Saturday, Jan. 22 at 8 a.m. — NORWICH — Have you ever wanted to try riding a fat bike in the snow? How about an electric fat bike? Come try this amazing winter activity while supporting the Upper Valley Land Trust. No prior experience necessary.
On Saturday, Jan. 22, Vermont Bike & Brew will be at the Brookmead Conservation Area in Norwich with its fleet of electric fat bikes for you to try. Sign up in advance for one of the 75-minute slots and explore the groomed trails at Brookmead. Cost is $70/person and all proceeds go to the Upper Valley Land Trust.
Pre-registration is required and includes an introduction to the bikes, a helmet, the ride itself, and a handful of coupons good for discounts at local businesses including Carpenter & Main, Dirt Cowboy, Still North Books & Bar, Red Kite Candies, The Norwich Inn, and more. You can sign up to ride at 8 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m., or 11:45 a.m. Call Jonas from Vermont Bike & Brew at 802-274-2277 with questions or to register. Space is limited.
If you want to ride an electric fat bike any other day of the week, you can do that too. Just call 802-274-2277 with questions or to make a reservation.