07.24.2015 Blacksburg Mountain Biking Skills Park

The Friends of the Huckleberry Trail and the Town of Blacksburg are launching an Indegogo Campaign to raise funds to build the only mountain biking skills park in southwest Virginia. The park, located off Meadowbrook Road at the base of the Jefferson National forest will be constructed in two phases. Phase one will offer over 3500 feet of trails and a 6,250 square foot pump park for all ages and skill

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02.21.2014 Notice of Work on the Trail

Beginning February 24, 2014 and continuing for approximately one month, contractors will be working on the Huckleberry Trail segment between the Route 460 tunnel and Tech Center Drive.  The contractors will have drill rigs on site to construct a number of bore holes.  The work is being done in preparation for the new Southgate Interchange. While the trail will not be closed, pedestrians, cyclists and other trail users are asked

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11.05.2013 Blacksburg Adds Bike Repair Station at Library

In a partnership with the New River Valley Bicycle Association (NRVBA) and the Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library, the Town of Blacksburg recently installed a “Fixit” bicycle service station at the library. The station is a repair stand with bicycle-specific tools and air pump. Cyclists can make minor repairs and adjustments on the road rather than carrying tools or walking home. The NRVBA donated the Fixit station to the Town and believes

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10.22.2013 Route 114 Bridge Under Construction

  As VDOT continues work on widening Route 114, construction for the new Huckleberry Trail bridge is well underway.  Bridge abutments and ramps are taking shape.  The bridge construction is projected to be complete in 2014.  With additional trail work on the south side of the bridge, the trail will be extended to the Christiansburg Recreation Center. See WSLS news coverage here.

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From Blacksburg Striders:
Rails to Trail Map
Roanoke Times Map
Christiansburg Extension Map
Hethwood Extension Map

From the New River Vally Bicycle Association:
Aerial Map

From TrailLink.com:
Google Map

From Friends of the Huckleberry Trail:
Future of the Huckleberry Trail
Tunnel to Hethwood