Less Than Two Weeks Until We Ramble On!
Read on for important check-in reminders, directions, and safety info.
Route links to follow next week!
COVID-19 Policy
In order to continue to hold events and make them safe for everyone: All riders, guests, volunteers, and staff at the Maine Woods Rambler must show proof of full vaccination at the event, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test from a provider (at-home tests are not accepted), with a matching photo ID. 

A COVID-19 waiver certifying the above is included during the registration process. Additionally, all participants and volunteers may be required to wear a mask indoors or when in close proximity to others, such as during check-in or in food service lines. Masks will be made available if you do not bring one.

Even if you are vaccinated, we ask that you consider taking an at-home test before coming to the event to safeguard against breakthrough and asymptomatic cases, and consider bringing a test with you in case symptoms begin during the event.

Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe!
Check-In & Start Reminders
Saturday, September 24:

The festivities begin at 2 pm! Please see our website for a full schedule of offerings throughout the weekend.

4 - 7 p.m. - Rambler check-in at NEOC's new Activity Center! Click here for directions.

Come early and hit the trails, grab a drink, and stay for the Maine Outdoor Film Festival screening. The first riders to check in will receive a limited edition Rambler buff from Arcadia Designworks!
Sunday, September 25:

6:30 - 7:15 a.m. - Check-in (for those that did not arrive on Saturday) at the new NEOC Activity Center.

Please note that the Rambler is a MASS START EVENT, meaning all riders must leave at the same time. If you arrive after the 100-km riders have departed, and the sweep rider is already on the course, you must wait until the 50-km ride begins.

There is limited cell reception on the course, and it is not entirely accessible by vehicle. For your safety, it is important that our sweep is the last one in the group, and no one starts after the sweep has left. Plan ahead so you can arrive on time and do your preferred course.

7:30 a.m. - Welcome announcements & 100-km mass start at the NEOC Activity Center.

9:00 a.m. - Welcome announcements & 50-km mass start at the NEOC Activity Center.

Bring a Friend!
Don't wait until it's too late: Registration for the 2022 Maine Woods Rambler will close on Wednesday, September 21 at 10 a.m.

Register a friend or family member to join in on all the off-road fun, or invite them to come and participate in the FREE guided trail rides!
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About the BCM
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine supports better walking, biking, and rolling in Maine through education, advocacy, outreach, and events. As a membership-based organization, the BCM is powered by individual and business donors.

Please consider joining as a member or giving an additional donation. Together, we can make Maine better for pedestrians and people on bikes!
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.

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