We had some great early Fall weather this past weekend, which saw several groups of our riders take part in the Maine Lighthouse Ride on the coast, and Pedal the Penobscot up in Bangor. Looks like the BikeMaine riders will benefit from fine wether as they make their way though our part of Maine. If you are volunteering or see them on the road, give them a warm welcome! This week's ride will really kick off our Fall season, as Larry takes us over the back roads from Farmington to Industry. Hope you can join us!
Sunday, September 14th: FARMINGTON
"The Ups and Downs of Industry": a ride through the picturesque hills and hollows of Farmington, New Sharon, and Industry.
START: 9:00 A.M., at the Hannaford Plaza on Rt. 4 in Farmington, about a mile south from the junction of Rt. 4 and Rt. 27, towards Wilton. Park near the entrance to the shopping plaza.
DISTANCE: 25-30 miles.
TERRAIN: rolling to hilly - includes an optional short (1/4 mi.) section of hard-packed dirt road, which can be circumvented by adding a mile to the overall route.
HIGHLIGHTS: quiet back roads along the Sandy River, spectacular panoramic views from the ridgetops of New Sharon & Industry, and Clearwater Pond at Allens Mills.
LEADER: Larry Childs, 557-3984, email@example.com.
For more information on the Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club and its rides contact Jim Merrick at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out the KVBC Facebook page.