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Bicycling with Kids in DownEast Maine
25 Short, Safe, and Scenic Rides
Roger L. Turner




Nicolin Fields
2002 • 128 pp. 12 illus. maps 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Sports & Recreation / Travel & Tourism / Bicycling

$17.95 Paperback, 978-0-9637077-9-6



An onroads bicycling book of 25 rides for children under 10 and an adult in the scenic northern coastal area of Maine.

Blue Hill, Mount Desert Island, Acadia National Park . . . these beautiful vacation spots are centered in an area known as DownEast Maine. Along the coast and shorelines of Maine’s northern coastal region, miles of roads, beaches, and coves tempt you to take some time out and explore. It is the perfect area to bring a young family, a picnic, and bicycles. Roger Turner’s book takes you on short, safe, and scenic rides geared specifically for families with young children in tow.

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“From Amesbury to Salem, Roger has captured the magic of Boston’s North Shore. This book offers miles of great cycling, scenic vistas and plenty of ice cream stops along the way. It provides all the things that make riding throughout the North Shore a real pleasure. This is great tandem territory. If you ride one, get this book!”Richard Lemieux, co-chairman, 2007, Montreal to Boston Stage Race, life-long cyclist

Bicycling on Boston’s North Shore showcases the many miles of quiet roads, beauty and history this area has. The routes provide something for the novice rider as well as the experienced cyclist.”Leslie Ludtke, former President, New Hampshire Cycling Club and 2006 Masters Cyclocross National Champion



ROGER TURNER has been a life-long cyclist and learned early on that seeing the world from over the handlebars of a bicycle was a great way to view life. He lives in Bedford, New Hampshire with his wife and their two children.



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