Maine Lighthouse Ride


Registration for the 2014 MLR is over 3/4 full - we have over 980 registered riders as of July 21. We will close registration at 1,200 riders. Don't miss this great ride - be sure to register early if you - and your family or group - want to be part of the 2014 ride!

Maine Lighthouse Ride logoSponsored by the Eastern Trail Alliance

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Southern Maine Community College

South Portland

Riders in the 2013 MLRThis year’s MLR on September 6 promises to be the best ever. It is our 11th annual ride, and should not be missed.  Pre-registration is required - there will no no on-site registration on the day of the ride.  Registration is also capped at 1,200 riders.  

Click here to view pictures from the 2013 ride

MLR Ride Description - Go here for a comprehensive description of the what is 2013 Maine Lighthouse Ride shotincluded in and available with the Lighthouse ride.

Bicycling options and start times:

  • Century (100-mile) 7:00 am (See all 9 lighthouses)
  • 62-mile (metric century) 7:30 am (8 lighthouses visible)
  • 40-mile 8:00 am (8 lighthouses visible)
  • 25-mile 8:30 am (7 lighthouses visible)

mlrrideragesRides of all ages do the Lighthouse Ride! (click on chart for a larger view)All rides start and end at Southern Maine Community College - click here for directions. If you are coming from out of town, there are many lodging options.

Maps and Cue Sheets are available here - they will also be provided at the ride.

The new 2014 bike jerseys are ready to order with a great new design. Go here to order a jersey (it will be shipped directly to you, deliver in 3-4 weeks). Go here for more information and a look at this year's design

More rider information (frequently asked questions) is available here.  

Rest stops and lunch. Hot food will not be served after 5 pm, but a salad bar will be available until 5:30.

Check out the great Sponsors that have contributed funds and in-kind goods to support the Lighthouse Ride. Please patronize these great businesses as a way of saying thanks for their support of the Eastern Trail!