On Saturday and Sunday, the route starts and finishes at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, NC. Route options are designed to fit all types of cyclists. From beginners to experts, Bike MS is for everyone. To truly enjoy the ride, get ready for a few hills.
The route will be clearly marked with directional signs and arrows. There are also volunteers on the route to help you along the way. You’ll receive a cue sheet in your Rider Packet and you can download route to your GPS this Summer.
Road Distance Options
Saturday Routes - 15, 35, 50, 65, 80, 100 Miles
Sunday Routes - 16, 24, 40, 50, 65 Miles
View all maps on www.mapmyride.com/events/586733/
Mountain Bike Trail Routes
For the first time ever, the Bike MS: Tour to Tanglewood will have Mountain Bike Trail options. Pick your distance on the newly updated mountain bike trails at Tanglewood Park. The trails will be fully supported including a rest stop throughout the day!
MTB Distance Options
Saturday - 10, 25, 50 Miles
Sunday - 10, 25 Miles
This is an advanced single-track mountain bike trail that is best for moderate-to-experienced mountain bikers. Please realize that you may need to dismount your bike and walk whenever you feel your skill level may not be up to the challenge. If your idea of mountain biking is around Salem Lake, this is much different.
If you plan to practice on these trails, please use trail etiquette and avoid riding for a few days after a hard rain. You can get lost if you do not always go straight across when intersecting horse trails, but we will have these sections marked during the Tour. You may often encounter detours on this trail throughout the summer as volunteers work to combat erosion and make trail improvements. Beginner and Intermediate trails are also available to build up your skill level.
View more details at www.forsyth.cc/parks/tanglewood/bike_trails.aspx.
(Routes may change due to road closures, construction, etc. Please use the cue sheet provided during the weekend of the event and follow the route markings to ensure that you stay on the Bike MS TTT route.)