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Purchase a pass to experience a full season aboard the Bike Ferry!
- Unlimited use, no blackout dates, no restrictions
- The connection between Colchester and the Champlain Islands during operating hours, avoiding major roadways
- Adults: $40 (plus $2 processing fee) for adults through March 31; beginning April 1 price increases to $50
- Youth 7-17: $25 (free for children 6 and under)
- Late May-June 14: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day
- June 19 through Labor Day, September 7: Seven (7) days a week
- September 11-October 12: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
- Hours of Operation: 10 am to 6 pm
* Schedule is subject to change due to weather and circumstances beyond Local Motion's control.
Share your thoughts and ideas for the Interstate 89 corridor through Chittenden County. Join us in-person or watch a live stream video of the meeting directly at the website: www.envision89.com. Dinner will be provided. Join us at Winooski City Hall, March 11th, 6-8 PM.
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) and the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) are conducting a study of Interstate 89 within Chittenden County to create a vision and identify improvements.
All meetings are accessible. Requests for free interpretive or translation services, assistive devices, or other accommodations should be made to Diane Meyerhoff.
The Traditional Grinder: This route will be ~25 miles with lots of climbing and lots of dirt winding through the hills of Waterbury - pretty similar to years past, but we'll switch it up so you don't get bored.
The Big Grind: a 50-mile route with even more climbing and gravelly goodness. Really want to test your early season legs? Stoked on the Traditional Grinder but want to see if you can push it a little farther? This one's for you.
This is our largest and most important annual fundraiser. It's always a blast and this year is going to be the best ever. All proceeds from the event directly support trail building and maintenance in the Waterbury Area--Perry Hill, Little River State Park, and elsewhere. They also help fund our long-range plans to link WATA trails to other local trail systems. So, come on out for a great day of riding and support the trails while you're doing it!
To register or for more information click here
Let's activate our shared potential for human change! Join the positive revolution and activate your voice, your wheels, and your imagination! This community event launches with a professional high flying BMX show and moves through town on human-powered wheels. An after-party will include a community-wide party at the skate park with bands, pickleball, cargo bike test rides and bike races for kids. Don’t miss this growing tradition.
If you would like to volunteer contact Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep your eyes peeled for community bike decorating workshops during the first week of May.
The 200-on-100 is a challenging double-century that starts at the Canadian border and ends at the Massachusetts state line. The 210-mile route largely follows VT-100, which is where the ride gets its name. First, run in 1984, the 200-on-100 is a Vermont classic. Highly-experienced cyclists, only.
The Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride presented by Long Trail Brewing (formerly known as the Long Trail Century Ride) is an annual event to enjoy the beauty of Vermont through cycling and mountain biking all while raising funds for the state’s largest nonprofit organization committed to providing sports and recreation to people with disabilities.