Last Sunday's ride to the Wire Bridge was postponed due to unsettled weather. Which means we get a do-over this Saturday with better weather and even more resplendent foliage! And that's not all - we will also have our scheduled ride Sunday in Freeport with some spectacular riding along the Maine coast. A great double header, and we hope you can join us!
Saturday, October 14th - NORRIDGEWOCK
"The Wire Bridge Metric" - a Fall Foliage Metric Century plus, along the scenic Carrabassett River, through Norridgewock, Madison, Anson, New Portland and New Vineyard.
START: 9:30 AM at 434 Fredericks Corner Road, about two miles from the junction of Rt.2 in Norridgewock.
DISTANCE: approx 65 miles
TERRAIN: moderate with some hills
HIGHLIGHTS: Fall foliage along the Carrabassett River, and the historic Wire Bridge in New Portland, a civil engineering landmark built in 1866, perhaps the only one of its kind still in existence.
LEADERS: Brian Bowker, 485-6793, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Denise Crowell, 213-8336, email@example.com.
Sunday, October 15th - FREEPORT
"Freewheeling around Freeport" - an oceanside tour around Freeport and Brunswick and vicinity.
START: 9:30 AM in downtown Freeport at the lower parking lot across from L.L. Bean's Outlet next to the train station office which has a lighthouse on the building.
DISTANCE: 25-35 miles
HIGHLIGHTS: some fine roads with spectacular seashore vistas. Possible post-ride lunch in town with numerous options, such as the Maine Beer Brewery with wood-fired pizza.
LEADER: Ken Louis, firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com, and check out the KVBC blog at http://postedroads.blogspot.co