We've put together some of our favorite bike rides in our area. We hope you find this information entertaining and informative. As always, be sure to make yourself very aware of your riding routes. Take maps and compasses whenever possible as you will find many place in rural Vermont will not have any kind of phone signal and my military friends tell me there are GPS dead spots as well! (though I've never experienced it on any of these rides)
These routes exist as references only!! Road conditions can change from year to year or even month to month depending on weather and more. These routes are merely here as a reference, choosing to follow them without additional homework can result in becoming lost or worse, having to turn around and go back the way you came.
Kevin and Sonya took their first bike packing adventure together in Moosehead Lake (Greenville) Maine. As customers with Vermont Bicycle Shop they share their unique experience in buying equipment and using that equipment and advice on their first trip together through the wilds of Maine on bicycle!
Join us for a Labor Day bicycle adventure! We have two options depending on your commitment level and desire. One option is a more adventurous ride from Barre to Groton State Forest, the other a ride along the unpaved rail trails of from Plainfield to Groton State Forest.
George and Lance recently decided to celebrate George's 80th birthday by riding the C and O canal. A 185 mile bike path from Cumberland, MD to Washington, D.C. They were also gracious enough to share their story and write a blog for us!