The CircumBurke
Mountain Running or MTB Challenge 

DATE: Sunday, October 25th, 2015 

CIRCUIT:  25 Mile loop around Burke and Umpire Mountains, 3000+ feet of climbing and descending! Each year – more singletrack.

CATEGORIES:  25 Mile Mens and Womens Mountain Running, Mountain Bike, Fatbike, Singlespeed and 50 Mile Endurance Bike + supplementary Strava Enduro classication on selected singletracks.

START/FINISH: Times and location TBA.

FOOD STATIONS: Every 4-6 miles, water, bagels & refreshments.

POST RACE MEAL Hot food for all participants @ the Stock Farm

RAFFLE PRIZES:  Post-race raffle and CircumBurke glass for all.

RESULTS; Unofficial times and finish order posted afterwards.

REGISTER BikeReg Before 8/31: $45. Before 10/23: $55. or On-Site (from 7:10 to 9:30 AM): $65. (Pre-reg online is significantly cheaper!).  450 biker field limit.

ORGANIZERS: Conservation Collaboratives, Kingdom Trails, and Burke Area Chamber of Commerce.

NO CANINE Accompaniment; for safety reasons & landowner concerns.

KINGDOM TRAILS is a world class multiple-use trail system in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.   Recently voted BEST MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL NETWORK in North America by BIKE MAGAZINE in their annual Reader’s Poll, KT was also the Editor’s Choice in the 2011 Yankee Magazine Travel Guide to New England. Professional trail builders, safety and support staff as a well as the landowner hosts make the trail network possible. The trails system supports mountain biking, trail running, hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and winter biking.

*Exact distance pending course finalization.

CLEAN WATER CARBON OFFSETS: Driving to events like the CircumBurke inevitably results in carbon dioxide emissions, which undermine the forests we enjoy. To offset this damage,  competitors are offered the option to buy a $2 carbon offset through the ClearWater Carbon Fund.   By planting trees in riverbanks and their buffer areas in VERMONT, the Fund not only sequesters and stores carbon dioxide and generates a certified carbon offset, but also protects our rivers and streams.  One way to slow down our destruction of the planet.  Please visit   for more information.

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