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KILLINGTON, VT –Killington Mountain Bike Parkwas scheduled to close out 2016 Columbus Day weekend, but due to popular demand and favorable weather, spun the lifts for a bonus weekend October 15 and 16 and has anounced yet another bonus weekend, October 22 and 23.
It's that time of year. Your social media feeds are likely full of autumn colors from riding camarades and at the same time, powder pics from resorts already pushing ski passes. But if you're like us, you're looking to get the most bike park laps possible before the lifts stop loading bikes. And with more bike parks than ever before operating long into October (and November), it's all time fall time for some of the best laps of the season.
KILLINGTON, VT – Killington Bike Park has announced it will partner with pro downhill and enduro racer Amy Alton on "Dirt Divas," a new women's program that will feature female only Friday night rides and monthly gravity camps. The program's goal is to build a passionate community of female riders, according to the resort.
KILLINGTON, VT – Due to an upcomming Spartan Race held at the resort, Killington Bike Park will temporarily limit chairlift access for bikes. Beginning today, September 15, the Ramshead and K1 Gondola will be closed to bikes until Wednesday, September 21.
KILLINGTON, VT – After nearly five months of racing across six states and eight venues, the Eastern States Cup enduro series came down to one final weekend at Killington Bike Park in Vermont with ro racers competing for $6,600 and amateur racers vying for more than $10,000 in prizes. Check out the highlights from enduroing at the "Beast of the East" below.
KILLINGTON, VT – In honor of its 25th anniversary, Killington Bike Park gave one of its classic downhill runs a modern makeover, improving flow while retaining the original feel. Watch below as Dave Parnell rides Stinky at the "Beast of the East."