Jeffersonville, VT. (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE)—Mountain Flyer Magazine, in partnership with the New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) and Küat Racks, is excited to announce Flow2Fest, a four-day adventure linking some of the most iconic trail networks in the Northeast starting at FLOW STATE, The Vermont Mountain Bike Festival in Ascutney, VT., and wrapping up at the New England Mountain Bike Festival in Carrabassett Valley, ME.
After FLOW STATE, July 29-31, Flow2Fest hits new trail networks over the next four days starting at Waterbury, VT., then heading to Craftsbury, Kingdom Trails, Franconia, NH., Gorham, Bethel, and finally, Saddleback Mountain before arriving at NEMBAfest August 5-7. It’s going to be an action-packed road trip you don’t want to miss!
Here’s how it works: Printed passports will be handed out at the NEMBA tent all weekend during FLOW STATE. The next four days we’ll ride bikes, collect passport stamps, hang out with other likeminded riders and have a great time! Passports can be dropped off at NEMBAfest and participants will be entered to win prizes from Küat and other Flow2Fest partners.
“We encourage you to attend as many locations and events as you can throughout Flow2Fest,” says John Costello, events manager for Mountain Flyer. The majority of our socials start after each group ride has ended each day so there’s ample time to mingle and make new friends.”
“Flow2Fest is such a rad way to connect mountain bikers and our communities throughout New England,” adds NEMBA’s Rachel Gittens. “With NEMBAfest making its return this year, we see this as a great opportunity to experience both festivals and create your own adventure in between.”
Flow2Fest is a collaboration between NEMBA, Mountain Flyer, Küat, the Vermont Mountain Bike Association, FLOW STATE, NEMBAfest, Bike Borderlands and countless other local and bike industry partners.
For the latest on Flow2Fest visit nembafest.com/flow2fest where you can sign up for the latest updates.
About FLOW STATE: FLOW STATE, The Vermont Mountain Bike Festival 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 product demos, guided rides and clinics as well as camping, food trucks, a beer garden, live music and much more. flowstatemtbfestival.com
About NEMBAfest: NEMBAfest, August 5 -7, is a product of the New England Mountain Bike Association and is a celebration of summer and all things mountain biking! In conjunction with NEMBA’s 35th Anniversary, NEMBAfest is proud to be returning this year to a new location in Carrabassett Valley, ME. featuring group rides and clinics, an expo/vendor area with demos, live music, camping, local craft beer and food trucks, youth programming and more. firstname.lastname@example.org
About NEMBA: NEMBA is a recreational trails advocacy organization with 32 chapters throughout New England and over 8,000 members. Our mission is to promote the best that mountain biking has to offer, steward the trail systems where we recreate and to preserve open space. We are an educational 501(c)3 non-profit. We lead nearly a thousand mountain bike rides a season, put on various skills clinics and trail building schools, and advocate for mountain biking and recreational trails. We put on hundreds of trail building and maintenance events in scores of parks in the region, and donate over 8,000 hours of volunteerism to our local parks and forests. We work with key leaders and land managers to protect our sport and allow our members to give back to the trails and to the sport they love.
About Mountain Flyer Magazine: Founded in 2004, Mountain Flyer is The Mountain Bike Journal handcrafted in Jeffersonville, VT. and Gunnison, CO. Our honest storytelling and photography take you straight into the gritty, salt-stained core of the global mountain bike scene four times a year. No sponsored content. Premium paper. Clean design. Otherwise, pretty dirty.