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KT's Sidewinder Story

For immediate release: November 2, 2015 For more information, contact:  Tim Tierney, Executive Director, Kingdom Trails Association, (802) 626-0737  Tracy Zschau, Conservation Director, Vermont Land Trust, (802) 745-6301 or 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

VMBA and You 2016

Thanks to chapters and members this last summer riding season has been tremendously successful. It marked the second year of the statewide membership opportunity. Riders' participation in membership increased by 26% and the chapter add-on opportunity jumped by 10% - the new platform is working. Mountain bikers loving the riding here understand that effective advocacy is critical to building our shared connection during trail days and riding. Belonging illustrates this commitment and has a huge positive impact on chapters' capacity to make it all even better. Nine new chapters came into the fold this year! Long time supporter of mountain......more

'16 VT Mountain Bike Fest

VMBA has teamed up with Mad River Riders, Waterbury Area Trail Alliance and the Green Mountain Trails to begin building an amazing festival - July 22-24 . Based out of Mt. Ellen at Sugarbush, the event will include rides all over the Valley, Perry Hill and Green Mountain Trails. Downhillers are in next year! Everyone attending the event will have FREE access to Sugarbush's downhill all day on Sunday. Families are encouraged to take full advantage of the Adventure Day pass which includes: disc golf, zip lines, hiking, bungee trampoline and scenic lift rides. The best part - the rides......more