Pownal & Bradbury Mountain Trails
Bradbury Mountain is home to some of the oldest mountain bike trails in Southern Maine. The park is bisected by Hallowell Road/Route 9. The east side or “campground side” of the road is home to many of the purpose built mountain bike trails and home to 12 Hours of Bradbury Mountain race. These trails are rough, relatively flat, and twisty. On the west side of the road or mountain side, you will find more elevation and more burly wider trails. It is important to note that bikes are not allowed on some of the trails on the mountain side. Bradbury can be easily connected to nearby Tryon Mountain as well as Pineland Farms.
Tryon Mountain | Trailhead Location
Tryon Mountain is best used as an alternate starting point to connect to Bradbury. You will find a mixture of roots, rocks, and some nice elevation change. Park on Lawrence Road, cross the street and start up the steep double track climb, approximately 100 feet up the trail, take a right onto the first singletrack you encounter. Ride this singletrack until you connect with a double track that leads to the Boundary trail on the “mountain side” at Bradbury.