Building Better Communities through Biking

The bicycle is our tool to build them. 

We believe that biking should be fun. We believe that change can be playful. We believe that inclusion and a welcoming attitude will make us stronger and better, together. We believe in stewardship and working for future generations.

We believe in the power of the bicycle to transform ourselves and our world.

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EMPOWER

Tools, skills, and resources for everyone to be able to choose whether, where, and how to ride.

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ENGAGE

Advocacy and outreach to connect prospective riders, current bicyclists, and civic leaders.

Act

BUILD

Exceptional mountain biking trails, greenways, safe routes to school, and welcoming road riding routes.

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RIDE

Find our events, rides, festivals, trails, community gatherings, and more. ..

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Trail Work

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!

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Ride Calendar

Weekly social rides, the Mountain Bike Festival, the Shenandoah Century, and so much more. Our online Ride Calendar has them all.

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Connecting Harrisonburg High School 2 for Walking-Biking

What will it take to connect the new Harrisonburg High School with safe and comfortable access for walking and biking? Given the location of the new school, reaching the building[…]

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August 7, 2019 0

Job Opportunity- Safe Routes to School Waynesboro

The City of Waynesboro is hiring their first Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the Waynesboro Public Schools. Know someone who might be interested?Click for Job Description Click for ApplicationLook[…]

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July 19, 2019 1

eMTBs on Massanutten Western Slope Trails

Discussions around Electric Mountain Bikes (eMTBs) often trigger an instinctual and emotional reaction among those of us who recreate via natural surface trails on our public and private lands. The[…]

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July 18, 2019 3