Spreading Pixie Dust to Build Better Communities

6/11: June Monthly Social with Special Guest

6/2 and 6/3: Massanutten Hoo-HA

5/25: Bike-or-Run, Sweat & Beers @ Brothers Brewing

Spreading Pixie Dust to Build Better Communities

Back in the fall of 2018, Brice Shirbach from Pink Bike spent some time in Harrisonburg riding trails, meeting people and hearing our stories about what makes this place so “sticky.” While in the area, Brice spent time riding many of our favorite trails to include, Lookout Mountain, Timber Ridge, Wolf, Narrowback, Massanutten Bike Park,…

Spreading Pixie Dust to Build Better Communities

Back in the fall of 2018, Brice Shirbach from Pink Bike spent some time in Harrisonburg riding trails, meeting people and hearing our stories about what makes this place so “sticky.” While in the area, Brice spent time riding many of our favorite trails to include, Lookout Mountain, Timber Ridge, Wolf, Narrowback, Massanutten Bike Park,…

6/11: June Monthly Social with Special Guest

Special Guest for June 11: Harrisonburg City Council Member Chris Jones will come to our June monthly social. Join us and Chris Jones for an informal conversation about all things biking and walking in the Friendly City. Of special interest will be updates concerning the progress of the Connect Our Schools (Garbers Church Shared Use…

6/2 and 6/3: Massanutten Hoo-HA

The coupon code for Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition members for 25% off Sunday races is svbc2018. 2018 will be the 30th Massanutten HOO-HA! cross country mountain bike race on Massanutten’s Western Slope! 2018 Race schedule, maps, and course profiles below. Check out our updated Enduro routes, now with 5 stages and new sections for 2018!…

5/25: Bike-or-Run, Sweat & Beers @ Brothers Brewing

In celebration of Bike Month, the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition partnered with Virginia Momentum and Brothers Craft Brewing to piggyback on their FREE Run, Sweat & Beers monthly event by adding a bike ride option. Join VA Momentum, Brothers Brewing, and your bicycle Coalition for a 10-mile bike ride starting and ending at Brothers Craft Brewery on Friday, May 25. From the Virginia Momentum…

Our Partnership with Shenandoah National Park

We’ve been busy working with the Shenandoah National Park, Adventure Cycling and the Shenandoah National Park Trust. Your Bicycle Coalition recently donated 150 bicycle tail lights that will be given to bicyclists who don’t have a working tail light on days when visibility is low on Skyline Drive. SNP identified the need to be able…

5/18: Bike Everywhere Day

Update 5/17: The event is on rain or shine! If the rain is too heavy, we may retreat to Shenandoah Bicycle Company, if that is the case we will leave someone at Court Square to let everyone know. See you very soon!   Help us celebrate bike to Work Everywhere Day by showing up at…

5/14: May Monthly Social Gathering

Monday, May 14, 2018, We will meet at our regular time of 7:00 pm and will be in our typical location of Ruby’s Lounge in the basement of Clementine. More Details on Location  Join Us! Read the Agenda by clicking here: May 2018 SVBC Social Agenda Most folks arrive around 7:00 pm, order food, and/or drinks, hang out…

5/16: Ride of Silence

When: 7:00 PM on Wednesday, May 16 Where: Meet at Eastern Mennonite University Commons Google Map Link What: Cyclists around the world will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. Why: To honor those killed or injured while riding a…

Announcing Our Path Forward

Your Bicycle Coalition has been busy over the past two years solidifying our beliefs and work to reflect who we are, A bicycle coalition with a vision for building better communities in the valley. We are excited to release our latest Road Map complete with a work plan to guide our work and impact in the coming…

Act Today for Connect Our Schools

Have you seen the latest on the Connect Our Schools initiative? Read the Daily News Article below. It looks like the planned greenway connection around the city’s publicly owned golf course is in jeopardy and funds may be moved to Mount Clinton Pike. While Mt. Clinton Pike is a great project, it does not fulfill…