Thank you for registering!


We can’t wait to see you in August! We’ll be sending rider newsletters between now and then to keep you informed on the latest BikeMaine news & developments.  

In this first newsletter, we are highlighting some exciting additions to this year’s ride. Believe it or not, we’ve found some ways for you to make your BikeMaine Weekend even bikey-er!
Looking to extend your ride? We’ve partnered with Summer Feet Cycling to offer a companion tour to this year’s BikeMaine Weekend. The tour will meet in Bethel on August 21, where riders will be shuttled to Littleton, NH and ride the Cross New Hampshire Adventure Trail back to Bethel, ME. The tour will arrive in time for BikeMaine rider check and a welcome party on August 24. This mixed surface ride features covered bridges, wildlife, & stunning views of the White Mountains.  
Space is limited! Registration is now live with full details available on the Summer Feet Cycling website.
Off-road curious? Our friends at Inland Woods + Trails are offering an off-road adventure package on Friday and Saturday at the BikeMaine Weekend, and we couldn’t be more excited! When you register for this package you’ll get access to afternoon group gravel and mountain bike rides led by local experts, and your money goes directly toward supporting the incredible work that this group does building and managing quality trails in western Maine. This package is open to all levels —looking to dip your toes into a new riding style? Want an expert guide to the best off-road riding in Western Maine? We suggest putting your trust in the Inland Woods + Trails crew! Registration is available as an "event item" on the BikeMaine Weekend registration form.

Space is limited— don’t wait too long to sign up!
Fostering BikeMaine community! Expanding access to our events is an important part of our work. If you have room in your budget please consider a donation to our scholarship fund. These funds will be used to provide partial & full scholarships to riders who would otherwise be unable to attend our events, like the BikeMaine Weekend! Any amount helps and donations can be made as an "event item" in BikeMaine Weekend registration, or directly through the BCM website.  

Lastly, if you have any questions about the event or your registration please review our extensive FAQ page before reaching out to us by phone, or email at  

Looking forward to seeing you in Bethel!
Colleen Donohoe
Event Director
Bicycle Coalition of Maine
About the BCM
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Together, we can make Maine better for biking, walking, and rolling!
DEI Statement: The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is committing to advancing our equity and inclusion efforts. The Coalition is prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in three focus areas: self-education, community engagement/outreach, and event structure for 2022-2023. We welcome community members and visitors of Maine—Wabanaki Territory—from all backgrounds to join the Coalition. Our most outstanding achievement will be that everyone who joins the Coalition or attends our events will feel respected and valued.