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Portland Kids Duathlon
July 15th, 2018
Portland’s first duathlon race for kids gives young people ages 5-12 an opportunity to participate in the fast growing world of multi-sport. The run, bike, run format of a duathlon is fun and approachable for all.
For more information and to register: portlandkidsduathlon.com

Jun
20
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jun 20 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jun
21
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jun 21 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Jun
23
Sat
The FARM Ride – 1st Annual @ Fort Kent
Jun 23 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The FARM Ride – 1st Annual @ Fort Kent | Fort Kent | Maine | United States

Join us, and embark on our inaugural epic cycling adventure through the best terrain the St. John Valley has to offer. The FARM Ride will take you through northern Maine’s growing potato, buckwheat, and wheat fields with vistas into neighboring New Brunswick, Canada. Cue sheets (provided that morning) and/or a downloadable GPS route (check back for link) will guide you through undulating hard-packed dirt roads winding around fields and through wooden sections, offering you the best bike riding anywhere in the region. Climb ~6,000 feet in ~60 miles on a mountain bike, road bike with puncture resistant tires, cross bike or gravel grinder and ride amongst friends on a trip that will certainly be on your calendar year after year. A rest stop with nutrition/drink essentials, plus a mechanic garage will keep you and your bike going when you need it most. Celebrate your finish with a BBQ featuring our local Aroostook Beef Company burgers, a cold pint of our local First Mile Brewery beer and some acoustic guitar tunes by our local artist Travis Cyr.

Early bird registration (by May 15th): $35
Registration morning of: $45

Registration includes:

En route refueling station and mechanic garage
Post ride raffles
1 frosty pint of local First Mile Brewery beer
Fresh Trails Adevntures souvenir pint glass
Juicy burger from local Aroostook Beef Co.
Guitar tunes from Travis Cyr
The best darn adventure you’ve had on a bike!

FMI: freshtrails.com/event/f-a-r-m-1st-annual/ and on Facebook

Jun
24
Sun
Seacoast Paddle for the Pups @ William G. Saltonstall Boathouse, Phillips Exeter Academy
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am
Seacoast Paddle for the Pups @ William G. Saltonstall Boathouse, Phillips Exeter Academy | Exeter | New Hampshire | United States

Do you love dogs? Do you love to paddle? Do you love to paddle with your dog?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions you need to sign up to join us for the 1st Annual Paddle for the Pups event we’re hosting with our friends at the NHSPCA and Surftech.

Open to ALL paddle craft (i.e. kayaks, paddle boards, canoes), this event is all about getting out on the water, having fun, and doing your part to make a difference in the lives of some very special dogs.

Well behaved dogs are encouraged to join us for this amazing day!

Course Details:
Choose between two dog friendly courses…

Puppy Paddle: A 1-mile cruise that skirts alongside the Swasey Parkway.

Recreational Paddle: A 3-mile recreational paddle out to the 101 bridge. While not officially a race, prizes will be awarded to the first 3 paddles to return to the PEA Boathouse.

Paddle Requirements & Guidelines:

1) Every paddler must pay the $25.00 registration fee regardless of what type of paddle craft you are paddling (Paddleboard vs. tandem kayak).
2) As a fundraiser for the NHSPCA, all participants are required to raise a minimum of $200. Upon registering, a representative from NHSPCA will provide instructions on how to set up your personal fundraising page.
3) All paddlers must wear proper safety equipment including a personal floatation device (PFD). In addition to a PFD, all paddle boarders must wear a leash (no, not a dog leash, a SUP leash).
4) All paddlers must complete this safety waiver.
5) As a dog-friendly event, we expect all our fantastic dog owners to clean up after their pups and keep our surroundings neat and clean.

FMI: https://www.facebook.com/events/1856610657969379/

Jun
27
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jun 27 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jun
28
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jun 28 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Jul
4
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jul 4 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jul
5
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jul 5 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Jul
8
Sun
Yoga at the Fort @ Portland Paddle
Jul 8 @ 8:00 am – 11:15 am

This trip combines two of our favorite activities: sea kayaking and yoga! Paddle out to Fort Gorges for a 45-minute yoga session taught by Ashley Flowers, Sarah Graham, or Cayce Lannon.
Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga at Fort Gorges in Casco Bay
Sitting atop Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
20150725_114013.jpg

Fort Gorges, a Civil War-era granite fort surrounded by water, is one of the most fascinating spots in Casco Bay, and it’s only accessible by small boat. The former parade grounds, surrounded by gorgeous granite walls, is a remarkably ideal spot for yoga. The trip will begin with your licensed kayak guide offering a basic kayak lesson and then leading the group on a paddle through Portland harbor and across open water to tiny Hog Island. You’ll land on a beach by the fort’s entrance and explore its elegant granite halls and dark passageways. Make sure you check out the gorgeous view of the Portland skyline from the rooftop!

Then your yoga class will begin in the grassy, calm parade grounds of the fort. You’ll stretch, strengthen and rejuvenate. The yoga class is suitable for all ages & abilities. The kayaking part of the trip is great for all skill levels — even first-time kayakers.

$55 per person. Kayak and paddling gear included.

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/yoga-at-the-fort/

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

Jul
11
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jul 11 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jul
12
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jul 12 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Jul
15
Sun
Portland Kids Duathlon @ CycleMania
Jul 15 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Portland Kids Duathlon @ CycleMania | Portland | Maine | United States

Portland’s first duathlon race for children, The Portland Kids Duathlon, is presented by Benchmark Real Estate and Cyclemania. This new race gives young people ages 5-12 an opportunity to participate in the fast growing world of multi-sport racing. The run, bike, run format of a duathlon is fun and approachable, a great race for non-swimmers and triathletes alike. All young duathletes will finish the race with a smile on their face, a medal around their neck, and a boost of self-confidence and pride. This exciting new event includes two waves, a bike/run short course for 5-8 year olds and run/bike/run long course for 8-12 year olds.

FMI: www.facebook.com/events/420733641720038/ and www.portlandkidsduathlon.com

Jul
18
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jul 18 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jul
19
Thu
CAMP HIKE SUP YOGA Acadia NP Weekend Retreat @ Acadia National Park
Jul 19 – Jul 22 all-day
CAMP HIKE SUP YOGA Acadia NP Weekend Retreat @ Acadia National Park | Maine | United States

oin us this summer for our first Camping Retreat in beautiful, picturesque Acadia National Park! This weekend retreat will consist of 3 nights/4 days of camping, hiking, paddleboarding, yoga and the ultimate connection with nature.

Acadia National Park, located on Mount Desert Island, is a stunning national treasure on the coast of Maine. No matter where you explore in this park, the views are spectacular and nature abounds. No wonder this is one of the most visited parks in all of North America!

Acadia National Park offers hiking, biking, camping, breathtaking views of jagged coastlines, and pristine lakes for the nature lover, adventurer and outdoor enthusiast. More than two dozen mountains rise above the rocky shore, including Cadillac Mountain, which at 1,530 feet is the highest point on the U.S. Atlantic coast. There are more than 130 miles of hiking trails to explore by foot and 45 miles of carriage roads to travel by bike. Also, side note: Acadia is one of the best places on the east coast to view the Milky Way and you will LOVE star gazing by the fireside at night

We will be staying at the KOA Oceanside Campground located in Bar Harbor, situated at the head of Mount Desert Island, just 7 miles from the entrance of Acadia National Park. We offer two options for camping accommodations; Comfort shared Cabins or Oceanview Tent sites.

Comfort shared Cabins: These cabins make a great base camp and will provide you with many of the comforts of home and allow you to fully experience Acadia. Tucked back in the Maine woods but still close to the shoreline, you can walk right out your front door and enjoy the sunset. Cabins are equipped with bedding and all linens, a full bathroom with shower, microwave, refrigerator, sink, keurig coffee maker, outdoor grill, air conditioning, WiFi, fire pit, and a TV.

Ocean View Tent sites: A room with a view! All our tent sites offer an Ocean View. Pitch your 2 person tent near the ocean and watch the sky melt into sunset pastels while you warm by the campfire. Enjoy easy access to the sea for swimming and paddleboarding. Bathhouses, laundry, and hot showers are nearby in walking distance. Leashed pets welcome at your campsite.

Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jul 19 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Jul
22
Sun
Yoga at the Fort @ Portland Paddle
Jul 22 @ 8:00 am – 11:15 am

This trip combines two of our favorite activities: sea kayaking and yoga! Paddle out to Fort Gorges for a 45-minute yoga session taught by Ashley Flowers, Sarah Graham, or Cayce Lannon.
Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga at Fort Gorges in Casco Bay
Sitting atop Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
20150725_114013.jpg

Fort Gorges, a Civil War-era granite fort surrounded by water, is one of the most fascinating spots in Casco Bay, and it’s only accessible by small boat. The former parade grounds, surrounded by gorgeous granite walls, is a remarkably ideal spot for yoga. The trip will begin with your licensed kayak guide offering a basic kayak lesson and then leading the group on a paddle through Portland harbor and across open water to tiny Hog Island. You’ll land on a beach by the fort’s entrance and explore its elegant granite halls and dark passageways. Make sure you check out the gorgeous view of the Portland skyline from the rooftop!

Then your yoga class will begin in the grassy, calm parade grounds of the fort. You’ll stretch, strengthen and rejuvenate. The yoga class is suitable for all ages & abilities. The kayaking part of the trip is great for all skill levels — even first-time kayakers.

$55 per person. Kayak and paddling gear included.

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/yoga-at-the-fort/

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

Jul
25
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Jul 25 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Jul
26
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Jul 26 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Aug
1
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Aug 1 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Aug
2
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Aug 2 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Aug
5
Sun
Yoga at the Fort @ Portland Paddle
Aug 5 @ 8:00 am – 11:15 am

This trip combines two of our favorite activities: sea kayaking and yoga! Paddle out to Fort Gorges for a 45-minute yoga session taught by Ashley Flowers, Sarah Graham, or Cayce Lannon.
Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga at Fort Gorges in Casco Bay
Sitting atop Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
Yoga in Fort Gorges in Portland, Maine
20150725_114013.jpg

Fort Gorges, a Civil War-era granite fort surrounded by water, is one of the most fascinating spots in Casco Bay, and it’s only accessible by small boat. The former parade grounds, surrounded by gorgeous granite walls, is a remarkably ideal spot for yoga. The trip will begin with your licensed kayak guide offering a basic kayak lesson and then leading the group on a paddle through Portland harbor and across open water to tiny Hog Island. You’ll land on a beach by the fort’s entrance and explore its elegant granite halls and dark passageways. Make sure you check out the gorgeous view of the Portland skyline from the rooftop!

Then your yoga class will begin in the grassy, calm parade grounds of the fort. You’ll stretch, strengthen and rejuvenate. The yoga class is suitable for all ages & abilities. The kayaking part of the trip is great for all skill levels — even first-time kayakers.

$55 per person. Kayak and paddling gear included.

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/yoga-at-the-fort/

Photo by Courtney Elizabeth Media

Aug
8
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Aug 8 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Aug
9
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Aug 9 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/

Aug
15
Wed
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop
Aug 15 @ 5:15 pm
Oxford County Cycling Club (The Slow Spokes) @ Green Machine Bike Shop | Norway | Maine | United States

Group Ride every Wednesday, average 10-14 miles give or take. We meet in the Fair Share parking lot, which is located behind the Bike Shop. Everyone starts getting there around 5pm, we depart at 5:15pm. Depending on our route, will determine how long. Generally we are back by 7-7:15pm

Aug
16
Thu
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle
Aug 16 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Free Weekly Early Morning SUP Paddles @ Portland Paddle | Portland | Maine | United States

We’re bringing back our weekly SUP paddles for our 2018 season! Starting on June 14 our staff will lead an early morning paddle from our site at the East End Beach every Thursday. It’s free to join with your own board or just $15 to rent one from us ($10 off the usual rate).

This weekly gathering is a casual paddle open to anyone with some SUP experience who feels comfortable and confident on a board. This isn’t a guided trip, so everyone is responsible for their own safety, but our staff are happy to share their knowledge of the sport. The group will stay on the water for about an hour and will pick a destination that fits the conditions and participants.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting on June 14, 7:00-8:30
WHERE: Portland Paddle’s site at the East End Beach (look for our sign)
WHO: Anyone who is confident and comfortable paddling a SUP on Casco Bay with a group
COST: Free with your own SUP; $15 to rent one from Portland Paddle ($10 off the usual rate)

Fit Maine checked it out last year: Wake-up SUP! Free morning group SUP paddle on Casco Bay

FMI: portlandpaddle.net/