Category: SVBC

National Forest Trail Work Saturdays start September 7th!

Just like every fall for the past 18 years SVBC will be leading trail work each Saturday in the National Forest.  We need volunteers like YOU to help!  If you use any of the trails in the National Forest this is a great way to give back! Details… Leave From: MR J’s Bagels on Route 42…
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September 5, 2013 0

SVBC Time Trial Series Is Back

SVBC Time Trial Series p/b Rocktown Racing The SVBC time trial series p/b by Rocktown Racing is the resurrection of the original time trial series put on by SVBC. Everyone is welcome to come to this event. Come try to get the fastest time overall or just come out to beat your own time. Either way…
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June 2, 2013 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,…
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May 10, 2013 2

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

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…
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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…
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October 20, 2012 0

Camp Todd Reroute

One of the projects on the SVBC DCR grant is the reroute of the Wild Oak Trail as it comes down Horse Trough Hollow and crosses the North River. The current interface brings the trail straight down to the North River where it drops down steep embankments to the water and then goes through Camp…
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November 1, 2010 3