Joe Bornstein’s Rider Challenge is under way!

The Law Offices of Joe Bornstein is proud to partner with United Bikers of Maine. Pick up your free Rider Challenge passport and start planning rides to some of Maine’s most scenic locations including: Height of Land, Wire Bridge and Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Each location counts as an entry with a $1,000 grand prize to a lucky rider.

2024 Rider Challenge Passports Available At
  • L-A Harley, Lewiston
  • Oquossoc Grocery, Oquossoc
  • Casey's Market, Anson
  • Iron Tails Saloon, Acton
  • Dysart's Travel Stop, Hampden
  • Fairgrounds Pizza & Pub, Cornish
  • Reynolds Motorsports, Buxton
  • Skip's Lounge, Buxton
  • Stockhouse Restaurant, Westbrook
  • Big Moose Harley-Davidson, Portland
  • Waterboro Eagles, Waterboro
Joe Bornstein's 2024 Rider Challenge Passport $1000 Prize

Contest Rules

Joe Bornstein’s Rider Challenge is a 12-week location-based contest open to all Maine motorcyclists. Every two weeks, riders have a chance to enter their name to win the $1,000 grand prize. Drawing will be held at Iron Tails Saloon in Acton, Maine, on September 14th. Travel to any or all of the six scenic spots throughout Maine during the dates specified in the Rider Challenge Passport and submit your photo before the next two-week travel assignment begins. Each location counts as an entry with a total of six chances to win.

Height of Land
Height of Land
June 3 - June 16
Nubble Light
Nubble Light
June 17 - June 30
Penobscot Narrows Bridge
Penobscot Narrows Bridge
July 1 - July 14
Screw Auger Falls
Screw Auger Falls
July 15 - July 28
Pemaquid Point Light
Pemaquid Point Light
July 29 - August 11
Wire Bridge
Wire Bridge
August 12- August 25

Photos must include rider, passport and location. Submit photos from all six locations and you will be entered into a second drawing for an official set of Joe Bornstein Cornhole Boards! Good luck and ride safe!

The motorcycle community fills the riding season with charity rides and events – like the United Bikers of Maine Toy Run every September. The Joe Bornstein Rider Challenge is our way of saying thanks to all the bikers who help families and nonprofits throughout Maine. And if you don’t have a motorcycle, you can participate on the roads this summer by helping keep riders safe. It only takes a second to take a second look.

For those who ride, keep Joe by your side.
We’re Maine lawyers who know the Maine law.

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