Addison County Bike Club is a chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association or VMBA. Through them we receive 501c3 nonprofit status and a variety of support too. With VMBA you can become a annual member and select a Chapter/s to support. From there your $50 membership fee goes directly into the pockets of your chapter of choice. Plus, there’s a variety of perks for yourselves to enjoy.
VMBA is the umbrella non-profit that supports and advocates on behalf of 29 united chapters and over 6800 members.
Your membership accomplishes three critical outcomes for your riding:
- It supports the trail maintenance/building of your local chapter
- It supports a strong platform of administrative services that every chapter utilizes
- It helps supports the critical advocacy needed to protect your riding
Everyone is encouraged to be a member of more than one chapter through the “add-on” program. This membership option allows you to add additional chapters to your membership. Add-ons are a great way of showing support for all the networks you love to ride. 100% of add-on revenue goes to the chapters.
Membership packets include a membership card, velcro bike strip, welcome letter, member benefits list, coupons, and chapter inserts (stickers/letters/passes). Put the velcro strip on your bike – it shows other riders that you support the trails you ride.
VMBA strives to ensure all members receive their packets within 10 business days. The VMBA/Chapter membership season is April 1, 2020 – March 31, 2021
Board Members: Carl Robinson, President Ashar Nelson, Treasurer Andrew Hirsch, Trail Manager Ariel Kent, Marketing Jeff Taylor, Trail Manager Seth Beck, Bristol Scott Hardy, Vergennes Merideth Mcfarland- Bristol Eric Berg Open Seats: Membership Midd College Liaison Others in Attendance: Eli Madden REGULAR BUSINESS Eli Madden spoke about ongoing concerns that…
Winter is upon us and so far the trails have been in pretty good shape. However, we are starting to see the conditions change. This means be smart on where and when you ride. We’ve received reports of large groups of cyclist riding past hikers and not abiding by current…