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Dirt Divas Monthly Meeting

(Date: February 20, 2018)Calendar: Community

Website   Dirt Divas

The Monthly Meeting is held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. The meeting typically begins with a guest speaker and continues with a discussion of upcoming events & club involvement in the mountain biking community. Members and non-members are welcome. If you're not a Dirt Diva, please come to our meetings to see what we are all about. Start your New Year’s Resolution and join us for a year full of fun, new friendships, and a great way to get in shape. You won’t be sorry you came!

The Dirt Divas, which is a non-profit women’s mountain biking club, originated in 2001. The Co-Founders of the Dirt Divas were: Sharon Costner, Laura Smith Williams, Patty Smith, Michelle Goelzer, LuzMa Beasley, Mindi Seaman & Christy DeVorak. The clubs organization started a year earlier with an email list of 50 local women riders and would alternate a mountain bike ride one Tuesday and Booty Loop Ride the next Tuesday. As the club built momentum and split off as the sister club from the Tarheel Trailblazer, it was official the Dirt Divas incorporated and had their first monthly meeting in Jan 2001.

Pump Track Public Meeting

(Date: February 20, 2018 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)Calendar: Community

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Gaston County Parks & Recreation will be holding a public meeting to give residents information and answer questions about the Pump Track which will be constructed at George Poston Park in the summer of 2018. 

This meeting will be held on Tuesday February 20th at 6pm at the Gaston County Visitors Center located at 620 N Main St, Belmont, NC 28012. Bring your questions, ideas, and input! 

For more information call 704-922-2160.


(Date: February 21, 2018)Calendar: Community

Website  Sustain Charlotte

We are excited to introduce our new monthly event series, Grow Smart CLT! These fun events will dive into the multiple sustainability issues that Charlotte faces with our rapid growth. Come network and mingle with like-minded Charlotteans while you learn what you can do to make a difference!

Each month we will choose a different issue and bring in experts to speak on how we can make sure Charlotte grows smartly in that area. The events not only educate, but each will have one clear action item that you can do to make sure Charlotte is on the right path. We will also have fun trivia questions and raffle prizes!

Locations for Grow Smart CLT may vary from month to month. Click the website link above for up to date event details.

Winter Blues Social Bike Ride

(Date: February 21, 2018 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm)Calendar: Community

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Winter Blues got you down? Nothing puts a smile on your face like a 2 wheel adventure. Join us for our monthly social ride. We're going to keep the route tight and head down to Queen Park Social. They are located down in LoSo and have food, beverages and games like Giant Jenga. From there we will head down to Dilworth to visit the recently renovated Bulldog. There is now liquor as well as darts to help keep you entertained. We will return to SouthEnd by 10pm. Please bring your helmet, lights and bike.

Bicycle Advisory Committee

(Date: February 27, 2018)Calendar: Community

Website  BAC

Bicycle Advisory Committee

The Charlotte City Council approved the City/County Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) on Sept. 13, 1999, by virtue of approving the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Bicycle Transportation Plan. The BAC consists of 11 members - six appointed by City Council, two appointed by the County Commission and three appointed by the ​Mayor's office.

BAC terms are staggered with terms being three years. Council and Mayoral appointees must be residents of Charlotte and County appointees must be residents of Mecklenburg County. All must have an interest in bicycling as a form of transportation.

The BAC is an advisory body to City Council. The committee reviews bicycle plans and makes recommendations on implementing the policies and policy strategies. The BAC also recommends appropriate action to the City Council and County Commission on bicycle transportation issues. The monthly BAC meetings are open to the public. Public attendees have the opportunity to address the commitee at the beginning of each meeting. Previous meeting agendas and minutes are available for review on the BAC website. 



Sustain Charlotte's Shifting Gears

(Date: February 28, 2018 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm)Calendar: Community

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Sustain Charlotte's Shifting Gears: A series of public action workshops to propel cycling in Charlotte forward

Are you interested in helping make Charlotte a better city for bicycling? Would you like to learn what the City and others are already doing and work with them to achieve this goal? 

If you answered yes to either of these questions, we invite you to join us for the next Shifting Gears!

On February 28th, with support from the Knight Foundation and, Sustain Charlotte will host the first 2018 Shifting Gears public action workshop to propel cycling in Charlotte forward.  

These workshops are free and open to the public. Whether you are interested in biking but haven’t yet started, a weekend warrior, or a daily bike commuter -- everyone has a part to play in helping realize our City’s new vision for bicycling in Charlotte.

Missed the first two Shifting Gears?  Not a problem!  We will review action items from the first event, assess individual progress, and bring new ideas into the mix!  

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to get more informed, engaged, and make a difference.


When: 6:00 - 7:30 pm with an opportunity to network before and after. 

Where: Classroom 1100 of Central Piedmont Community College's Zeiss Building. 

There are two entrances to the building -- one off Elizabeth Ave., and one in the rear of the building. The bike racks are located in the rear of the building. If you must drive, there is free parking at Parking Deck 1 on 4th Street.

Tarheel Trailblazers Monthly Meeting

(Date: March 1, 2018 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm)Calendar: Community

Website    trailblazersrnd

Monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at Dilworth Neighborhood Grill. Meeting time is 7:30 PM. Come join us as we discuss the future of mountain biking in the Metro-Charlotte region.

The Tarheel Trailblazers Mountain Bike Club was founded in 1990 by a handful of local mountain bike enthusiasts. The Club is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, recognized as tax exempt in October 1997. Over the years the club has grown to over 400, resourceful, energetic and active men and women of all ages. Our volunteers work directly with local land managers, building and assisting in the maintenance of over 110 miles of carefully constructed, sustainable mountain bike trails, in the Metro - Charlotte region. We are the voice of advocacy for mountain bikers and our goal is to build and maintain trails for all mountain bikers to enjoy for generations to come.

Bike LUCK Presented by Charlotte Knights Pre-Registration Party

(Date: March 8, 2018)Calendar: Community

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We're hosting a pre-registration get-together with our friends from Bike LUCK presented by Charlotte Knights and Unknown Brewing! You're invited, of course! Pop in, enjoy a local brew, and even sign on to ride or volunteer at this year's Bike LUCK! 

We'll have food, a silent auction AND a special offer from Bicycle Sport!


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