Time for another edition of Mindless Maine Mayhem, where we take you on a journey through the Pine Tree State and basically just doing silly, harmless stuff. Today, it's a bike ride through Portland's iconic Time Temperature Building. This video is from 2014 from RandyU1. His description:

Taking a shortcut on my Downhill bike inside Portland, Maine's Time & Temperature Building to get to Monument Square which is located at the heart of Downtown Portland. I'm riding a 2006 Iron Horse Yakuza with a Fox DHX RC4 9.5" x 3.0" and 200mm Marzocchi 888 RC2 Dual Crown Forks. WTB Speed Disk rimset with GEAX Neutron 26" x 2.5" Downhill Tires.

If you don't know, the Time and Temperature Building was built in 1924 and included Maine's first indoor shopping center. Yup, it was kind of Maine's first MALL. You'll see the rider start outside and then wheelie through the hallways and out the FRONT DOOR on the other side of the building onto Congress Street.

 

 

 

The building is now under construction and development and was sold in 2018 for 9.3 million bucks.

 

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