12th Annual Shenandoah Valley Bike Festival, Harrisonburg, VA

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  1. Experience the beauty of the Shenandoah Valley At the 12th Annual Shenandoah Valley Bike Festival
    July 26, 2003 Held on the campus of Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, Virginia

    The Event and Area The Shenandoah Valley Bike Festival offers a wide variety of options for both the
    beginner and the more experienced rider. Held on the weekend of July 26th, 2003, the scenic rides
    have been designed to showcase the exceptional beauty of the Shenandoah Valley. Rides range in
    length from 20 to 100 miles.

    We invite you to come and truly experience the Shenandoah Valley by bicycle. Enjoy the breeze
    brushing against your face as you experience nature with no barriers.

    Registration Includes: Great Food Ride Maps Sag Wagons Rest Stops Shower Facilities Mechanical
    Support Water and Gatorade

    Festival Sponsored in Part By: Kinkos for printing brochures and maps. Shenandoah Valley Electric
    Cooperative for providing coolers and other supplies.

    Proceeds from the Festival are donated to Our Community Place

    This is tourist season, so make your reservations early. Area Lodging (registration fee does not
    include lodging) The Village Inn (540) 434-7355 Comfort Inn (540) 433-6066 Days Inn (540) 433-9353
    Holiday Inn Express (540) 433-9999 Marriott Courtyard (540) 432-3031 For additional information
    contact the Harrisonburg/ Rockingham Convention and Visitors Center at
    (540) 434-2319.

    THE RIDES Ride Difficulty Miles Start Time Century A/B 100 7:00 AM Metric Century A/B 65 7:30 AM
    Morning Challenge B 40 8:00 AM Morning Loop B/C 20 9:00 AM Afternoon Loop C 20 1:30 PM

    In addition, there will be a Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Club ride on Friday evening at 5:30 and a
    Volunteer Recognition ride on Sunday morning at 9:00 am. Ride Ratings: A-Difficult (hills and
    lengthy); B-Moderate to difficult (rolling hills); C-Moderate to easy. The Festival and its
    volunteers cannot guarantee sag wagons and rest stops for those individuals leaving on a ride at an
    unscheduled time. Pre-ride instructions are important for all riders for purposes of safety and
    possible route changes.

    For more information and a registration form, please see http://neups.tripod.com/svbf.html or visit
    Active.com
     
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