Fully Supported Rides

For our weekly and other regular club rides, see our rides page.

We run a fully supported century ride in September of each year, the kinder, gentler Fryeburg Frolic. Register online >

Fryeburg Frolic (101, 77, 57 mi) – September 30, 2017

mid-ride photo
Mid-Ride Regroup
Start of the Frolic photo
Start of the Frolic in Gorham

This is a members-only ride. But you can join the club and ride for less than the cost of other supported centuries! Membership and registration for the Frolic are both available via the link below.

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The Fryeburg Frolic Century attempts to be a kinder, gentler century even though it passes through the hills of western Maine, up to the edge of the White Mountains. It starts at the University of Southern Maine, Gorham Campus, off Rt. 114. The route to Fryeburg winds through pine woods and small villages; past lakes and around the Burnt Meadow Mountains. With an Indian Summer day, the Fryeburg food stop, near a beach on a quiet bend of the Saco River, may include some swimming. The return ride follows the Saco River, even though you only get to glimpse it now and then. It includes the back road from Hiram to Cornish – a classic stretch of understated Maine beauty.

Members only; $5.00 to support food and supplies. (Hint: you can join the club and ride the Frolic for less than the cost of some other supported rides!) There are four food stops on the ride, and a ride end meal buffet. Rain or shine ride. FMI, kob22225@mac.com.

Registration 6:30 AM. The Frolic departs the USM Field House in Gorham at 7:00 AM (see also Sunday Gorham ride).