Get Ready for BikeMaine Weekend—Part Two!

Dear {First Name}

This is the FINAL newsletter before we see you next week. If you missed the previous newsletter with the daily schedule, check-in how-to, and parking info, please click here. We recommend you print it!

BikeMaine Weekend Routes!

To view the routes, scan the QR code with your phone camera, or click here. From there, you can see the routes, or click "open in the app" to view and save in Ride with GPS.

In the app, click on the route you want to ride, and then either "save" for offline use (helpful when cell reception is spotty!) or "navigate".

Using Ride with GPS is optional! All routes are marked with signs and road paint, and we will have printed versions of the cue sheets for you at check-in.

Shake Out Rides!

Get a feel for the area and shake out those legs after your car ride to Bethel! Join us on Thursday after you check-in for a shakeout ride, led by BCM staff or a board member.

Click here to sign-up! We have two on-road, and one off-road option.

IMPORTANT! Before and After Your Rides...

During breakfast each morning, there will be a CHECKOUT table. Stop and let the volunteers know your name, and if you are riding the short or long route.

Upon returning to the Village, CHECK-IN at the Info Tent. They will give you your dinner ticket. Without this, you will not be able to get a meal at the food trucks.

Please bring cash to use at the BikeMaine Beverage Garden! While we will accept cards, cash will be easier & help keep things moving. Thank you!

COVID-19 Reminder

With Covid cases on the rise we ask that you test before joining us for BikeMaine Weekend. If you test positive or are experiencing any symptoms, please stay home. If you are able to, we also suggest packing a test for the weekend, our medics will have a small amount on hand. Masks will be available throughout the weekend however masking will be optional.  

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About the BCM
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