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Expand your network of riding partners by joining us at an event hosted by VMBA, our chapters, or partners. Here’s what’s happening around Vermont.

For the most comprehensive list of recurring trail work days, group rides, and smaller events, please see our facebook events page. If you are a VMBA chapter or partner, please add VMBA as a Facebook co-host to have your events added to the list.

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June 2019

9th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride presented by Long Trail

June 22 - June 23

REGISTER NOW! The 9th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride presented by Long Trail Brewing is slated for Saturday and Sunday, June 22-23, 2019! (Formerly the Long Trail Century Ride to benefit Vermont Adaptive). Choose your ride from 100, 60, 40, 20 mile routes, a mountain bike sesh at Killington Resort plus a family-friendly 5K bike loop. Then join us at Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater Corners for a fantastic afternoon of fresh brews, great food, live music, kids games, a…

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Ascutney Outdoors Summer Solstice Fest

June 22
Ascutney Outdoors

Fun event with lots of outdoor recreation and family events including: Mountain biking, hiking and trail running events; Bike, runner and yoga clinics; Nature and ecology offerings from Vermont Institute of Natural Science and National Park Service professionals; and, Entertainment and activities specifically geared for kids and their families; Awesome live music throughout much of the day.

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NEMBAfest 2019, Powered by Pedro’s

June 28 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
Kingdom Trails

Once again, the New England Mountain Bike Association and Kingdom Trails bring you NEMBAFest- and it's all powered by Pedro's!!! Sign up for NEMBAfest by January 31st, 2019 for Adult Early Bird pricing of $99 and a free pint glass! This year, every adult who registers online before June 17th will receive a free NEMBAfest 2019 commemorative T-shirt! Full weekend registration includes concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, parking, demo bikes, on-going group rides of all ability levels, shuttles, skills…

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July 2019

Norco Demo with Basin Sports

July 13 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pine Hill Park Rutland, VT

Join Killington's Basin Sports for a day of mountain biking with Norco Bicycles at Pine Hill Park. Demo models include: Range Carbon, C1 build kits Sight Carbon, C1 build kits Women’s Sight Carbon, C2 build kits Fluid FS, men’s and women’s And so much more! Don't miss your chance to try a free demo of Norco's 2019 performance trail bikes. For more information, please visit Basin Sports or Killington's website.

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August 2019

Point to Point, powered by VSECU

August 10
Sport Trails of The Ascutney Basin, 400 Ski Tow Rd
Brownsville, Vermont 05089
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The Point to Point, powered by VSECU, is a cycling and running event that was created in 2002 to raise funds and awareness for the Vermont Foodbank’s mission to end the growing problem of hunger in Vermont. Help a neighbor in need and have fun doing it! Road, gravel, running, and mountain bike ride options available....see website for details. 20-Mile Mountain Bike Ride Description The following description is offered by STAB, an association of volunteers responsible for the local networks…

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Tour de Valley

August 17

REGISTRATION OPENS JULY 1ST! Guided ride of the Pleasant Valley trail system Early registration for BRMBC members with reduced fee starts July 1. Limit of 175 riders! There will be NO day-of registration! Saturday, August 17.  Rain or shine. Ride starts at 9:00 AM - check-in and ride group signup open at 8:00 AM The traditional Tour is typically 30 - 35 miles and requires 5-6+ hours.  The Cross Valley route offers a long but less technical option. The Kid's Ride will take 2-3 hours. (Additional…

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September 2019

Mad River Riders Fall Classic Enduro Fest at Sugarbush

September 14 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Join the Mad River Riders for a wheely fun day of lift rides at Sugarbush, followed by 3000+' descents to the valley floor and a shuttle to run us back to the lift for more runs! The apres velo scene should be great too.

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