When the Stowe Reporter launched RIDE in 2012, we wanted to introduce the community to a sport that seemed to be taking off. In the introduction, we credited “a dedicated group of volunteers and biking enthusiasts” who were making Stowe the place to ride in central Vermont.
As I pedal up Cady Hill Climb (on one of the unfortunately rare rainless days the spring has blessed us with), I can’t help but smile as the sweat begins to bead and my muscles start to ache.
Mountain bikers in Stowe will have a whole network to disappear into for the day by the time the two Adams Camp 2.0 trails are built — likely by the end of the summer, says Roger Murphy, president of Stowe Trails Partnership.
The Stowe area is all about interesting, tricky, long, challenging, technical, beautiful singletrack riding. Add to that: jumps, ramps, drops, log-rides and other technical features.