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|This challenging event takes place at Great Glen Trails and the snow covered Mt. Washington Auto Road. Long referred to as “North America’s Toughest 10K” the Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds course has an average grade of 12% over the last 6K as you climb the final 2,200 vertical feet. Some will seek to make or break a record, but for others it’s the ultimate way to personally test themselves in one of nature’s most spectacular environments. Choose the ski, snowshoe or fatbike categories.|
|Join us for the 1st Annual Grafton Fat Bike Bash and “Ride a Fatty for Saint Paddy.” Celebrate fat biking in true Vermont style! There will be fat bike demos available on site from a variety of vendors. Take advantage of a Skills Clinic and youth activities too. The Grafton Inn will be offering food & beer on site and a beer pairing lunch by advanced reservation. Register for the Fat Bike Rodeo and show off your skills to compete for prizes…barrel race, limbo, slow race, sprint and more.|
|The Grafton Bike & Brew Festival will be bustling with local food & craft beer options, not to mention a variety of bike demos available on site and vendor booths too. Trails will be open…so come and enjoy some of the earliest riding in Vermont! Enjoy live music all day and bring the kids to take advantage of youth specific events & clinics.|
103 mile “timed event” on wide open, “car hungry” roads of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. We start and finish with our hands on the bar, Mike’s Tiki Bar with 30 beer on tap and Burrito Stand.
The Team Challenge pits teams of 3 to 10 riders against each other, with the times of the fastest three riders in each team used to determine the winner.
Alternate start of the 77 mile “short loop” is at Essex House in Island Pond
|A challenging double-century, first ridden in 1984, the 100/200 (a.k.a. 200-on-100) spans Vermont, north to south, following scenic Route 100. The first 100 miles roll by fairly quickly, but save your reserves, as the big climbs kick in during the second half of the ride, culminating in the 12-mile Mt. Snow climb. When you finish, you’ll truly understand why so many cyclists say “Vermont ain’t flat!” Join us for this annual Vermont classic.|