The East Coast Greenway extends over 2,600 miles from Key West, Florida to Calais, Maine. The Maine section of the East Coast Greenway has five distincts
Cycling Maine by bike. With its beautiful scenery, bike-friendly roads and shared-use paths, Maine is a great place to cycle in the mountains, along the coast, through the woods and over the beautiful byways in between.
The following rides in Maine are available on the Explore Maine site.
Aroostook Valley Trail 28 miles, Auburn Riverwalk 1.2 miles,Bangor and Aroostook Trail 61 miles, Calais Waterfront Walkway 1.5 miles, Down East Sunrise Trail 85 miles, Eastern Promenade Trail 2.1 miles, Eastern Trail 28.4 miles, Ellsworth Rail Trail 1.6 miles ….continue reading
Rides on this site
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