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Maine: MTB Outdoor Adventure Centers & Ski Resorts

Experience the thrill of downhill or cross country mountain biking and other outdoor recreation at adventure centers & ski resorts in Maine. Fun for both recreational riding and mountain bike racers.

 

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Resort Name / Description Region
Sugarloaf Outdoor Center

The trails at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center offer a variety of mountain biking trails featuring some of the choicest singletrack in New England including wide open dirt roads and an extensive trail network. No access fees to use the trails.

Guide service and rental bikes are available through late September and are arranged through the Sugarloafer Shop in the village at the base of the mountain.

Hours of Operation:
Spring - Fall: There isn't a defined start in the spring, it's up to the individual rider to determine if the conditions are dry enough to ride the trails without damaging them. Bikers are welcome to use the trails right up until the snow flies in late October/early November.

Lakes and Mountains
Sunday River Mountain Bike Park

Sunday River Mountain Bike Park in Western Maine, just 6 miles from Bethel, ME now offers 15 trails and 20 miles of lift serviced mountain biking.

Downhill, singletrack and xc country trails vary in difficulty and terrain. From the summit of North Peak, downhill mountain bike trails include Grease Monkey, Moose Tack and the Crater Trail.


Hours of Operation:
June 27 - October 8: Trails and lift service available Friday - Sunday from 10am - 4pm.
No trail access Monday - Thursday.

Sunday River offers a fleet of new Kona downhill mountain bikes for rent, with front suspension models also available.

Lakes and Mountains