May 15, 2021

“Coffee with Mayor Kelly”

“Coffee with Kelly” Leesburg Mayor Kelly Burk will be holding a coffee meet and greet at Maverick Cafe in Virginia Village Shopping Center on Saturday May 15, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

Come join us and take the time to bend the Mayor’s ear and enjoy coffee from Lone Oak and sweet treats from The Difference Baker & Dolce & Ciabatta Bakery. #loneoak#thedifferencebaker#loneoakcoffee

June 5-6, 2021

The Armed Forces Cycling Classic

UNITED STATES – June 1, 2019: The mens professional field at the 22nd Armed Forces Cycling Classic Crystal Cup which is the first day of racing in Arlington Virginia to determine the weekend’s Omnium competition. (Photo By Douglas Graham/WLP)

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June 13, 2021

1725 Gravel Grinder

The Loudoun 1725 Gravel Grinder is a scenic bike ride along historic gravel roads in Northern Virginia.  Located east of the Blue Ridge, in lush Loudoun Valley, these crushed rock roadways meander through awe inspiring beauty, past stone walls, grand estates, horse farms, wineries, bubbling creeks, tiny hamlets, and significant historical sites.  Riding these roads is a sublime experience – like stepping back in time and cycling through history.

With over 300 miles of gravel road dating back to the early 1700s, Loudoun County Virginia boasts the largest and oldest intact network of gravel roads in the United States. When settlement in this area officially began in the year 1725, these roads were first used by mills and farms to get goods to market and by settlers to get to town and church. Today these special routes are used by residents, farmers, visitors, equestrians, and cyclists.

The event will start and finish at Salamander Resort in the quaint town of Middleburg.  Salamander is a perfect setting for the event, with plentiful amenities, huge parking areas, and a gorgeous staging area.  From Salamander, riders will embark along a 40, 60, or 80-mile route.  The ride will be fully marked and supported, with well stocked rest stops, mechanical and SAG support, and great post-ride food and beer!


September 25, 2021

Tour de Conservation Easement

All new and unique Tour de Conservation Easement gravel ride on the beautiful roads and through gorgeous private properties of Loudoun and Fauquier Counties, Virginia. Saturday, September 25th Put it on your calendar, register now, you won’t want to miss it! All new Metric Century course – over 60% gravel. New properties never toured on previous rides. Something for every level – short, medium length courses, as well as Metric Century. Fully supported with SAG Wagons and well supplied rest…


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