed up the registration process at the event.
There is no spectator cost. The event is free to all who would like to come out and enjoy the event on Saturday and
Sunday.

 

 

 

Sep
22
Sun
Pages & Peddles at the RED BULL Pump Track World Qualifier @ George Poston Park
Sep 22 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

**Event Disclaimer, not our’s yet stoked to be invited for year 3 of this awesome county sponsored program. We’ll be set up as a vendor with free swag & demo’s for the mini-me’s on a small scale Rad Little Rodeo. Hopefully able to pull of free books for the kids as well. Promoting that adventures can be had by bike & book alike. **

                                  Come for food, vendors, music, demo’s, guided trail rides, swag & our first of-a-kind,                                           the RED BULL Pump Track World Qualifier.

Details for the pump track qualifier & time line:

Sunday, Sept 22nd Program

8:00 am – 12:00 pm Free Practice (Registered Riders Only)

12:15 pm – 12:30 pm Riders Briefing

12:30 pm – 3:00 pm Qualification Run/Seeding Run
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Break
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Knock-out Heats/Final
6:15 pm – 6:30 pm Awards Ceremony

Legal Age to Participate = 16 years on the date of the event. (Please make sure to bring a valid identification of proof of age).

On-site Registration
You have to show up at the official on-site registration tent during registration hours. If you are older than 16 years of
age, you will only need your ID or passport. Without a valid ID or passport, you will not be permitted to participate. No
one under the age of 16 is allowed to participate. Every participant is required to sign the official disclaimer to
participate.

Entry Fee
The entry fee is $20.00. Please make sure you have registered online to speed up the registration process at the event.
There is no spectator cost. The event is free to all who would like to come out and enjoy the event on Saturday and
Sunday.

 

 

 

Oct
5
Sat
Pages & Pedals Tour at Charlotte Kids Fest @ UNC of Charlotte
Oct 5 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Coming back for another community role of fun, CHARLOTTE Kid’s Fest! Best part, it’s all FREE…

Fueled by imagination, creativity, and giggles, the Charlotte Kids Fest will inspire and motivate young minds with professional artistic, creative, playful, and educational experiences. Enjoy the outdoors of UNC Charlotte’s campus with hands-on activities, performers, food trucks, and more!

We’ll be back this year with portions of our “Rad Little Rodeo” and bringing back the “Pages & Pedals Tour” with free books for the kids while supplies last of course. 

 

 

Oct
11
Fri
Rad Little Rodeo at USNWC’s Outdoor Market @ U.S. National Whitewater Center
Oct 11 – Oct 13 all-day

**So, yea obviously not our event, however we’re just stoked to be a part of it all! While our specific details are still being critiqued, we do know that the “Rad Little Rodeo” for kids is coming back!  What is Outdoor Market you ask, 

Outdoor Market offers a unique setting for guests to get hands-on experience with gear from top brands in the outdoor industry. Over three days, this festival offers guests the opportunity to demo bikes, trail running shoes, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, climbing gear and more throughout the 1,300 acre facility at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. During the festival, guests can also participate in group rides, runs and paddles, as well as yoga practices and educational, participatory, and tech clinics. Opportunities to unwind from the festival’s active nature include craft beer, food, and films.

Here’s a peak from our little view last year, except we were not operating the rodeo this time.