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Aug
18
Sat
Massanutten Trail Work
Aug 18 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1743908012337961/

What: Massanutten Saturday Morning trail work to happen bi-weekly on Saturday’s through the spring and summer.

Where: Massanutten Western Slope Trails built by the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition. We will be working on the Boundary Trail, the newest trail that connects VA 54 up to the pond.

When: Saturday, April 14 arrive at 8:50 for a 9 am start.

Why: Our volunteers built an amazing new trail yet again in 2017. As with all great things, it needs a little more love to make it even better. We will be working on patching some wet spots in an effort to make the trail more durable in all weather conditions.

Details: Western Slope trail work parties are held every other Saturday through the end of October! Bring water and sturdy boots/shoes. We’ll provide tools, gloves, etc. Hope to see you there!

Questions? Contact Dusty Burchnall ([email protected]) or (610) 350-7063

Annual Ice Cream Ride
Aug 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The REAL (or at least original) Annual SVBC Summer Ice Cream Ride will be held on August 18th. As for the past 2 decades, your bicycle Coalition will cover your ice cream after the ride. This ride is LONGER and brisker than the “Ice Cream Rides” associated with Bike Month. Plan on more of a Wednesday night social ride type of event (about two hours) but with ice cream after the ride.

When: Saturday August 12 @ 10:00am (NEW TIME)

Where: Meet at Wildwood Park in Bridgewater (648 W Bank St, Bridgewater, VA 22812)

What: 
Figure a ride of about two hours with an ice cream stop thrown in there.

Ride Leader:
contact Michael Neupauer (“Neups”) with any questions: [email protected] or 540-246-8835

Aug
19
Sun
Sunday Funday Family Bike Ride
Aug 19 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

A monthly ride in collaboration with the SVBC, Sentara RMH, and Bluestone Bike & Run.
We will start at Bluestone Bike & Run, 1570 South Main Street, Harrisonburg 22801, with bike and helmet checks, head over to the trail and let everyone loose! Ride the trail once or 10 times…it’s up to you! Then we’ll meet back at the shop for refreshments and to warm up. Parents are encouraged to ride with their children. If the weather is iffy, please check back for updates. Bundle up!

Questions? Contact Becky Johnston
Becky Johnston
Community Health Educator
Sentara RMH Medical Center
(540) 564-7388
[email protected]

Aug
22
Wed
Rescheduled August Board Meeting
Aug 22 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Sep
1
Sat
Massanutten Trail Work
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1743908012337961/

What: Massanutten Saturday Morning trail work to happen bi-weekly on Saturday’s through the spring and summer.

Where: Massanutten Western Slope Trails built by the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition. We will be working on the Boundary Trail, the newest trail that connects VA 54 up to the pond.

When: Saturday, April 14 arrive at 8:50 for a 9 am start.

Why: Our volunteers built an amazing new trail yet again in 2017. As with all great things, it needs a little more love to make it even better. We will be working on patching some wet spots in an effort to make the trail more durable in all weather conditions.

Details: Western Slope trail work parties are held every other Saturday through the end of October! Bring water and sturdy boots/shoes. We’ll provide tools, gloves, etc. Hope to see you there!

Questions? Contact Dusty Burchnall ([email protected]) or (610) 350-7063

Sep
9
Sun
36 Annual Shenandoah Valley Century
Sep 9 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Registration is live. You can register here: http://svbcoalition.org/register-2018-shenandoah-valley-century/

The 36th Annual Shenandoah Valley Century will be on Sunday, September 9, 2018
Bicycle rides of 25, 50, and 100 miles through the scenic and historic Shenandoah Valley sponsored by the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.

We invite you to help us celebrate the SHENANDOAH VALLEY CENTURY for some of the finest cycling to be found. The ride starts in Harrisonburg, the bike capital of Virginia, and includes scenic vistas, small towns, beautiful farms, quiet roads, and more. All routes are paved and have low traffic volume. Participants ride at their own pace; the event is not a race. Maps are provided and the route will be patrolled by automobile SAG to provide assistance as needed. A food and drink stop is provided every 25 miles and at the midpoint of the 25-mile ride.