Set Your Reminders, Mark Your Calendars-The Vermont 50 Mountain Bike or Ultra Run is Going On Sale!
The 30th Vermont 50 Mountain Bike or Ultra Run goes on sale Thursday, May 25 at 7 PM ET.
The race will be held on September 24, 2023 at Ascutney Outdoors in Brownsville, VT starting at 6 AM. The course closes at 6:30 PM. Our race course will basically be the same as in years past.
Please visit our Race Registration Page: https://vermont50.com/
As a reminder:
There are NO Registration Fee REFUNDS
These events are fundraisers for Vermont Adaptive. Fees are non-refundable, regardless of injury, lack of adequate training, an irreconcilable schedule conflict, or any other reason, no matter how valid. It cannot be moved to a future year (NO DEFERMENTS).
Registration/Race Bib is also non-transferable.
BE A VT ADAPTIVE FUNDRAISER
We’re expecting the mountain bike to sell out in under 10 minutes, please consider becoming a VT Adaptive Fundraiser.
If you commit to raise a minimum of $500 for VERMONT ADAPTIVE before September 7 at noon ET, you can avoid the race registration rush on May 25th and will be entered into the race by the Race Director. You must contact our Race Director, Mike before May 25 at 7 p.m. if you’d like to choose this option.
DIDN’T GET IN, Another option to join our race is to VOLUNTEER with our race.
Book your RACE WEEKEND LODGING
If you DO Get IN don’t forget to make your lodging arrangements.
Here’s another way to support Vermont Adaptive-Join the 13th Annual Charity Challenge Saturday, June 17
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports will host the 13th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge presented by Killington Resort on Saturday, June 17. The event includes a choice of outdoor activities in the morning followed by an afternoon festival at the Skyeship Base Area at Killington Resort with live music, food trucks, a silent auction, and more.
The multiple road bike ride routes loop through the towns of Killington, Pittsfield, Bethel, Barnard, Woodstock, Ludlow, Bridgewater, and Plymouth, Vermont. Alternative sports to participate in include mountain biking, a gravel grind, hiking, or paddling.
Following the outdoor morning activities, all participants plus family, friends and festival goers can enjoy an afternoon of food trucks, a silent auction, vendor tents, and a festival featuring live music with Jamie’s Junk Show at the Skyship Base Area at Killington Resort.
Adaptive Athletes and Veterans/Members of the Armed Services participate for FREE. For the general public, registration is $75 registration plus a $150 minimum fundraising requirement.
Registration includes entrance to the festival, food, a beer ticket, live entertainment, and a guaranteed good time. Once the minimum fundraising requirement of $150 is met, participants receive: a commemorative event tee shirt and a Killington Ticket Voucher, valid for one day of skiing or riding during the 2023-24 winter season or one day of mountain biking during the 2023 summer season (not valid during Peak Dates and subject to Resort Operating Schedule).
For those not participating in the morning, party-only tickets may be pre-purchased online or at the door for $10/person. The event is held rain or shine.
This year’s sponsors to date include: Killington Resort, Lookout Tavern, Lawson’s Finest Liquids, Thule, NBT Bank, Vermont Mountain Bike Association, REI Co-Op, Turtle Fur, Zeal Optics, AARP Vermont, Saatva, 14th Star Brewing, Darn Tough, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont, 802 Cars, Luce Farm Wellness, GoPro, Bern, Outdoor Gear Exchange, Ski Vermont, Cabot Creamery, and many in-kind donations.
For more information and to register for the event, visit charitychallenge.