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 an helmet, and for insurance reasons after your first trial ride you must become a Coalition member to continue to participate.
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!
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.
Youth Riding: the Next Generation of Cycling
This Week: All Coalition Events, All Week Long
We’re out on the Western Slope again tomorrow 9am-noon working on trails. Creekside is finished and is open for business, so we’re shifting our efforts to addressing and repairing water issues on Boundary. Enter through the gate by the guard shack and take your first left. Pass the pavilion and take your first left. Look for vehicles.
Click here for parking location
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/576831606144994/
-What: Trail work somewhere on the Western Slope Trails
-Where: Meet in the parking lot
-Work Party Leader: Dusty Burchnall [email protected] or
Creekside is finished! Text Dusty to figure out where the next project is that we are working on.
Bring water and wear sturdy boots/shoes (no sneakers). We’ll provide the tools and gloves. Enter through the south gate by the guard shack, take the first left, up the hill, past the pavilion and look for the first right after the pavilion. We’re at the top of that hill.
***Ride Hosted by Shenandoah Bicycle Company***
Not a Bicycle Coalition Event
Get your Saturday started off right and join SBC for a group ride!
This is an intermediate paced road ride.
-Description: Group ride of about 20-30 miles with an average speed of 13-15mph. This is no-drop ride and riders should be prepared to ride on local county dirt roads.
-Length: 1.5-2 hours, 20-30 miles
-Location: Meet at Shenandoah Bicycle Co
Ride Leader Contact Information: Kevin Rogers [email protected]doahbicycle.com or
A casual-paced social road ride. 20-40 miles, depending on the weather and the participants. Nobody gets dropped.
Social intermediate road ride. No one is dropped. This is a ride for those that can ride at an intermediate pace and up to 60 miles. For more details see http://svbcoalition.org/weekly-rides/
Social Road Ride, 5:15 pm (SHARP) 2019 rides begin March 13
-Description: This is an intermediate, social road ride.
-Pace: Pace is “social,” 12 – 14 mph, with no one dropped.
-Length: Between 20 and 30 miles, or 1.5-2 hours.
-Location: Meet at Harrisonburg High S on 1001 Garbers Church Road.
-Ride Leader Contact Information: Marcia or [email protected]