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Kenduskeag Stream Race: 50th Anniversary

photos by Jim Dugan The Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race is a spring tradition in Bangor, with most of the action happening at Six Miles Falls. Jim Dugan had a front-row seat for the best of the whitewater on a gorgeous Saturday. See more of his Kenduskeag pictures here.

An Independence Day Parade Sandwich

iron mantra by Shannon Thompson Three weeks to race day, my last long ride. With my late start on training, I’ve been building volume unusually quickly, paying extra attention to my body and crossing fingers and toes that I don’t get injured. Coach Scott had me scheduled for a 5-hour ride, but I felt I needed […]

112 Miles, Bangor & Back

ironmantra by Shannon Thompson Bike ride to Bangor @scsmaine #paulbunyan #feltbicycles #longride #ironmantraining #sidecountrysports

The Gentleman

My brother is a Navy pilot and his callsign is The Gentleman. He’s currently He was recently deployed in Afghanistan far, far away from his home in Maine. For weeks my family had only the following brief email as assurance of his safety and the unease of a new, mystery location: Just a quick hello! Letting you […]

The Gentleman

My brother is a Navy pilot and his callsign is The Gentleman. He’s currently deployed in Afghanistan far, far away from his home in Maine. This is his current dispatch. If everything goes as planned we should be landing in Bangor tomorrow night around 5PM but thats if everything goes as planned. I will email […]

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