Author: Kyle

We Want Your Photos

We want your images! Help us restock our image library with high-res shots of the Shenandoah Valley area riding, digging, or simply loving the bicycle/trail/road/gravel lifestyle. All usable submissions earn a chance to win a $25 Gift Card to a local bike shop of your choice! Fine print By submitting an image, Shenandoah Valley Bicycle…
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March 23, 2022 0

Collaborative National Forest Trail Clean-Up Day

Volunteer Trail Maintenace Day for the North River District of the George Washington National Forest. We will base out of Stokesville Campground and make this an annual tradition to bring together a range of individuals, organizations, and businesses to give back and support trails on the National Forest. We are looking for individuals and organizations…
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March 15, 2022 0

How Can a Survey Improve our Streets?

Your Input Shapes Our Future Did you know most transportation projects are planned 10-25 years in advance? We are always playing a long game here and need your help. Our regional long-range transportation plan identifies priority transportation projects. Specifically, transportation needs for Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, Dayton, Mount Crawford, and the surrounding parts of Rockingham County 25 years out.…
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February 21, 2022 0

Interested in Serving as a Coalition Board Member?

2022 Board Election Update: We have postponed our 2022 elections until later in the year. For more details on why we postponed the election read a letter from the Coalition’s Board of Directors. Building Better Communities in the Valley Interested in applying? Here’s what you need to knowWe are a growing organization with strong grassroots…
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February 14, 2022 0

Support the Shenandoah Rail Trail

This update was originally sent on Friday, January 21 2022 by Alliance for the Shenandoah Valley on behalf of Shenandoah Rail Trail Partnership of which the Bicycle Coalition is a member. A lot has happened in the last month, bringing the Shenandoah Rail Trail much closer to reality. But we need your help to make sure we don’t lose…
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January 25, 2022 0

If a 4-Year-Old Can Do it

I rode my bike to Hillandale with our four-year-old last week. It was the first time he had ridden from our house to the Rocktown Trails all on his own. It filled my heart with warmth and joy. We pedaled together down Liberty St in Downtown Harrisonburg, taking the entire right lane and riding over…
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December 30, 2021 0

Narrowback Trail Relocation

Friends like YOU provide the support and partnerships fueling the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition’s impact. We need YOUR help to ensure bicycling and walking in the valley is for everyone. Will YOU become a champion to ensure all of us have access to trails, greenways, and safe spaces to bike? As we wrap up 2021,…
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December 15, 2021 0

Giving Tuesday – Pixie Dust

Joy, Community, and Pixie Dust Together, we are reclaiming our streets, trails, and public places for current and future generations of walkers and riders. Please consider helping us continue spreading pixie dust through trails, friendships, bicycles, volunteerism, and community. If you are in a position to donate and help spread the pixie dust we are…
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November 23, 2021 0

New Trails for the Western Slope

Donate As we wrap up 2021 we ask you to consider helping us continue spreading Pixie Dust through the Valley with a contribution. After all, change can be playful and we can reclaim space for people walking and biking. In 2021 your Coalition created another new collection of trails on Massanutten’s Western Slope. Like last…
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November 15, 2021 0

10/30: Harrisonburg Mayor’s (Costume) Bike Ride

Thank you @SVBCoalition for organizing @deanna4council first annual bike ride through @HarrisonburgVA! Great way to raise awareness about biking & transportation access. pic.twitter.com/ee0nNAFiPz — Dr. Carah Ong Whaley (@CarahOng) May 18, 2019 What: Our second Harrisonburg Mayor’s Bike Ride will include costumes and the route will be in the spirit of our past Bike Month…
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October 25, 2021 0