fbpx

Category: Shenandoah valley bicycle coalition

Register Today-Shenandoah Valley Century is September 14

Registration is open for the Shenandoah Valley Century and be warned that it WILL SELL OUT. We only have 300 spots available and they are going very fast. Make sure to REGISTER TODAY and reserve your spot at the Valley’s favorite, oldest, most affordable, and “flatest” Century ride. The 32nd Annual Shenandoah Valley Century will…
Read more


July 29, 2014 0

Bike to School Day 2013 A Huge Success!

Despite foggy conditions and a looming threat of thunderstorms Wednesday, over 50 students with many more parents, a few teachers and lots of community volunteers, came to Thomas Harrison Middle School (THMS) to celebrate National Bike to School Day.  We had great support from City Council members Charlie Chenault and Richard Baugh, Delegate Tony Wilt,…
Read more


May 10, 2013 2

SVBC Board Elections- VOTE NOW

The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition board member annual election is now open.  The current board has decided to expand to the board from seven to nine members, so this election will fill five positions.  Current board members Jason Burch and Kyle Lawrence are running for reelection, and three candidates are running for the first time. …
Read more


March 9, 2013 0

Superbowl Sunday…The oldest group ride in the Shenandoah Valley

February 3rd was the twenty something annual Superbowl Sunday Ride. While we can’t pin down the first year of the Superbowl ride we know it started sometime in the 1980s and has had a cult following ever since. In fact old Mountain Bike Virginia guidebooks always mentioned Harrisonburg and the Superbowl ride in the same…
Read more


February 15, 2013 1

Annual SVBC Potluck – Monday, Feb. 11, 6 pm!

Bring a dish to share and remember that we will start at 6:00 (dinner time!) rather than our usual time of 7:30. We will have a very brief period of updates but mostly will eat and socialize. Same spot as our monthly SVBC social meeting:  Ruby’s –the basement of Clementine Cafe— Harrisonburg, VA. Come celebrate…
Read more


February 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…
Read more


January 29, 2013 0

Building Trail For Everyone

Two of the three projects in the SVBC’s latest trail building enterprise are located on Narrowback Mountain. Narrowback is a special place for mountain bikers because it provides an opportunity for new riders to cut their teeth riding bikes in the mountains. The new Tillman West Trail is a blast for riders of all abilities…
Read more


October 31, 2012 0

Wootten captures Collin on 2,000 Hour Trail

This trail on western slope of the Massanutten Resort is the crown-jewel (so far!) of SVBC’s volunteer-built trails. Described as “the best volunteer-built trail in the country,” the 2,000 Hour Trail, so named for the 2,000 volunteer hours it took to build, was the crazy vision of SVBC member Thomas Jenkins, a vision that was…
Read more


October 20, 2012 0

Support the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition Recreational Trails Program!

Support the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coaliton Recreational Trails Program! from Shenandoah Bicycle on Vimeo.Learn more about the Recreational Trails Program. Be sure to share this with your friends!  Thanks for watching! Stay informed about the great work being done in the George Washington National Forest, Massanutten Resort and City of Harrisonburg Parks. http://svbctrailwork.blogspot.com/ Trail Dynamics…
Read more


October 6, 2012 0

Recreational Trails Program Grant Work Begins!

Work has begun on Narrowback and Lookout Mountain with the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition‘s second Recreational Trails Program Grant. The SVBC hired Trail Dynamics for work on this project. Work has been ongoing for nearly a week and will continue through the month of October. All work will stop in time for the start of…
Read more


October 2, 2012 0