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Fat Biking in the News

It's been a challenging winter for snow based operations in Vermont. As many riders understand, warm temperatures means soft trails that should be avoided regardless of tire width. Soft trails creates puddles, which freeze and hold water. As things warm up later this spring and more riders are eager to get out on their bikes, these areas become maintenance issue for VMBA chapters. Cold temps on the the other hand leads to great winter riding with or without snow. All riders in every season are encouraged to check on trail conditions before riding. This little step incorporated into your riding......more

VTPB's Special Blend for VMBA!

The Vermont Peanut Butter Company is playing a strong role in getting more riders on remarkable Vermont trails - and well fed while out there! From April 1st through August 1st the company will be distributing a special blend designed for riders in Vermont. A portion of sales will go directly to the association in support of ongoing, successful advocacy. The Vermont Peanut Butter Company thrives on spreading good health, living healthy lifestyles and participating in family fun. "VMBA to me is the mirror image of this, in its protection of land for trails to be enjoyed by riders of......more

1% For the Planet & VMBA

VMBA and 1% For the Planet have teamed up to connect the Vermont business community to the trails we all love. Riders gathering to build trail together is the cornerstone of riding in Vermont. VMBA relentlessly endeavors to assist the trail building process in a way that enriches and protects the commitment and involvement of chapters and volunteers. Creating sustainable riding opportunities in Vermont requires an acknowledgment of private projects while recognizing that out of state riders travel to Vermont to ride six times a year; most are not members or trail day volunteers. In order to remain sustainable the......more

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