New Ride Partner in 2017!

Date: February 14, 2017
We are excited to welcome WillPower Enterprises to the team.
Categories: Ride Updates

Looking for fundraising tips as a new rider? First-time rider and Vermont Foodbank Board Member, Jason Doiron, shares a few of his fundraising secrets!
Categories: Ride UpdatesTraining Tips

Bob Schermer, 9 Time Century Rider, shares what this event means to him and suggestions for successful fundraising!
Categories: Ride UpdatesTraining Tips

Mountain Biking is back!

Date: February 15, 2016
Back in 2017, in partnership with Sport Trails of the Ascutney Basin (STAB), we'll be offering a 20 mile mountain bike option at Mt. Ascutney!
Categories: Ride Updates

See Photos from Last Year's Ride!

Date: August 21, 2015
Check out the photos from our beautiful ride day in 2015!
Categories: Photo Galleries

Join us at the Pasta Party!

Date: July 27, 2015
Save time on the morning of the ride AND carbo load for the big day! Pick up your packet on Friday, August 7th and stick around for a pre-ride pasta party and get to know your fellow riders.
Categories: Ride Updates

Store your stuff with The Mobile Locker Co. on Ride Day!
Categories: Ride Updates

Becoming a Better Bike Rider. Bike Set-Up and Postural Hints

Source: Ian from Fit Werx
Date: July 13, 2015
By focusing on bike set-up and your posture while riding you can develop your muscles to work efficiently and in harmony with each other on the bike.
Categories: Training Tips

It’s All About the Message!

Source: Cathie Pelchat - Vermont Foodbank
Date: July 8, 2015
Vermont Foodbank's Cathie Pelchat gives some helpful fundraising tips
Categories: Training Tips

Effective Fundraising How To – A Force for Good!

Source: Marty from Fit Werx
Date: June 8, 2015
Fit Werx, Road and Triathlon Cycling Specialist, Marty Miserandino, says the number one reason people don’t get the support they hope for is that they don’t ask and/or they don’t ask enough. Read on for his low effort-high impact ideas that will help you reach your fund raising goals!
Categories: Training Tips