The 2021 King & Queen of the Watershed was our best yet, with over 150 riders of all different backgrounds, riding disciplines and ages. We saw everything from full race kits to full face helmets & jorts! Best of all, over $7,500 was raised to fund more miles of singletrack right here in the NC Piedmont.
A huge thank you to our sponsor & volunteers. We could not have done this without you!
Can't wait 'til next year!
Come join us for the annual Burn the Turkey group ride and potluck.
Meet at Bur-Mill Park on Friday, November 23 @ 9:30AM. Shelter # 1 is reserved for the event (across the parking lot from the pool).
This event is free and open to everyone. We will have multiple riding groups for each skill level. Everyone will regroup after the ride at the shelter for a potluck social.
Stay tuned for more details.
Please come out for this important workday for the new Rich Fork trail!
BUILDING SWEET NEW SINGLE TRACK. WE HAVE A LOT OF TRAIL ROUGHED IN AND NEED A LOT OF VOLUNTEERS TO HELP DO FINISHING WORK. BRING A FRIEND!
PLEASE RSVP WITH EVITE TO QUALIFY FOR FUTURE $100 LBS PRIZE DRAWING.
407 West Parris Avenue
High Point, North Carolina 27262
At the end of the street you will see a gravel driveway with a "No Trespassing" sign. (The Preserve is not yet open to the public, only for our workdays. ) Go in the drive and take the fork to the left. The parking area is at the top of the hill.
All attendee’s will need to sign waiver before working.
Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018
Workday starts at 8:30 AM, but come out whenever you can
Good physical health
Work or hiking boots (sturdy shoes required).
Please bring water and a snack.
We're hosting the annual JA King (and Queen) of the Watershed fundraiser/race in Greensboro on Saturday, September 29 2018. In order to pull off this fantastic mountain bike event, we need several volunteers to help with segment timing and work the aid stations throughout the day. Any time you can give is appreciated. This event is a big fundraiser for PFTS and can’t happen without volunteers from the mountain biking community. So if you’re not racing and can volunteer, please email us at [email protected]. Thanks, and see you on the trails!
It's that time of year again! The 2018 King of the Watershed MTB Race is back and you don't want to miss the biggest MTB event of the year! Who will take the crowns home this year?
Come on out and volunteer, race, cheer on the competitors or just hang out with Mountain Bike folks. Remember, this event benefits the Piedmont Fat Tire Society so helping at the race helps everybody in the local Mountain Bike Community. We hope to see you there!