2019 Board of Director Elections

Coalition Position on City of Harrisonburg Scooter/Bike Regulations

2/11: Annual Coalition Potluck

1/14: January Social in Ruby's Arcade

2/11: Annual Coalition Potluck

Join us for our annual potluck on Monday evening February 11 in Ruby’s (Basement of Clementine). This is an annual tradition…

2019 Board of Director Elections

Your Bicycle Coalition relies on our Board of Directors to help steer and guide the organization on our quest to Build Better Communities in the Valley by using the Bicycle as a catalyst for change. The Board consists of nine directors who each serve a three-year term. We have three seats up for election each…

2019 Board of Director Elections

Your Bicycle Coalition relies on our Board of Directors to help steer and guide the organization on our quest to Build Better Communities in the Valley by using the Bicycle as a catalyst for change. The Board consists of nine directors who each serve a three-year term. We have three seats up for election each…

Coalition Position on City of Harrisonburg Scooter/Bike Regulations

Want to read the City of Harrisonburg’s full permit proposal? It is on the City of Harrisonburg Council Agenda for 2/12 and can be found online by CLICKING HERE. The proposed permit is found on 7.b. While we have a number of concerns outlined below, in a broad sense, we are concerned with equity and the…

2/11: Annual Coalition Potluck

Join us for our annual potluck on Monday evening February 11 in Ruby’s (Basement of Clementine). This is an annual tradition where we transform our February social into a potluck at dinner time. We will meet at 6 pm rather than the usual 7pm time. Please bring a dish to share (ideally label it) and plan to buy drinks from the bar.…

1/14: January Social in Ruby’s Arcade

***Location Change***Monday, January 14, 2019, We will meet in Ruby’s Arcade while Clementine is temporarily closed. We will meet at our regular time of 7:00 pm. More details on Ruby’s Arcade: https://www.rubysarcade.com/  What it looks like: Most folks arrive around 7:00 pm, order food, and/or drinks, hang out and chat.  Somewhere between 7:30 and 8 pm, we…

2/3: Superbowl Sunday Ride

When: Sunday, February 3 @ Riding at 10:00 AM Where: Park at Briery Branch Community Center and bike up to Flagpole Knob (Highest point in Rockingham County) Why: To enjoy winter mountain biking with 100 of your closest friends before watching the big game Option: A group will ride from town up to Flagpole and back. They will leave Mr J’s…

A Place for Everyone

Consider your Bicycle Coalition as 2018 comes to a close and help us reach our December fundraising goal of $5,000. With your help and by DONATING TODAY, we will continue harnessing the power and joy of the bicycle to build better communities We are a 501c3 non-profit and your donations are tax-deductible. Donate TODAY Gretchen Sallah and…

2018- The Year of the Dog

Consider your Bicycle Coalition as 2018 comes to a close and help us reach our December fundraising goal of $5,000. With your help and by DONATING TODAY, we will continue harnessing the power and joy of the bicycle to build better communities We are a 501c3 non-profit and your donations are tax-deductible. Donate TODAY The Year of…

Construction Begins on the Northend Greenway!

End of Year Appeal: As 2018 comes to a close we are asking our community for your financial support. We exist because of our members, donors, and volunteers. We are committed to developing a network of Greenways in our communities. The Northend Greenway is only the beginning of this network we can’t wait for the…

Bicycling Through Life’s Ups and Downs

From your Bicycle Coalition: This is the start of a series where those hard-working volunteers who serve on our Board of Directors write blog posts to give you a window into their connection to the bicycle and the Coalition as an organization. Our first post comes from one of our newest board members, Corrie Green. Corrie tells…

New Harrisonburg Safe Routes to School Coordinator

From the Bicycle Coalition: We are very excited to have a new Safe Routes to School Coordinator in place for the City of Harrisonburg. The National Safe Routes to School program started in part because “In 1969, 41 percent of children in grades K–8 lived within one mile of school, and of those kids, 89 percent…