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Ludlow Rotary ready for 2017 Okemo Bike Race
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June 21, 2017

Ludlow Rotary ready for 2017 Okemo Bike Race

Saturday, June 24—LUDLOW—On Saturday, June 24 the Ludlow Rotary Club and Okemo Mountain Resort will co-host the 10th annual Okemo Bike Climb. The race field is limited to 250 riders with a mass start event with the following categories: men and women ages 12-19, 20-29, 30-39,…

“Bike ‘n’ Brew” kicks off Killington bike season
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June 14, 2017

“Bike ‘n’ Brew” kicks off Killington bike season

By Evan Johnson

Mountain bike season took a flying jump into summer this weekend as a swarm of mountain bikers took to the trails at Killington Resort in the first-ever Bike ‘n’ Brew, a celebration of local mountain bike trails and the culture riders enjoy.

Vermont Bike & Brew to span three days
Explore Killington
June 7, 2017

Vermont Bike & Brew to span three days

Friday-Sunday, June 9-11—KILLINGTON—Vermont Bike & Brew, three days of organized mountain biking for all skill levels with entertainment for the whole family, will descend on Killington Resort Friday, June 9, Saturday, June 10, and Sunday, June 11.

Join MTBVT at Killington Bike Park for Vermont’s…

Route 100 bike trails to grow with new funds
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May 18, 2017

Route 100 bike trails to grow with new funds

KILLINGTON—Killington’s Parks and Recreation Department has a received $45,000 grant from the the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. The Recreation Trail Program (RTP) 2017 grant will aid in the construction of 5.3 miles of mountain bike trails located on Route 100. Additionally, the…

Annual Wallingford Bike Day blends safety and fun

Saturday, May 13, 10 a.m.—WALLINGFORD—On Saturday,  May 13, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., the Wallingford Community Bike Safety Day will host its 19th annual event at the Wallingford Elementary School. This fun, interactive event always has something for all ages, from free helmet fitting to an obstacle…

Local News
February 15, 2017

Proctor bike path gets rolling

By Evan Johnson

PROCTOR—Cyclists and pedestrians in the town of Proctor are looking for a safe way to get around, and in the coming months, a new bike path may become a reality. Last year, the town received a $27,000 VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program…

Altitude Sickness
August 18, 2016

Altitude Sickness: Road rash

It’s funny what happens when you run on autopilot. More on that later, though. A couple of weeks ago I was out riding my road bike, and my ride took a bit longer than I had hoped (my plan was to go up Killington Road,…