Cycling Scenic West Virginia

Photos to Help Get You in the Biking Mood

Blooming redbuds means Spring is here! A warm Spring day and a country lane are made for biking. Life is good at the top of a climb. Riders enjoying the Wheels of Hope ride in Lewisburg. Liz and Jay check out the 100+ yo viaduct and suspended brige near Rowlesburg in Preston County. Ambler Ridge, Preston County Liz taking in the view from Ambler Ridge. Near Terra Alta. Buster doing the Horsey Hundred in 2007. For many, the Horsey Hundred in Georgetown, Ky. is the official kickoff of the Summer riding season. Thru the horse farms in the Lexington area. Horsey Hundred Breakfast at Georgetown College. Always good to reach the high point of the ride. Views best seen from a bike. New pavement (well almost new) is always a treat. Getting ready for a ride. Ladies at the Wheels of Hope. Are we having fun yet! On every rider, some rain must Fall, but we can still smile. Some riders are just naturally fast. Climbing Spruce Knob. Arriving at the Summit of Spruce Knob. You never know what you will see on a bike.  I put this fine young lady in the field behind the red gate.  Hope I did not get someone accuse of cattle rustling. If you are alive when you reach Spring Hill Cemetery, you have great view of Charleston. Clover Lick Oxbow is always something I look forward to seeing on my bike. Entrance to "The Loop" on Back Mountain Road.  The best cycling road in WV - my opinion of course. Leaving "The Loop." Wheelers stop at the Oil and Gas Museam in Burning Springs. Woodrow Road.  Highland Scenic Highway is on the mountain in the background. Time to cool off at the top of the climb. Wirt County Courthouse in Elizabeth is a good photo opp. Ready to go! Bikes are the best way to see the Robert C. Byrd Telescope at the Greenbank Observatory. Gene went over 100,000 on his bike. Gallie waiting on the gang. Post ride meals are the best. Locust Creek Covered Bridge. Locust Creek Road Fall foilage is best seen from a bike. Ride on. Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park overlook. 10_07_07_009 Climibing Droop Mt. Wheelers Fall Camping weekend a few years back. Back Mountain Road near Edray. Group break in downtown Clover Lick. Marlinton Vineyard Ridge, Roane County A country lane waiting for a bike. Roane County rest stop. Hollywood Road, Roane County. Top of another climb. The breakaway. The Peleton. Labies taking a break. Both sides now. Post ride picnic puts smiles on everyone's faces. Climbing Muddy Creek Mountain. Blue Sulphur Springs Heading to Blue Sulphur. Headning to Blue Sulphur. Big Levels of Greenbrier County. Along Route 60.  Greenbrier County. Greenbrier County. A rest stop on an early Wheels of Hope Ride out of Lewisburg. I was a little concerned when this fellow came bounding at me, but he was friendly. Camping is a great way to extend you outdoor biking experience. Coal River Valley. Fort Spring oxbow.  Greenbrier County. Riders on Paint Creek Road.  No longer suitable for group rides. Mountain biking gets you up close with nature. Early Spring Ride.
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