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    Members of the Maine Dual Sport & Dirt Bike Association ride along an unpaved roads near Whitefield.

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    Helmets, bags and GPS devices are shown on bikes as association members prepare for a ride on paved and unpaved roads.

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    Dual sport dirt bikes in Maine are required to have two registrations, the regular license plate to ride on paved roads and the blue sticker on the fender to ride unpaved roads and trails.

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    Riders make their way on the Route 197 bridge over the Kennebec River in Richmond.

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    Two riders take a break during a ride near Whitefield.

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    A rider prepares a bike for the group ride.

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    Carmel Rubin of Bowdoinham rides with other members of the Maine Dual Sport & Dirt Bike Association in Dresden Mills.

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