• Date
    Saturday October 15, 2022
    Saturday October 15, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , Vermont United States
    206 Maple Ridge Road, West Burke
Race Details:

Presented By: CrossCycle Fitness & Adventures


Join us for our 3rd Annual Hibernator Gravel Cross Race

Expect an epic October day climbing & descending in and around the Northeast Kingdom over scenic dirt roads, class IV sectors, access trails (class V & VI), grassy farm fields (class F), & singletrack.
Two incredible course options to choose from - 50k+ or 100k+.
Best suited for a gravel/cross rig or a hard tail mountain bike. 
Blowdowns, cobbles, trenches, and dismounts are not out of the question.
Undoubtedly one of the hardest events in Vermont.  
Rain, snow, or shine
Vermont style post-ride food & beverages included.
Primarily GPS & cue sheets, with marked farm fields.  
Hoping to saying goodbye to Covid!

Course Options:

100k+ Course

Featuring upwards of 9,000' of elevation over brutally hilly terrain.  Kicks in the ass and hard punches when you least expect it, coupled with the most amazing views of the NEK.  Ride times: 4.5 - 7 hours.  This course is for riders looking to find their 100%. 

  50k Course

Featuring nearly 4,500' of elevation with 1/2 the knar and half the distance.  For the weekend warriors and those newish to the gravel scene.   Ride times: 3-5 hours

Feed Zones:
As always, we will be featuring Honest to Goodness farm's hand-pressed cider spiked with their very own wood fired maple syrup!  And who can forget our homemade pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are making their comeback.  I mean... really?  

Need a gravel or mountain bike?  Give Village Sport Shop Trailside a call to demo a sweet ride!

Hibernator Training? Check out CrossCycle Fitness & Adventures located at the base of Burke Mountain for custom workouts or guided tours of the Kingdom. 



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