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Bluegrass Valley

71.5miles
7,915ft elevation
No gravel
Well worth the drive. Starts from Confederate Breastworks.


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TDB “short” Road Day

Inspired by one of the stages of Harrisonburg's best grassroots events, this ride has it all - pavement climb up Reddish, a ripping gravel descent, and gravel "TT" to Stokesville. Make sure you refuel at the Stokesville store! You'll be hungry for sure, especially with a decent amount of miles remaining to get back home! Oh, and bring plenty of flat repair stuff! :) -Kelly
77.3 miles
6,224ft elevation
GRAVEL


Shenandoah Mountain

79.1 miles
7,425ft elevation
No gravel, includes going to the top of Reddish Knob


East Side of Massanutten

85.8 miles
8,257ft elevation
Decent gravel climbs w/steep grades


Orkeny Springs

89.2miles
6,915ft elevation
Has some gravel roads.


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Mixed Terrain Century(-ish)

96.8 miles
8,851ft elevation
Gravel Climbs & Descents


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SVBC Century

Visit svbcoalition.org to learn more about the actual event (held in mid-September), and join the coalition!

There is no gravel on this ride!

99.6miles
5,728ft elevation