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Presented By: Mad River Bill Koch League

BKL Parents, Leaders and Friends.

With the arrival of the first snowflakes it is time to register for the 2021-22 Bill Koch League Season.  Please read important details below about registration, programming and seasonal ski lease.

The first round of registration is open until 11:59PM Wednesday, November 3rd.   

Mad River BKL is a program for K-8 graders.  Tuesday from 3:30-4:30pm (extending to 5:00 with more daylight).  Practice will begin on Tuesday Dec. 21th. Registration Fee $90.  (For families registering multiple skiers, please use code mrbklfamily for a 10% discount).

The Ski Lease Program includes, boots, poles, classic skis and skate skis for $50 per skier.  All participants looking to lease gear please purchase merchandise item "ski lease".

Although the ongoing COVID pandemic poses challenges, we will operate in a manner that ensures the safely of all particpants and the Mad River Valley Community, and builds upon our success running safe outdoor programs last season.  It is expected that all BKL participants and their families will abide by NENSA Covid Protocols.  

We are excited for SNOW and the opportunity to get outside and play on skis  

* If you have questions about registration, programming or financial assistance please email [email protected]*

Mad River Bill Koch League Practice Schedule 2021-22

November Gear Pick-Up TBD

Dec. 21 Solstice Celebration

Dec. 28 (Vacation) No practice

Jan. 4 

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb 15

Feb. 22 (Vacation) No practice

Mar. 1 (Town Meeting Bonus Practice)

Mar. 8

Mar. 15 Finale and Gear Return

BKL Weekend/Race Events:

Jan. 8 Bogburn Classic/BKL

Jan.15 Silver Fox Trot BKL/Citizen’s Race (Rikert)

Jan. 16 Craftsbury Scramble/BKL

Feb. 12 Woodstock Sweetheart/BKL

NWVT Mini Festival Sleepy Hollow 

Mar.  5-6 BKL Festival Waterville, ME 

Mar. 20 Rikert/Middlebury Snow Bowl Grand Prix Skier Cross






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