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Membership CC Fees

To get even more resources to your trails, credit card fees will no longer be covered by the Association. In 2014 VMBA committed $15,000 in chapter trail grants and chapters have delivered with amazing proposals. There is going to be some awesome work done this summer. VMBA is excited to grow the chapter trail grant this year. Small changes like the credit card fees add up quickly and make a huge difference for VMBA and chapters. Your ongoing support through membership is making a difference. JOIN TODAY!...more

New Killington Chapter Has Momentum

The new Killington Mountain Bike Club is off a strong start. Seth Webb and Amy Morrison with the Town have helped rally local riders and businesses around a new trail project in Gifford Woods State Park . Rich McCoy at Killington Resort is working closely with the new group and is excited about the possibilities of connecting all areas of town with new trails. Local rider and chapter VP Philip Black is leading the charge with the riding community serving VMBA's "go to" for chapter operations. Nate Fruend at Sushi Yoshi will be hosting the new chapters first major event......more

BIKE SWAP in Waterbury

It's time to get rid of that sixth bike and those high-end parts you've been hoarding. On May 9th WATA, VMBA and MTBVT will be hosting a bike swap geared towards the everyday rider. You know the type - folks with nice stuff that can appreciate a great deal and speak bike nerd with other regulars. Sellers keep 100% of their take. For more information CLICK HERE ....more

High Honor in the Valley

Mad River Riders and Community Partners Win USFS National Award for Blueberry Lake Trails - GMNF January 20, 2015 U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell recently announced the 2014 Chief’s Honor Awards recipients. The staff of the Green Mountain National Forest, along with multiple partners and local businesses, received an award for promoting recreation opportunities in the Mad River Valley. The Vermont Mountain Bike Association, Mad River Riders, Mad River Valley Planning District and a private donor are key partners in the Blueberry Lake project. The result of collaborative efforts include construction of over 5 miles of sustainably designed mountain......more

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