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Category: Harrisonburg Bicycle

Bluestone Bike and Run Shenandoah Valley Bike & Wine Tour

Join Bluestone Bike & Run on July 9th for the first Shenandoah Valley Bike & Wine Tour. We’ve partnered with local vineyard, Bluestone Vineyards, to offer up a 50 mile road bike ride that features beautiful Valley roads and stops at Bluestone Vineyard for a private winery tour and tasting, plus a healthy catered lunch…
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June 20, 2016 0

Friday August 22: Melon Ride

As part of our ongoing 2nd and 4th Friday of the month “Social Rides” A number of fine SVBC members have organized a bi-monthly, casual around-town bicycle ride. This ride is  typically less than 4 miles through neighborhoods in the city of Harrisonburg. The pace will be very casual and conversational, similar to that of the Bike…
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August 18, 2014 0

Walk-Bike to School Week is October 4-11

WALK or BIKE TO SCHOOL WEEK at a handful of our area schools!    Interested in volunteering? Please don’t show up unless you have contacted Becky Johnston ([email protected]) and let her know that you want to help. Friday, October 4th, 7:20-7:45am- Thomas Harrison Middle School  (THMS has started an exciting new “FirstFriday Fitness” event.  Please consider coming as…
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September 17, 2013 0

Volunteers Needed for a Community Bike Ride

  A local Girl Scout project that involves a casual bike ride around town. Friday June 28 form 5:45-8:00pm Volunteers are needed for thefollowing slots: Ride leaders, registration table (Westover-beginning/end; Harmony Square), event setup(Harmony Square) and takedown, Ride Safety Monitors (several intersections),Water-Refilling Station Attendants (Red Front and Harmony Square).  If you are able to help out…
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June 17, 2013 0

Need help finding a bicycle-friendly route?

08/19/2013 update: Thanks to the enthusiasm generated by Ben and Carl’s service, the information in this post is moving to a permanent page on our website, under the “Valley Riding” –> “Bike Commuting” drop-down menu items: https://svbcoalition.org/our-riding/help-finding-bicycle-friendly-route/ If you are new to bicycle commuting or new to town or just think there must be an easier…
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May 19, 2013 6

Bike Month salutes Pro Tested Gear for fattening Valley wallets

Convenience, charm and cash. Pro Tested Gear adds new layer to the local bike and business community. Ever sold your used gear for more than it cost brand-new? RMH anesthesiologist and cyclist Bob Li did, after stumbling into one of the Valley’s hidden sources of wealth. Seems Bob was chatting to the guy who runs the…
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May 16, 2013 2

Tillman Trash Pickup Day a Huge Success!

A big thanks to everyone who made it out to pick up trash off of Tillman Road in the George Washington National Forest. As usual, the SVBC celebrated Earth Day by cleaning up one of our favorite roads in the National Forest. Marshall Hammond organized and led the gang on their treasure hunt. Thank you…
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April 23, 2013 0

Please Take 10-Minute Survey for Regional Planning

GET INVOLVED IN PLANNING FOR REGIONAL BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN TRANSPORTATION! Your input is key. Survey link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HR_BikePedPlan. The survey should only take about 10-15 minutes to complete and will close on March 29, 2013.  Take it today! The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization (HRMPO) is initiating an effort to develop a Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan for Harrisonburg…
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March 10, 2013 0

Reveal the Path at Court Square, Saturday February 2

Buy Tickets Now! Saturday February 2 7:30pm at Court Sqaure Theater BUY TICKETS NOW! Eight Wheels, Two Months, One World Posted: January 24, 2013 By SAMANTHA COLE Around the world in 40 days, not via balloon, but bike: The creators of “Reveal the Path” did just that, capturing their adventure on film. On Feb. 2 at…
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January 29, 2013 0

Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine: Harrisonburg “Best Biking Community”

  Harrisonburg Named “Best Biking Community” by the Editors at Blue Ridge Outdoors “In another category with a long list of possible winners, Harrisonburg, Va. came out on top. Harrisonburg is the biking capital of the bike-happy Shenandoah Valley, a mecca for any two-wheeler. Whether you prefer to shred singletrack, assault asphalt, or just commute to the daily…
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January 28, 2013 0