Cambridge, Canyon, Bryce – gravel

Please pre-register for this ride here.

The route is mostly well maintained gravel with light traffic. There are several long climbs and some long fast descents. The scenery is great we will stop a few times at the best views. Caution is advised crossing Rte. 108 and descending Canyon, particularly when crossing the covered bridge where on a sunny day the transition from light to dark can be tricky. Also, the deck of the bridge has treads that should be taken slowly. VT gravel at its best.

A cue sheet will be posted as soon as available. It is also available on the GMBC RWGPS maps.

Covered Bridges of Chittenden County #3, gravel

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This is a gravel version of the covered bridges ride. 31 miles (M/S) of dirt roads and rolling hills through Shelburne and Charlotte. Two thirds of the route is unpaved with two sections of farm track and roughly 2.000 ft of elevation gain. Possible food stops include the Old Brick Store in Charlotte (no restrooms). Visit covered bridges in Chittenden County; Shelburne, Holmes, Sequin, and Quinlan.

Hollows, Ponds and Falls, gravel

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The 41-mile route has lots of dirt and very little traffic. It travels on Sherman Hollow, Gilman, State Prison and Big Hollow Roads. There are some falls on State Prison Road. Riders tour through the towns of Richmond, Huntington, Hinesburg, Monkton and Starksboro.

Please contact Brian if you are able to co-lead this ride.

Route is available to GMBC members on Ride with GPS. A pdf cue sheet will be attached when it becomes available.

Parking at Volunteer’s Green on Bridge St. in Richmond. Additional parking in the Richmond Post Office.

Mostly Unpaved Ride: MUP #1

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This ride travels 20 miles on gravel and dirt roads in Hinesburg and Charlotte including Guinea, Bingham Brook and Garen Roads.

Route is available to GMBC members on the Ride with GPS site.  A cue sheet link will be posted when available.

Texas Hill Double D, gravel

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This is a 43-mile route through Texas Hill, Dugway and Duxbury loop. The ride starts with a fairly big climb and then a downhill out to Duxbury and North Rd. out to Waterbury.

Ride route is available for GMBC members on Ride with GPS. Cue sheet will be posted when available.

Meet and park at the North Rd./Richmond Rd./Texas Hill turn-around gravel area (and bus stop).

There is no co-leader for this ride yet. Please call Brian if you are able to co-lead this ride.

Mostly Unpaved -MUP #2

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This mile travels 20 miles on the scenic and less travelled roads through the farmlands of Charlotte including Guinea and Roscoe Roads.

This route is available on the GMBC member Ride with GPS site.

Stone Walls and Solar Panels

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This scenic 30-mile (M) ride goes from Underhill to Cambridge on mostly dirt and gravel roads past a myriad of old stone walls and not so old solar panels. Our midway point is the store at the end of Upper Pleasant Valley Road in Cambridge.

Hinesburg-Monkton Gravel

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Start at the Park-n-Ride in Hinesburg and head south on rolling gravel hills. These are mainly very quiet roads with little traffic! To cut the ride short, there is an easy mid-point turn around where the route touches. Post-ride food is abundant in this part of Hinesburg–stop at Frost Brewery for a cold can of après brew.

Long ride: 41 miles, 3,140 ft elevation; short ride: 22.8 miles


Hinesburg-Buck-Gilman-Baldwin (gravel)

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This mostly gravel 20-mile ride traverses the back roads of Hinesburg with 1604 feet of vertical gain.

Franklin Forty Gravel Bike for the Lake

The Friends of Northern Lake Champlain together with the Franklin County mountain bike club are putting on a gravel ride in northern Franklin County September 30. The ride will start and end at the Choiniere farm trails, 3550 Gore Rd., Highgate Center. Vermont. There will be a 43 mile and a 17 mile loop. Registration includes lunch, socks, and a rest area.  More information can be found at