Greenbrier County Rides
The annual Wheels of Hope bicycle ride is a great way to get introduced to riding in the county. The Greenbrier Valley Bike Club also welcomes visitors. The Fall MS 150 bicycle ride is a great way to get introduced to riding in the county on a supported ride.
- Alderson, Sinks Grove, Clayton Loop,
Length 44, Rating
- Hokes Mill Loop, Length: 33.5, Rating 3.5
- Lewisburg-Alderson Loop, Length: 33 Miles, Rating: 3.1
- Lewisburg-Sinks Grove-BlueSuphur Loop, Length: 47; Rating:: 4.7
- Muddy Creek Mtn. - Sinks Grove Loop, Length: 29.8, Rating: 2.9
- Sinks Grove Loop A, Length: 5.1 miles, Rating: 0.4
- Sinks Grove Loop B, Length: 6.9 miles, Rating: 0.5
- Sinks Grove Loop AB, Length: 10.2 miles, Rating: 0.7
- Sinks Grove Loops ABC, Length:12.5 miles. Rating: 0.9
- Tour De Sinks, Length: 29 miles, Rating: 2.6
- Unus Loop, Length: 38.6, Rating: 3.6
A little about the county.
Greenbrier County is rich in history. It was the center of early frontier development in the area. There were a couple civil war engagements. One occurred in downtown Lewisburg.
Nearest Bike Shop: Hill and Holler Bicycle Works,121 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, WV
The listing of routes on this site is not a guarantee of the safety of the route. Cycling has inherent risks and riders skills vary. Traffic conditions vary by time of day, season and local events. Road conditions can vary and change and may change dramatically over one winter season. Riders need to ride within their capabilities and be alert for road hazards and traffic at all times.
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