Brownsville, Vt. (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – Mountain Flyer Magazine and Ascutney Trails are excited to announce the return of FLOW STATE, the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival, July 29-31, 2022.
Now in its second year, FLOW STATE is a three-day celebration of all things mountain biking at the Ascutney Outdoor Center in Brownsville, Vt. Set in the heart of Ascutney Trails’ 35-mile network of singletrack, with access to an additional 20 miles of trail on private property, FLOW STATE features demos, guided rides and clinics as well as camping, food trucks and beer, live music and more.
“We were blown away by the success of last year’s festival,” says Erik Schutz, president of Ascutney Trails. “The turnout and stoke was amazing, and even in a year when bikes were scarce, the bike brands showed up in force.”
“Ascutney is absolutely the best home in Vermont for FLOW STATE,” says John Costello, Mountain Flyer events manager, adding that there will be more camping options this year. “Folks had a blast, and we learned a lot that will make this year’s fest even better.”
FLOW STATE organizers are formalizing plans, bike vendors, food trucks and sponsors for this summer’s Vermont Mountain Bike Festival. Early festival pass sales will be available to select New England markets on March 1, 2022. All tickets and camping passes will go on sale March 8, 2022.
For more information about FLOW STATE, visit flowstatemtbfestival.com/vt/.
About Ascutney Trails: Located at the base of the old Ascutney Mountain Resort, the Ascutney Trails network snakes around the base of the northern side of the mountain and has grown since 2006 to include more than 35 miles of mapped singletrack with an additional 20 miles of trail on private land. This spring, Ascutney Trails will add another 10 miles of singletrack, headlined by the Norcross Trail, which contours the mountain from the Ascutney State Park Campground to the heart of the network in Brownsville. Also on tap is a skills park and flow trail. https://www.ascutneytrails.com/
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