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Running Mad - Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

Thursday, July 5, 2012

The beginning of July always feels like the start gun just went off and the race is on! Summer fun ramps up with the Independence holiday and keeps spiraling from there.

Warren's 4th of July is always irreverent and provactive.
Warren's 4th of July Parade is always irreverent and provocative.

Before we've even caught our breath, it's time for the 2nd Annual Mad Marathon, this Sunday, July 8th. After last year's inaugural hit, the Marathon returns to the Valley with the benefit of experience and momentum. The weather look ideal too, with partly sunny skies and temps in the mid-seventies.

Join us for the Mad Marathon!
The world's most beautiful marathon.

If your fun has two wheels and likes dirt, the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival is next weekend, July 14-15. Join VMBA, Sugarbush, the Mad River Riders and the rest of the Vermont mountain bike community for rides, clinics, demos, food, fun and lots more. There is no better intro to Green Mountain riding.   


The mid-summer jungle is in full bloom, with the proper mix of moisture and sunshine. Under the canopy and in the understory, many trails and even some roads can feel like a green tunnel, while bright openings contrast the shady spots.

Mad River Path flowers.
Mad River Path flowers.

Real mountain dew.
Localvore mountain dew.

We hope to see you soon!

John Atkinson
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange

Reflected glory.
Reflected glory.

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