Located on a hill behind the airport and within riding distance of the University of Maine, Augusta, the Bond Brook Recreation Area offers a convoluted network of trails. They are perfect for all levels of riders but newer riders will find themselves challenged by some of the technical features.
The mountain bike singletracks are some of the best MTB trails anywhere. The wider cross country ski trails offfer a break from the seemingly endless, busy singletracks. They are also better for newer riders, though some are hilly.
Depending on the season, you may find that most of the Tred Fest race course is marked out on the ground with red and white painted arrows.
Central Maine NEMBA has worked hard with Augusta Trails to make these trails both fun and challenging. At only 270 acres you'll be surprised to discover over 12 miles of singletrack trails here.
For another look at the trails check out the map for the 2012 Bond Brook Tread Fest race course.
25 Bond Brook Road is the junction with Tall Pines Way, a dirt road that may not appear on your GPS. Drive up Tall Pines Way to find the main parking lot and kiosk.