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Race the Legend!

May 26, 2016

Registration for the 2016 KSR is closed for all stage race fields. We will have day of registration for the Open ITT on Monday. You can register at Long Trail Brewery which is near the start. Registration will open at 7:40 with the first racer off at 8:15. Come race the ITT and see how you compare againt those competing in the stage race.

Number pick-up will take place Friday (May 27) evening starting at 6:00 pm and ending at 7:30 at the Grand Summit Resort ( 228 E Mountain Rd, Killington, VT 05751). Number pick up resumes on Saturday (May 28) morning at 7:30 and ends at 12:30. It will be at the Grand Summit Resort which is a 10 minute drive from the start at Skyeship via East Mountain Road so please plan accordingly so as not to miss your start.

The tech guide is now posted. You can also read the pre-race communique.

If you would like to keep up with all the latest KSR information please sign-up for updates in the box above. We are once again looking forward to a great three days of racing and hope you can join us in Vermont in May.

If you have not yet booked your lodging for this year's KSR you will find a wide range of accommodation types including hotels, inns, bed & breakfasts, houses and fully outfitted condominiums. Please book from one of our many lodging partners which you can find on the KSR webpage. These properties are supporting the race and as a result booking with them helps keep entry fees down. We are very excited to announce that the race headquarters will be back at the Killington Grand Summit! Registration will take place here and results will also be posted at the Grand. This is a great place to stay with a restaurant on site and a great indoor/outdoor pool and fitness room.


For the first time the Killington Resort will be opening many of its summer activities for stage race weekend. These include the Beast Mountain Coaster and Skyeride. They are also working to open their Skye high ropes course and Terra-Maze. Finally, they will also have some mountain biking trails open for mellow downhill fun. These are great activities to share with your family so be sure to bring the kids for a great weekend. Of course, there may also still be skiing depending on how the snow holds up during May.

New this year the Killington Ski Club has planned a new and used bike swap to coincide with race weekend. This is not your usual bike swap where you have to spend your day at your table. At this bike swap you register and all your items will have a barcode sticker. You will be able to check on-line to see if your items have sold. You will be able to drop your gear off on Friday or Saturday and you can collect unsold items on Sunday after Stage 2. Sellers get 80% with 20% going to support youth bike and ski racing in the Killington area. Come race and pay for your weekend by selling gear that you no longer need while supporting a good cause.

The Killington Economic Development & Tourism Board is our title sponsor. They represent all the business in the town of Killington.