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Women’s rides on Kingdom Trails
Free every Tuesday evenings. Groups for all abilities from 1st timers to advanced pace. Meet at Wildflower Inn on Darling Hill. This is a no drop group mountain bike ride on Kingdom Trails. Riders must have a Kingdom Trails day ticket or season pass. www.villagesportshop.com
f-RIDE-ay Night Ride Series
10 races total varying weekly on Jester and Black Forest. First racer on course at 5:30pm with an after party, time announcements and raffle prizes beginning at 7:30pm on the Sunset Deck at the Tamarack Grill. Racers can pay $10 per event or get a $50 pass for the entire race series (50% off). Individual race entries will be available day of in the Norco Demo Center, or buy your series pass now at skiburke.com/shop
Registration and number pickup will be in the Norco Demo Center beginning at 2:30pm. Racers can register up to 6:15pm.
Click here for more information.
Starting August 1.
Open water swim group
Waterbury Reservoir at Little River State park (rt 2 side)
Mondays at 5:30pm June – September
Roller Derby Recruitment
Montpelier Rec Dept.
55 Barre St, Montpelier VT
The Wrecking Doll Society is Central Vermont Roller Derby’s recreational roller derby club for 18+. We are committed to skating safe, skating hard and having a blast. The Wrecking Dolls meet every Saturday at the Montpelier Rec Center on Barre Street from 5-6:30 pm. We have all the gear you’ll need, but bring your own mouth guard.
$5 per person. First time is free!
Disc Golf League Night
Brewster Ridge Disc Golf Course
1239 Edwards Rd Jeffersonville, VT
Brewster Ridge Disc Golf League
5$ league cost
5$ a day course fee or free for BRDGC Members
Mount Mansfield Union High School
211 Browns Trace Road, Jericho, Vt 05465
Utilize the mud, river, and refreshing outdoors that the MMU trails have to offer. An example of one of these sessions might include pulling or carrying a tire or sand bag through obstacles and rough terrain, running or sprints, tromping through a stream or climbing over downed trees.
$15 a class or purchase a punch card or monthly membership at Fit to Excel. See website for a complete list of prices.
at 70 Upper Main Street, Essex
Wednesdays, July 8th – Aug 26
Held at the base of Mt. Washington, the Great Glen Trails Summer Mountain Bike 8 week series is a great way to enjoy our trail system. This not mass start race, start anytime between 3:30 and 7:00pm and compete on the long 5 mi, short 3.5 or mini 1mi. Placement awards in each category. At the end of series awards party, competitors who complete 6 out of 8 weeks are eligible for the prize raffle with $1,000 in prizes up for grabs!
Adults: $60 / Kids (Ages 17 & Under) $30 One Race : $12 Adults / $7 Kids
September 4-October 9
Held at the base of Mt. Washington, the Great Glen Trails Salomon Fall Trail Run/Walk 6 week series is perfect for all ages and fitness levels. Run or walk the long 3 mi, short 2.5 mi or mini ¾ mi courses every Thursday between 3:30 and 6:30 p.m. Placement awards in each category. At the end of series awards party, competitors who complete 4 out of 6 weeks are eligible for the prize raffle with $1,000 in prizes up for grabs!
Adults $35 / Kids(Ages 17 & under) $10 One Race Adults $9 / Kids $2
Claremont Points Race Series Bike Race
Every Tuesday, 05/06/2014 thru 08/26/2014
Twin State Speedway
282 Trasher Road
Claremont NH 03743
1/3 mile Oval, 40 and 60 lap races
Held under USA Cycling event permit
USAC license required, available at event
Entry fee $10.00
Registration 5:30 PM, Race starts at 6:00
Hosted by Claremont Cycle Depot Bike Club
For more information call
John Lambert (603) 477 4848
Summer Biathlon Series
July 10, 17, 24 and August 7, 14, 21
Registration 5:00pm, Clinic 5:30pm, Race 6:30pm
Ethan Allen Firing Range
Fun running biathlon races for first timers and experienced biathletes. Safety clinic and instruction provided. Just bring your running shoes. Approximately 5k in length. No experience needed.
$10 per race, $50 for series, free if you bring a volunteer
SUP Demo Day
Tuesday’s in June
Waterbury Center State Park
177 Reservoir Rd. Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677
Come Demo some Stand Up Paddle Boards with Umiak down at Waterbury Center State Park
($3 park entrance fee plus demo)
Tuesday Mountain Rides
Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. Ride meets and departs from Onion River Sports parking lot to carpool to trailheads. Led by a rotating list of ORS employees and local mountain bikers. Rides begin on Tuesday, June 3 and ride every Tuesday, weather permitting, until August 12. This ride is a casual ride for entry to intermediate level riders designed to accommodate those new to riding or those looking for a ride to build fitness, skills and camaraderie. Mountain bikes are suggested, helmets are required and all participants must sign a ride waiver. This ride has a no drop policy. Last Ride is Tuesday, July 22.
Wednesday RoadSpokes 101 Ride
Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. Ride meets at and departs from Montpelier High School, led by Linda Freeman of Linda Freeman Fitness.
This ride is a gentle training ride designed to accommodate those new to riding on the road or folks who desire a recovery or rehabilitative ride. Road bikes are recommended but not mandatory. This ride has a no drop policy. Last ride is Wednesday, July 23rd. A member of ORS staff will accompany every ride as technical support.
Tuesday RoadSpokes 201 Ride
Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. Ride meets at and departs from Montpelier High School, led by Linda Freeman of Linda Freeman Fitness.
This ride will take a slightly faster pace building from casual to paceline. These rides are for individuals who are already comfortable on the road, averaging approximately 14-22 mph but encouraged to self-select a group that accommodates individual pace. Road bikes are recommended but not mandatory. Linda’s selected training for each session is designed to increase confidence, skill and fitness. Rides will begin at a more casual pace and increase in distance and intensity training for the OR Century. This ride has a no drop policy. A member of ORS staff will accompany every ride as technical support. Last ride is Tuesday, July 22nd. Info at http://www.onionriver.com/roadspokes-201/
Women’s Wednesday Mountain Rides
Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. Ride meets and departs from Onion River Sports parking lot to carpool to trailheads. Led by local riders Bobbie and Sarah. Rides begin on Wednesday, June 4 and we’ll ride every Wednesday, weather permitting, until August 13. This ride is a casual ride for entry to intermediate level riders designed to accommodate those new to riding or those looking for a ride to build fitness, skills and camaraderie. Mountain bikes are suggested, helmets are required and all participants must sign a ride waiver. This ride has a no drop policy. Info at http://www.onionriver.com/womens-wednesday-mountain-rides/
Saturday Women’s Road Rides
Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. Ride meets at and departs from the Onion River Sports parking lot, led by local rider Julie Noyes.
This ride is for casual-to-intermediate riders who desire a faster pace throughout the season, building to a paceline tempo. These rides are for individuals who are already comfortable on the road, averaging approximately 14-22 mph but encouraged to self-select a group that accommodates individual pace. Road bikes are recommended but not mandatory. These rides are designed to increase confidence, skill and fitness. Rides will begin at a more casual pace and increase in distance and intensity training. This ride has a no drop policy. No ride Saturday, July 26 due to the Onion River Century Ride. Info athttp://www.onionriver.com/saturday-group-road-ride-900am/
Saturday Group Runs with Montpelier Runners
Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. Run meets in front of the State House and ends at Onion River Sports for bagels and coffee. Led by Montpelier Runners running group.
Bring smiles, running shoes, proper clothing and water. Distances and terrain vary to accommodate those that show up to run.
Friday Night Fix Bike Clinics
Every month clinics to help you learn to care for and keep up your bike. Clinics are entry-level, you don’t need any special knowledge or even a bike to join. You do not need your bike, but you will have a chance to try what you learn, so please wear clothing that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty if you plan on practicing.
Clinics are on designated Fridays from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. Details athttp://www.onionriver.com/friday-night-fix-bike-clinics/
June 27 – Advanced Bike Maintenance
August 1 – Flat Fix and Basic Bike Maintenance Clinics