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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +151/148 ft
Total: 28 riders
 

Mountain Biking Pine Ridge

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#9 of 92 mountain bike trails in Maine
#1369 in the world

A series of trails that are both single track and double track.
Keep an eye out for the plane wreckage!

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
Trail Entrance is located in the back parking lot of Inland Hospital off of Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville, Maine.
Take exit 127 (north bound turn right off the highway, south bound turn left off the highway)
Drive a few lights. Inland hospital will be on your right
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Waterville, Maine

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Beginner | 6 mi

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Q: is there an address for this place?
A: behind Inland Hospital, 200 Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville

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  • SarahBrown
    *****

    Great trails. Very well maintained. Beginner friendly. Great for an after work ride.

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  • Jason Day
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    I like this trail system for cross country training purposes. There are some areas that flow, but the the bulk of it centers around getting through roots. One double track section will toast your breaks, as it is a straightforward downhill over a river of rocks & roots. Great for an 1-1.5 hrs ride.

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  • Charissa
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    I really really enjoyed riding these trails and only saw a couple other people there. A couple trails flow really nicely. I did find the plane wreckage which is pretty cool. I will caution, if you don't have a map on you, it could be confusing. There's no "you are here" signs or trail name signs.

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  • ****

    Great area not many people. Many trails. I was there only for a couple hours had a lot of fun but couldn't find the plane wreckage ill have to go again!

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  • Maine@8848
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    The Central Maine Chapter of the NEMBA has done a great job on the trails here. Theses trails offer a bit of everything; singletrack, doubletrack, uphill and downhill. Don't miss the loop by the airplane wreckage.

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  • markcamaro88
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    Lots of fun. Even the doubletracks are tricky at speed. Roots and rocks galore. Seems to be more trails than what the map shows, especially down on the southern end. Pine Ridge makes for a high-speed 2 minute downhill fraught with rocks, roots, mud, and moguls. Great way to toast your brakes. Ridden twice. Even the easy trails are a great workout due to the elevation changes. As of August 2012 conditions are perfect. Very few wet or sandy spots. Just right.

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  • JakeBoivin
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    From a novices Point of view This Trail Offers a variety of single track terrain from uphill sprints to fun moderate decents and everything in between. If your looking for a place to hone in on alot of your xc skills this is the place to do it. Great Work out and Great fun.* Review edited 8/12/2011

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  • maineskiaddict
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    An ever improving network of some nice singletrack. The local NEMBA chapter has been hard at work improving what is is there. Some awesome natural features and a few "must rides". Be sure to hit the "Bra Shop" trail from the top for some nice, smooth riding back to the lot.

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