Author: MaryBeth Luce
By MARTY BASCH – Concord Monitor
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Cycling events, whether a charity century, hardcore race, epic mountain bike ride or fun recreational spin, offer opportunities for personal goals, exercise and camaraderie. Though many are Northern New England stalwarts, there are also some new entries on the scene this season.Read More
We listened to your comments about the one-bag luggage restriction and have made a change! Riders may now bring up to two bags, as long as the total weight of the luggage being transported by BikeMaine does not exceed 60 pounds per rider. As several riders noted, this will allow the packing of tent, ground cloth and sleeping bag in one duffel bag and clothing and other items in a separate bag.
Please note that in the event of rainy weather, your luggage may sit uncovered outdoors for some period of time (while we will endeavor to keep it under cover if it rains, we cannot guarantee it). We highly recommend that you use waterproof luggage or bring heavy duty trash bags to wrap your luggage when rain is in the forecast.
News about our last night campsite: Camp Jordan prepares for a transformative summer of new programs – Bangor Daily News
By Aislinn Sarnacki, BDN Staff
ELLSWORTH, Maine — Camp Jordan has stood on the rocky shore of Branch Lake in Ellsworth for more than a century, collecting memories but not dust. As an integral part of the Bangor Y, the camp sees hundreds of campers each summer and continues to change for the better.
In the past few years, the Bangor Y has focused on improving the camp, and this summer will be an important turning point as it takes on a new name, “The Bangor YMCA Wilderness Center at Camp Jordan.”
“Camp Jordan is a well-known place in the community, but most people think of it as just a summer camp because it’s a 105-year-old program,”Read More