Sunday, May 7, 2017
Bangor, ME – Kenduskeag River – Class II+
Regional Team Qualifier #3
Latest News Update for Kenduskeag Slalom:
If registering by mail, make entry checks payable to: ACANE
Mail completed entry forms and fee to:
234 West Corinth Road
Corinth, ME 04427
Clayton Cole (C1cole@roadrunner.com)
River Gauge: Check Level
One Day Race Format:
- At least part of Saturday will available for full course practice runs.
- The racers meeting will be at 8:30 AM, unless otherwise noted, on Sunday followed by the two runs in both session A then B.
Additional Classes: Beginners, OC-1 Combined, OC-2 Combined & K-1 Combined. Downriver race on Saturday @ 4 PM.
Course Set-Up: Help is needed all day Friday to set up the course.
Race Awards: Will take place immediately after course take-down is complete.
From South of Bangor: take I-95 North to Union Street exit 184. At the end of exit ramp, turn right onto Union Street. Turn left at the next traffic light onto 14th Street. Go straight through the next traffic light, crossing Ohio Street. Go straight down the hill 1/2 mile to the race site on the left.
From North of Bangor: take I-95 South and take exit 184. At the end of the ramp, turn left on Union Street . Go straight through the first traffic light, (I-95 North), and turn left at the next traffic light onto 14th Street. Go straight through the next traffic light, crossing Ohio Street. Go straight down the hill one half mile to the race site on the left.
Map of all the NESS Race Locations
GPS coordinates for the race site are: 44.812296, -68.781581
Race Site Description:
NO Camping at the race site! Free: Camping & Pot Luck at Clayton Cole’s house – 17 miles from the race site. E-Mail: Clayton for more information.
Also Paul Bunyan Campgrounds, 207-941-1177; Pleasant Hill Campgrounds, 207-848-5127; Red Barn RV Park – (and tenting), 207-843-6011. All within 5 miles of the race site.
Parking is available in the large parking lot at the bottom of the course.
Spectator access is excellent. There is a large lawn at the top of the course right down to the water. Viewing is available from the road high above the course for the rest of the course. It’s a steep climb down to lots of boulders along the river bank which make excellent viewing and picture taking vantage points.
Race Course Video: