The Wilderness Road Ride is a scenic and historical adventure that follows part of Daniel Boone’s Wilderness Road. This is a recreational ride for all cycling levels to enjoy, with something for everyone - 5 routes to choose from ranging from a 26 mile relaxed journey for novices, to a century challenge for the fittest cyclist. This is a great ride for cyclists of all ages and athletic abilities. This year's ride is Saturday, May 27, 2023. Date subject to change in the event of state, county or city restrictions.
All routes will start and finish at Bisset Park, shelter #2, right, alongside the New River. Non-riders can enjoy beautiful Bisset Park, the New River, and downtown Radford, while their families and friends are out riding. Fully supported aid stations will be positioned at regular intervals along the course and the start/finish location. Aid stations will be supplied with Heed Hammer Nutrition fuel, as well as water and plenty of other snacks. SAG vehicles will be on the course for emergencies.
All pre-registered riders are guaranteed a technical t-shirt and other goodies. Detailed maps and cue sheets will be available at the start of the ride.
If you are planning to attend this event (and have registered on the official ride website), you can register here to let other BRBC riders know you're going. You can also look at the Registration List here to see other BRBC riders planning to attend.
This is not a BRBC organized event. You can reach out to other BRBC riders who've registered here to meet up on the ride, if you like.