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Truth and Techniques
A three-hour classroom presentation that will change the way you think about cycling and the cyclist’s role in traffic. Bikes and riding gear not required.
Date: Friday, July 20th
Location: Shaw’s Market Community Room, 570 Shelburne road.
In the shopping center next to the I 189-Shelburne Road intersection.
Train your bike
A three- hour on-your-bike session to build your bike handling skills.
Date: Saturday July 21st
Location: UVM “Catamount East” Parking lot behind the Doubletree hotel, here.
City tour of Burlington area
Date: Saturday July 21st
Location: Starts and ends at UVM Campus Green, 40 Prospect street, across from the UVM medical center parking lot.
Since 2012 and now a New England gravel riding classic!
We'll again have Cannondale helping us out and, new this year, support from the SkiRack.
For 2018 we've got a new venue and reconfigured routes (to be announced) but it'll be the same old ass-whuppin'
Oh, and we'll have beer from The Alchemist Brewery and a terrific spread from our friends at the Craftsbury General Store!
Registration is open!
Formerly the Harpoon Point to Point, the 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 and a 20- and 10-mile trail bike ride. New this year, the Point to Point includes a half marathon.
Register here: http://www.thepointtopoint.org/
The 11th annual Tour de Farms will feature a 30-mile route with 6 farm stops and shorter, kid-friendly 10-mile route for those who prefer a more relaxed adventure. Over 30 local farms, food businesses and restaurants will be participating. Sample everything from organic fruit smoothies to pulled port to maple scones!
This is the first time that the Tour is being hosted in Vergennes, and finishes at the Vergennes Eat on the Green Food and Music Festival so riders can expect totally new foods, landscapes and experiences.
*The Tour is Addison County Relocalization Network (ACORN)'s biggest fundraiser of the year and proceeds from the event go towards promoting the growth and health of local food and agriculture in Vermont's Champlain Valley.