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One week of immersive bike smart training and support for kids in grade 4-8 at SATEC
One week of immersive bike smart training and support for 4th graders at Williston Central School
Register for a Learn to Ride Class
Local Motion uses the "balance bike" method to help kids lose the training wheels and learn to ride in just a few hours. Here is a video from Bike New York about how this method works and why it is so effective:
For more information about how the balance bike method works, and how to teach your own children how to ride using this method, go to our Balance Bike page.
We will have classes for May 13 and June 11
Classes are located at Leddy Park in Burlington (216 Leddy Park Rd).
10:00-11:00 ages: 3-5
12:00-1:00 ages: 5-7
2:00-3:00 ages: 7 and older
Free to Local Motion Members!
Non-Local Motion Members:
$20 per family if you have pre-registered (using the form below)
$40 per family on the day of the event.
Thank you, SkiRack, for making this Learn to Ride class possible!
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Do your part for clean water, get some great exercise, connect with friends, and experience some of Vermont’s most stunning scenery all at the same time this summer at our annual Switchback Bike for the Lake supported ride! Funds raised from this event will support the work of Friends of Northern Lake Champlain on projects prevent nutrient pollution and ensure that we can still enjoy this natural treasure for many generations to come!
ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE 10TH!
A challenging double-century that began in 1984, the 100/200 (a.k.a. 200-on-100) spans Vermont, north to south, following scenic Route 100. The first 100 miles roll by fairly quickly, but save your reserves, as the climbs start in the second half of the ride, culminating in the 12-mile Mt. Snow climb. When you finish, you'll truly understand why so many cyclists say "Vermont ain't flat!" Register at http://100-200.org
For more details and to register, visit www.longtrailcenturyride.com
It's a classic - one of the best one day dirt road bike tour routes in Vermont, the scenery is unbroken. Choose from 15, 30 and 60 mile routes. Short route is family friendly and gradual. The long route is demanding, with 6000 feet of elevation gain. Well marked courses, four food stops, bike patrol on duty, full cookout at end of ride. Kids and teens ride free (so bring a crowd.) $50 registration from adults is a donation to the Cross Vermont Trail - working to connect neighborhoods, schools and parks with safe, fun bike paths.
The Vermont Gran Fondo is a non-competitive ride through Vermont’s Green Mountains. This ride will test your fitness with its challenging climbs across four of gaps with total climbing in excess of 11,000 feet. There are amazing views at the top each gap—savor them for a moment before you speed downhill.
Four ride options:
• Gran Fondo: 108 miles, 11,000 feet of climbing
• Medio Difficile: 78 miles, 6,300 feet of climbing
• Medio Facile: 67 miles, 7,000 feet of climbing
• Piccolo Fondo: 39 miles, 2,900 feet of climbing
Visit the VT Gran Fondo website for more information!
The Farm to Fork Fondo - Vermont bike event combines road biking with a foodie tour. Participants ride on a predetermined premarked course, visiting local farms throughout central vermont. Each farm has locally sourced treats for riders to try. At the end we have a festival market with a locally catered meal for riders, and a festival market featuring local artisans from all over Vermont.
Visit the Farm to Fork Fondo website for more details!