The Leaf Blower "Soon to be classic fall ride"
Location: Skiershop lower parking lot, Stowe VT
Rain date: 10/15/2011
The Stowe Mountain Bike Club is stoked to present the first annual Leaf Blower “Soon to be classic fall ride”. The highlight of the event will be an epic ride led on some of Stowe’s most exciting and scenic trails. Whether you are sprinter who rides everyday, a weekend warrior, or a leisurely rider, there will be a group for you! Groups will leave in stages and ride the same route, taking a break in the middle to refuel on energy grub and water before charging back to town!
Once we’re back in town and everyone’s legs are fried the fun really begins. Frida’s will be catering a delicious hot meal with both meat and veggie options, as well as hearty deserts provided by the club. After folks are stuffed the night ride begins. Multiple groups will head into the townloops for a quick 30-minute ride. Costumes are encouraged, and lights are required. Upon returning there will be harvest and mountain bike related contests with the opportunity to win prizes from the club and our sponsors.
Your $25.00 ticket gets you admission, a T-Shirt (when pre-registered online), mid-ride energy food and drink, and dinner. Proceeds will go towards the SMBC’s ongoing trail maintenance and construction work. For questions or additional information please contact email@example.com
11am – 12pm Event registration at Skiershop lower parking lot
12pm – 12:30pm Rides depart
4pm – 6pm Food is served
6 pm – 7pm Contests and prizes
7pm Night ride departs
7pm – 10pm The fun continues!
Event T-Shirt and Registration information
Once you have registered please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and t-shirt size
On the day of the event we will simply check your name on our list of attendees and hand you your shirt!
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Stowe Mountain Bike Club
The Stowe Mountain Bike Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating a vibrant mountain bike culture with a world class trail network, supported by and engaged with the local community.