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An incredibly scenic gravel road circumnavigation of the Ascutney Basin area of Vermont area featuring a tucked-away, destination sugarhouse at full boil.
Trail Break Taps + Tacos after party
There is no cost to attend this conference! Lunch is included :-) Click here to register.
This year, we aim to diversify participation by broadening the scope of the event to all those interested in discovering new ideas and gaining new insights to bring back to their own schools and communities, in order to amplify our work on promoting safe routes for all vulnerable road users, especially children, older adults, and people with disabilities or mobility impairments. We are pleased to offer you an exciting program of presentations and networking opportunities that you will not want to miss! You will come away with useful new ideas, tools, and resources! Our goal is to help you become an even more powerful advocate for making your community and it’s schools a safer place for everyone to walk and bike.
Here is a sample of some of the exciting breakout sessions we're offering this year:
- Reclaiming and Remaking Streets: Lessons from a Student-led Pop-up Project in Rutland
- Building Bridges: A Successful Community-School Partnership in Shelburne
- Funding your Safe Routes Projects: A Panel Discussion
- Playing with the Built World! Tips & Tricks with Finn
The Vermont Piedmont Populaire will pass through scenic, hilly Washington & Orange Counties. 101kilometers
Come out of your winter hibernation for a fully supported 36.9 mile gravel grinder covering (almost) all of the amazing dirt roads Central Vermont has to offer. It's not easy, but it's definitely worth it. For those hesitant to depart their winter hibernation, there is a shorter 21.3 mile loop that will still give you plenty of dirt, fun, and cow sitings.
As always, we will have a fully stocked aid station in Adamant with everything you could ever hope for while out on an April gravel ride with all of your friends!
Join us after for a massive parking lot party! Your entry includes delicious food and beer tickets to help you cap off an amazing Saturday!
Rasputitsa is Russian for the mud season when roads become difficult to traverse. The Rasputitsa is a psychotic 40 mile, insane, drop to your knees and cry sufferfest with an absurd section so difficult that people won't believe your stories called Cyberia.
Online Registration Deadline: Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019 at 3:00 PM ET
Event to be held in Cannon Park in Middlebury. Drop off bikes and gear you wish to give away or sell on consignment at Frog Hollow Bikes up to noon Fri May 3. Look for displays from local groups, demo rides and great deals. Proceeds benefit Middlebury Safe Routes to School. For more info or to arrange display, contact Carl Robinson at email@example.com.
Questions about bike drops off go to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Mountain 200k 2019:
Known as “The Bakery Brevet” where you can eat breakfast all day long, this ride aims to mix stunning scenery and varied terrain with some enjoyable control stops along the way. Include 20%+ good quality dirt roads. These are Vermont automative roads, not trails, but wider tires are recommended.
SKIRACK's most popular annual event keeps getting bigger and better. Join us on Saturday, May 4 (9am - 7pm) and Sunday, May 5 (10am - 2pm) for the area's best Bike Swap. You'll find great deals on bicycles, bicycle components, bicycle trailers, wheels, roof racks & more! Many items discounted 25% on Sunday!
Got Gear to Sell?
We have FIVE FULL DAYS OF DROP OFF!
We accept swap items* for take-in during regular store hours from 8am Monday, April 29th through 7 pm on Friday, May 3rd. The Swap begins 9am on Saturday, May 4th.
When your item(s) sell, you get 75% in the form of a check or 100% in store credit.
Earl's Bike Swap 2019!
How does it work?
Drop off your used bike Thursday May 2nd or Friday May 3rd from 10am to 5pm. Our staff will be happy to advise you with the value of your bike, but you are free to set your own price.
Bikes must be in safe, rideable condition, and of bike shop quality. Department store bikes such as Huffy, Pacific, Murray, Next, etc. will not be accepted.
If your bike sells, you receive 100% in-store credit or 70% in the form of a check paid to you on Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.
The Trailside Center is open for the season. Come get your rental bike and cruise around Burlington and the surrounding areas! For more information check out our by clicking here