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BikeMaine 2015: Day 3

Ride Description

Day 3 of BikeMaine 2015 was relatively short, but the magnitude of the hills increases as you pedal west. The views after leaving Bridgton hint of the fun to come. You'll ride through Lovell, along Kezar Lake, then skirt the White Mountain National Forest, home of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range, through Stoneham to North Waterford. After the big climb of the day, Cummings Mountain, you'll descend to the Albany Town House and a fairly flat ride through wetlands to Bethel.

Ride Highlights

  •   Bridgton to Bethel


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Ride Stats

Type: Road
Length: 45 miles
Difficulty: Difficult
Surface: Paved


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BikeMaine (Bicycle Coalition of Maine)


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