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Mountain Biking Trails, Sales & Rentals

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     Mountainous, wooded terrain, interrupted only by streams, ponds and lakes, brings bikers to many of the state's breathtaking views in the mountain regions. Merchants offering bike sales, rentals and repairs are listed in this section, as well as descriptions of the numerous area trails. Maps are usually available at the local Chambers of Commerce and area bike rental shops. See the bottom of this page for related links.
Rangeley Lakes Region Bike Trails

CITY POND RESERVOIR LOOP: This 12 mile trail leads over woods roads and starts at the head of Cascade Stream. For more information, call the Rangeley Rec Department at 207-864-3327 or TRAC at 207-864-5855.

QUIMBY TO DODGE POND TRAIL: An easy trip of 9 miles leads around Quimby and Round Ponds, the follows the loop around Dodge Pond back to Route 4 between Rangeley and Oquossoc. For more information, call the Rangeley Rec Department at 207-864-3327 or TRAC at 207-864-5855.

RAILROAD LOOP TRAIL: This 12.5 mile loop is maintained by the Trails for the Rangeley Area Coaltion. The marked mountain bike trail can be accessed just south of the Rangeley Inn on the gravel road off Route 4 by Haley Pond. It continues over Route 16, where it skirts Gull Pond along the Camp Wayawi Road, then follows an abandoned railroad bed to Route 16. The trail follows a double-track road into Dallas, then leads to Saddleback Lake, continuing on to Dallas Hill Road in Dallas Plantation. Follow Route 4 back to Haley Pond. The last half of the trip has many, long uphill distances. For more information, call the Rangeley Rec Department at 207-864-3327 or TRAC at 207-864-5855.

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Kingfield-Carrabassett Valley Bike Trails

CARRABASSETT VALLEY LOOP: This 19.5 mile trip starts at Tufulio's Restaurant and is perfect for the intermediate level mountain biker. Park your car at the restaurant, cross the Carriage Road bridge and turn left on the Houston Brook Road. Continue to follow this road past an iron gate into the Bigelow Preserve. The first 5 miles of the trail are run over double-track logging roads. When this road takes a hard right uphill, follow the single track trail to the left. This trails leads you to Stratton Brook Pond at the base of the Firewarden Trail. Continue on past the Apalachian Trail head to Route 27. From there head south on Route 27 over Bigelow Hill to Bigelow Station. The Narrow Gauge Trail will take you back to Tufulio's. This scenic loop can also be a lot of fun for the expert biker, depending on the speed traveled.

CARRIAGE ROAD: This 5 mile trail starts from Tufulio's Restaurant is a difficult one met for the experienced rider. Continue over the bridge and up the hill, past the Houston Brook Road. The first mile of this 4 wheel drive and snowmobile road is somewhat steep and rocky. After approximately a mile the trail splits. To see Poplar Stream Falls, continue on the trail a short distance to the right. To go to Long Falls Dam Road, follow the trail to the left. Several streams bisect the trail and some places will flood during summer rains. Moose are often seen on this trail. After reaching the Long Falls Dam Road, you may turn left and bike another 5 miles to the Bigelow Lodge on a smooth, graded roadway.

NARROW GAUGE TRAIL: Park your car by Tufulio's Restaurant. To access this trail, cross the Carriage Road bridge and turn left on the Houston Brook Road at the Red Stallion. The road splits at the 1.5 mile mark. Follow the trail to the left and traverse the the railroad bed along the Carrabassett River. Riders can go as far as Bigelow station (7 more miles) if they'd like. The trail is easy and perfect for the novice.

SUGARLOAF OUTDOOR CENTER: Located off Route 27, the Outdoor Center offers over 50 miles of well maintained trails spread over 7,000 acres. Bikers of all ability levels can enjoy the trails which are marked and rated for ability. Trails range from level graveled dirt roads to expert single track through steep elevations. A minimal trail fee is charged allowing bikers to ride on any terrain they choose. A shuttle service is available for some trails. For more information call 207-237-6830 or 207-237-2000.

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Stratton-Eustis Bike Trails

BENGILE POND RIDE: Drive over to the Langtown Bridge and park. Start your bike ride heading north on the dirt road. Bear left at the first junction, continue on to the next junction (about1/2 mile) and take a left turn (it looks like a clearing and the road goes through it). Go straight on this road until you reach the Beaver Pond Bridge. There you have a choice - straight ahead to the Pond or take a left which will start you back towards your car. Keep on the road for approximately 1.5 miles, then bear left at the junction and stay on this road until you reach your car. This trip is a loop with many side roads that can be explored (although most are dead ends) All are fun riding and give you a very good chance to see wildlife. Approx. 12 Miles.

DEAD RIVER BIKE RUN: Leave your car off Route 27 (by Dead River Gifts). Head north and take your first left, on the the I.P. Road. Go straight by a small stream. Continue on the main road for one half mile, then bear left, past the sand pit on the right, cross a small stream and then bear right. Go straight, bear right again, go straight approximately one half mile, bear left at the small brook. Stay on the main road until you reach a "T" in the road, then bear left and follow this to the next "T" and bear left again. This will take you out to Route 16. Bear left to Route 27 and your car. Approx. 25 Miles.

HEDGEHOG HILL RUN: Start in the center of Stratton and head west on Route 16. Take the 1st left beyond the state sand piles, then the 2nd left up and pass the sand pit (nice view of the town and lake) go straight down and out to Routes 16 and 27. Bear left back into Stratton. Approx. 5 Miles.

KENNEBAGO LOOP RIDE: This trip starts out looking the same as the Bengile Pond Ride, but it's quite different. It's a little harder and a bit longer. Park in the same place as you do for the Bengile Pond ride and head north. At the junction go straight up the side of the mountain, then down past a sand pit, and continuing past a Beaver Pond to a junction. This is where you have a choice. Go left to Route 16, then right, back to Langtown Bridge, or bear right to the Old County Road which turns left at the apple orchard (this is a rough road and a challenge for all). This takes you back to where you started up the mountain. Bear left to your car. Approx. 17 Miles.

STONEY BROOK BRIDGE TO HEDGEHOG VILLAGE: This is a difficult single-track trail intended for expert riders. Follow Christo's Hill until you reach the power line. Go north on the power line and you'll reach several steep, technical single-track trails, most of which end at the Snow Valley Development in Wyman Township.

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