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Wednesday Ride n Dine

August 19, 2014
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Join us Wednesday Aug 20 for the Slateville ride. Dinner at The Barn. Meet at Deer Flats Farm ( about 4 miles past Pawlet on Rt 30 ) park on the right by the tractors at 6:15 pm. We ride to West Pawlet,  cross over to New York, through Slateville, follow Rt 31 to Rt […]

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Solstice Ride June 19

June 4, 2014
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Join us for our annual Epic Solstice Ride Thursday June 19. (epic only because we leave after work and want to be back before dark) As a warm up Thursday  June 5  6 pm ride to Pawlet and back to practice paceline . Thursday June 12 6 pm ride to the top of Danby Four Corners  and […]

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Saddle up…

April 26, 2014
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Time to get on your bike !! Join us for: ** Thursday Enthusiast Road Ride.  Every week leaves the shop at 6 pm. We start the season with some easy 15 to 20 mile rides and progress each week as daylight permits. We strive to average 15 mph.  As more people join we will have several […]

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Potluck and Africa Slide Show

March 26, 2014
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C’mon down !   Saturday March 29, 6:30 pm Amy and Robin’s house. Potluck theme will be Spanish and African.    Slide show “Great African Cycle Safari Adventure”. Amy’s making a Paella but you can bring anything you want. PLEASE call 362-2734 or email  Amy@BattenkillSports.com    Tell us how many of you are coming and […]

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Take A Kid Mountain Biking

September 23, 2013
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Saturday October 5  FREE EVENT –PRIZES Ages 4-12 Riley Rink,  Manchester. 1  pm Ages 12 and up.  Humphreys Trail, Dorset. 1 pm Ages 4 -12. Come to Riley Rink at 1 pm to register and have a safety inspection of your bicycle by Battenkill Bike Shop. Manchester Police Dept. and Amy Verner (certified League Instructor) […]

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AKP Ride October 5

September 22, 2013
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Join us for the 4th Annual AKP Foundation “Fighting Cancer with Adventure” Bike Tour through picturesque southwestern Vermont. 100 & 50 kilometer (62 & 31 mile) loops are supported with food and drink stops manned by friendly volunteers! Always Keep Pedaling   Click the link  for more information and to sign up. .

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Camden Valley Finale

August 27, 2013
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Wednesday’s Ride the “Camden Valley Finale” is the last Ride n Dine of 2013. Dinner at Mulligan’s in Manchester. Wednesday Aug 28 meet at the Eagleville Covered bridge at 6 pm. From Vt Rt 7a  take 313  9 miles west and turn right on Eagleville Road. Park before the bridge. You must have working headlights […]

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Don’t miss these rides !!

August 20, 2013
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Wednesday Ride n Dine. August 21. Londonderry Eight, dinner at Johnny Seesaw ( $19.95 Prix Fixe & regular menu) Meet at Johnny Seesaw’s and plan roll  at 6:oo pm ( they stop serving at 8:30) Please call Amy 362-2734 if you would like to be on the reservation. Click to see the route.  There will […]

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Wednesday Ride n Dine

July 30, 2013
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Londonderry Air.  July 31. Meet in the IGA parking lot in Londonderry for a 6:15 pm start. Dinner will be at North American Grill. We will ride south on Rt 100 and turn right on Springhill Rd, to South Rd, to Peru. Follow Hapgood Pond Rd to Landgrove Rd and back to the parking lot. Some […]

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Wednesday Ride n Dine (redux)

July 17, 2013
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Join us July 17,  6:15 pm for the Slate Quarry Tour. Dinner at the Barn Tavern. (cancelled last week due to weather) Park at the Deer Flats Farm on Rt 30 about 4 miles past Pawlet on the right The ride goes through West Pawlet,  to Slateville, New York  then north to Granville, returning to […]

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