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Come have fun in the 30 km of cross-country mountain biking trails offered by Plein air Sutton / MTB. There will be for everyone’s tastes: from beginners to experts trails! Discover the trail map.
The project’s long-term aim is to offer distinctive and original trails that emphasize the protection of the terrain as well as the originality of the points of interest. The members of the NPO at the root of the project have practiced mountain biking elsewhere in Quebec, in Vermont, in British Colu
A central Vermont tradition continues this summer Aug. 16 and 17 with the 14th annual Last Mile Ride to support end-of-life care for patients and their families. Held at Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, VT, the two-day, family-friendly event features a motorcycle ride, 5K run, and 1- and 2.5-mile walks to raise funds for palliative care and special services. Learn more and register at lastmileride.com.
|A scenic rambling 30+ mile gravel grinder through the hills and dales of the Upper White River Watershed to benefit Free Vermont Radio (wfvr.org). The ride concludes with a downhill roll into the 4th Annual NanoFest|
|Stratton’s new lift serviced mountain biking is now open to the public. Serviced by the American Express six-passenger lift to mid-mountain, the terrain in Phase one will be family-friendly, offering 4.6 miles of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails. Join us on Labor Day Weekend for a grand opening celebration with Red Bull, and other vendors and participate in beginner clinics and enjoy the fun. See Stratton.com for more details.|
|Free non-competitive event for children ages 7-11. Kids ride 2-4 sections of the Green Mountain Stage Race Criterium course on Labor Day. Pre-register your child at GMSR/BikeReg or register at the Richard Tom Foundation tent on St. Paul Street, Burlington (City Hall Park) between 11 a.m. – noon. Two riding groups (7-8 and 9-11) led by adult riders. Post-ride snacks, award medals, and raffle.|
“One of Vermont’s 10 great gravel grinders” – Vermont Sports
The cycling event of the season, featuring scenic landscapes and rugged terrain in Cabot and Peacham, Vermont. All proceeds benefit Cabot Connects Mentoring Program. All rides are supported and mostly on dirt roads. Family Walk/Ride Run 10K ($20), Sturdy 30K ($30), Rugged 60K ($50), and Warped 100K ($75). 12 and under FREE. Family Max rate $75.
Woodbelly Wood Fired Pizza and Jasper Hill cheeses for all. Register at BikeReg.com
|A fun event highlighting 3 awesome mountain bike networks in the Woodstock area! Join fellow riders for this enduro-style race featuring a course that begins with a set loop at the Aqueduct Trails, followed by a pedal to the Mt. Peg Trail Network and a loop there, then a pedal to the final destination, the Suicide Six Bike Park, and a final epic up and downhill loop there! Awards and food to follow at the Suicide Six Bike Park.|
|Join Professional Cyclist Ian Boswell on his home roads in and around Peacham for a fun, 50-mile ride presented by Wahoo. Enjoy foliage season with the notorious apple pie rest stop, local craft beer and food from Woodbelly Pizza and Genuine Jamaican after the ride (food included). This year’s silent auction includes prizes from Wahoo, Oakley, Cabot, Smyth Adventureworks, Perfect Storm and more! NEW this year is the 5$5K ride — a kid and family friendly 3-mile loop for $5 (food not included).|
|5, 35, 50, 75 mile road bike rides, as well as a 25 mile gravel grinder through Southern Vermont and Western Massachusetts. Sag wagon and rest stop supported as well as a post ride barbecue. This great foliage ride is a benefit for the local Lions Club holiday food program. Raffles, live music and “ elevator “support help to make this an outstanding event in it’s eighth season.|
|Celebrate an awesome season of riding with our closing festivities at the Oktoberfast weekend. With a Downhill (FUN) Race on Saturday, 10/12 at the Suicide Six Bike Park and an Enduro Event featuring 5 timed sections on Sunday, 10/13 at the Mt. Peg Network, this event has something for everyone! Awards and food to follow at the Suicide Six Bike Park both Saturday and Sunday.|
Are you looking for a fun, relaxed end-of-season event where it’s all about the ride, some gourmet food, craft beer and conversation with friends afterward? Sounds pretty good, right? What if we said your registration fee goes to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York to help people in our community. Sounds even better.
Fantastic bike riding on quiet country roads, followed by food, drink and laughs afterward plus helping others in the community. An unbeatable combo!