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Join in for two days of 100-mile “century” road bike rides supporting patient services and research at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Friday’s ride starts in Hanover and goes through quintessential Vermont. On Saturday, ride the Prouty Century or the new 64-mile metric century hybrid gravel route.
Join the Basin Harbor Club in supporting research for Cystic Fibrosis by entering a 43- or 8-mile bike ride on rolling, challenging terrain, set against the magnificent backdrop of Lake Champlain.
Every August the Northeast Delta Dental Race To The Top Of Vermont draws as many as 800 hikers, bikers, and runners from across the U.S. and Canada to climb Mt. Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. The course climbs up the historic Mansfield Toll Road, is 4.3 miles in length, and climbs 2564 ft. For some it’s all about trying to achieve a fast time up this tough 4.3 mile course. For others… they come to test themselves, and to enjoy the spectacular views.
|The Halifax-Whitingham Lions Club sponsors 5-, 35-, 50-, 75-mile road bike rides and, NEW for 2018, a 25 mile Gravel Grinder. All rides are fully supported with sag wagons, water stops, an optional elevator (up the last 2-mile hill) and a complimentary post ride BBQ and band. The 35-, 50-, and 75-mile rides are on the pavement and back roads of the rolling hills of Southern Vermont and Western Massachusetts. The 5 and 26-mile rides are primarily on dirt roads with the 25-miler including some Class 4 roads.|
The Northeast Kingdom’s annual mountain bike or trail running marathon, hosted by Kingdom Trails, Burke Mountain and Victory Hill Sector. A difficult and scenic 27 mile circuit on singletrack and logging roads. The one lap 26.2 mile event is for trail runners and bikers. The two lap CircumBerzerk 50+ miler is for bikers only. Support our trails: All proceeds go towards trails building and maintenance!
If you like pedaling up hills to be rewarded with beautiful stretches of winding gravel descents then this ride is for you! We will head south from our starting point at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center, then jump on dirt roads and head west to the small town of Windham where we will take a break at Pete’s Camp. Here we will enjoy some cheddar cheese from the Grafton Village Cheese Company!