Presented by Analog Cycles

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Online Registration Deadline: Wednesday, Oct 6, 2021 at 5:00 PM ET

Total Event Registration Limit: 100

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Category Start Time Distance Prizes Field Limit Fee
Sold Out ATB Race $25 5:00 AM 80 miles 1st place: Pie and Donuts. 30 $25
  • 80ish mile ATB race. Class 4 roads, single track, river crossings, way finding, insane climbs. 13k + of climbing. Very. Very. Hard.
Sold Out ATB Scramble $25 8:00 AM 40 miles Survival 60 $25
  • 40 hard miles of class 4 roads, single track, wayfinding and climbing. Incredibly hard for a 40 mile ride
Sold Out ATB Ramble $25 10:00 AM 30 miles None 30 $25
  • As mellow as rides get 'round here. Dirt roads, some class 4, some climbing. Scenic as all hell. Sandwich stop in the middle, super relaxed pace, weird history lessons mixed in if you want.

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Breakfast Sunday AM - $7.50

Mike and Emily at the East Poultney General Store make a mean breakfast burrito (and breakfast bowl). Highly recommended pre ride chow. They also have coffee down there, beer, all the good stuff one needs. Analog doesn't make any profit off the any of the food listed, as an FYI.

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Breakfast Saturday Morning - $7.50

Mike and Emily at the East Poultney General Store make a mean breakfast burrito (and breakfast bowl). Highly recommended pre ride chow. They also have coffee down there, beer, all the good stuff one needs. Read carefully to make sure you get the right set up for your ride category.

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Camping at Slate Valley Trailhouse Saturday Night - $22.00

Overflow / cush camping at Hardy and Caitrin's Slate Valley Trailhouse. Pretty easy 2.4 mile ride from Analog.
Hot showers, bike wash, van or tent camping, wifi, drinking water included in cost.

Their spot is really gorgeous, AND it has easy access to the trail system, which you can access from their side yard.

Logistics: Drop car and camp stuff here. Then ride to Analog. There will [+more]

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Camping at State Valley Trailhouse Friday Night - $22.00

Overflow / cush camping at Hardy and Caitrin's Slate Valley Trailhouse. Pretty easy 2.4 mile ride from Analog.
Hot showers, bike wash, van or tent camping, wifi, drinking water included in cost.

Their spot is really gorgeous, AND it has easy access to the trail system, which you can access from their side yard.

Logistics: Drop car and camp stuff here. Then ride to Analog. There will [+more]

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Naga Bakehouse Pizza - $17.00

More or less unlimited pizza from one of the best pizza makers in VT. These cats grow their own wheat, mill it themselves, grown the veg, source local cheese and meat. Tikko, our photog / shipper, is part of the family that runs it. We'll have a random assortment of pies, but to get the meat to veg proporitions right, please select which style you are down with, if ya want pizza. You want pizza.

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Camping at Analog Saturday Night - $7.00

Pretty much no one in their right mind will wanna attempt driving after the scramble or ramble. Come hang out and camp. We'll have optional pizza, a few fire rings, a cooler with a bunch of ice so you can jam a bunch of craft beverages in there. Tents or vans only. No RVs, no generators, please. Accommodations are rustic: no water, just a porta pot. The East Poultney General Store is a 6 minute walk / 2 minute drive [+more]

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Camping at Analog Friday Night - $7.00

Tent or Van Camping at Analog. We have a bunch of low key tent sites scattered in the woods around the shop. Ultra rustic: just a porta pot, and rain water you can filter. The shop is a 2 minute bike ride from the East Poultney General Store, so if you need any provisions, you can ride or walk there. We'll have a few fire pits set up for cooking / hanging out. If you are travelling with a crew of people, we ask that [+more]

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