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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Last Call for Chaga!

By: Karen Wilson As I slipped in and out of the mud ruts driving down Brook road this morning, I saw two guys shoveling snow off a gathering tank for sap. This scene didn’t trigger fond thoughts of french toast drenched with maple syrup as one would expect. Instead it signaled my inner mycophile (a

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

3 ways to better prepare for your next gravel (dirt road) ride:

By: Collin Daulong Recently road biking has seen fewer and fewer riders participating, and for valid reasons. Roads are getting more congested and drivers are becoming increasingly distracted by the accessibility of technology. In light of these two facts, many road riders are seeking quieter roads for a safer, more enjoyable ride. Gravel (riding on

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

3 ways to improve your riding in the wet

By: Quinn Campbell I went on my annual fat bike excursion last weekend and was reminded how wholeheartedly puckering it is to ride in slippery and unpredictable conditions. Kingdom Cycling Experiences owner, Collin Daulong and I met up for a quick loop on a particularly warm March day. Pedaling through patchy snow and ice, we

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

How to make a sufferfest more manageable!

By: Chris Mehlmen Sometimes, mountain biking, and biking in general, is painful. I’m not talking about the crashes or the occasional bashing of your knee on your flat pedals. I’m talking about the leg pain, the hard breathing, and the other physical and mental suffering that is required on most rides. Whether you are chasing

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Get to know Caitlin

Caitlin grew up in Ridgefield, CT and was bitten by the travel bug very early on in life. Starting out as a francophile, Caitlin spent a summer in Minnesota going to French immersion camps (definitely not nerdy at all) and dreamed of living in Paris one day. Fast forward to freshman year of college in

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Get to know Collin

Collin is the co-owner and grand master of good times on two wheels at Kingdom Cycling and Experiences. He was born in Florida but quickly moved to Connecticut where he developed his love for being outdoors and cycling. He graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a BS in Exercise Science and then proceeded to

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