The Strength of Local Chapters
Fast. Flowy. Scenic. Mellow. Technical. Buffed-out. More than 825 miles of singletrack wind their way across the state of Vermont, making it one of the best places in the Northeast to shred—or simply ride.
Organized by VMBA but powered by chapters and trail day volunteers, each regional chapter has carved out its own niche of local trails from Vermont’s landscape. By joining VMBA, you can ride like a local—even when it’s not your own backyard.
Here’s your guide to what’s open, accessible, and in primo riding condition.
While away an afternoon or plan an epic adventure; summer days are glory days. Get out there and explore.
Hop off the lift and shred. New to Downhilling? The resorts can hook you up with lessons, rentals and terrain for all abilities.
Don’t stop when the snow starts falling. With 28 different fat-biking networks to choose from, these trails are ready to rip year-round and some are at their best when covered in white.
Every rider is welcome in Vermont. VMBA has a growing list of diverse riding options.
Would you be stoked to ride from Killington to Stowe on singletrack? We are too! Velomont is VMBA’s premier long-range project.
Know before you load and go.
Be the person with the best beta and you’ll always have an epic ride. Here’s your insiders’ guide to what’s riding like a dream, and what needs time to dry. Use the drop-downs to check your local trails, or search by trail conditions to seek out the secret stash of primo singletrack for the day. (Just please don’t ride wet trails!)