We believe in the power of the bicycle to transform ourselves and our world.
We believe that biking should be fun. We believe that change can be playful.
Together we are reclaiming our streets, trails, and public places for current and future generations of walkers and riders.
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Regular, volunteer-led trail work is a cornerstone of the Coalition’s culture. It’s also what has transformed nearby National Forest and private mountain ridges into premier mountain biking terrain.
Thursday evenings and Saturday morning are trail work parties — all season long!
Ride With us
Weekly social rides, the Mountain Bike Festival, the Shenandoah Century, and so much more. Our online Ride Calendar has them all.
Western Slope Trails Planning
Strava heatmap of the Massanutten Western Slope Trails. Blue trails are used less and the bright red trails are used the most.Read more
Interested in Serving as a Coalition Board Member?
Are you interested in serving on the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition Board of Directors? The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition is an established organization (40-year history) with strong grassroots support. Our board is[…]Read more
Scottie’s Year-End Wrap-Up 2022
As we wrap up 2022, we are asking for your support to help us Spread Pixie Dust in the Valley and ensure everyone has access to safe accessible biking and[…]Read more
Shenandoah Pixie Dust – Give Today
Everyone Deserves the Freedom to Bike and Walk – Support the Coalition’s Efforts to Build Better Communities in the Valley Help us make the Shenandoah Valley a community where walking and biking[…]Read more
We’re Hiring – Community Engagement Coordinator
Click to Read the full job posting JOB DESCRIPTION: The Community Engagement Coordinator will report to the Executive Director and will be responsible for engaging the Coalition’s wide network of[…]Read more
Coalition Awarded Trails Building Grant – Seven Bends
River to Ridgetop Trail – North Fork Shenandoah River to Massanutten Mountain Connection (Seven Bends State Park and the GW National Forest) The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition is excited to[…]Read more
Smile and Wave
Road Ridin – Ambassador from SVBCoalition on Vimeo. “It’s a lot of fun to ride out here, and we’d love for you to join us.” Riding on the bucolic rural[…]Read more