There are actually multiple courses for the Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge and all run through the beautiful scenic roads in and around the Killington region. Riders will be given cue sheets at check in and a map is available under the course maps tab at the bottom of the page. To learn more, click through:
Friday, June 17 at the Skyeship Base Lodge on Route 4, Killington. Pick up your welcome packet and info on Saturday's event. We'll be there from 3-7 p.m. (and a bit before setting up if you want to come by then).
If you can’t make it by 7 p.m. Friday, you can check-in Saturday morning before your ride. Just give yourself enough time to do so.
Yes, you will need to sign ALL sides of a waiver in order to participate in-person on Saturday. If you’d like to speed up your check-in process, you can download the waiver and bring it with you already signed. Make sure to sign all sides – the waiver and bike safety code of conduct.
All activities are in and around Killington, Vermont on Saturday, June 18, 2022. All road bike rides start and end at the Skyeship Base Area on Route 4 in Killington. All other activities start at various times and different locations. To view the start time for your ride or activity, visit the schedule page of the website.
There will be minimal support on course with 1-2 vehicles to provide light mechanical assistance and first aid.
There will be ample food and drink at the stations. Sandwiches, fruit, chips, sweets/snacks and loads of hydration.
Yes, anyone participating in the ride, regardless of the route, is required to wear a helmet.
A road bike is best, and if you don’t own one, many of the shops in the Killington area offer demos and rentals. However, Time Trial Bikes are HIGHLY discouraged. They are meant for solo rides and training and not appropriate for this event. You can use an E-Bike if you want. If you’re mountain biking at Killington, then a mountain bike is recommended. Need to rent or demo a bike? Try these local shops:
As a general rule, there are no refunds except under extenuating circumstances like medical reasons or a death in the family.
Yes! All riders will have the opportunity to create a fundraising page through the registration process and encourage their friends, family and coworkers to support their ride efforts with a donation.
Yes! For example, if you registered for the 100 and want to ride the 60, that’s fine. You don’t have to do anything other than show up at the time for the route’s departure.
Gates open for the After-Ride Party at 11 a.m. All participants receive free entry, food truck tickets, drink ticket, and the enjoyment of live music and entertainment. Family and friends are welcome, too, and additional tickets are available for $10 at the gate. Bring your camp/beach chairs, blankets, hang out and make a day of it! The event ends at 5 p.m.
There are Porta Potties available for riders and the base lodge will be open. There are no shower facilities.
Yes. You can order festival-only entrance tickets online or in-person at Skyeship Base Lodge on Friday, June 17 at packet check-in or at the gate the day of the event, Saturday, June 18, 2022.
The event will be held rain or shine.