A once a month 40-60 mile organized gravel ride in different regions of Northern Maine.
Region 1 Fort Kent/New Canada/ St. John Valley. Depart New Canada community center route 161, FARM ride loop. 60/30 mile options
Region 2 Van Buren/ Long Lake/Madawaska/St. John Valley. Option 1; Depart Long lake VB cove Rossignol camp East side-VB lake road turn R on ATV trail to Haunted forest-Masse road to VB- Dump road to Parent road via ATV trail over Daigle brook bridge to Violette pond road back to VB Cove road to camp. 40 miles. Option 2; Depart Long lake VB cove Rossignol camp-baie Creuse- R on Paul Cyr road up 18% dirt road to Cyr cabin-terres des Souers-Golf course road-Morneault road-route 1 Grand Isle- Grivois road Parent road over Daigle brook back to camp. 45 miles
Option 3; Acadian village Gravel ride. 45 mile gravel ride departing from Acadian village in Van Buren, Maine Full authentic Acadian breakfast and lunch with newly designed t shirt and commemorative Acadian village sticker. Part of registration fee donated to Acadian village.
Region 3 New Sweden/ Stockholm/Long Lake. Eureka Hall restaurant/Swedish gravel ride. Bike, Burgers and Beer!!! Option 1; Depart Eureka Hall in Stockholm up Main Street hill to California settlement turn L to Collins siding- Deschenes road L onto VB cove lake road to Rossignol camp- over to west side of Long lake up 15% hill to Collins siding-ATV trail train bed black to Stockholm. 25-30 miles. Option 2; Depart Eureka Hall in Stockholm, Maine ATV trail rail bed to Collins siding turn L on ATV trail to Long lake west side to east side by Rossignol camp to Baie Creuse turn R on Paul Cyr dirt road 18% gravel climb to Irving gravel road toward Violette pond road cross VB cove lake road to Deschene road to California settlement back to Stockholm. 50 miles.
Region 4. Fort Fairfield/Presque Isle/Caribou-Woodland
Region 5. Tour de L’Acadie route (Fort Kent-New Brunswick and Quebec Canada) 60-80 Miles
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