Six Pack Downhill

Before suspension stems and 29″ rims, a culture of insanity was sprouting deep in the shadows of the George Washington National Forest with the 1992 Dollar Downhill races. Racers would throw down one whole dollar for an entry fee and go scream down trails west of Harrisonburg each Friday in the Fall.  Racers grew dissatisfied with race fees going to the after party tab at Luigi’s.  A culture shift happened in 1995, springing forth a tradition of the 6-Pack Downhill.

In 2012, we celebrate the 18th year of 6-Pack Downhill rides.  Each Friday at 3pm, riders congregate at the Food Lion parking lot with 6-pack entry fees and fat tire bikes ready to shred.