This is a GREAT EVENT! We hope you can come down for it!
 

Website info & Registration: http://alpineloopgranfondo.com/

Mission

The City of HarrisonburgHarrisonburg Downtown RenaissanceNorthend Greenway, Plan Our Park, Prostate Cancer Awareness ProjectRockingham Memorial Hospital, and Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition are some of the many non-profits and organizations that the Alpine Loop Gran Fondo closely works with to carry out the charitable mission of the Alpine Loop Gran Fondo.

In addition to these beneficiaries, the event also provides financial and other tangible support to its many non-profit and community-based partners including: Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition Mountain Bike Festival, Rocktown Cyclocross Festival, Our Community Place Kitchen, Clover Hill Volunteer Rescue Squad, Brandywine Volunteer Fire Department, North Fork Volunteer Rescue Squad, Harrisonburg High School Varsity Cheer, Rocktown Racing, and Harrisonburg High School Key Club.

2015 fundraising will support initiatives of the following:

Plan Our Park

Downtown revitalization; a gathering place for community
A venue for the Alpine Loop Gran Fondo

There is considerable momentum building in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The community
boasts a thriving downtown environment. What could be better than a centralized park
and gathering place where families can picnic, individuals can relax, children can play
and groups can come together for special events?

Prostate Cancer Awareness Project
Prostate cancer awareness and early detection

The mission of Prostate Cancer Awareness Project is to significantly increase the
prostate cancer survivor rate by dramatically increasing the rate of early detection,
with the objective that that no man experiences a surprise, post-metastasis prostate
cancer diagnosis. We do this through awareness events around the country. Be part
of one!

Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition
Cycling opportunities and advocacy

The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) envisions an active and
organized cycling community in the central Shenandoah Valley that represents
all types and levels of cycling and cyclists. The SVBC will further the interests
of its diverse membership by advocating for, and providing resources to the
cycling community so Harrisonburg and the Central Shenandoah Valley will
become known as a center of safe, sustainable and enjoyable cycling on roads,
trails, and streets.