Location: Bridgewater, Vermont
Benefits: Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride – June, 20, 2020
Support Disabled Sports
The Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride presented by Long Trail Brewing (formerly known as the Long Trail Century Ride) is an annual event to enjoy the beauty of Vermont through cycling and mountain biking all while raising funds for the state’s largest nonprofit organization committed to providing sports and recreation to people with disabilities.
Whether cycling on the 100-mile, 60-mile or 40-mile loops, or simply journeying on the 20-mile loop, the gravel grind, or the family-friendly 5K bike ride, there is something for everyone to enjoy during the Vermont Adaptive Charity Ride. All courses start and finish at Long Trail Brewery, located on Route 4. The festivities continue for all after the ride, where a BBQ menu will be prepared, live music and family entertainment, refreshments, and more will make this an event not to be missed.
About Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports is a nationally recognized organization that empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay. In addition to sports, year round programming options integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people of all ages with cognitive, developmental, physical and emotional disabilities. Vermont Adaptive promotes independence and furthers equality through access and instruction to sports and recreational opportunities including alpine skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports; kayaking, canoeing, sailing, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, tennis, horseback riding, and more. More than 400 volunteers serve clients of all abilities with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities from all over the world in three winter locations in Vermont – Pico Mountain at Killington; Sugarbush Resort in Warren; and Bolton Valley Resort in Bolton as well as spring/summer/fall locations on the Burlington waterfront, Waterbury Reservoir, Stoughton Pond, and a number of state parks and bike and recreation paths across the state.
Visit our website for more info: http://www.vermontadaptive.org
For details on the courses visit: https://charityride.vermontadaptive.org/course-maps/
100-Mile: The Cabot 100 Mile: Easier Route
100-Mile: The Cabot 100 Mile: More Difficult Route
5K: The 5K starts on the 20-mile route, travels about 2 miles out on Route 100A, loops around on Hale Hollow Road, then travels back on 100A to the brewery.