Saturday, September 24, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Saturday, September 10, 2011
of Virginia's George Washington National Forest then by bicycle.
Whether it is gliding along on singletrack, riding the dirt road
overtop the scenic mountain or ascending a paved road climb to your
favorite mountain top sunset picnic spot. Waterfalls are always a
Visiting Bear Draft Trail - it is looking very good.
Caught up with some friends for the SVBC friday meeting at Flag Pole
Had a chance to ride with our IMBA guys, Rich Edwards AND Frank
Maguire, that was pretty cool!
IMBA is pushing forward a great plan to improve the Blue Ridge Parkway
Roanoke connection. Alternative "C" Check www.imba.com if you 4
minutes to comment and make a difference for everyone. Alternatve C
will keep the Roanoke Greenway from being blocked!! This trail has
vastly improved the quality of life for those in Roanoke. Residents
and visitors now have a safe place to walk, ride, and run. This
connection has become a great commuter route too giving residents a
GREAT opportunity to live a healthier lifestyle.
Great day in the woods it was!
A dip in that waterfall brings back some AMAZING memories of simpler times!
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Stokesville is looking good! Still a few more days to finish cleanup and have it ready for Oct 7-9 SVBC Festival
Stokesville is looking good after a SUPER fun Shenandoah Mountain 100. Still a few more days to finish cleanup and have it ready for Oct 7-9 SVBC Shenandoah Mountain Bike Festival. You can register for the festival on Active.com
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Huge thanks to Brock Lowery, Rich Edwards, Marshall Hammond, Thomas Jenkins, SVBC, IMBA, USFS, Bridgewater College and SMT for all the contributions to the Shenandoah Mountain 100 trails!!
Shaffer Hollow trail is looking sooo much better for the SHENANDOAH MOUNTAIN 100. BOB trailer is the best way to get to the work site to do finish work!