On May 28, 2015

Killington Stage Race 2015 on Memorial Day Weekend

By Bobby Lanctot

The Killington Stage Race is made up of three different styles of bike racing. On the first day of competition, it’s the Lookout Restaurant & First Stop Sports Circuit Race: 18-mile circuit with a big ring climb & a fast finish. Includes K/QOM & Sprint Competitions. Champion System Road Race: 61/76-mile point-to-point race with rolling hills and 2 or 3 significant climbs, including Bethel’s West Hill Road and Killington’s East Mountain Road. Includes K/QOM and& Sprint Competition.
Long Trail Brewing Individual Time Trial: 11 miles and nearly flat for Vermont. This is where the race will be won see that the top riders are separated by only tenths of a second in both Mens Pro 1/2 & Womens 1/2/3

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