For more information on Vermont Biking explore the following pages. Many of these links will take you away from this GMBC website, so please use the back button on your browser to return to our site. Happy riding!
Information on local mountain bike organizations, more road bike information especially for individuals visiting the area and VT bike law information.
- Four Bike Routes in the Champlain Valley (Vermont Land Trust Recommendations)
- Road Biking in Vermont
- Vermont Mountain Bike Association
- Fellowship of the Wheel (builds and maintains mountain bike trails in Chittenden County)
- Vermont Outdoor Guide Association Biking Information
- Vermont Vacation Information
Get the most up-to-date weather and road conditions.
Report road problems on state and federal highways to VTrans: Click2Fix program. The site also has a link to a cell phone app associated with the program.
Local Motion’s Bicycle Crash Reporting form to be used if you experience a bike crash in Vermont. Data to be used to demonstrate need for improving roads and laws for biking.
Please note that these events may be postponed or canceled due to coronavirus regulations. Please see individual sites for the most updated information.
- Richard’s Ride:
May 16, 2020; New date: October 17, 2020. The ride is still staged from Cochran’s in Richmond. While sad to reschedule our traditional May date, we are excited to invite everyone to our event in October when the air will be fresh and the leaves turning to red and gold. We will be adding a challenging gravel ride into the mix this year – a route similar to the “pop-up” ride we hosted last fall. We are hoping for a HUGE turnout!
- Switchback Ride for the Lake:
June 20, 2020; (canceled for 2020 due to covid-19)
- Trans NH Bike Ride: June 1-28, 2020 (to benefit Muscular Dystrophy). NOTE: The 2020 ride has been changed to a virtual ride. Please see their web site for details. With one, two and three day options, this fully supported ride boasts the best scenery, support, camaraderie and much more! We are a unique point to point ride with all levels of riders participating. And we’re all riding for a great cause – continuing the fight to find treatments and supports for those afflicted with any of the many forms of MD, including ALS. Free transportation from Portsmouth, Thursday June 25, excellent hotel rooms, great food prepared by our supporting firefighter brothers and sisters, free daily massage and beer, premiums for fundraising beyond minimums, raffles of high end equipment and much much more. Please contact Bart Hemmerich, 603-566-5708 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions OR check out https://transnhbikeride.org