Ride Guide "Vermont"

"Ride Guide" is a mountain travel TV series, where the hosts and guest pros, share their travels of skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking from locations throughout the world. "Ride Guide" is distributed into 60 million homes in 60 countries worldwide. Throughout Canada, Ride Guide airs on OLN, Rush HD, Shaw Video On Demand, Rogers On Demand, and Men TV. "Ride Guide" can be seen in 20 million homes across the USA on The Ski Channel. Ride Guide is broadcast into 55 countries throughout Europe on The Extreme Sports Channel and into 1 million homes in Australia on Fuel TV. Ride Guide is also distributed on-line through Dose.Ca, BikeMag.Com, and Norco.Com. We'd like to share a few clips from their Vermont edition with you.

Ride Guide "Vermont" - Segment 1 (East Burke / Kingdom Trails)

Ride Guide "Vermont" - Segment 2 (Pittsfield)

Ride Guide "Vermont" - Segment 3 (Killington)

Ride Guide "Vermont" - Segment 4 (Rutland)

To try these rides yourself:
Killington- Bikes can be rented at the resort. Since the trails are accessed by the ski lifts, you will need to wear protective equipment when riding. Camping is available nearby at Gifford Woods State Park.
The Pittsfield trails are also in this area; ask at the Pittsfield General Store for information. These trails start at the Amee Farm in Pittsfield.

Rutland/Pine Hill Park- folks can also camp at Gifford Woods or Bomoseen and can rent bikes from the bike shops on the Killington. For more information on the Rutland/Pine Hill Trails go to: http://pinehillpark.org/php/Pine_Hill_Park_Welcome.html

Kingdom Trails/East Burke- they can rent bikes at East Burke Sports, and the trails start right at the Kingdom trails office in the village of East Burke. Their website is http://www.kingdomtrails.org/. Camping is available at Maidstone State Park.

If your looking for a little bit calmer ride, check out these links for more information:


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