Bike the Shenandoah Valley


Here is a list of events around the region, state, and nation. 
If you would like to have your event listed, please email us here

YEE-HA! Downhill Mountain Bike Race - April 29 & 30, 2017

The 2017 YEE-HA! race will be the first stop of the Maxxis Gravity Series. Pre-registration is open now! Please pre-register online now or register in person ($15 late fee applies). Event is held rain or shine at the Massanutten Bike Park trails. Chairlift #6 will be operating for the racers as well as the spectators. Spectators and fans are encouraged to attend the YEE-HA! event at no charge.

For more information check out the flyer or visit the website.

May is Bike Month! - May 2017

May is National Bike Month, an annual celebration that increases awareness and participation in bicycling as a healthy, economic, and sustainable transportation option. Two Bike to Work Day events will be taking place in the region on May 19th - the City of Staunton and the City of Harrisonburg. The Staunton Bike/Walk to Work Commuter Breakfast will be held downtown at the Wharf parking lot from 7:30A-9:30A. Harrisonburg's Bike to Work Day will be at the Court Square in downtown Harrisonburg from 7A-10A. Both events are free!

A Ride for the Animals with Anicira - May 13, 2017


On Saturday, May 13, 2017, Anicira Veterinary Center, a nonprofit organization serving the animals of our community, will host the 2017 Walk for the Animals at Melrose Caverns in Harrisonburg. This year a 25 mile bike ride has been added in partnership with the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.

The ride will begin at 10AM from Melrose Caverns. Registration opens at 9AM. When the riders have completed the course, they are invited to have lunch (included with registration), beer, and participate in the fun activities.

Participants raise money for animals in need by registering to ride and soliciting pledges. Every dollar counts.

Click here for more information or click here to register.

Fight for Air Ride | Greenbriar River Trail Bike Trek - May 18-21, 2017

This year we are celebrating our 30th Anniversary! Join us for a 3-day, 100-mile ride on the Greenbriar River Trail. This mountain bike adventure combines unforgettable mountain scenery with the unique sights of Pocahontas and Greenbriar Counties. Cyclists with varying levels of experience are invited. All meals, lodging, and transportation will be included, and sag service, medics, and mechanics will be provided.

There is a non-refundable registration fee and riders are required to raise $500 in pledges. Funds raised will benefit the American Lung Association in West Virginia to support its mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, advocacy, and education.

For questions about participating, donating, or sponsorship or to register visit the website.

The 2017 Lee Warren Queen City Century - June 10, 2017

We invite you to join us for the 3rd Annual Lee Warren Queen City Century Bike Tour, a ride through the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. The route will take riders west of Staunton, VA out into the countryside of Augusta County. The ride provides scenic vistas, county farms, small towns, and quiet rural roads. All the routes are paved and have low traffic volume.

The Century Route follows a clover leaf type pattern of four loops totaling 100 miles in distance. The Half Century option will complete two of these loops, totaling 50 miles. The Quarter Century option will complete the first loop, totaling 25 miles. Pre-Registration will cost $35 per rider. Day of registration will be $40 for all distances.

All proceeds benefit the mission of Renewing Homes of Greater Augusta.

Ride leaves from the Sunspots Pavilion in Historic Downtown Staunton off of West Johnson Street. The Century riders will depart at 7:30AM while the Half and Quarters will leave at 8:30AM.

For more information, visit the registration webpage.

Off the Eaten Path | Radical Roots Community Farm Event - June 17, 2017

The Ride | There are two distance options for this event, 10 and 25 miles. Both are pleasantly challenging, self-guided group rides on the rolling country roads of Keezletown, at the base of Massanutten Mountain. Route markers will be provided for guidance along the way, and the route consists of 100% paved roads with the exception of the start/finish on Flook Lane where the farm is located. The 250 mile ride begins promptly at 4:30PM, and the 10 miler at 5:30PM, both from Radical Roots Community Farm in Keezletown.

After the Ride | Upon returning to the farm, the event will shift gears to a relaxing meal and evening on the farm. The meal will be an authentic farm table supper set on a hill overlooking the rolling hills of  Keezletown. The food will be prepared by Taste a Food Company. It will include fresh ingredients straight off the farm (sourced from Radical Roots and other farms in the Keezletown area), and will be served family-style. The menu will be announced to registered participants prior to the event. Don't will be fantastic! Please indicate ahead of time if you have any food allergies so we can make any necessary substitutions.

Dates, Deadlines & Info | Online registration closes Thursday, June 15th at 11:59PM. Day of registration is NOT available due to the nature of the event. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled for a later date.

Visit the event webpage for more information or to register.

2017 Bike Virginia Tour - June 23-28, 2017

2017 marks 30 years of touring Virginia with amazing bike enthusiasts just like you! Bike Virginia has seen almost all of the state in our long history of exploring Virginia by rural back roads. We know you will find this area of the Shenandoah Valley beautiful and historical, and completely unique to Virginia.

We focus on great riding, relaxing, entertainment, exploration, fun and just the right services to keep you happy and comfortable. Come for a day, three days (weekend or weekday), or the whole six-day adventure!

Learn everything you want to know and more by visiting the Bike Virginia website.

Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival - October 20-22, 2017

Save the date - registration opens in May!

The Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival is one of the best fall rides around. Contact event coordinators to find out about the "local rider" discount!

Local Bicycle Clubs' Scheduled Rides/Weekly Events

Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition
Harrisonburg, VA
Click for Weekly Rides and Events

Milepost Zero
Waynesboro, VA
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Queen City Cycling
Staunton, VA
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Annual Events

The Harris- Roubaix gravel spring classic
Held in April
Harrisonburg/Rockingham County

Harrisonburg Bike to Work Day
Held on National Bike to Work Day (the third Friday in May)
Harrisonburg, VA

Annual Lexington Road & River Relay
Held in May
Lexington/Rockbridge County

Annual Bike Virginia Tour  
Held in June  

Massanutten Hoo-Ha  Professional Mountain Bike race
Held in June
Keezletown/Rockingham County

Tour de Burg
Held in July
Harrisonburg/Rockingham County

Jeremiah  Bishop's Grand Fondo Alpine Loop
Held in September
Harrisonburg/Rockingham County

Mountain Mama Road Bike Challenge
Held each August  
Monterey/Highland County

Shenandoah 100
Held in September
Stokesville/Augusta County

Shenandoah Valley Century
Held in September
Harrisonburg/Rockingham County

Tour de Valley
Held in September
Waynesboro, Augusta County

Annual Hill of a Climb Bike Race
Held in October
Buena Vista/Rockbridge County

Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival
Held in October
City of Staunton, Augusta County

Shenandoah Mountain Bike Festival
Held in October
Stokesville, VA


Shenandoah Valley Cycling