Maine's Kennebec Valley holds an untold wealth of places to bike. Visitors planning on biking in the region can make the most of their ride by checking out the Bicycle Coalition of Maine and by connecting with the three active bicycling clubs in the region: Central Maine Cycling Club, the Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club and for trail riding CeMeNEMBA. Each holds recreational rides for peddlers of all ages and skill levels.
Here are a couple places to get you started on your ride: The Kennebec River Rail Trail is 6 miles of paved trail along the Kennebec River from Gardiner to Hallowell; Bond Brook is a hidden gem that you need to see to believe; and Quarry Road Recreation Area in Waterville offers a sweet network of trails for all skill levels. Rest assured the scenery is beautiful whether you pedal along the river, ride on our huge collection of rugged trails or take to the numerous scenic wooded roads well-suited for a country ride.
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