Maine’s terrain is moderately challenging, with rolling hills and few flat stretches. 2018 daily rides average about 54 miles, with the shortest ride being 47 miles and the longest almost 63 miles. A rider can elect to extend the day’s riding with an approximately 15-mile marked loop at the end of some of the days’ routes. There is a layover day during the week when riders can rest, explore on foot, or put on some extra bike miles. With a good training plan in place, cyclists can meet the challenge. BikeMaine cyclists have ranged in age from 10 years old to 81 years young!