Over the last 50 years Skirack has been helping people get outside. When our guests come through our doors, they're headed somewhere and we're going to help them get there.
While we are located on the corner of Pine and Main Street, we realize downtown is not the final destination. And when we think of Vermont outdoor, we think of our friends and longtime partners at Darn Tough Vermont.
Have you been out for a ride recently? As you may notice, roads are not always clear. So what do you do when you come across gravel and debris in the road while biking? We're here to help with these tips!
Sharing the road with buses while you are biking can be intimidating - what do you do when they stop in front of you or you are in front of them? Here's our recommendation on how to interact with buses while on a bike!
Riding with traffic can be intimidating, especially when you need to get through an intersection. Here's our recommendation on how to navigate Vermont's intersections on a bike! For hands-on bike skills training in Vermont, check out Local Motion's Everyday Biking workshops at www.localmotion.org/everyday_bicycling_project
You could theoretically only turn right to get where you need to go, but turning left across a lane with oncoming traffic on a bike is less scary than one might think! Here's how we suggest you turn left on a bike.
What do you do when your downhill ski boot is giving you pain or discomfort? Did you know that the our Downhill Boot Fit Experts not only fit new boots, but can make adjustments to any downhill ski boot?
When a customer comes into Skirack with an existing downhill ski boot, the first questions we ask are: what's going on, what are the problems, and what can we solve? Based on their answers, we assess the foot and the boot to confirm compatibility. We can then advise if a new boot is needed or make modifications to the existing boot to address their issue.
Call or stop by for more information and pricing on an existing boot fit.