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DON'T JUST VISIT VERMONT,
EXPERIENCE IT!

93 miles of car free riding and Vermont views await along the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail! Welcome to New England's longest Rail Trail! Visit us at our TRAILSIDE location for bike and E-Bike tours, rentals and sales!  We are easily located at 19 Creamery St. in the beautiful Village of Johnson, Vermont. Only 20 minutes from both Stowe and Smugglers Notch. Park here, ride here! We have everything you need for a day of adventure out on the trail! 

Open daily June thru October  

Mon - Sat: 9am to 5pm

Sundays: 10 am to 2pm

Open by advanced reservation Nov. thru May.

Tour of the month
Fireside Fat Tire Ebike Tour

Enjoy the snow and winter in a whole new way! Our fat tire electric bike rides are an outdoor activity for skiers and non-skiers alike. This one-of-a-kind adventure can be found only in VT.  Ride the car-free Lamoille Valley Rail Trail taking in the natural beauty of the freshly fallen snow, scenic snow-capped mountains, and river valleys covered in sparkling white from the seat of your electric fat bike. Explore the Vermont outdoors or plan a visit to one of the four villages along the trail where you can experience VT food, art, shopping and brewery hopping!  We’ve got a variety of biking options for those looking to expand their winter adventure horizons.  This self-guided ebike adventure includes ebike rental, helmet, trail Ride Guide, and all rides will culminate with a delicious fireside hot chocolate at our Trailside Bike Center! *Skiing/snowmobile type outfits are recommended to keep you cozy for this adventure!  Gloves vs. mittens are required for shifting gears.  

(LVBT follows a strict conditions policy and reserves the right to offer alternative routes based on conditions and/or may cancel tours based on temps/weather/riding conditions.) 

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Family Style Cargo E-Bikes

Adventure for all ages! We have Electric Cargo bikes in our fleet for family riding. These bikes are designed to accommodate children passengers age 2 to 92. The pedal assist is guaranteed to keep you smiling all the way so you can enjoy a family bike day!

What They're Saying

Unexpected little gem during our week in Stowe

Out of all the exciting things we did during our week in Stowe, Vermont, this proved to be one of the most fun. It’s great because it’s relaxing yet you get some good exercise. The scenery is beautiful and there are some fun little things to check out along the path. We did a six-hour rental which was nice since it allows you to go at your own pace and be spontaneous if you want.     _Barry T.

Cannot Say Enough Great Things about this e-bike experience! Jim, the owner is way beyond the average when it coes to customer service and peronability. Truly Superb. The Trails is beatiful and the experience with this rental outfit was absolutley the best day of our trip to VT. Thank you so much! Cant' wait to come back!     _Ryan B.

Do Not Miss This!

This is such a fun recreational activity with breathtaking scenery especially in the fall! The staff are super friendly, very accommodating and knowledgeable of the trail and area. Great little towns to stop in along the trail that have nice little cafes and restaurants. Dog's Head on the river is a must stop. Very relaxing! Lastly, I can't say enough about how fun the ebikes are. They just put an infectious smile on your face while you pedal along with the pedal assist feature. We just did the half day ride because we had other things on our itinerary but I would easily schedule the whole day next time. Absolutely worth every penny.     _Fred R.

For everyone

My wife and I took our first ebike ride here. The ebikes make it an activity that doesn't wear you out. The path is mostly level with a few inclines at road crossings. Outside, Autumn air, and turning leaves, what could be better? You can stop along your trip in one of the towns and enjoy shopping or a beverage of your choice. Jim took good care of is, explaining how to use the bikes as well as a little bit about the bike trail's many places to stop.    _Don C.

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