Enjoy a variety of routes traveling through southern Augusta and northern Rockbridge Counties. Sunday’s route all “clover leaf” from Middlebrook Community Center so you can build the perfect combination of distance.
SCENES FROM SUNDAY
Wanna put a RideWithGPS route on your Garmin device?
Refer to these instructions online — or watch the instructional video below. (Our routes are well-marked on the road and your Event Guide has detailed tear-out route maps with turn-by-turn cue sheets. So even if you can’t get these maps to talk to your device, don’t sweat it. We’ve got you covered!)
BUILD YOUR DISTANCE
CENTURY = Hebron Loop + Raphine Loop + McKinley Loop
73 MILES = Hebron Loop + Raphine Loop
LAZY METRIC = Hebron Loop + McKinley Loop
SUNDAY HEBRON LOOP | GREEN
STARTS AT: MIDDLEBROOK COMMUNITY CENTER | The Sunday Hebron Loop is a newly updated 37.7-mile course that passes a number of beautiful Field of Gold farms in southern Augusta County, with a rest stop in the parking lot of Taylor & Boody Organ Builders. NOTE: Please ride this loop FIRST as the rest stops will close on the Green Loop at 12 noon.
STARTS AT: MIDDLEBROOK COMMUNITY CENTER | The Raphine Loop takes a trip down into the wine country of Rockbridge County. Enjoy the beautiful farmland and rolling hill vistas on this 44 mile loop. NOTE: If you are also planning to ride Hebron (Green), please do so before riding this loop as the Hebron rest stops close first.
SUNDAY McKINLEY | YELLOW
STARTS AT: Middlebrook Community Center |McKinley Loop for Sunday is a beautiful loop that crosses both north and south of Middlebrook Road. (Word has it that sometimes you can find a lemonade stand set up on this route by enterprising young kids!) NOTE: If you are also planning to ride Hebron (Green), please do so before riding this loop as the Hebron rest stops close first.
STARTS AT: Middlebrook Community Center | The Tour de Farm Loop has some nice upgrades for 2019, with a new direction (less travel on Middlebrook Road), a longer route with almost half the route on gravel. NOTE: 2021 map stops will update this summer.
SUNDAY FAMILY | PINK
STARTS AT: Middlebrook Community Center | The Family Route is a fairly flat ride with only about 500 feet of elevation gain over 10 miles. It winds through the quiet countryside near the town of Middlebrook with picturesque views of farmland and the old Mish barn.