The 2nd annual Lobster Roll fondo event is happening on June 18th at Tiny Trails. Take the challenge and ride all of MTB Minto's trails that encompass "The Whole Lobster Roll" in one day This event is for all skill levels and ages who want to get in on the fun.
If joining a group ride, leaders will depart every 10 minutes beginning at 10am. Or, you are welcome to go it on your own! Maps and lists of trails will be provided at the event.
MTBM has created The Whole Lobster Roll badge for those who can devour all the trails in Minto in one day. In a culinary nod to the mecca of MTB trails Moab and The Whole Enchilada. The north east coast equivalent is the lobster roll. It's decadent, smooth, a little crunchy and can bite you if you get distracted by the wonder of its creation. Enjoy the Whole Lobster Roll! You can only get it here.
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