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Point to Point, powered by VSECU, is a fundraising event that benefits the Vermont Foodbank. The event includes cycling (riding) and running options. Riding options include 100-, 50-, and 25- mile road rides, a 20-mile trail bike ride, a 28-mile gravel grinder bike ride, and a half marathon trail run.
A (4) Day Charity Cycling event to raise money for AIDS/HIV vaccine research. 100% of donations go directly to UCLA AIDS Institute and Emory Vaccine Center. Our event this year will take place in beautiful Burlington Vermont. We will have a different route each day of varying difficulty. This is a fully supported ride with breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided during the event. We also have fully stocked pit stops every 12-20 miles and an awesome crew to help you along the way.
We look forward to having you join us for our 18th Event. To-date, we have raised nearly $1.7 million that has gone directly to the amazing researchers at Emory University and UCLA.
Four day scenic cycle tour of Vermont. The Vermont Challenge mission is to provide the ultimate riding experience while striking a balance between the touring rider and the more serious cyclist. Offering a variety of scenic destinations that provide an authentic Vermont experience is our number one goal.
Each year, the Catamount Trail Association organizes the Race To The Top as a fundraiser and invites you to challenge yourself by hiking, running, or biking up the highest mountain in Vermont. So, double down on those hill workouts and Register Today. Until you’ve completed the Northeast Delta Dental Race To The Top Of Vermont, you can’t possibly know how tough you really are.
The course climbs up the historic Mansfield Toll Road, is 4.3 miles in length, and climbs 2564 ft. For some it’s all about trying to achieve a fast time up this tough 4.3 mile course. For others… they come to test themselves, and to enjoy the spectacular views.
No matter why you came, this is about supporting the Catamount Trail Association and all of the good work they do. This event is their largest fundraiser of the year. So, while you’re out there challenging yourself, know that 100% of the money raised at this event goes to support backcountry skiing and riding here in Vermont!
The Redemption Gravel Stage Race is located at the Old Stone House Museum in Brownington, Vermont. Proceeds from this event will support the Davis Phinney Foundation.The Davis Phinney Foundation is a non-profit with a mission to help people with Parkinson's live well with the disease. It was founded in 2004 by Davis Phinney, the former professional road bicycle racer and Olympic medal winner. The co-founder of the Redemption Gravel Stage Race, Heidi Myers, was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's disease in 2016.
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.
This year’s biking farm tour will feature two distances—a 30-mile route and a more relaxed, family-friendly 10-mile distance. You’ll pass through the beautiful pastoral landscape of the Champlain Valley and visit four to eight farms depending on your distance. Each farm stop will host additional food and beverage producers so there’ll be plenty of sustenance along the way. Riders sample everything from maple iced coffee and farm fresh salads to maple glazed ham and Vermont’s famous cheeses! At the end of your journey, spend some time enjoying the food and music at Vergennes’ Eat on the Green event.
Run it – Bike it – Hike it – But do it
Doin’ the dirt through “the gut” of the Northeast Kingdom
26.2 miles 17 miles 13.5 miles 10 km
Hosted by Kingdom Games, Lakeview Aviation and Parker Pie, West Glover
20% of all fees will be donated to the Halo Foundation, financially helping Orleans County families dealing with cancer.