Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
From Embden to Bingham, the Kennebec Valley Trail is a 14 mile dirt biking route along the Kennebec River. The route offers spectacular views that take riders along the edge of the Kennebec River from Embden through Solon to Bingham. This route includes the historic Arnold Trail on the Kennebec River. It has a hard gravel surface that is open year-round.
North of Weld, the 5,000 acre Mount Blue State Park has 25 miles of challenging dirt biking trails. Keep an eye out for moose and other wildlife.
In southwestern Maine, the Summerhaven Loop is a 6 mile trail open to dirt bikes. The trailhead is just west of Summerhaven.
Northwest of Presque Isle in northeastern Maine, the Aroostock Valley Trail is a 75 mile trail system open to off-road motorcycles on an old railroad grade. A trailhead is available northwest of Presque Isle on SR164 near Washburn. From Washburn, routes run north to Caribou or through Perham into Stockholm.
North of Houlton in northeastern Maine, the Houlton To Phair Junction Trail is a 40 mile route paralleling SR1 and open to off-road motorcycles. The route is along an old railroad grade. Parking areas are available in Houlton, Mars Hill and Monticello.
Southwest of Portland near Lyman, the MX-207 area has several tracks including a motocross track and a Peewee track. It is known as New England's premiere motocross practice facility. MX-207 has a very intense track with lots of tabletops, doubles, stepups and whoops.
North of Portland near Minot, the Hemonds Motocross Park has a motocross track with a 60+ foot tabletop jump. The track is fairly flat and very fast.
North of Augusta near Skowhegan, the Back 40 MX has both a motocross track and an ATV track. Formerly Skowhegan Motocross Park, the track is beginner-friendly with a 35+ foot tabletop jump and a challenging stepup.