Staunton, Mt. Horeb, Middlebrook?
Our event is unique in that in just one weekend you can choose from eleven different routes. And every year we get comments that our routes are outstanding so we feel certain that you will enjoy your ride no matter your choice. Routes leave from Shelburne Middle School (our home base) in Staunton on both days. But there are also routes that begin and end at “remote” locations. This is good to keep in mind when planning your weekend with us.
On Saturday there are six routes. Three begin and end at Shelburne and three at the remote site which is Mt.Horeb Presbyterian Church near Grottoes, VA. It is 23 miles northeast of Shelburne and is quickly reached by Interstate 81. It also serves as the lunch site for all six routes.
Sunday concludes the festival with five routes. Our primary Sunday route begins/ends at Shelburne but the other four begin and end at the remote location which is Middlebrook Community Center in Middlebrook, VA. The community center is our brunch site for all five rides and is 13 miles from Shelburne south on VA Route 252.
Brief route descriptions as well as the addresses and driving directions for Shelburne and both remote sites can be found under this same section of the website. The route descriptions, along with detailed turn by turn directions (cue sheets), will be part of your registration packet.
PLEASE NOTE: Even if starting at a remote site, it is still necessary for you to register at Shelburne Middle School.