3/10/2022 Group Rides will begin as volunteer ride leaders are able to commit to leading rides. Are you interested in leading a ride?

In order to participate in a group ride, you must sign the Coalition’s online ride waiver. You no longer need to be an active member of the Coalition to participate in group rides but a signed waiver (renewed annually) is required.

Please reach out to us with any questions: [email protected]

Weekly Rides: Riding Bikes & Making Friends

Our weekly rides are great ways to meet local biking enthusiasts while enjoying time in the saddle. We feature both road and mountain biking routes.

All participants must wear a helmet, and for insurance reasons, every rider must have a signed waiver on file with the Coalition that is updated once a year.

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How to Lead a Coalition Group Ride in 3 Steps

Are you interested in helping to start a new group ride and volunteering as a ride leader? Or maybe volunteer to help lead an existing ride? Either way, be sure to review our ride leader guidelines, fill out the below Google Form, and review our Coalition Code of Conduct. Once you submit your response to the Google form, we will be in touch with the next steps or further questions as needed.

THANK YOU for your interest in volunteering with the Coalition’s group rides!

Please follow the three steps below:

  1. Please review our new ride leader guidelines for a complete list of your resposiblities and expectation as a ride leader.
  2. Review our Ride Leader Code of Conduct and agree to also uphold the Coalition’s broader Code of Conduct.
  3. Finally, if you are still interested in leading a ride please indicate your interest by filling out the Google Form for interested ride leaders.
  4. As an organization, we are committed to upholding the Cycling Industry Pledge that we signed in 2021. We ask our ride leaders to also uphold and exemplify the pledge. The Cycling Industry Pledge has 10 Guiding Principles designed to help facilitate safer spaces for learning and exploration with care, respect, and intention.
  • Description: Women’s casual mountain bike ride at Massanutten Western Slope on Monday evenings. You do not need a parking pass (if you don’t have a pass just ask a ride leader for one when you arrive) but will need to sign an electronic waiver before the ride.
  • Time: 5:30 pm on Mondays
  • Pace: Super casual, no-drop ride. Beginner pace with frequent stops as needed
  • Location: Meet at Massanutten Western Slope Parking Lot
  • Length: Typically 1-1.5 hours and we will often cover 4-6 miles.
  • Ride Surface: This is a mountain bike ride so plan for dirt singletrack trails with some rock.
  • Regroup Points During Ride? Yes. The Massanutten Western Slope Trails offer lots of options for regrouping and course changes depending on where and what the group wants to ride.
  • Ride Coordinator Information: If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the ride coordinator(s): Lizzy Williams 319-296-8996 / Natalie Detrich 540-808-7816 / Rachel Struble 814-590-6098
  • Additional Info: View a sample route on Strava

Description: This is a fast “drop” road ride, but you will sometimes find the group waiting up for a straggler or two (depending on the route) as the terrain and flow of the ride permit. However, there is no guarantee that the group will wait for you if you fall off the back. The group aims to finish the ride with at least 75% of the riders who started. This is not a race to the last person standing.

Time: 5:30 pm on Tuesdays.

Length: At least 2 hours sometimes 2.5 hours. Distances range from 40-50 miles.

Pace: The ride averages close to 20 mph, sometimes less depending on how many hills are in the route.

Location: Meet at in the Westover Park Swimming Pool Parking Lot

Surface: While most of the ride is on pavement, every route contains unpaved (gravel) segments. Some routes may consist of 25% gravel.

Ride Leader Contact Information: Email Kyle Lawrence or call with questions 571-277-8121/ Pete Morris 540-209-7244 /

Additional Info: See the routes that we rotate through here and load the file into your bike computer: Tuesday Night Ride Routes


Tuesday 4/19Brown’s Gap45 miles
Tuesday 4/26Tillman 46 miles
Tuesday 5/3Sprinters Loop41 miles
Tuesday 5/10Roman Road46 miles
Tuesday 5/17Mountain Valley39 miles
Tuesday 5/24John Kline40 miles
Tuesday 5/31Hopkins42 miles
Tuesday 6/7Brown’s Gap45 miles
Tuesday 6/14Tillman46 miles
Tuesday 6/21Reddish Knob Solstice53 miles
Tuesday 6/28Sprinters Loop41 miles
Tuesday 7/5Slate Hill44 miles
Tuesday 7/12Delwebb47 miles
Tuesday 7/19Brown’s Gap46 miles
Tuesday 7/26John Kline40 miles
Tuesday 8/2Roman Road46 miles
Tuesday 8/9Mountain Valley39 miles
Tuesday 8/16Hopkins42 miles
Tuesday 8/23Tillman46 miles
Tuesday 8/30Sprinters Loop41 miles
Tuesday 9/6John Kline40 miles
Tuesday 9/13Roman Road46 miles
Tuesday 10/4Sprinters Loop41 miles
Tuesday 10/11 Start at 5pmHopkins Variation36 miles
Tuesday 10/18 Start at 5pmJohn Kline40 miles


  • Description: The Coalition’s WTF Wednesday ride is a no-drop-friendly road ride for the femme, trans, non-binary, and women cyclists in our community. Come prepared with enough water and snacks bring at least a rear blinkie light (charged!) and enough tools to fix a flat. It is easy to get intimidated by Strava data (whether that’s the route distance, elevation gain, or average speed). We try to cater our pace and route to whoever shows up to the weekly ride (regardless, we typically ride ~25 miles give or take at a 12-15mph pace). If some folks want to ride a longer route, we will always provide alternates and may even split the group to accommodate different goals or paces. Our priority is first and foremost to connect with new FTWNB cyclists and safely enjoy the paved and gravel roads of Rockingham County. 
  • Time: 5:30 pm on Wednesdays
  • Pace: The ride averages a steady (12-15mph) pace
  • Location: Meet at Waterman Elementary School parking lot.
  • Length: About 2 hours and we will often cover 20-25 miles.
  • Ride Surface: We’ll mostly stick to pavement, there may be occasional bits of well-maintained gravel that we will use to keep off of busy roads.
  • Regroup Points During Ride?
  • Ride Coordinator Information: If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to ride coordinator(s): Jess Daddio: @jessdaddio 540-247-0998 / Amanda Presgraves – @amandapresgraves 571-241-2952 /
  • Additional Info: View a sample route on Strava

Description: Weekly trail work building and maintaining the trails at Massanutten Western Slope with fellow mountain bikers. A great way to earn your free Annual Trail Pass to ride these trails!

Time: 5pm to 8pm on Thursdays. 2019 season begins April 4.

What to Bring: Bring gloves and good trail work attire. The Coalition will supply tools and drinks.

Location: We will work on the newest trail up top, “The Puzzler.” Parking will be at the bottom of the 2K trail. Park on the same side of the road as all the other cars.

Trail Work Leader Contact Information: Thomas Jenkins 540-236-2001.

Ride Leaders: Need Waivers for your rides? Download them at Group Waiver and Individual/minor waiver

Impromptu Rides: Spontaneous Fun

Join our official online Facebook Group to discuss local bicycle issues, meet fellow cyclists, learn about impromptu rides, check in on trail conditions, or suggest a local loop.

Annual Events: 100s of Miles of Joy

From century rides that are decades old to the young energy of Bike Month, we hope to see you at our annual events!

Bike Month
May is Bike Month! Bike Month looks a little different this year given the COVID-19 Situation. Please read our update on COVID-19 Regarding our rides, events, and trail work parties.Please Read a special update about the status of trails on Massanutten's Western Slope Wednesday, May 20: Ride of Silence (SOLO) ...
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Harris-Roubaix - We're Back
3/14/2022: We're BACK and have a date! Join us out in Singers Glen for the 2022 edition of the Harris-Roubaix The Harris-Roubaix: A Celebration of Unpaved Roads When: 12:00 Noon, Saturday, April 16, 2022 (always at noon and traditionally help on or near the same day as the European Spring Classic, the ...
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Massanutten HOO-HA!
Event information at Official Page - Massanutten Hoo-Ha! Note, while this is not an SVBC-sponsored event, part of the proceeds are donated to SVBC, SVBC members receive a discount at registration, and volunteer hours at the HOO-HA! will count toward your Massanutten trail pass. Contact [email protected] if you're interested in ...
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Red Wings Roots Music Festival
The rides are free and open to everyone but we do ask that you please register through Bike Reg: https://www.bikereg.com/Net/red-wing-roots-music-festival-bike-rides All Red Wing Festival Bike Rides will be held on Saturday July 13: Red Wings Roots Music Festival Bike Rides at the Red Wing Roots Music Festival! Harrisonburg’s favorite band ...
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Shenandoah Valley Century!
The 40th annual Shenandoah Valley Century will be held on Sunday, September 11, 2022, at Oakdale Park in Bridgewater, Virginia. As always, you should plan on great people, beautiful rides, lovely weather, and good food! Join us for the oldest bicycle event in the Shenandoah Valley! The Century serves as ...
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The Great Stokesville Campout and Hootenanny
Due to several factors, we are postponing the Great Stokesville Campout for 2022. Look for us again next year!  Rest assured, the Coalition will continue our work in the George Washington National Forest. We believe in accessible trails for a wide range of people and want to share our love ...
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Trail Passes: Fun on the Trails All Year Long

Massanutten Western Slope offers over 15 miles of trail on more than 800 mountainous acres, great for mountain biking and trail running. Much of the trail system was built and is maintained by the Coalition, and you MUST have a Massanutten Trail Pass to access it.

Day Pass

Day Pass

Day passes are available to online, for same-day access. $10 Day Pass with All
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Annual Pass

Annual Pass

All proceeds benefit your Bicycle Coalition! Supporting our work and your trails. We will
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Youth Riding: the Next Generation of Cycling

SHEN-ROCK Mountain Bike Team

SHEN-ROCK Mountain Bike Team

SHEN-ROCK Exists to Empower young adults for a lifetime of bicycle adventures. "Get on your bike!" Which Season are you looking for? ...
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SAW Composite Youth MTB Team

SAW Composite Youth MTB Team

The SAW Composite Race Team is a youth mountain bike team open to middle and high school students in Staunton, Augusta, and ...
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This Week: All Coalition Events, All Week Long

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