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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The VMBA Annual Meeting is a gathering of friends from around the state who are making trails happen for their local communities. We'll revel in the successes and challenges of 2019, lay out plans and take input for 2020, elect new members for the Board of Directors, and announce the recipients of the 2020 Trail Grants. Whether you are a seasoned trail steward or "just checking it out", the Annual meeting is a great way to connect and learn. Pizza…Find out more »
Want to get more involved in Slate Valley Trails and help them maintain our trails, define their vision, and become a destination both for their community and within the region? They need YOU! Come to their Trails Committee Meeting and see how you can help! Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of every month. The SVT Office is above Loomis Paints. Go through the red doors, up the stairs, and then take a left at the top. Follow the…Find out more »
Come learn about BATS and find out how you can get involved! Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted. Meet at Highlander Cycle, 160 Benmont Ave at 6:30 PM. Currently seeking: -Interested Board Members prospects -Volunteers interested in attending community events -Volunteers interested in communications/ENews -Volunteers willing to organize outings (hikes, bike, snowshoe, etc)Find out more »
Ranch Camp & Rome Snowboards proudly present Art Pop, Version 3.0. This "art meets altruism meets sustainability" event returns Saturday December 14th, 2019 for its third iteration. They've once again enlisted the talents of some of the northeast's most prolific graphic artists and designers to help raise money for Vermont trails, with art and snowboarding as the catalyst. In collaboration with Ranch Camp friends at Rome, who are graciously supplying the snowboard "canvases", Art Pop is a one-night gallery-style event…Find out more »
SVT is looking for additional members of the Marketing, Promotions and Fundraising Committee. Do you have skills in these areas? They'd love to have you! Can't attend, but want to know more: [email protected] RSVP to [email protected] - they can set up the Google Hangouts if need be!Find out more »
Join Slate Valley Trails for their Event Committee Meeting! Agenda: -Plan Outings for 2020 -Signature Event Planning Did you know most of their outings and events are volunteer led? Is there an outing you'd like to see, or help organize? SVT wants to have a diverse array of events for their community to participate in. Come play a role in helping SVT organize different outings and events this winter and into 2020! Meeting is upstairs from Loomis PaintsFind out more »
The Stowe Trails Partnership and Mountain Bike Vermont are at it again in 2020, bringing you Vermont's best antidote to the winter blues—Uberwintern! What is Uberwintern you ask? It's a day of fatbike revelry on powder-packed single track for those souls brave enough to keep charging on two wheels through the depths of winter! Join us Saturday, January 11th, 2020 for a day of fatbike group rides, demos, and hearty brews around warm fires. Now in its eighth year, Uberwintern…Find out more »
To provide an opportunity for Vermonters with knowledge and on-the-ground experience in our state's tourism industry to share with legislators and other leaders in Montpelier the critical importance of the industry, and the need for greater investment in it.Find out more »
Grab your snowshoes and headlamps and join CTC for this "loopy" event on a beautiful one-mile loop on the new trails built by the Caledonia Trail Collaborative on NVRH's land. The object is to see how many laps you can complete on the CTC's trail loops in two hours. Pre-registration is highly encouraged to help prepare for the event. Pre-registration costs $2 per participant to support event management by the Recreation Department. A suggested cash or check donation of $10…Find out more »