The Vermont Mountain Bike Festival returned to The Valley for the second year in a row and it ran much smoother than the first year.
“It’s a great outdoor, family-friendly event that showcases the beauty of The
The Eastern States Cup Sugarbush Showdown series this past Sunday, July 16, featured both enduro and downhill mountain bike races with a combined cash and prize purse of $3,200. The enduro race saw 154 competitors with
The Mad River Valley’s bet on recreation could be a good investment; the Community Vitality Project (CVP) members certainly hope so.
The CVP has continued to reach out to community members as well as interested
Sugarbush-sponsored mountain bike rider Isaac Allaire placed first in the Eastern States Cup Enduro at Sugarbush this past weekend, while also grabbing third in the downhill race.
Sugarbush hosted the fifth stop
Sugarbush Resort is hosting the fifth stop in the Eastern States Cup East Coast Showdown series Friday, August 19, through Sunday, August 21. The series features both enduro and downhill mountain bike races with a
Nine years ago mountain bikers from all over the Northeast rode into the inaugural Vermont Mountain Bike Association’s festival held in Waterbury. Starting Friday, July 22, the festival will come to The
Bikers at the Vermont Mountain Bike Association’s (VMBA) festival this weekend will be the first to ride yet another trail created by the Mad River Riders (MRR).
The trail, Evolution, has been under construction
Mad River Riders is hosting the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival at Mt. Ellen July 22 through 24. The event will feature some of the best riding in The Valley as well as showcasing multiple local businesses. The Vermont