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Meet SVBC Volunteer: Marcia Lamphier

By Sue George One of the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition’s longest-serving volunteers, Marcia Lamphier, has filled many different roles over several decades including Ride Leader and Treasurer. She is not only a Lifetime Member of the Bicycle Coalition but also has been a long-time member of the planning committees for enduring SVBC events like the…
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January 21, 2020 0

2/2: Superbowl Sunday Ride

When: Sunday, February 2 @ Riding at 10:00 AM Where: Park at Briery Branch Community Center and bike up to Flagpole Knob (Highest point in Rockingham County) Why: To enjoy winter mountain biking with 100 of your closest friends before watching the big game Option: A group will ride from town up to Flagpole and back. They will leave Mr J’s on…
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January 14, 2020 0

Massanutten's Western Slope Trails Open for Daily Use

Beginning TODAY, Monday, January 6, 2020, Massanutten’s Western Slope Trails are open for daily use as hunting restrictions come to a close for the season. Please remember that you must have a trail pass to access the trails and that 100% of proceeds from the passes go back to the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition to…
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January 6, 2020 0

A Letter From Scottie

As we wrap up 2019, Scottie Pendleton (co-chair for our Board of Directors) wrote a letter to our Coalition family looking back on the past year. We are asking our members and broader network to support our community-centric fundraising campaign and please consider a donation to help us continue Building Better Communities in the Valley. Greetings, friends,…
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December 23, 2019 1

Celebrating our Volunteers

As we wrap up 2019, we are asking our members and broader network to support our community-centric fundraising campaign and please consider a donation to help us continue Building Better Communities in the Valley. We had a blast celebrating #GivingTuesday on December 3, 2019. We spent the day highlighting a few of the many volunteers…
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December 19, 2019 0

DOG DAY AFTERNOON

As we wrap up 2019, we are asking our members and broader network to support our community-centric fundraising campaign and please consider a donation to help us continue Building Better Communities in the Valley. Guest post from Michael Neupauer better known as “Neups.” Neups has been a member of the SVBC before the C abbreviated…
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December 19, 2019 1

How to Help this Holiday Season?

How Can You Help Your Bicycle Coalition this Holiday Season? Make a one-time or recurring donation to the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition via our website. Click to Donate While you’re at it, check to see if your employer might match your donation. Create your own Facebook Fundraiser for the Coalition to help leverage your network…
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December 2, 2019 0

Smiles for Miles

There’s an easy way to think of your Bicycle Coalition during your holiday shopping — and it’s completely free!AmazonSmile donates 0.5 percent of your purchase to eligible nonprofits like the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition. Help sustain our work to Build Better Communities in the Valley by adding Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition to your AmazonSmile account. Your Support…
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November 18, 2019 0

Building a Network of Trails

If you have followed along with the Bicycle Coalition, you know that we work hard to improve singletrack trail experiences in the Shenandoah Valley. Over the course of eight years, we secured, administered, and completed over $500,000 worth of Federal Grant funding to build, maintain, and relocate trails in the George Washington National Forest. After…
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November 18, 2019 0

“The Puzzler” is complete after 4 years of collaborative efforts

Originally posted on Shenandoahbicycle.com where the author, Thomas Jenkins is Co-Owner. A recap report from the visionary behind the trail, Thomas Jenkins. You should read more about Thomas on the REI Co-Op Journal article where he was featured as one of the “FOUR OF THE TOUGHEST TRAIL BUILDERS AROUND” A few Thursdays ago the trail…
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November 10, 2019 2