September 24, 2023 Brownsville, VT 05037 US Directions
Come run or mountain bike in the hills around West Windsor, Vermont the last Sunday in September.
Our Loyalty List Registration OPENS May 9 7 p.m EDT.
General Public Registration OPENS May 25 7 p.m. EDT .
Countdown to Race Day
Events

50 Mile Mt Bike

$175 6:00AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 8, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT
Open to ages 12+.

50 Mile Mt Bike Tandem

$230 6:00AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 8, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT
Open to ages 12+.

Women's Two Person Team 50 Mile Mountain Bike

$235 6:20AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 7, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT

Over 60 Two Person Team 50 Mile Mountain Bike

$235 6:20AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 7, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT
Open to ages 60+.

50 Mile Run

$170 6:30AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 8, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT
Open to ages 12+.

50 Mile 2-3 Person Team Relay Run

$375 6:30AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 7, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT

50K Run

$160 8:00AM EDT - 6:30PM EDT Registration Opens May 8, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT
Open to ages 12+.
Description

The Vermont 50 is an annual race held during the last weekend of September at Ascutney Outdoors in  West Windsor, Vermont. All benefits go to Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. A wonderful  place where youth and adults with disabilities gain a measure of self confidence and independence by participating in adaptive sports programs and activities year-round.

Since 1993 the Vermont 50 has been a destination for mountain bikers and ultra runners to enjoy a challenging and scenic Vermont landscape course that is like no other.  There is something for everyone. We offer the Vermont 50 mile Mountain Bike Race, Womens 2-person Bike Relay, Over 60 2-person Bike Relay,  50 mile Ultra Run,  50K Endurance Run, 2-3 Person 50 mile Run Team Relay and the Kids Fun Runs and Bike Rides.

NOTE-This race does NOT allow E-Bikes.

We are a family friendly event offering lots of kid centered activities such as the Hay Bale Treasure Hunt, The Fun Runs and Rides, clowns, face painting and more! Join us and find out why the Vermont 50 has become so popular. (Subject to change as COVID-19 rules and regulations apply.)
Spots fill-up quickly so early registration is a must!

What is The Vermont 50

The Vermont 50 is an annual race held during the last weekend of September at beautiful Ascutney Outdoors located in West Windsor, Vermont.

Net proceeds go to Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. A wonderful  place where youth and adults of all abilities gain a measure of self confidence and independence by participating in adaptive sports programs and activities year-round.
Since 1993 the Vermont 50 has been a destination for mountain bikers and ultra runners to enjoy a challenging and scenic Vermont landscape course that is like no other.  There is something for everyone.
Our races include:
Vermont 50 mile Mountain Bike Race
Womens 2-person Bike Relay
Over 60 2-person Bike Relay
50 mile Ultra Run
50 Km Endurance Run
50 mile 2-3 Person Team Relay Run

And on Saturday we have a Kids FREE Fun Bike Rides and Runs
We are a family friendly event offering lots of kid centered activities such as the Hay Bale Treasure Hunt, The Fun Run and more!
Race registration opens each year on May 25th at 7 p.m. EDT.
The mountain bike race sells out in minutes, the run races fill up more slowly.
We offer a Stress-Free Fundraising option visit our registration page for more information.
Join Us And Find Out Why The Vermont 50 Has Become So Popular.
NOTE-This Race DOES NOT allow E-Bikes.

Race Website

Additional race information can be found at https://vermont50.com/.

Race Contact Info
If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at
Place
Ski Tow Road
Brownsville, VT US 05037
Directions
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