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The tabular list below contains "Ridden and Recommended Dirt Rides."  These are excellent motorcycle dirt rides that will be enjoyable to a visitor or a native of the Northeast. 

GoogleMap links open a Google Maps file and GPX links open a generic GPS file.

 

Please also see the bottom of page for more information and learn how you can contribute.

 

Dirt road conditions can vary widely so please proceed with caution as conditions may have changed. Gates may be open or closed so ride cautiously. Treat private property with respect so that others may enjoy the ride.

Please comment on roads/trails after you ride them and I will update their condition on this website: epconde at yahoo dot com

 

Ridden and Recommended Dirt Rides

 

Best Roads, Views, Restaurants, Hotels, and Things to See

 

Name

Description

 
BEST DIRT ROADS Here is a website that lists the Best Dirt Roads, the Best Paved Roads, Best Views, Best Restaurants, Best Hotels, and Best Things to See in the Northeast.

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Vermont

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download
xxx

Ride starts and ends in xxx

GoogleMap

GPX

     
     
     
     

 

 

 

New Hampshire

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download

Hancock, NH to

Groton, VT

Ride starts in Hancock, NH and follows dirt roads to Groton, VT

GoogleMap

GPX

Hampster Ride Dirt ride through NH from Adventure Rider: (Link)

GPX

     
     
     
     

 

 

 

Maine

 

Ride Name Ride Description

Download

   

GoogleMap

GPX

     
     
     
     

 

 

 

Massachusetts

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download

Winsted, CT to

Greenfield, MA

Ride starts in Winsted, CT and follows dirt roads to Greenfield, MA

GoogleMap

GPX

Mt. Wachusett to

Ware, MA

Ride starts at Mount Wachusett in MA and follows dirt roads to Ware MA

GoogleMap

GPX

 

 

 

Connecticut & Rhode Island

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download
   

GoogleMap

GPX

     
     

 

 

 

New York

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download
   

GoogleMap

GPX

     
     
     
     
     

 

 

Pennsylvania

 

Ride Name

Ride Description

Download

   

GoogleMap

GPX

     

 

 

New Jersey

 

Ride Name

Ride Description

Download

   

GoogleMap

GPX

 

 

Multi-state day rides

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download

GoogleMap

GPX

 

 

 

Multi-state/multi-day rides

 

Ride Name

Ride Description

Download

   

GoogleMap

GPX

 

Other states/providences

 

Ride Name Ride Description Download
     
     

 

U.S. - Canada Rides

 
Ride Name Ride Description Download
     
     
     
     
     

 

General information:

  1. The name of the file you download should have the same name as the "Ride Name."
  2. Open GPX files, right click on the listed route and make a copy of it.  Next do a "recalculation" on the copied route and compare and make it conform to the original route..  Delete the original route, rename the copy if you like and then upload it to your GPS.
  3. On some rides clicking on "Ride Report" in the description will take you to a write-up about the ride.
  4. Disclaimer, this ride information is believed to be accurate when posted, but as always when planning a ride, your route choice and ride safety is your own responsibility.


Share your great rides:

Do you have a "Ridden and Recommend" ride? Why not share it with your fellow motorcyclist? To contribute please send the following information to: webmaster at newenglandriders dot org

  1. Name of the ride
  2. File with directions - give it the same name as the "name of the ride."  It should be in one or more of the follow formats: GPX, GoogleMap, PDF or Word tank bag directions
  3. Description of the ride (up to 75 words)
  4. Name/address/contact info for eating & sleeping accommodations if not in file
  5. Miles for the each day's ride
  6. Which category it belongs (VT, NH, multi-state, etc.)
  7. Your Delphi name - or other name if not on Delphi
  8. No one will check your route for accuracy before posting. Please be sure to zoom in when using mapping software to ensure the route is exactly as you think it is. You don't want to help a fellow rider get lost.  <grin>

 

 

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