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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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 »
March! They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, come out to the next pride ride on March 8th and have a roaring good time!(audience laugh track) This month Pride Rides VT will have bikes and support from Vermont Bicycle Shop (if you want to reserve a bike, please send a message to pride rides with your name and bike size) and they'll be hosted by Fellowship of the Wheel at Saxon Hill! Saxon is…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 (Summer meetings may change dates). Meet at Highlander Cycle, 160 Benmont Ave at 6:30 PM. BATS is looking for: - Passionate people who are interested in trails and community development, and any other assistance you may add to our volunteer-based organization - Members! Membership term runs April 1, 2020 thrugh March 31, 2021, but you can join…Find out more »
Join Addison County Bike Club the 2nd Tuesday of every month for their monthly club meetings. These meetings are open to the public and are a great way to learn more about upcoming events and projects happening in Addison County. ACBC will do their best to bullet upcoming month topics in advance.Find out more »
Join Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center for the 1st Annual Grafton Fat Bike Bash and "Ride a Fatty for Saint Paddy." Celebrate fat biking in true Vermont style! There will be fat bike demos available on site from Putney, VT's West Hill Shop, a Skills Clinic, and youth activities. Jamaican Jewlz food truck and The Grafton Inn will be offering food, and 14th Star Brewing Co. will be pouring beer on site from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Enter their…Find out more »
Riding season is just around the corner so join Stowe Trails Partnership on Saturday March 14th for a rundown on your trails and all the other fun stuff on tap for 2020. Attendees will also receive a 10% off coupon for Breakfast at the Nest at Golden EagleFind out more »
Join the Mad River Riders for a sweet freestyle snow event this March. After the SideSurfer's Banked Slalom event, fat bikes take over the course. MRR is going to keep it non-competitive and loads of fun. Bicycle Express will be bringing a fleet of 6 demo fat bikes for free 1 lap demos or to rent for the evening. Thank you to Sugarbush Parks for the support!Find out more »
We couldn't do it without the landowners! Come help Mad River Riders celebrate at Sugarbush North/Mt. Ellen's Green Mountain Lounge upstairs for some positive recognition of this amazing group.Find out more »
Join Earl's Cyclery for their first ever Maple Sugar Ride! Ride will BEGIN in Richmond, Vermont. Ear's is grateful to Cochrans for allowing us to use their lower lot as a starting point. This is great! Earls Cyclery and Fitness and Bianchi Bicycles have teamed up to offer you the first ever Maple Sugar Ride! Bring your gravel bikes, fat bikes, and maple sugaring bikes for an adventure to remember. Vermont roads, maple sugaring facility stops and a meandering attitude…Find out more »
The 3rd Annual Millstone Trails Calcutta Fundraiser will be held on April 5, 2020 at Cornerstone Pub & Kitchen in Barre, from 12-4 PM. 100% of the money raised from this event will go to maintaining and expanding MTA's existing trail network. With over 28 miles of trails maintained in the summer and 15 miles of trails groomed in the winter, your support provides MTA with the tools and resources we need to keep Millstone your favorite place to visit for another year.Find out more »