Each year TORCA hosts a fundraiser to raise money to build and maintain mountain bike trails in the Tri-Cities. Money raised also helps TORCA purchase tools, supplies, food, signage, host workshops and much more! TORCA’s 7th annual fundraiser is happening on Sunday, May 27th, and you need to be there.

Here are five reasons why:

1. Support Your Local Trails

Here’s the deal, building and maintaining trails costs money. And as we get more authorization to build new trails we need money to do it.

Fundraising is one of the fastest ways to do just that while celebrating how far we’ve already come.

Show your support and help us raise money to build and maintain our local trail network. The best part? Every dollar from each Yellow Dog Beer sold goes towards trail stewardship in the Tri-Cities. Fundraising couldn’t be easier!

2. Bid on Killer Silent Auction Deals

Pick up extra special deals through our silent auction which will also go a long way in supporting TORCA.

Here’s a list of our Silent Auction Items so far:

  • $700 in Ryder sunglasses & goggles
  • 2 x$200 Innovative fitness gift certificates for personal training
  • $50 gift certificate to Bicycle Hub
  • $100 massage gift certificate from Lea Hartley (RMT)
  • Products from Trek and Norco
  • Two gift baskets from Yellow Dog

With sponsors like Race Face, Schwalbe, Stans Notubes, Secret Cycles and more, you know there’s going to be some seriously good prizes on hand!

Make sure to follow us on Facebook for updates on auction items as they come in.

3. Win Some Money

Every year we host a 50/50 draw. If you win, you could use those earnings to buy more beer, or pay for all the sweet gear you bid on at the silent auction.

Last year 50/50 winnings were $318!

You can purchase three tickets for $5 or seven for $10. Each ticket purchased equals one entry in the drawing for a winner. Half the money goes to the winner and the other half goes to building local trails. It’s a win/ win!

4. Win Some Sweet Swag

What’s better than sitting at home on Sunday watching Netflix? How about winning some swag through the draw prizes?

Here’s what we’ve got for prizes:

  • $40 in Trek products
  • $300 in Ryder sunglasses & goggles
  • And much more!

But the only way you’ll have a chance of winning is if you’re there. So make sure you buy your ticket —> Click here to buy.

5. Congratulate This Years Trail Fairy

We love our volunteers, especially when they help us build trails. They help keep our trails buff all season long with fresh golden dirt and new features week after week.

And each year we like to celebrate that one person who steps up and volunteers the most on our trail days.

Attend our fundraiser and help support, congratulate and commemorate this fine citizen for stepping up and getting dirty. Then buy them a Yellow Dog Beer (see Reason #1).

Who knows, maybe YOU are this year’s Trail Fairy.

BONUS REASON: Meet Other TORCA Members!!

If anything, you’ll want to come to our fundraiser to meet people from your TORCA community. You know it will be a good time when mountain bike enthusiasts get together to share tips, secret trails, and general #tricitystoke.

As well, you’ll be able to meet the TORCA directors and get an update on what’s been going on this year! Pssst….some exciting stuff happening on Burke Mountain!

Bottom line? You need to attend.

Let’s be honest, it’s always fun to get together with other bikers. Make new friends and riding buddies, just in time for those sweet summer days.

You’re guaranteed to walk away with a full belly, some new friends and most likely, swag.

Here are the dirty deets for TORCA’s 7th annual fundraiser:

  • Date: May 27th, 2018
  • Time: 6pm until 10pm
  • Location: The Burrard Public House in Port Moody (it’s easily accessed by transit, including SkyTrain!)
  • Price: $25 (includes a burger, a beer and a chance to win some sweet prizes)

You can pick up your tickets at Kinetik Cycles, Trek Bicycle (PoCo) and Pitt Meadow Cycles. Or make life easier and buy your tickets online –> here.

Don’t miss out on the best bike party in the Tri-Cities!

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