A USARA Regional Championship Race
Looking for a new adventure? Try adventure racing!
Self-supported teams of two to four travel nonstop via mountain bike, foot, and sea kayak, navigating by map and compass.
Have any questions? Please reach out to race directors Kate and Cliff White at StrongMachineAR@gmail.com.
Kate and Cliff started racing in 2013 and competed in the 2019 Eco-Challenge in Fiji as Team Strong Machine (#60).
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The Maine Summer Adventure Race is an annual event designed to showcase the most beautiful, interesting, and fun parts of Maine.
The 3-hour race, with mostly on-trail hiking and optional mountain biking, is a perfect introduction to the sport for those new to adventure racing. Past finishers have included toddlers and septuagenarians.
The 8-hour race includes hiking, road biking, optional mountain biking, and sea kayaking. It's a manageable challenge for anyone willing and able to spend a day roughing it in the woods (provided there's food and beer waiting for them at the finish).
The 24-hour race is an extreme challenge, involving multiple hiking, mountain biking, and sea kayaking stages. Teams race through the day and night (and day again), covering 50 to 100+ miles in total distance.
All three races are hosted and designed by Kate and Cliff White, the founders of Strong Machine Adventure Racing.
For more information, check out our FAQ section or contact the race directors.