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|The 10th annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride, originally slated for June 20, has gone virtual this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Now through June 20, people are encouraged to register for the virtual event, set a personal goal and then ride, walk, run, roll, or any other active event while still social distancing. The goal for 2020 is to raise $300,000 for important adaptive sports programs and athletes, who will need to get out and play more than ever in the future.
As you may know, Vermont Adaptive serves a vulnerable population that is stuck inside right now.
Hunger is a real problem in Vermont, where one in four people struggle to find
adequate food. The good news is that you can help.
Get on your bike or pull on your running shoes and register for this year’s Point
to Point, powered by VSECU—a riding and running event that raises funds and
awareness for the Vermont Foodbank’s mission to end hunger in Vermont.
The Point to Point includes Century, Half-Century, 25-mile road rides, a 40-mile gravel and a Half- Marathon Run.
A TRAIL RUN RACE IN SOUTHWESTERN VT
Run on some of VT’s newest and best single & double-track trails
8 km or half marathon on our trails Saturday, September 5th in Poultney, Vermont.
Have you been hearing about Slate Valley Trails? Well, now is the time to check out Slate Valley Trails (SVT) by participating in our inaugural trail run race and fundraiser! Trail runners can choose from an 8k and half-marathon, which will be entirely on singletrack and double-track trails! There will be
5k, 10k, & Half-Marathon
Lake Dunmore, Vermont
Nestled against the Green Mountains, just below Rattlesnake Point is Branbury State Park. The lake region is a most spectacular and pristine place to run. Novice and advanced athletes alike marvel the beauty of our courses and enjoy the mountains, lakes and streams of Central Vermont.