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The Maine Summer Adventure Race is an annual event designed to showcase the most beautiful, interesting, and fun parts of Maine. Self-supported teams of two to four travel nonstop on an unmarked, linear course via mountain bike, foot, and sea kayak, navigating by map and compass. Adventure racing is the ultimate test of endurance, strategy, and teamwork, which is why this race is known as "The hardest day in Maine."
Estimated minimum distances (in no particular order) are: 12 miles of hiking, 50 miles of biking including optional technical mountain biking, and 10 miles of paddling. Extra, optional checkpoints will add significantly to the total distances traveled in each of those disciplines. Estimated maximum distances are 30 miles of trekking, 90 miles of biking (with at least 25 miles of mountain biking on trails), and 15 miles of paddling. Racers wishing to attempt the full course will need to bring packrafts for their team.
The 24-hour race will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 17 and will end at 10 a.m. on Sunday, July 18. Check-in and map hand-out begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday at the Events Center/Market at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, Maine.
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