Ride Info

The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition is a big reason we have such amazing trails and safe road routes in and around Harrisonburg.  Visit the Coalition's website to see just a few of the awesome rides for road and trail.  Keep in mind, this just barely scratches the surface.  Visit our video gallery or our vimeo page to see a bunch of local riding videos.

The George Washington National Forest (GWNF) is one of the greatest places to ride your bike. It stretches the entire western part of Virginia and is the front door to mountain biking in West Virginia. With over 1.8 million acres you can easily get lost, so if you want to get the scoop stop by the Shenandoah Bicycle Company or better yet take a tour with Shenandoah Mountain Touring. Over the past 10 years they have experienced almost all the trails of Western Virginia, so let them make your next riding experience a memorable one.

We have the latest maps, books and periodicals for local riding. Stop by our shop (directions) or give us a call (540-437-9000) to get any books, maps, or information. And don't hesitate to drop us an e-mail if you have any questions (contact us).

Maps


We have a wide assortment of the National Geographic/Trails Illustrated maps available for sale.  Stop in and pick one up, or give us a call and we can send one to you. All are $11.95


Areas we try to keep in stock:




  • Staunton/Shenandoah Mountain (791) - This is our local map.

  • Massanutten & Great North Mtn (792)

  • Shenandoah (National Park) (228)

  • Lexington Blue Ridge Mts (789)

  • Covington Alleghany Highlands (788)

  • Blacksburg New River Valley (787)

  • Mount Rogers (786)

  • New River Blueway (773)