September 24, 2019
Sara O'Connor is the Director of Admissions at the Lyndon Institute in Lyndon Center, Vermont. She joins MTB Ben to discuss their bike-related program, called Project Bike Tech. Project Bike Tech is a two-year program at Lyndon Institute where students earn industry certifications from manufacturers. It's a good overview of a cool and unique program in the bike world.
Lyndon Institute - https://www.lyndoninstitute.org/
Lyndon Institute Project Bike Tech - https://www.lyndoninstitute.org/academics/career-technical-education/project-bike-tech
Dirt Components - https://www.dirtcomponents.com/
Papa Wheelies – https://www.papa-wheelies.com/
NEMBAfest – https://www.nembafest.com/
NEMBAfest on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Nembafest/
NEMBA – https://www.nemba.org/
ABOUT THE NEMBA FEST SPECIAL
MTB Ben headed out to 2019 NEMBAfest at the Kingdom Trails in Vermont to get some perspective on the event, the people involved, and the overall experience. He chatted with a variety of guests. Listen in to the discussions and be a fly on the wall at NEMBAfest. If you're thinking about attending in the future, check out the NEMBAfest website and mark your calendars for June 26-28, 2020.
NEMBAfest, Powered by Pedro’s, is produced by the New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) and the Kingdom Trails Association in collaboration with the Wildflower Inn and the Burke Chamber of Commerce. It’s a celebration of summer and ALL THINGS mountain biking!
Experience over 100 miles of unique trails and terrain that makes Kingdom Trails. Enjoy a fun-filled, family-friendly weekend of riding, camping, demo-ing the latest mountain bikes, checking out all the gadgets and gear, rockin’ to great music, and enjoying yummy local food & drink in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom!