Bike Shenandoah

Tucked between the Alleghenies and the Blue Ridge Mountains, the rolling hills, farms, and cities of the Shenandoah Valley are renowned for beauty and history. Vibrant and growing cities mix with Old Order Mennonite farms, restored mills, Civil War battlegrounds, and dirt roads.

As the colors change in fall, what better way is there to soak up the view than on a bicycle ride?

Bike Shenandoah is a family-friendly and healthy way to support six local entities, including Virginia Mennonite Missions and the Stephen R. Leaman Memorial Endowment for Missions. The other benefitting agencies are Mennonite Central Committee, NewBridges Immigrant Resource Center, Our Community Place, and Roberta Webb Child Care Center.

Fall ride day schedule: Saturday, September 18, 2021

7:30 am – Metric Century (62-mile)
9:00 am – 30 mile
10:00 am – 15 mile
11:00 am – 5 mile family ride

The four fall rides begin from Eastern Mennonite School, 801 Parkwood Dr., Harrisonburg, VA, 22802. Riders are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the starting time.

Adult registration: $50 ($55 on day of ride)
Diamond sponsor employee, student, or child: $25 ($30 on day of ride)
T-shirts: $10 (Free with sponsorships of $100 or more over registration)

Ride amenities:

SAG support
Masks and bottled water will be provided

You should bring:

bike in good repair
water bottle
tire patch kit
appropriate layers of clothing
gloves (optional)
mirror (optional)
cell phone
camera (optional)
sunglasses (optional)

Visit the official Bike Shenandoah website to learn more and register here.
Email questions to [email protected]


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