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Join Local Motion on May 25th for a fun ride to the Island Line Bike Ferry to celebrate its launch for the 2019 season.
The ride will begin at Local Motion's Trailside Center on the waterfront bike path in downtown Burlington. Pastries and beverages will be generously provided by August First starting at 8:30 AM and participants will also receive a free round trip day pass for the ferry.
It's all free, but donations are always appreciated at localmotion.org/donate
We will have three great stages of racing once again this year including our historic and exciting circuit race, a 60-mile single-loop road race (75-miles for P/1/2 & Cat 3 men) with a tough and challenging 1550 feet climb to the finish, wraping up with a rare 11-mile individual time trial which year after year results in very close racing for the top spots on the podium. We hope you can compete at this year's KSR.
Register by May 21st: https://www.bikereg.com/killington-stage-race
Celebrate trails, local food, and healthy living. Choose from several hike options and along the way sample delicious local foods. Family games, crafts, ice cream, music and more. This event is FREE!
For more information check out here: https://www.nps.gov/mabi/planyourvisit/trek-to-taste.htm
Join us for free coffee, pastries, and the tips and tricks needed for fun and safe biking! Expert bike commuter, Peter Burns, will provide guidance over an hour workshop through 30+ years of his experiences and stories. By the end of the workshop, you'll be well caffeinated and ready to get out and bike, whether it's to the store, work, drop off the kids at school, or just for fun.
Also come learn about the library's new bike loan program! Yay bikes!
This is a free workshop. No RSVP needed, but it is helpful to indicate if you're coming on the Facebook event here.
Wednesday, June 5th
5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
ECHO Leahy Center on the Terrace
Share conversation, stories, and laughter with our founders and others in the community who have helped us along our journey.
Presentation at 6:30 p.m.; tours of the Bill and Carole Hauke II Bike Ferry throughout the evening.
$10 per person
Appetizers & Cake
You don't want to miss out on this celebratory night!
Space is limited so RSVP by May 27 to get your spot.
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Family Bike Night takes place at Sushi Yoshi, on their back lawn where children and families of all ages can access the Rec Path and bike features. And for the older kids, easy riding over to Cady Hill and beyond.
Rides will occur Wednesday nights leaving at 6 o’clock throughout the summer. Please show up no later than 5:45 for registration so that rides may start on time with a return time of 7:30pm. Refer to the schedule below for specific dates and rider group descriptions. It all kicks off June 5th and happens weekly through August 21st with an additional Field Trip.
Queen City Bicycle Club is a group of female and non-binary people riding bikes to connect, protect, and empower people. Join us for our monthly ride (first Thursday of the month) around Burlington with glitter and a giant boombox on a bike trailer. Wear a helmet and rock the front and rear bike lights. Riders of all ages and experience levels are encouraged to come. No one is left behind! These rides are all about going slow and keeping the group together for maximum fun.
We'll start at Old Spokes Home and wrap up at Zero Gravity Craft Brewery where each rider gets a drink ticket.
Invite your friends! Join the Queen City Bicycle Club Facebook group for updates, conversation, and special rides and events.
June 7 thru 9, 2019 – The June Tour offers three days of SAG supported rides on carefully selected stretches of road that showcase The Northeast Kingdom at it’s very best. Quiet back roads that are favorites of our local cyclists. Light traffic and recent repaving make for some of the best cycling in the northeast. We provide the lunches, the maps, the directions, and roving SAG wagons that are fully equipped by the Village Bike Shop in Derby. We love the coming of lilacs along the roadside and the lush greens that come with High Spring in the Kingdom. Each day has long routes and shorter options. Just like ski areas have differently rated slopes. Great for clubs with varying interests and abilities in riding.
By design, the B2VT Ride is not for everyone. This ride is for cyclists who are physically and mentally tough, excel in the face of challenges, abide by the rules of the road, and can ride 149 miles with over 8,000 feet of climbing in one day at an average pace of 16 mph or faster. The B2VT ride is not for novice cyclists. It is one of the most challenging bike rides in New England and if you sign up, you are expected to finish within the allotted time frame. We do not offer sag wagon service to the finish, you must finish on your own except under extreme circumstances (medical emergency). If you do not think you can complete the entire ride on your own, you should not sign up!
8:30 am-- 103 Miles of Wide Open Road
Unsanctioned, Timed Event
Essex House, Cross Street, Island Pond, Vermont
9:30 Start -- 67 Mile Short Course Moose LoopPrizesBurke Ski Passes, Kingdom Trails Day Passes, Kingdom Games Event PassesBrault’s Beef Jerky, Couture’s Maple Syrup, Woodals & Bragging Rights
Tour de Kingdom is offered by Kingdom Games which hosts 25 days of running, biking, swimming and ice skating events in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont