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]
-What: Thursday Night Trail Work Days on Massanutten’s Western Slope. Help us finish building the “Puzzler” Trail that will result in a new connection to the ridgeline trail.
-Where: Enter through the gate by the old guard house (close it behind you) and then drive up Del Webb Drive to the bottom of the “Special K” trail (everyone park on same side of road) then follow orange flag line straight up the mountain for a 15 minute hike into the work site.
-When: Every Thursday Night starting at 5pm from April 11 to the end of October
-Questions? Contact Thomas Jenkins
-Description: A group mountain bike ride that explores the inner depths of the George Washington National Forest
-Length: 3-4 hour ride on backcountry trails of intermediate to advanced terrain. Expect 30-45 minutes drive time each way to/from the ride’s start.
-Location: Varies each week. We’ll try to make the selection by Thursday every week, but the location is subject to change at the last minute to accommodate current weather and trail conditions.
-Logistics: Leave (drive/carpool) from Shenandoah Bicycle Company. For those catching a lift with others to/from the ride’s start, leave your car in the municipal lot (free parking) by the Turner -Pavilion. Then just walk over to SBC with your bike and gear, and we’ll load up there.
-Ride Leader Contact Information: Tim Richardson, [email protected] or Sue George, [email protected]