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The Lazy Cow Vermont Ice Cream Truck


The Lazy Cow Vermont Ice Cream-Saturday and Sunday!

Holiday Inn Club Vacations-Pre-Race Pasta Dinner

(not included in your registration fee)

Where: Mountain View Ballroom, Windham Building, Holiday Inn Club Vacations Mount Ascutney Resort
Date: September 23, 2023
Time: 4-10 pm
The resort will not be holding a pasta dinner on Saturday night, but will offer specials.

There will be limited seating so reservations are a must.

To make a reservation call 802-245-4656.



There will be Aid Station Food available.
UnTapped Lemon Mapleaid
UnTapped Products at Skunk and Greenalls Aid Stations
Gatorade-at Skunk and Greenalls Aid Stations
Water, Coffee, Hot Tea, Hot Cocoa, Coffee, Soda
Electrolyte Pills, Salt
Pickles, Potatoes, Bouillon, Ramen Noodles
Peanut Butter, Jelly, Breads, Turkey Cheese
Fig Newtons, Candy and Gummy Bears
Watermelon, Oranges
*Note that not all items will be at all stations.*
Grilled Cheese: Some Aid Stations are supplied with a fry pan, PAM and spatula. Bread and cheese make GREAT Grilled Cheese sandwiches-Please ask at the later in the day aid stations.


vermont-50-race-day-finish-line-foodTwo Snack/Aid Stations for Participants Only
Volunteers will host and restock tables for our racers
One Table for Mountain Bikers and One Table for Runners
Mountain Bike Table open approx 10:30 a.m.
Runner Table open approx. noon (earlier if needed)

Cleanliness and Food Allergies

On Course

Aid station workers will make every effort to separate items containing nuts from the other food, but those with food allergies must take responsibility for checking about this practice each time they take food, or supply their own food with their crew. 

If you have specific dietary needs, you will need to pack your own snack food in drop bags for Aid Stations #3, #7, and #10.

Our Volunteers will try to practice “good food service and sanitation” they will wash hands with hand sanitizer, remove food and drink that look bad/dirty and wear protective gloves.

Please help them keep the food tables clean by using Hand Sanitizers or wipes before touching the food. AND if you touch it please take it!

The Lazy Cow Vermont Ice Cream Truck


The Lazy Cow Vermont Ice Cream-Saturday and Sunday!

Post Race Meal

For Participants, Volunteers and Landowners
This meal is included in your entry fee, Mtn Bikers-your wrist band is your meal ticket, Runners-your BIB pull tab is your meal ticket.
(menus subject to change without notice)

Prepared by Brownsville Butcher and Pantry
Menu to be served on a rotating entree basis | Serving from approx. 11:30 a.m.-6:45 p.m.

Carolina Style Pulled Pork w/ Tangy Mustard Dressing
Smoked Chicken Legs w/ Alabama Lime BBQ Sauce
Black Beans w/ Sofrito (Vegetarian)
Cilantro Rice (Vegetarian)
Broccoli & Cucumber Salad (Vegetarian)
Pico de Gallo (Vegetarian)
Grilled Corn Tortillas (Vegetarian)
Leafy Green Salad / Dressing On Side (Vegetarian)
Assortment of Fruit
King Arthur Bakery Cookies
Beverage Tent:
N/A Beverages (Soda, Kombucha, Coffee)

This meal is NOT self served and is NOT all-you-can-eat.
This food is provided to feed our race participants, volunteers and landowners.

Spectators, Family and Friends~ There will be Vendor Food Available from Lazy Cow and  Brownsville Butcher and Pantry

Adult Beverages at Brownsville Butcher and Pantry

Brownsville Butcher and Pantry will also have a fully stocked Beer Cooler in their store on Rte 44.

Retail Beer List: (please note this changes regularly but the following breweries are constant staples in the line-up)
Zero Gravity
Four Quarters
Bent Hill Brewery
Frost Beer Works
Rutland Beer Works
Green Empire Brewing
14th Star
Good Measure Brewing 
Upper Pass
Von Trapp
Shacksbury Cider
Graft Cider