Monday Night Moderate
Beginning Monday, April 5th, 2021, the start time for the Bike Stop's Monday Moderate Ride is changing to 5:30pm,
Meet in the parking lot area behind the Bike Stop on 1st Street.
The 20-mile route we follow can be found here.
There are definitely a few challenging hills and we’ll be on Meetze Road for a short distance.
REMINDER: If you’re fairly new to cycling and are not sure of the average speed you can maintain or distance you can cycle, you’re strongly encouraged to attend one of the Bike Stop's shorter Saturday Social Ride first.
Important note: Riders who arrive late will be left behind! No SAG (support) is provided. Make sure your bike is in good working condition and bring appropriate gear (spare tube, pump, patch kit, tire levers, etc.) to make repairs if needed.
***ALL RIDES ARE WEATHER PERMITTING! Check Facebook or Instagram if bad weather is in the forecast.***
This is the well-known Bike Stop ride route for the Monday Moderate rides. This is a 20-mile loop starts and ends at The Bike Stop. If your looking for a fun scenic route with some punchy rollers, this is your route. You can even stop at a local Farm Brewery if that’s your thing.
This is a 33 mile ride loop starting and ending at The Bike Stop. Its one of our favorite routes with just about 1,400 ft elevation gain. The route gives you scenic pasture views and even a winery!
This is a beautiful 35-mile route with some nice climbs and majestic scenery and a total elevation gain of 2,400 ft. Stop off in the town of Marshall if you want to explore what this quaint town has to offer.
This 55.5-mile route has some great climbs and takes you right past Barrel Oak Winery, so if your feeling like taking in some Virginia wine and great views of the mountains, this is a must-see. Total elevation gain is 4,248 ft.
This is a very short loop, being that it has a very punchy climb and a bombing decent which is not for the faint of heart. This route is only 12.2 miles, but with an elevation gain of 1,114 ft.
This is an epic ride that takes you to the town of Sperryville, VA via Skyline Drive. Skyline Drive is a national park and there is a small entrance fee entering the park. Please note: Skyline Drive, and the overlook points and the Shenandoah Nation Park get very busy and there is a lot of vehicular traffic on the weekend.