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 agencies: Mennonite Central Committee, Virginia Mennonite Missions, MennoMedia, Our Community Place, Roberta Webb Child Care Center, and New Bridges Immigrant Resource Center. The event draws more than 100 riders each year for ride options ranging from the 62, 30, 15 and the 5 mile family ride. This is a fully supported event with rest stops and SAG support.
Riders are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the starting time. All activities will be outside and practice physical distancing.