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BikeMaine 2015: Day 1

Ride Description

The route winds through Eliot and the Berwicks, past the home of poet Sarah Orne Jewett, and inland through West Kennebunk and Arundel, where locally born Kenneth Roberts based his novel of the same name. After heading east, the rides goes through former mill towns of Biddeford and Saco, to the coast and the route's destination in Maine’s summer playland, Old Orchard Beach.

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  •   Kittery to Old Orchard Beach

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Type: Road
Length: 60 miles
Difficulty: Difficult
Surface: Paved

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BikeMaine (Bicycle Coalition of Maine)

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