Weekly rides are great ways to meet local biking enthusiasts while enjoying time in the saddle.
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.
Description: Intermediate social mountain bike ride.
Time: 5:30pm Mondays. 2019 season begins March 18th.
Pace: Steady, moderate pace.
Length: 1.5 – 2 hours.
Location: Meet at the Massanutten Western Slope parking lot.
Description: Social road ride. ALL are welcome.
Time: 8:30pm Mondays.
Length: 60 to 90 minute road ride with a little social time afterward, and maybe a beverage.
Pace: We usually average around 15 mph. The goal is to ride as a group and have fun.
Location: Leaves from Shenandoah Bicycle Company, 135 South Main St, Harrisonburg, VA.
Ride Leader Contact Information: Thomas Jenkins 540-236-2001
Description: This is a “drop” road ride, but you will often find the group waiting up for some folks as the terrain and flow of the ride permits. However, there is no guarantee that the group will wait for you if you fall off the back. Generally, the group does not lose more than 25% of riders.
Time: 5:30pm on Tuesdays. 2019 season begins on March 12.
Pace: The ride averages close to 20mph, sometimes less depending on the hills.
Length: About 2 hours.
Location: Meet at Shenandoah Bicycle Company.
Ride Leader Contact Information: Email Kyle Lawrence or call with questions 571-277-8121
Additional Info: See the five routes that we rotate through here: Tuesday Night Ride Routes
Description: Intermediate, social road ride.
Time: 5:15pm SHARP. 2019 season begins March 13.
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 (540) 432-3312
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.
Description: Group ride of about 30 miles with an average speed of 17-18mph. This is not a no-drop ride, so it is helpful to know your way back if you fall off the pace. There are multiple routes and riders should be prepared to ride on dirt roads.
Time: 5:30pm on Thursdays. 2019 season starts March 14.
Length: +/-2 hour ride. 30-40 mile
Location: Meet at Rocktown Bicycles.
***Not a SVBCoalition Ride***
Description: A group mountain bike ride that explores the inner depths of the George Washington National Forest
Time: 3:00pm on Fridays. 2019 season begins April 5th.
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.
SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER: Rides being lead by Dan Finseth – contact information below. Start time 9:00 AM.
Description: Social intermediate road ride. No one is dropped. This is a ride for those that can ride at an intermediate pace. 40-50 miles in warm weather. 20-30 miles in cold weather.
Time: 9am Sundays.
Pace: Faster than Wednesday’s social ride and slower than Thursday’s steady ride.
Length: 2-4 hours.
Location: Leaves from Bridgewater’s Wildwood Park, West Bank St.