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2nd Annual Essex Woods Fat Bike Race 2018

2nd Annual Essex Woods Fat Bike Race 2018

Mar 4, 9:00am - Mar 4, 12:30pm

Essex Woods Fat Bike Race
Watchmaker Ave.
Bangor, ME  04401 Map

This is the 3rd and final race of the Maine Winter Fat Bike Series. Located in Bangor on an 80 acre recreational area, the course is 90% single track and is one sweet ride. You will find plenty of climbing and fast descentes at the old ski area.

38 interested  ·  27 going
CeMeNEMBA Spring Social and Auction

CeMeNEMBA Spring Social and Auction

Apr 28, 5:00pm

Readfield Emporium
1146 Main St
Readfield, ME  04355 Map

Join us for our annual spring gathering as we build excitement for the spring riding season. Tasty food, good company, and a huge list of fun auction items to help us fund another year of trail building.

68 interested  ·  28 going
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2 hours ago

Chris Riley

This is pretty big news for our chapter. This summer is going to be one for the books!Central Maine NEMBA Awarded $10K NEMBA Signature Trail Grant

We're pleased to announce that Central Maine NEMBA has been awarded NEMBA’s first-ever $10,000 Signature Trail Grant to create mountain bike optimized trail at the City of Auburn’s Mount Apatite Park.

According to Philip Keyes, NEMBA director, “our goal is to fund exceptional projects that will directly benefit mountain bikers and our local chapters. Central Maine NEMBA’s project will create a fun family-focused trail at Mt. Apatite that will help get more people involved in the sport of mountain biking.”

When contacted, Christopher Riley, Central Maine NEMBA’s president was, “Over the moon” with excitement. “This trail will allow us to do work in an area where we’ve always wanted to do a high-level trail project. It will offer new opportunities for both young people and new riders to get in the woods on a trail that is built with bikes in mind. Our goal for the trail is to make it novice friendly, while still keeping it engaging and exciting for veteran riders. We will be creating egress points at strategic places along the trail so that new riders can ride shorter sections and not be committed to riding the entire length. Our hope is that this trail will be a place where people can work on skills or just go for a fun ride with their friends and family. We are looking forward to working with the City, and other local partner organizations to build the trail this summer. It is a real gift to be able to do this and bring this trail to Auburn.”

NEMBA is proud to award Central Maine NEMBA this grant and we look forward to presenting the finished product to the general public.
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This is pretty big news for our chapter. This summer is going to be one for the books!


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Congrats Chris. You guys will use it well.


So we have some work to do in Auburn. Good place to build.

Awesome news!



Congratulations CeMe


When can we start building ?

Wow! Excellent

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4 hours ago

Chris Riley

I know that “fat bike season” is waning but this place is worth putting on your radar for next winter!!! A small crew spent 48 hours off the grid and exploring the trails around Medowisla lodge north of Greenville. The place is amazing. Great food, 90 something miles of groomed trail, nice bunkhouses, and the staff was top notch. I’m thinking we might have to put together a CeMe trip next winter. ... See MoreSee Less

The trails were good in Auburn. Thanks to all groomers. ... See MoreSee Less


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I live in Bangor but will be in Lewiston/Auburn for an appointment and will be bringing my fat bike. Is there a link to the trails or could you give me a trail head location. Thanks!

Watch the temp, things got soft late today, you will know in first 100 yards if it's too soft

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