Local Groups & Committees Calendar

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  • Sunday, June 03, 2018 at 07:00 AM
    Lilac Ridge Farm

    Tour de Heifer

    15-30-60 mile Vermont Dirt Road Rides

    The Tour de Heifer's 60 and 30 mile challenge routes follow dirt roads with minimal pavement. Both entail significant elevation change -- that is, hill-climbing, and lots of it! Both the 30 and 60 mile challenges are loop rides with opportunities for bailing out.

    Families and people who love to walk will enjoy our guided hike to the top of nearby Round Mountain.

    All of the begin and end at Lilac Ridge Farm in West Brattleboro, and feature incredible views, farm and woodland terrain, New England villages (one with a covered bridge), and much more.

    What does it support?

    The Tour is a fund-raiser for Strolling of the Heifers -- The Tour helps support the Stroll's Farm to Table Apprenticeship Program, which teaches nutrition and culinary skills to underemployed community members, placing them in full-time, permanent positions at local restaurants and institutional kitchens.

    Ticket's available at: https://www.bikereg.com/tourdeheifer

  • Friday, June 08, 2018 at 08:00 AM
    The EastSide Restaurant in Newport, VT

    Ride around Lake Memphremagog

    This ride is a favorite of the local Kingdom Velo Group - a guided tour around Lake Memphremagog with stops at Georgeville, Magog, The Abby and Masonville. This 80 mile route is a great way to "warm up"  for the kingdom game weekend, or do it as a stand-alone day ride and forget the rest! But, you better bring your passport! This ride involves International Travel and is just so much fun.

  • Friday, June 08, 2018 at 12:00 PM through June 11, 2018

    The June Tour

    Three Days of Fully Supported Rides

    Carefully selected stretches of road that showcase the best of the Northeast Kingdom. 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. Lunch, maps, directions and roving SAG wagons are provided. 

    For more information: http://kingdomgames.co/tour-de-kingdom/

  • Saturday, June 09, 2018 at 08:00 AM
    Mike's Tikki Bar in East Burke, VT

    The Moose

    A 103 mile "timed event" with great prizes and wonderful spirit. The roads are smooth, wide and mostly repaved in recent years. Racers most obey all rules of the road, meaning you have to stop at all stop signs - but hey, there are only three in the 103 miles :)


    For more information: http://kingdomgames.co/tour-de-kingdom/

  • Saturday, June 09, 2018 at 10:00 AM
    Leddy Park

    Learn to Ride Class 6.9.2018

    10:00 -11:00 am: ages 3-5
    12:00 - 1:00 pm: ages: 5-7
    2:00 - 3:00 pm: ages 7 and up


    Free! for Local Motion members
    $20 for non-members with pre-registration
    $40 for non-members for day of registration

    To learn more and to register, please visit: www.localmotion.org/learn_to_ride_class

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 09:30 PM through June 11, 2018
    Tunbridge World's Fair in Tunbridge, VT

    The Ranger

    2nd annual ride and party in the pasture! A gravel ride + a mountain bike style enduro sigments in one 32(ish) mile loop of dirt.  A shorter, 16 mile loop is available as well. This is a ride with purpose, to show that you have some of the best gravel riding and the wold and that you should have a darn good time on your bike! Riders depart at 9:30 am, the party begins at 11:30am. Check out www.therangervt.com for more details.

  • Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 06:30 AM
    Richmond Vermont

    Irreverent Road Ride

    As wicked and wild as ever. The Irreverent Road Ride returns for its 7th! incarnation in the month of June, giving extended day light hours to traverse the back roads of Vermont's beautiful Green Mountains. Still the country's single most challenging dirt road ride, bar non. Unsanctioned, untimed, unruly and unpredictable.


    Registration: https://www.bikereg.com/irr7

  • Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 07:30 AM

    Bike for the Lake

    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!

    For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.northernlakechamplain.org/events/bike-for-the-lake-2018/

  • Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 07:00 AM
    Bridgewater Corners

    2018 Long Trail Century Ride to Benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports

    All rides start and finish at Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater Corners, VT. Four rides, including a century ride, 60 miler, 40 miler, and a 20-mile loop for those looking for a shorter ride of for adaptive riders, will take you in and around the beautiful Killington region. Plus we have a family and adaptive friendly 5k ride right near the brewery and mountain bike course at Killington Resort as well.

    Huge Apres-Ride Party at Long Trail Brewery complete with BBQ, beers, live music and more.

    FAMILY FRIENDLY - Kids corner, plus face painting, games, activities and more.

    Tickets for party-only are $15/adults and $10/kids - all to raise funds and awareness for disabled sports.

    Pedal or Party! More details at www.longtrailcenturyride.com



  • Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 07:00 AM

    Kingdom Graveleur KG2.0 Adventure Ride

    The date is set. Let's do it all over again, this time with a brand new course that travels to some fresh new areas. The Kingdom Graveleur KG2.0 gravel bike ride will be kinder and gentler than last year with a distance of just over 100 miles and an average elevation gains of 100' per mile. The terrain will be remote and virtually all gravel surface with less thank 10% paved road.

    As always, this is just a group ride. There are no route marking and there is no support. Everyone needs to be self sufficient and self reliant, navigation via GPS tracks, the stars, following tracks or whatever works for you.

    Just a bunch of friends getting together for a bike ride, and maybe some food and drink afterwards.

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