Bike Touring Burlington Vermont with Local Motion.Org
Check out the gorgeous Causeway, Island Line Bike path and so much more while biking around Burlington Vermont
Eastern Colorado Bicycle Tour - Colorado Springs, Co to Burlington, Colorado
A video log of my Eastern Colorado Bike Tour from Colorado Springs to Burlington, Colorado
You can read more about it here:
Old Town Museum Burlington CO ~ 7.24.18
I decided to stop at Burlington CO and tour the Old Town Museum. It was very interesting. I had a great time. I spent about 2 hours there just looking at everything.
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Bikepath tour Burlington, Vt
Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 9 Burlington bikepath highlights
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Bike Ride along the Farmington River Ct 7- 2 -17
Enjoying the beautiful scenery along the Farmington River bike trail ,thru Farmington ,Burlington and into Collinsville Ct.
BMX Burlington NC 8-23-13
Logan Racing 10 inter
Fat Bike Burlington
Fat Bike try out Burlington VT.... It's like being 12 again!
Burlington County Parks From The Air
An aerial tour of several Burlington County Parks. Hopefully I will be able to video all thirteen parks soon.
• Chocolate by The 1975
• The Wind Blows by The All-American Rejects
• Rather Be by Clean Bandit
• Birthday by Katy Perry
• Impossible by Anberlin
Bike Touring through Colorado and Wyoming
A compilation of photos and video from a recent bike touring trip through northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. Endless open views and empty roads made for some of the best cycling I've even done. Such an awesome experience!
My bike tour in Middletown, Vermont
Rest day in this lovely Vermont town on the bike tour!
The Vermont Challenge
Why Ride The Vermont Challenge?
The Vermont Challenge is the only bicycle Challenge that tours Southern and Central Vermont over 3 or 4 days and draws upon the creative energy of local businesses and people of Vermont, key ski resorts, restaurants and farms in each local community that we visit. We offer cyclists the chance to complete a century over one of Vermont's legendary Gaps across the spine of the Green Mountains with stunning vistas in each direction. The Vermont Challenge is fast becoming one of the major bicycling events in the United States and you can be part of this very special ride and challenge yourself!
CCTA 18 Sunday Special (northbound): VT 127/Burlington Beltline
Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) is a public bus system headquartered in Burlington in Chittenden County, Vermont. CCTA serves the communities of Burlington, Essex, South Burlington, Winooski, Shelburne, Williston and Milton. As well as providing regular bus routes to these member municipalities, CCTA also services part of Colchester and has express routes for commuters travelling between Burlington and Montpelier, Middlebury, and St. Albans.
For more information & overview of bus service in the Burlington, VT metro area:
Road(s): VT Route 127
Portion Traveled: Super 2 freeway portion between Manhattan Drive to Plattsburgh Ave
Notable Points: North Ave exit, a few bike path overpasses
The Burlington Bike Park with Nick Soloninka (Indoor Dirt Jumps)
The Burlington Bike Park with Nick Soloninka (Indoor Dirt Jumps)
About a year ago I visited the Burlington bike park with Steven Bafus and got a tour from the owner/ builder
Joseph Prisel of the whole Dirt jump, pump track, foam pit kingdom with plenty shenanigans.
Riding Miller Time at Nassahegon State Park
Join me on a mountain bike ride down Miller Time at Nassahegon State Park in Burlington Connecticut!
 Moab Utah Scenic Bike Ride Part One
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This two part scenic bike training video should work well for bikers who have to use their indoor trainer. The ride goes from Dewey Bridge along the Colorado River to Moab Utah. Part One is about an hour in length and Part Two is about 53 minutes. It is shot using Sony Action Cam. I didn't use any of the rear facing video because I had no riders behind me. The video is steady in spite of a bumpy road, and offers nice views of red canyon cliffs, the desert of Professor Valley, and the Colorado River.
Big Hill Open Space - Pueblo, Colorado - Steep Downhill Section (2 attempts) - Mountain Biking
This is my first ever, and second attempt at a steep downhill section covered with loose gravel at Big Hill Open Space in Pueblo Colorado. I had to abort my first attempt because I realized just after I dropped in, that my seat was still in the high, climbing position which made it feel like I could easily go over the bars.
Recorded - 6/13/17
Bike - Specialized Pitch 650b
Camera - Lightdow LD4k (in waterproof case)
Location - Big Hill Open Space/Trail Center - Pueblo, Colorado
VIRGINIA BEACH BIKE TRAIL RIDE
Bicycling the Virginia Beach Bike Trail in June 2016
Amico Island Park in Riverside Marina for Fishing and Recreation activity - Burlington County, NJ
Great sightseeing Amico Island Park in Riverside Marina - Burlington County, NJ. View many insects, amphibians, and different amazing birds. You can also catch many fishes. The amazing Amico Island Park is nearby G. Winter's Sailing Center, Dredge Harbor Boat Center LLC, and Red Balloon Nursery School. Many seats and table to do picnics and the ground is very wonderful. This amazing Amico Island Park has a map so you know where you are going and what wonderful things are heading your way.
Amico Island Species List (Birds):
Common Loon, Pied-billed grebe, Horned Grebe, Red-necked grebe, Double-crested-cormorant, Great cormorant, Great blue heron, Black-crowned night heron, Tricolored Heron, Great egret, Canada goose, Snow goose, Mute swan, Mallard, American Black Duck, Wood duck.
Amico Island Park is 55-acre peninsula featuring a diverse collection of habitats and terrain. With upland forests, freshwater ponds and wetlands, river shoreline and meadows, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing and picnicking in a rustic natural setting at the confluence of the Rancocas Creek and Delaware River. The park also offers beautiful river vistas and wildlife observation opportunities. Overlook areas are sited to capture stunning viewsheds of the waterways and marinas surrounding the park. Over 130 species of birds, 11 species of reptiles and amphibians, 27 species of butterflies, and 7 species of mammals can be seen over the course of a year. While hiking the trails, visitors are likely to see white-tailed deer, cottontail rabbits, hawks, and eagles soaring over, and great blue herons. The small island in Dredge Harbor visible from Amico's South Overlooks is an active great blue heron rookery, hosting 100 nesting herons every March-June.
Amico Island Park is open to the public 8 AM to dusk. Park facilities currently available include: Hiking/Bike Trails, Picnic Areas, Fishing access to the Delaware River and pond, Portable restroom facilities.
Amico Island Park features 2.0 miles of marked trails traversing a variety of terrain. Please stay on the trails. Park Trails are designated for shared use by hikers and all-terrain bikers. All-terrain bikes must yield to hikers, and bikers must dismount at boardwalk crossings and stairs. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are also welcome when trails are snow-covered. Equestrian use is not permitted.
Park Rules: Please stay on trails. Hiking and riding off the trails are not permitted, Use of alcohol and tobacco are not permitted, Fires are not permitted, Dogs must be on leashes at all times, Please carry out your dog's waste, Please pick up your own trash and a little extra if you can, Do not feed or approach wildlife- Enjoy from a distance, We recommend you wear insect repellent and light-colored clothes with your pants tucked into your socks or boots, Always check yourself for ticks after hiking, Please do not pick up vegetation, All-terrain bikes MUST use designated trails only and MUST give right-of-way to hikers. Follow trail markers, No motorized dirt bikes or all-terrain vehicles allowed, Boats are not permitted in the pond, No swimming or ice skating, No hunting, No firearms or trapping, Horses are not permitted.
Route 130 to Chester Avenue in Delran
Chester Avenue to St. Mihiel Drive (River Rd.)
Left on St. Mihiel Drive (River Rd.)
Third right onto Norman Ave
Burlington County Parks System
6 Park Avenue
P.O. Box 6000
Eastampton, NJ 08060
Park Ranger on duty: 609-668-5164
Burlington Brew Tours in NY Times
Burlington Brew Tours feature in NY Times 36 hours in Burlington, VT.