Shenandoah Mountain Bike Festival (20th Annual)

  • Friday, October 07, 2016
  • 12:00 PM
  • Sunday, October 09, 2016
  • 7:00 PM
  • Stokesville Campground
  • 56

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Includes:
    -Three days of riding
    -Three days of food
    -Two nights camping

    ($100pre / $110 on-site)
  • Includes:
    -Two days of riding
    -Two days of food
    -One night of Camping

    ($85 pre / $95 onsite)
  • Includes:
    -One day of riding
    -One day of food
    -no camping

    ($35 pre / $40 onsite)
  • Includes:
    -Three days of riding
    -Three days of food
    -Two nights camping

    ($110pre / $120 on-site)
  • Includes:
    -Two days of riding
    -Two days of food
    -One night of Camping

    ($95 pre / $105 onsite)
  • Includes:
    -One day of riding
    -One day of food
    -no camping

    ($45 pre / $50 onsite)
  • This is in addition to your registration prices listed above.

    Includes:
    -30 Amp electric
    -Water/Sewer

Registration is closed

20th Annual Shenandoah Mountain Bike Festival

October 7-9, 2016 – Stokesville, VA

The showing of the prior year-in-pictures has become an annual Festival tradition.  Check out the 2012 Festival slide show here!

The Shenandoah Mountain Bike Festival originated in 1997 and has since become a highlight of Virginia’s fall cycling scene. The Festival is the largest fundraiser for the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) undefined the funds from the Festival help SVBC achieve our goals of promoting, educating and increasing cycling awareness in the Shenandoah Valley.

The trail and road riding around Stokesville and in the George Washington National Forest is beautiful and very challenging. When you ride from the Festival location expect plenty of gravel roads, county paved roads, Forest Service fire roads, endless single track trail riding and big old fashion mountains.

During the Festival weekend there is plenty of time to experience the great riding in the area and the opportunity to camp and meet fellow cyclists. An important component of the Festival is giving back to the trails of the National Forest. The two trail work sessions over the weekend have become the largest volunteer trail work projects in the North River Ranger District. The trail work sessions are a great opportunity for those wishing to learn about trail maintenance and wanting to give back to the trails we all use.

There are also plenty of fun activities for everyone around the campground including a playground for kids, bonfires, and miles of gravel roads for folks who want to ride bikes but don’t want to go mountain biking. We hope you will join us for the great riding, trail care, friendships and fall foliage.

General Information

  • Weekend of riding, trail work, eating and hanging out
  • Group rides starting Friday afternoon through Sunday
  • All proceeds will benefit the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition
  • Stokesville, VA is in the heart of the George Washington National Forest 25 miles southwest of Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • All riders are welcome…there is plenty of room for camping
  • This is an all volunteer event, so it would be splendid if you would volunteer.  And it’s fun! Volunteer sign-up coming soon.
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