Vermont Mountain Bike Festival

Vermont Mountain Bike Festival July 13-14, 2013

- 50 miles of single track
- Onsite bike shop - Onion River Sports!
- Beginner, family & advanced guided rides
- X-country, downhill & pump track clinics
- Pump track & skills course
- Mountain Bike Olympics
- Awards Ceremony
- Multiple vendors eager to speak with you
- Women's rides
- After ride yoga sessions
- Raffles, games & prizes
- BBQ, Band & Long Trail Brewery!!

http://www.vermontmountainbikefestival.com/

http://stabvt.blogspot.com/2013/01/vmba-festival-july-13-14.html

Ascutney Basin Trails are half the distance from Fairfield County as Kingdom Trails and are emerging as the second most popular trail system in Vermont.

Lodging: I have lodging for 6 to 8 in Ludlow for Friday and Saturday night for $60 per person (i.e. $30 per person per night). Beds are limited. There are six beds. Two are twins. The rest are full. I can put a couple (i.e. two people) in each full. Lodging does not include food. We can discuss that later. I have 5-acres of land so here is also room for tent-camping for $10.  If we get more then 8 people interested then we can sleep more if people are willing to sleep in bags on the floor. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Petes-Place/115056798518196

The "venue" listed above is that of the resort.  Lodging is at Pete's Place, and the car pool meetup location(s) on Friday is(are) by individual arrangement.  Festavel fees are not included in lodging. Food is not included in lodging. Bring linen and TP.

 

For details on the festival and to registrar for the festival go to :

http://www.vermontmountainbikefestival.com/


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    Looking forward to this Mb event and staying at Pete's Place.

    June 19, 2013

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