Events Calendar

Welcome to the VT Sports calendar of regional outdoor events.

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Apr
20
Sat
Onion River Outdoors Muddy Onion Gravel Grinder
Apr 20 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Onion River Outdoors Muddy Onion Gravel Grinder
Come out of your winter hibernation for a fully supported 36.9 mile gravel grinder covering (almost) all of the amazing dirt roads Central Vermont has to offer. It’s not easy, but it’s definitely worth it. For those hesitant to depart their winter hibernation, there is a shorter 21.3 mile loop that will still give you plenty of dirt, fun, and cow sitings.
Fully stocked Aid Station in Adamant, and a support vehicle.
Stay after for the parking lot party & bbq (included in your reg fee)
Jun
15
Sat
Switchback Bike for the Lake
Jun 15 @ 7:00 am – 4:30 pm
This year, we are featuring a century ride, as well as loops of 80, 60, and 30 miles along the shores of beautiful Lake Champlain. Funds raised from this event will support the work of Friends of Northern Lake Champlain on projects to prevent nutrient pollution and ensure that we will continue to enjoy this natural treasure for many generations to come. $65 registration. Midday BBQ.
Jun
22
Sat
100/200 Double-Century @ Old North Troy Border Station
Jun 22 @ 5:00 am – 11:45 pm
100/200 Double-Century @ Old North Troy Border Station
The 100/200 (A.K.A. 200-on-100) is a single-day, double-century that travels the length of Vermont, from the Canadian Border to the Massachusetts state line, primarily following VT-100. The first half of the ride is mostly rolling, with some easy climbs. It is in the second half that things get really interesting with a series of climbs that get progressively more difficult, culminating in a 12-mile pull that leaves you with about 25 rolling miles to the finish.
Jul
21
Sun
Farm to Fork Fondo-Champlain Islands
Jul 21 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Farm to Fork Fondo-Champlain Islands
Farm to Fork Fondo is a series of non-competitive cycling events in farmland regions throughout the Northeastern United States highlighting and supporting the symbiotic relationship between cyclists, farmers and beautiful landscapes.

It has been described as a party on wheels, where the guests are a unique mix of accomplished cyclists and novice riders, and everyone enjoys aid-stations featuring chef-prepared treats made from each farm’s ingredients.