It has been said that the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival is the country’s most scenic and family-friendly riding festival. Riders can expect the best festival bang for their buck in Vermont July 31 to August 2.
Registration comes with full access to ten companies demoing bikes, guided rides, women’s clinics, kids camps, BBQ, T-shirt, camping, beer garden, raffles/games, live music and a full field of more than 35 vendors. Total price: $65. Vermont Mountain Bike Association Executive Director, Tom Stuessy shared, “If a rider can find a better 3-day festival deal, I’ll pay for it.”
Hosted at Ascutney Trails, riders can plant themselves for the weekend – lodging, mechanics, food and rides are all available on site. The guided rides and demos take advantage of the Ascutney Trail’s 50 miles of single track, which are accessed from the center of the festival.
For information and to register visit vmba.org.
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