Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Ice House Road and Monotomy Road 10:00 am

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Hey... it's June!!!! WOW!

Seems like there has not been lots of excellent weather for hiking and biking so far this season. This Thursday looks mostly sunny for a change!!!

Let's do an easy ride, typically used in the early season. It is scenic and provides of some short hill climbing. It is a beautiful ride in sunny springtime weather!

Meet at the Maine Visitor's Center on Route 302, ready to ride at 10:00 am. We will head out the bike path for a warm up, then head out though Fryeburg Village and out onto Ice House Road, then out to Menotomy Road. We can go out the the end where the road turns to dirt, then return, enjoying the nice gradual downhill cruise!

Total Mileage about 22 miles.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Rides for the Next 3 Thursdays

Thursday May 11, 2017. I see that the weather forecast just is not looking too good for this Thursday. Unfortunately I am just going to CANCEL the ride.

Thursday May 18, 2017. Hoping for a much nicer week of weather!!!  Meet at the Maine Visitor's Center at 10:00 am for the Haleytown Road and Brownfield Loop. Return via Pig Street and add Sam Brown Hill if you like!!!

Thursday May 25, 2017. Meet at Attitash at 10:00 am for the Crank Some Crawford ride. Park in the main lot at the far end away from the lifts. Ride up Route 302 to the Willey House and back. Hopefully it will be a sunny day for the great views!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Kanc Passaconaway Loop 10:00 am

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

Lets look at the roaring Swift River as we ride up the Kanc. We can go up to Lower Falls, or perhaps up to Rocky Gorge to see the rapids and perhaps some kayaks and white water canoes! Return will be via Passaconaway Road and Conway Village.

Let's start at the Saco Ranger Station in Conway Village, on the Kanc close to the junction with Route 16. Park in the area away form the visitor center building.

Meet at the ranger station, ready to ride at 10:00 am. Bring a snack to eat while watching the rapids!

Distance: about 20 miles.