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Killington Mountain Bike Club

Bike Bum Races, Sherburne Trails, & More!

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Membership

The Killington Mountain Bike Club (KMBC) is a local chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association.

TRAIL NETWORKS

See what trails are open and what the conditions are at Sherburne Trails here.

Events

Our Events include Bike Bum Races, Trail Days, Fundraisers, Trail Fixing Clinics, & More!

GET OUT AND RIDE!
What we Do

Provide Information

On our Facebook Page and Website we provide information on the bike trails in the area, local events, and how to make the best of your riding! Check often to see what we’re up to in Killington.

Organize Trail Days

We always are looking for volunteers to help with Trail Days! These maintenance days are to help keep the bike trails in prime riding condition. Help us prep the trails for riding!

Sponsor Local Events

We enjoy sponsoring local bike-related events such as the 8th Annual Long Trail Century Ride and the Bike Blast Off Party. Join us to shred Killington, have fun, and benefit local people!

Meet our Board

Ben Colona

President

I have been living in Vermont since 2009, and that is when I picked up true mountain biking. The sport is great for many reasons and I enjoy sharing the experience and the benefits of riding a bike. Vermont is the place to be!

Mark Paquette

Mark Paquette

Vice President

Mark is a lifelong cyclist and trail advocate who has retired to Vermont and wants to continue to promote mountain biking in the Killington Region. Mark is also a certified mountain bike instructor who enjoys being in the outdoors and is an advocate for continued trail development in the greater Killington community.

Rebecca Claffey

Treasurer

Sarah Newell

Sarah Newell

Secretary

I am an avid outdoor recreationalist and firmly believe Vermont is the best place in the US to live and play! It’s an exciting time to be a member of KMBC as we strive to strengthen and grow four season recreation opportunities for the community.

Jay ‘Rosey’ Rosenbaum

Jay ‘Rosey’ Rosenbaum is the owner and operator of KSA BUILT Trail Design & Construction. Rosey has been riding mountain bikes since 1986 and brings with him more than 20 years of trail-building experience. He loves to share his passion for mountain biking and his desire to continue to grow the sport in Vermont.

Kelsey Cruickshank

Kelsey is an outdoor enthusiast. She’s lived in mountain towns all over the country and now calls Vermont home. Although not a mountain biker, she appreciates the close-knit Killington community and is an advocate for outdoor recreation.

Amy McKillop

I bought my first mountain bike in 2015 and immediately fell in love with it. The mountain bike community here is a big part of the reason why I have chosen to make Vermont my home and I am excited to help grow & promote our trail network.

I’m a big fan of social group rides and love introducing new people to the sport!

Trail Day, BBQ, and Bike Bum Tee Shirt

Join us Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 2 PM – 6 PM for our Trail Day, BBQ, and Bike Bum Tee Shirt We will be hosting a trail day to help clean drainage ditches, leaf blowing, mud pit fixing, and all around preparation for the winter. After the trail day we will have a BBQ, trail project updates (exciting news here!), and we have a Bike Bum tee shirt for all season long sign ups from 2018. Extra shirts can…

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Thank You!

Thank you to everyone that made our official trail opening a great success. We are so happy to have the support of our Killington Community, Sinuosity: Flowing Trails, Vermont Mountain Bike Association, U.S. Forest Service – Green Mountain, Killington Resort, Killington Parks & Recreation, all of our local businesses, and our volunteers! Get out and ride!

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The Killington Mountain Bike Club (KMBC) is a local chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association.

Become a member of the Killington Mountain Bike Club by purchasing a Vermont Mountain Bike Association membership and choosing KMBC as your home or a secondary chapter. Your support goes direct to expanding and maintaining the Sherburne Trails.

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