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BikeMaine 2015: Day 7

Ride Description

Alternating between the coast and inland gentle hills. After cycling through Kennebunkport, summer home of President George H. W. Bush and the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, head west along quiet roads, then turn east to the seaside town of Ogunquit. From there the ride hugs the coast past Cape Neddick and Nubble Lighthouse, first illuminated in 1879. For the final stretch, cycle through tranquil York Harbor and cross the finish line in Kittery’s Fort Foster.

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  •   Kennebunk to Kittery

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Type: Road
Length: 55 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
Surface: Paved

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BikeMaine (Bicycle Coalition of Maine)

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