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VT's Most Popular Trails!

The 2015 member survey produced a quick look into some interesting stuff. Who do you ride with, how often and where most often are just a few things we asked about. Rider participation in the survey is super important as it helps inform VMBA about the direction the individual riders would like to see things move. We take this feedback seriously and would like to extend a huge thanks to those of you that took a few minutes to let us know their thoughts. Here's a quick breakdown of the things we learned. We're proud to say that 85% of......more

2015 Annual Meeting Recap

The Annual Meeting Was Awesome! VMBA's annual meeting was a huge success. The Best Western Plus in Waterbury graciously hosted the well attended event. The packed agenda included advocacy highlights from the year, financial report, elections, the first "VMBA Dirt Awards" and a list of ambitious goals for 2016. The room was filled with lively discussion as the 2016 goals were shared and discussed in smaller groups. Each VMBA board member moved from group to group sharing specifics. This format facilitated positive and fruitful interactions across chapters with the VMBA board, and everyone got to know each other a little......more

KT's Sidewinder Story

For immediate release: November 2, 2015 For more information, contact:  Tim Tierney, Executive Director, Kingdom Trails Association, (802) 626-0737 tim@kingdomtrails.org  Tracy Zschau, Conservation Director, Vermont Land Trust, (802) 745-6301 or tracy@vlt.org Sidewinder Trail Saved; 133 Acres in Lyndon Protected Successful Finish to Vermont Land Trust and Kingdom Trails Grassroots Campaign Lyndon, VT – After a massive grassroots fundraising campaign, the Kingdom Trails Association purchased a 133-acre property in Lyndon and the Vermont Land Trust conserved it. The property is home to popular mountain biking and multi-use trails, including the well-known Sidewinder trail. The $150,000 fundraising campaign drew support......more

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