Get Out And Go Tours, Ashburn, VA Video September 28, 2015, 11:17am

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Riding Gears for Good - How it helps - Michael DeGrandpre and Alex Costa.

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Other Get Out And Go Tours videos

Stream crossing practice

Thistleflies

Salamander backcountry ride

Tubing

Dr. Karen Gray speaks about the C&O Canal

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The view

The water balloon chuck and catch required much teamwork!

Lucy rides a bike for the first time in 55 years, and WE got to help make it happen! #Satistying

Video #2 of 2 for the Honest Tea ride. Ya gotta admire the cows!

Video #1 of 2 for the Honest Tea ride.

Riding Gears for Good - Why I do it - Christina Vreeland, Samantha Costa and Tracy Cleghorn. You can help too: Donate at http:bit.ly/1Fy80jA. Help with the last thousand to meet the event goal of $100,000 raised.

Helping and yelping for the HFA Helping Hands Fund Help us help others. Donate at http:bit.ly/1Fy80jA.

Riding Gears for Good - How it helps - Michael DeGrandpre and Alex Costa. You can help too: Donate at http:bit.ly/1Fy80jA

Why do I (we) ride the HFA Gears for Good charity bike ride? Rich Pezzillo sums it up in his on-trail interview... You can help too: Donate at http:bit.ly/1Fy80jA. Help with the last thousand to meet the event goal of $100,000 raised.

Lonn Vreeland fueling for Gears for Good, thanks to Nicole Knoerzer

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Three cheers (1 - Allie Boutin, 2 -Dawn Evans, and 3 - Lauren Nybert) for Gears for Good!

Nicole, this one's for you!

Sights from the Virginia Creeper trail today. Watch till the end, then decide if Tim is liking the trail. Sorry you missed it this time.

Peak Creek bridge, NRST, VA. Day one of Your of the Virginia's

Kyle Raymond, Get Out & Go Tours' Tour Operations Manager, climbs to the top of the trail after Clark's Gap on the W&OD Trail tonight, passing one of our favorite trail landmarks -- the stone faced Dry Mill Rd bridge over the top. We had a little fun with it at the end.

About the Bone Cave
The GAP trail now allows cyclists, walkers, and horseback riders to pass the Bone Cave, discovered in 1910 while the railroad was being built, and excavated between 1910 and 1914. Many fossilized bones were found here, including some skeletons of extinct species that are now on display at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.

Helmstetter's Curve - Great Allegheny Passage
Helmstetters Curve is among the most popular of spots along the GAP, as it was when the railroad ran. Today, the MD Scenic Railway passes this spot on its run up to and back from Frostburg, creating a scenic view.

Laughter and (Exagerated) Story Telling from the Tour
Frostburg served as the tours' last stop, and by then, everyone was having a good time, laughing, and re-telling stories from the weekend (or creating tall tales).

Bernice heads down, down, down the Mt
Fast descents are the reward for getting to the top of the Eastern Continental Divide. Here Bernice continues down from Big Savage Tunnel toward Frostburg

View from Tunnel Overlook - GAP Mile 21
Scenic view toward Cumberland from the Big Savage Tunnel overlook - GAP Mile 21

Down from the Divide - It's all Downhill from Here!
Riding off the E. Continental Divide on the GAP Trail, one goes 23 miles down the Big Savage Mt. to Cumberland. This series of video clips shows the highlights.

Over the Eastern Continental Divide
Cycle 4 Life group crest the Eastern Continental Divide and enjoys the views from the top!

Ride the GAP and C&O with Get Out & Go Tours
This is what you get, and it doesn't get any better than this.

It's a Good Day for a Bike Ride
Tom Knoerzer on the Salisbury Viaduct

Bernice Crosses Salisbury Viaduct
Salisbury Viaduct and windmills on the ridge.

Views Crossing the Salisbury Viaduct - GAP Trail
Views of the valley below the Salisbury Viaduct near Meyersdale, PA on the Great Allegheny Passage, formerly the railbed of the Western Maryland Railroad.

Meyers Cemetery
Meyers Cemetery is located next to the GAP trail at the west end of the Salisbury Viaduct. In 2011, vandals destroyed nearly all of the headstones, of which some have been restored and repositioned to their proper location. This cemetery reflects early settlers to the area (Meyersdale, get it?) and represents the late 1800s and early 1900s. Note the two daughters who died together on the last headstone.

Riding the GAP

Riding Scenes Along the GAP
Scenes while riding the GAP trail into Meyersdale, PA. Windmills, cornfields, woods, and the wheels we see alot.

Cycle 4 Life Group Passes Farm on GAP Trail
Cycle 4 Life group rides toward the Salisbury Viaduct.

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