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North Garden – Dudley (25, C, MH)

Crossroads Store 4916 Plank Rd, North Garden, VA

This route is a variation of the longer Batesville – Dudley route.  This route takes you through North Garden first, travels counterclockwise, and is not as hilly as the longer route. Route page: North Garden - Dudley...

New Addition – Heards Mountain Batesville Gravel Ride (28, G, H)

Crossroads Store 4916 Plank Rd, North Garden, VA

The Heards Mountain Ride was originally scheduled for January 22, which had lousy weather.  Due to popular demand, it is back on for this Sunday, January 29... This route from Crossroads Store is a variation of...

SH – Free Union-Boonesville (36, B/C, MH)

Spring Hill Baptist Church 2620 Frays Mill Road, Ruckersville, VA

From Spring Hill Baptist Church, this route takes you on Frays Mill Rd, Advance Mills Rd, Frays Mtn Rd, Buffalo River Rd, Simmons Gap Rd, Buck Mtn Rd, Free Union Rd, Boonesville Rd, Simmons Gap Rd,...

SH-Pea Ridge-Simmons (33, B/C, MH)

Spring Hill Baptist Church 2620 Frays Mill Road, Ruckersville, VA

From Spring Hill Baptist Church, the short route takes you on Spring Hill Rd, Cedar Grove Rd, Advance Mills Rd, Durrett Ridge Rd, Celt Rd, Pea Ridge Rd, Dyke Rd, Simmons Gap Rd, Buffalo River Rd,...

Grottoes – Port Republic (39 & 47, B, MH)

Waynesboro Constitution Park 215 West Main Street, Waynesboro, VA

This is a beautiful ride through the open farmland of the central Shenandoah Valley. The route runs mostly north and south and therefore is fairly flat. There is one hilly section on the long route between...

New Hope (26 & 36, C, MH & MF)

Waynesboro Constitution Park 215 West Main Street, Waynesboro, VA

This route is a shorter variation of the Grottoes – Port Republic route.  The longer version makes it as far north as Grottoes.  This is also a beautiful ride through the open farmland of the central...

Albemarle – Greene (29, C, MH)

Stony Point Elementary School 3893 Stony Point Rd, Keswick, VA

This is a short, easy, fun ride with just a few significant hills. Route page: Albemarle - Greene Click on the image below for the RWGPS page. * Please indicate you will attend by leaving a comment...

Green Mountain Schuyler Gravel Ride (27, G, H)

Schuyler North Route 6 (Irish Rd) & Route 723 (Sharon Rd), Schuyler, VA

​The route covers a number of shady, quiet gravel roads with lots of rollers but no major climbs. It is made up of several loops in a sort of squashed cloverleaf, making it easy to shorten...

SH-Albano (30, B/C, MH)

Spring Hill Baptist Church 2620 Frays Mill Road, Ruckersville, VA

From Spring Hill Baptist Church, this route takes you on Frays Mill Rd, Burnley Station Rd, Burnley Rd, Ridge Rd, Albano Rd, Taylorsville Rd, Toms Rd, Fredricksburg Rd, US-33, Amicus Rd, Dunnes Shop Rd, Advance Mills...

SH-Dyke-Celt (29, B/C, MH)

Spring Hill Baptist Church 2620 Frays Mill Road, Ruckersville, VA

From Spring Hill Baptist Church, this route takes you on Frays Mill Rd, Advance Mills Rd, Frays Mtn Rd, Buffalo River Rd, Simmons Gap Rd, Buck Mtn Rd, Markwood Rd, Dyke Rd, Amicus Rd, Celt Rd,...

Bacon Hollow (35 & 42, B, MH)

Earlysville Firehouse 283 Reas Ford Road, Charlottesville, VA

This modestly hilly ride covers much of the Earlysville area. The medium and long routes include a nice climb up Bacon Hollow, which is famous for its moonshine operations during the Prohibition era (a local winery...

Bacon Hollow (26 & 35, C, MH)

Earlysville Firehouse 283 Reas Ford Road, Charlottesville, VA

This modestly hilly ride covers much of the Earlysville area. The medium and long routes include a nice climb up Bacon Hollow, which is famous for its moonshine operations during the Prohibition era (a local winery...

Important Reminder

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Ride Classification

For details on how group rides are categorized, check out the Ride Classification guidelines.

Requirements For Riders

All riders are required to have a helmet; a taillight, Road ID and a rear-view mirror is strongly recommended.  You are also expected to have adequate fluids and a road-worthy bicycle in good repair.  Many rides, but not all, will include the opportunity to stop at a store to replenish supplies.

You should be prepared to fix a flat tire and perform other minor repairs on the roadside.  If you are new to cycling and are not comfortable with these procedures, don’t let that stop you.  However, you might want to talk to a more experienced member before the ride so the group is prepared to help if necessary.

Safety On The Road

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