Maps, Cue Sheets, and Files for SABRides
Bikes, Brews, and Blue Mermaids Ride - starts from Post Office Square in Kittery (at Tributary and Blue Mermaid)
The Seacoast is a fantastic place to ride a bicycle. Settled as early as 1632 (Portsmouth and Dover Point) today's roadways stem from a centuries-old series of narrow carriage roads that are both the boon and the bane of riding a bike in the region. Most of the vehicular traffic in the Seacoast sticks to Routes 1, 1A, 101, 16, 4, I95 and the city streets of Portsmouth, Dover, Exeter and Hampton, leaving miles of lightly-trafficked 35-mph roads along the coast and through the countryside for bicycle nirvana. Though New Hampshire's Seacoast is only 17 miles long (the shortest of any state with a coastline), it offers some of the most scenic, beautiful coastal riding on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Fishy Bridges Ride - start from Newick's in Dover, NH
Each portion is approximately 15 miles.
Please note that there is a single file only rule in Newington!
Clicking on a route will bring you to the Ride With GPS website. If you are a member of RWGPS, you can access the map, cue sheet, and GPX or TCX files.
NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BICYCLE ROUTE MAPS
Statewide and Regional Bicycle Route Maps have been produced by the NH Department of Transportation.
Printed copies of statewide and regional bicycle route maps can be obtained from the New Hampshire Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator Larry Keniston at 603-271-2468.
Maine's bike touring site - http://www.exploremaine.org/bike/index.shtml
Info on bicycle touring in Maine is available at the Maine DOT Bicycle Tour Homepage. (MAINE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BICYCLE ROUTE MAPS - For copies of The Maine Bike Map, call the Maine DOT at 207-287-6600.)
EASTERN TRAIL MAPS The Eastern Trail Alliance is working hard to reestablish the railroad corridor in southern Maine from Kittery to Portland as a recreational greenway.
Maps of the on-road version of the eastern Trail are available in the Eastern Trail On-Road Guide
The On-Road guide is only available as a PDF document. You will need Adobe Acrobat to open the PDF version of the guide.
EAST COAST GREENWAY - East Coast Greenway Alliance: www.greenway.org
Walkers, cyclists, and other trail advocates have joined forces around an audacious project, a 2,900 mile traffic-free path linking East Coast cities from Maine to Florida. Launched only 10 years ago, this vision for an urban alternative to the highly popular Appalachian Trail is quickly becoming a reality. Click here for Maps of the East Coast Greenway.
NH Seacoast Greenway Committee: www.nhseacoastgreenway.org