13th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge presented by Killington Resort
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It’s almost Here - Join Us Saturday, June 17 for the 13th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge presented by - Killington Resort.


The Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge presented by Killington Resort is an annual event to enjoy the beauty of Vermont through cycling, mountain biking, paddling, and hiking, all while raising funds for the state’s largest nonprofit organization committed to providing sports and recreation to people with disabilities. Multiple road bike ride routes loop through the towns of Killington, Pittsfield, Bethel, Barnard, Woodstock, Ludlow, Bridgewater, and Plymouth, Vermont. Or you can choose to mountain bike, hike, paddle, or do a gravel ride. The monies raised from this event support the adaptive programs and athletes of Vermont Adaptive year-round. It is also used toward scholarships – Vermont Adaptive never turns anyone away based on their ability to pay. We hope you can join us for a fantastic day of friendship in support of adaptive sports

After your morning activity, join in at the after-activity festival at the Skyeship Base Area, with live music from Jamie’s Junk Show, food trucks, vendor village, kids activities, a silent auction, and more. Vermont Adaptive’s goal is to raise $300,000 from this annual event so come be a part of the community and support adaptive sports.

Register Today - https://charityride.vermontadaptive.org/registration/

Or Volunteer - we have loads of spots that we need to fill AND you can get your merchant pass hours - https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/5069874962804700124/false#/invitation

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