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New England is a great place to ride. The region has mountains, ocean, lakes, and forests.....all within a few hours of riding. In this section you will find information about rides, roads, restaurants, and more. This page is your key to a wealth of local information in two main parts.

 

(1) The navigation menu on the left side of the page will lead you to additional ride planning information. 

 

(2) The tabular list below contains NER "Ridden and Recommended Rides."  These are excellent motorcycle rides that will be enjoyable to a visitor or a native of New England. 

GoogleMap links open a Google Maps file, Garmin links open a Garmin GPS Mapsource file, GPX links open a generic GPS file, and S&T links open a 2010 Microsoft Streets and Trips file.

 

You can download any of the route files listed below. The rightmost column lists the format(s) in which the files were created. If you don't see a file type that your mapping program or GPS uses, use a conversion tool such as GPSBabel, or any of these.

 

Here is a video that GoldWing Bob made that shows you how to take any Mapsource GPS Route and modify it so that it works well with your GPS.  Video: (link)

 

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

 

NER Ridden and Recommended Rides

 

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

 

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BEST OF NEW ENGLAND Here is a website that lists the Best Roads, Best Views, Best Restaurants, Best Hotels, and Best Things to See in New England and Eastern NY.

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Vermont

 

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Stowe Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Stowe, VT. Hotel and restaurant choices are included. These rides are used for NER Stowe trips. by Easy Ed website
Lake Champlain and the Islands

(Ride Video) Tour the Lake Champlain Islands with a stop at the Champlain Statue at St. Anne's Shrine. Ride through pretty farm country on North Road and South Road before taking Route 108 back to Stowe. 155 miles. (approx 4 hours without stops.) Starts and ends in Stowe. by Easy Ed

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VT Piedmont

(Ride Video) Ride Route 12 south to Montpelier and then beautiful Route 110 south to South Royalton. Lunch at Eaton's Sugar House before riding twisty 132 and routes 113 and 244 along Lake Fairlee to the Connecticut River. Take 25 and 302 to West Groton and then ride twisty route 232 (video) north to Route 2. Finish with Route 215 past Cabot Farm and then Routes 15 and 100 back to Stowe. 206 miles. (approx. 5 hours without stops.) Starts and ends in Stowe. by Easy Ed

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Northeast Kingdom Ride Route 16 to Caspian Lake and visit Willey's General Store in Greensboro. Continue past Crystal Lake to Route 5A south and beautiful Lake Willoughby. Lunch in St. Johnsbury before riding twisty and scenic Route 102 along the Connecticut River. Ride 105 and 111 past Island Pond and Lake Seymour before taking Route 14 back toward Stowe. 220 miles. (approx 5 1/2 hours without stops.) Starts in Stowe. by Easy Ed

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South Vermont This 223 mile ride travels through the Southern Green Mountains. Route 140 (BONE Road) is one of the best twisty roads in the northeast. Kingdom Road/Tyson Road (BONE Road) is a fun twisty between Routes 100 and 106. Route 131 (BONE Road) is a State Scenic Road that runs along the Black River. Starts and Ends in Lake George. by Easy Ed

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Stowe 9 Mountain Gaps This is one great and exciting ride. Ride Vermont's best Gap roads. Routes 17, 125, and 73, Lincoln Gap Road, and Bethel Mountain are all part of this ride. Route 17 and Lincoln Gap Road are ridden in both directions. Lincoln Gap Road has some hard-pack gravel. Lunch at Toziers in Bethel. 210 miles. (approx 5 hours without stops.) Starts in Stowe.  by Easy Ed

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North Central VT Loop This is a ride that covers a 200 mile loop of some of Vermont's nicest roads. It covers an area North of Woodstock and East of Montpelier.  208 Miles  by Eric5061 

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VT South to North This ride goes from Brattleboro, VT to Burlington, VT the scenic long way via the Canadian border. Lots of riding on VT RT 100, VT RT 12 and some super northern VT roads. Spend the night in the Burlington area. 301 Miles  by Eric5061

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Central VT Gaps Great Mountain Gaps ride that begins at the Old Hancock Hotel. The hotel is spacious, affordable, and has a very good breakfast. Some gaps are ridden in both directions for a different look. Good stops on 125 are Texas Falls and Robert Frost Interpretive Trail. See the pretty Moss Glen Falls on Route 100 in Granville. Be sure to see the floating bridge in Brookfield. Lincoln Gap Road is pretty steep in parts and has a one mile stretch of light gravel.  218 Miles.  by Easy Ed

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Bethel to Stowe Gaps Run

Fun Gaps ride that was planned for the New England-Canada Ride. The ride starts at Tozier's Restaurant in Bethel, Vermont  (link). Then Camp Brook Road which climbs Bethel Mountain. Route 73 is the first of 3 roads that climb over the Green Mountains. Route 125 goes past the Old Hancock Hotel (good lunch stop) to Texas Falls See the pretty Moss Glen Falls on Route 100 in Granville. Finally, scale the Appalachian Gap on Route17 before ending at Ben and Jerry's.   by Easy Ed

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Stowe, Lake Willoughby Loop Here is a great Loop that a few of us rode during the NE-Canada ride weekend. Visit Lake Willoughby, have a great lunch at Cajun's Snack Bar in Lowell, and take some great twisty roads back to Stowe. 175 miles. by Easy Ed

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Stowe, Adirondacks Ferry Loop Here is a fun loop that visits the great twists on VT-17 and Tracy Road in NY. Continue to Ray Brook for some BBQ at Tail O' The Pup, the ride some twists and take a great ferry ride back to Stowe. 220 miles. by Easy Ed

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New Hampshire

 

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Gorham Trip Website

This website has great loop rides from Gorham, NH. Hotel and restaurant choices are included. These rides are used for NER Gorham trips. by Easy Ed

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Best of The White Mountains

(Ride video) This great 201 mile ride is filled with with 9 Best Of New England Roads and 15 BONE views. Highlights include Route 113 and Evan's Notch, Hurricane Mountain Road, Cathedral Ledge, Bear Notch Road, The Kancamagus Highway, Kinsman Notch, the Brick Store, Route 117, Cannon Mountain, the Ski Museum (free), Route 302 & Crawford Notch, and Pinkham Notch. Lunch is grab & go sandwiches at The Brick Store followed by ice cream next door at At The Hop. If you prefer a sit down lunch try either Shiloh's Restaurant or Village Pizza in Woodsville, NH or the P&H Truck Stop across the river in Wells River, VT. All lunch choices are on the maps. (approx 5 hours without stops.) Starts & ends in Gorham. by Easy Ed

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Best of the Northern White Mountains

This fun 204 mile ride visits the Best of the Northern White Mountains and makes short jaunts into Maine and Vermont. This ride features some of the best high speed sweepers in New England. The route features 6 Best Of New England Roads and a ride along the Canadian border. Highlights include Route 26 in Maine, Route 26 in NH, Route 145, Route 114 along the Canadian Border, and the great Route 102 along the Connecticut River. Lunch is at Common Sense (closed on Saturday?) or the Lakefront Express Market & Deli in Island Pond, VT. (approx 5 hours without stops.) Starts & ends in Gorham. by Easy Ed

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2 Day Chelmsford to Gorham, NH

This is a nice weekend ride with NO Interstate riding. It also includes a section in Maine through scenic Evans Notch. There is also a 67 mile loop around the Gorham NH area with lots of curves and mountain scenery.  Eric5061
Day 1 = 261 Miles Loop = 67 Miles Day 2 = 246 Miles  by Eric

    

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Lake Winni Conway NH Loop Nice loop ride of Lake Winnipesaukee including the Conway area and some great twisty backroads that end at the Kancamagus.  160 Miles  by Eric5061

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Mid NH Loop This is a great day ride. There is some interstate to get to the Mid NH roads. Then all nice sweepers and rural scenery for the rest of the day.  278 Miles  by Eric5061

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22 Scenic Routes

"New Hampshire's Most Scenic Roads - 22 routes off the beaten path" by John Gibson.  Note: these roads have not necessarily been tested.  The books mentioned roads were put into S&T by UltraJJ 

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Crotched Mountain Loop A pleasant 131-mile loop through NH's central lakes and mountains region. Circumnavigates Crotched Mountain (local pronunciation: Crawch-Et). Nice day trip or foliage ride.  by flanga

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Loop the Lake A NER favorite, this 115 mile loop has it all: great views, sweepers, twisties, elevational changes, and classic New England scenery along and around beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, New England's largest lake. Plenty of places for food and lodging along this easy and pleasant day ride. Great 2-up ride. Great foliage ride, too.  by flanga

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NH Notches In New Hampshire, a mountain pass is called a "Notch." This 406 mile loop stitches together the best notches, and also includes stretches of the famed and scenic Kancamagus Highway and the less well-known but even better-to-ride Hurricane Mountain Road. Can be done as one long day, or broken in two; food and lodging abounds.  by flanga

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Southern NH loop After a few nice local roads in MA this ride enters NH and hits some of the best roads southern NH has to offer - including my personal favorite, Rt137.  The ride is only 144 miles with about 4 hours actual saddle time.  Plan to have a great lunch at the Tooky Mills Pub in Hillsboro, NH (waypoint in file).  by GoldWingBob1 

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Southern NH  Covered Bridges Nice ride through 9 covered bridges in southern New Hampshire

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Hurricane Mountain Road Loop

Hurricane Mountain Road Ride. Round trip is 301 miles. It is two routes:

1. From Townsend DD to and over Hurricane(164 miles). rt13, rt101, rt293, rt95, upper half rt132, rt175, rt112, Bear Notch Rd, rt302, Hurricane.

2. The Return to Townsend DD(137 miles). rt113, rt25, rt106, rt3, lower half rt132, rt91s, rt89, rt13 or you could even make this an overnight ride.

Route done using Mapsource 2009 with the setting of; avoid u-turns=on, carpool lanes=on, unpaved roads=on, seasonal road closures=on. by Bob H

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Maine

 

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Acadia & Down East Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Ellsworth, ME to Acadia National Park and Down East Maine. Hotel and restaurant choices are included. These rides are used for NER Acadia and Down East Maine trips. By Easy Ed website
Acadia This 131 mile ride is filled with spectacular scenery and many great places to stop. Despite the modest mileage, this is a full day (or two). Lunch in Bar Harbor (restaurant reviews). Highlights include Cadillac Mountain, the Park Loop Road, Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, Otter Cliff, Otter Point, the Jordan Pond House, Sargeant Drive, Bar Harbor, Seal Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Southwest Harbor, and Bass Harbor. Here is a link with some tips on stops and parking: tips. (approx 4 hours without stops.) by Easy Ed

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Schoodic This 152 mile ride includes the Schoodic Peninsula, Schoodic Scenic Byway, Blackwoods Scenic Byway, Fox Pond, and OSJ's secret loop around Graham Lake. Lunch at Maple Knoll Pizza. A fun 2-up ride. (approx 4 1/4 hours without stops.) by Easy Ed

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Penobscot This  149 mile ride is for those that want to savor the best of the Blue Hill Peninsula and Deer Isle. This ride explores many of the backroad scenic spots and interesting places to see. You'll want to get off your bike often to see the sights. Lunch in Castine (reviews) or MacLeod's or others in Bucksport (reviews). Highlights include Deer Isle, Castine, and the view from the Penobscot Observatory. A great 2-up ride. Here is a link showing the best places to stop and explore: link.  (approx. 5 hours without stops.) by Easy Ed

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Wicasset, Camden, & Augusta Here is 200 miles of bliss in New England, Maine to be exact. When doing this ride I suggest people stay in Rockland at the Trade Winds.Then you can have breakfast at Rockland Cafe one of the best breakfast places I've ever been too!. Then later in the day you can stop at Reds Eats for lunch or if you want a very short detour to Richmond for a cup of chili or a slice of pizza at The Old Goat. Then finish it off with a lobsta club back at The Brass Compass (however they close at 3)  so could skip lunch and just ride fast thru this great route and get back to Rockland just in time for that sammie!  201 miles (approx. 5 1/2 hours without stops)    by OSJ

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Edge of Wilderness ME Loop A Central Maine loop that skirts Moosehead Lake. Watch out for moose sightings in the mornings. This is a very rural ride on some wonderful roads. NO TRAFFIC on this one. 
230 Miles  by Erice5061

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Rangeley, ME, Quebec Loop BORDER CROSSING!!! A passport is a must on this ride. Nice curvy roads around Rangeley Lake ME then into Canada and Quebec Province. The ride comes back into the USA in NH. This is a very rural ride with super sweepers.  331 Miles  by Eric5961

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SE Maine Ride This is the rocky coast of Maine with great views, the smell of the ocean and great spots for pictures and eating local seafood. These roads can be very crowded in the summer on weekends. Avoid at such times. There is local riding through towns on this ride, not rural riding.  506 Miles  by Eric5061

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Western Mountains Loop Great loop on some wonderful Western Maine roads. Very light traffic here. Roads are mostly sweepers with mountain and farm scenery.  161 Miles  by Eric5061

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526mi Kennebec Loop This is an excellent 1- or 2-up ride looping to Moosehead Lake and then down the full length of the Kennebec River all the way to the ocean. Classic New England scenery. A great foliage ride, too. Can be done in one long day, or broken in two by staying at one of the several motels in the Moosehead or Jackman area.  by flanga

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Riverview Resort to Quoddy Head State Park. 265 miles one way
This ride begins in Bethel ME at the Riverview Resort and ends at the Quoddy Head State Park in Lubec ME.  You will travel straight thru the heart of central ME.  Making this a loop ride from Bethel is possible if you choose the fastest way home from Lubec, total miles would be 520 miles.  But its much better to do this as a 2 day ride.  by OSJ  Ride Report

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Quoddy Head State Park to Riverview Resort in Bethel ME. 368 miles one way
2nd day of this ride. This ride will take you north into the great woods of Northern Maine. Most of the ride is very rural on fast roads.  Posted speed limit on a lot of these roads are 55, but not too many people travel that slow up here.  Be cautious of fast moving trucks if you don’t like to travel at least 10 above.  The second half of this route takes you thru some populated areas leading you back to Bethel.  A late lunch is scheduled at Thompson's in Bingham.   by OSJ   Ride Report

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Massachusetts

 

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South Shore and Cape Cod Ride

(Ride Video) This ride visits the most scenic points alond the South Shore of Boston and the Western Cape. The ride starts in Cohasset and ends in Falmouth. Stops include Scituate Light, Plymouth, and the Cape Cod Canal. 106 miles. - Easy Ed

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Eastern Mass
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(Ride Video) This loop visits most of the best roads in Eastern Massachusetts. Some roads are very twisty. Lunch is at Kimball Farm in Westford. Although this loop is only 117 miles, it will seem longer due to the technical roads. A nice ride!  - Easy Ed

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North Shore and Merrimack River

(Ride Video1), (Ride Video2) Great coastal ride best ridden off-season. Travel some very scenic roads around Manchester, Magnolia, and Gloucester. Continue north through Newburyport and then on some really nice roads along the Merrimack River. Finish with some nice twisty roads through Boxford. 84 miles - Easy Ed

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Central Mass Ice Cream Ride

(Ride Video) This route was used for the Ice Cream Ride after NER Meet and Greets. The ride begins in West Boylston and ends at Rota Spring Farm for ice cream.

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W MA Loop RT 57 & RT23

This is a loop in SW MA that is rural, very curvy. Especially nice colors in the Autumn. Lots of twisties.  138 Miles  by Eric5061

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Charles River

A 73-mile ramble along the full length of the Charles River. Starts in rural Hopkinton, Mass and weaves through forests, fields and suburbs, eventually bringing you Boston, and terminating at the USS Constitution, which is berthed at the mouth of the Charles in Boston Harbor. An easy and pleasant day ride.  by flanga

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Stoggy Hollow

A great brunch ride loop - starts & ends in West Boylston, MA.  You will travel on small tight twisty roads as well as some gentle sweepers and see small farms, reservoirs, lakes and villages.  Crossing into CT you will find some challenging roads.  Once you ride Rt320 & Eastford/Westford Rd in this quiet corner you will surely come back for more. Very fun!  In Woodstock A great place for lunch is the "Stoggy Hollow General Store" - sit out on the deck and enjoy the scenery or eat inside. 133 miles. 4 hrs riding time.  by OSJ  Ride Report

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Best of Western MA

 

This ride is a little over 160 miles beginning in Orange at the Dunkin/Shell station and ending at the Sugarloaf Mountain lookout in South Deerfield MA.  Which is right near interstate 91 just south of Greenfield MA. Most of this ride is on small un numbered roads, very tight technical riding, but also very fun. A peg scraper for sure if you are not on a sport bike.  It would be tough to follow this route on printed directions, much better if your gps equipped.  by OSJ   Ride Report

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Central Mass Loop

This is the Route for the 2006 and 2007 Women's Ride. The ride begins with breakfast at Sandee's in Lancaster. After some nice roads through Leominster State Forest and Rutland State Park, the route follows 122 to New Salem. Then it follows the sweepers of US 202 along the west edge of the Quabbin Reservoir. The route then turns west on route 9 and into Quabbin Park for a visit to the lookout tower and/or the Enfield Lookout. Lunch is at Snow's in Ware. After lunch, follow Routes 9 and  31 to West Boylston and then 140 and 70 along the Wachusett Reservoir. Finish on Route 62 in Hudson. 152 miles. by Easy Ed

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Connecticut & Rhode Island

 

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SE CT Ride

(Ride video) (Ride video2) This great loop was part of a group ride with no groups. It begins and ends at the Vanilla Bean Cafe. Great roads include Grassyfield Rd, Joshuatown Rd, and Hopyard Rd. Stops include Gillette Castle, the Chester-Hadlyme Ferry, and Chapman Falls in Devil's Hopyard State Park. Lunch is at Harry's Place in Colchester. Lots of twisties.  131 Miles  by Easy Ed

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RI Seashore Ride (Ride video) This ride visits the most scenic spots along the Rhode Island Seashore and then travels along Route 49 in CT and along the Scituate Reservoir. Stops include Newport, Beavertail Light, and Narragansett. Lunch is at Champlins. 140 miles. by Easy Ed

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Western Ct Ride (Ride video) This ride includes some of the best of Western Connectict and Putnam County, NY. Highlights include the Barkhamsted Reservoir, East Shore Road (Best Of New England Road), the Saville Dam (photo) (BONE View), Route 63 (BONE Road), Litchfield, Route 109 (BONE Road), Lake Waramaug (photo) (BONE Road & BONE View), Lake Candlewood, Route 301 (BONE Road), and East Mountain Road. Lunch is at the Village Restaurant or the West Street Grill in Litchfield. 5 BONE Roads, 2 BONE Views. 158 miles (approx. 5 hours without stops.) by Easy Ed

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New York

 

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Catskills & Adirondacks Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Cobleskill, NY. Hotels, restaurants, and things to do are included. These rides are used for NER Catskills trips. by Easy Ed

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Lake George & Adirondacks Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Lake George, NY. Hotels, restaurants, and things to do are included. These rides are used for NER Adirondacks trips. By Easy Ed

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Dutchess County & Catskills Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Fishkill, NY. Hotels, restaurants, and things to do are included. These rides are used for NER Dutchess & Catskills trips. By Easy Ed

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Finger Lakes & Northern PA Trip Website This website has great loop rides from Elmira/Horseheads, NY. Hotel, restaurants, and things to see are included. These rides are used for NER Finger Lakes & Northern PA trips. by Easy Ed

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Eastern Lakes Ride

(Ride Video) Ride Report: Report. This 222 mile ride is filled with great twisty roads and spectacular lake scenery. You'll ride along Lake George, Schroon Lake, and Lake Champlain. Some of the Adirondacks Best Twisty Roads are on this ride including Tracy Road (Route 6) - (video), Ensign Pond Road (Route 4) - (video),  Palisades Road - (video), Lincoln Pond Road (Route 7) (video), Hoffman Road (Route 24) (video), Route 8 (video) and Elephant Rock, Route 74, Diamond Point Road, Schroon River Road, and Route 9N (video). (approx 5 1/2 hours without stops.) While in Ticonderoga, take a short detour up Mount Defiance: report. Ride starts & ends in Lake George.

 

Lunch at Emerald's Restaurant, Hot Biscuit Diner or other Ticonderoga spots. (reviews) by Easy Ed

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Sacandaga Ride

(Ride video) Ride Report: Report. This 219 mile features a great warm-up twisty ride on Glenn Falls Mountain Road - (video) and then a very scenic and twisty ride on Route 4 - (video) along Great Sacandaga Lake. Route 30 - (video) then climbs into the heart of the Adirondacks at Indian Lake. There are some great twists on 28N and  Boreas Road (Route 2) before the ride turns south. There is an exciting run on CR 24 (Hoffman Road/Irishtown Road) - (video) and then a scenic ride along back roads to Lake George. (approx 5 hours without stops.) Ride starts & ends in Lake George.

 

Lunch at Cafe Sarah, Izzy's Market & Deli or other North Creek Restaurant (reviews). by Easy Ed

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Whiteface Mountain

Ride report: Report. This 255 mile ride follows Route 30 into the heart of the northern Adirondacks and goes past the Adirondacks tallest peaks and skirts the Olympic town of  Lake Placid. Riders will get to ride Route 18 (Forest Home Rd) & Route 431 (BONE Route) to the top of Whiteface Mountain. Things get exciting when the ride hits Hurricane Road (video) before ending with a pretty ride on Route 9 along Schroon Lake. (approx. 6 1/2 hours without stops.)

Lunch in Keene at the ADK Cafe (518-576-9111) or in Lake Placid (reviews). Ride begins & ends in Lake George. by Easy Ed       

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100 Mile Dutchess County Loop This is a gem of a ride. Some of the best twisties and sweepers with great asphalt conditions you will ride in the NE USA. Not many places to stay or eat, so there may be some gas station hot dog lunches on this ride. Not many gas stations either be sure you have a full tank to start.  101 Miles  by Eric5061

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Old Forge Lake Placid Loop With the Best Western Hotel in Old Forge, NY as your base, this is a very scenic full day's loop to Lake Placid through the central park of the Adirondacks. A wonderful rhythm develops as you lean in and out of sweepers that last all day. Be sure to take the time to stroll the central shops area of Lake Placid. Don't miss dinner in Old Forge at the Old Mill Restaurant in walking distance from the hotel. 243 Miles by Eric5061

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Old Forge Southern Adirondack Loop With the Best Western Hotel in Old Forge, NY as your base, this full day loop steers you through the best the Southern Adirondacks have to offer. Be sure not to miss Dean's Hot Dogs in Gloverville, NY. Dean's is noted on the S&T File. Don't miss dinner in Old Forge at the Old Mill Restaurant in walking distance from the hotel. 230 Miles by Eric5061

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Old Forge to Catskill NY This is a great ride connecting some great rides in the Adirondacks with rides in the Catskills. After looking at the S&T map the route can be shortened if needed. Your day will start with some very nice Adirondack sweepers and the end of the day treats you to some great Catskill sweepers. Lodging can be found in Catskill, NY or at Cobleskill, NY which can serve as an overnight anchor which aligns with some other posted rides through the Catskills. 298 Miles by Eric5061

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Saratoga, Rensselaer, & Washington

This 232 mile ride is great combination of historic sites, scenic farmland, and good riding. There is a great twisty warmup on Glenn Falls Mountain Road - (video). The route then visits the Saratoga Monument and travels past the Saratoga Battlefield. Check out the great scenery along the Tomhannock Reservoir and Crystal Lake on the way to lunch in Averill Park. Don't eat too much because right after lunch is the twisty Toborton Loop! - (ride report). After the loop, the ride follows some nice back roads to the Bennington Battle Park. From there riders cross 4 covered bridges on the way to the famous Steiningers in Salem. The route finishes with a nice ride along Cossayuna Lake and fun runs on Routes 149 and 9L (BONE Roads) to Lake George. (approx. 6 1/2 hours without stops.)

Lunch at Uncle Marty's Grill in Averill Park. by Easy Ed

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Catskills and Shawangunks

This 227 mile ride climbs the Shawangunk Ridge on both spectacular Route 52 (video) and Route 55 through Minnewaska State Park (video). This ride also includes some of the very best roads and sites in the Catskills - Rondout Reservoir, CR 47 (photo), CR 42 (photo), Route 28A (map) along the Ashokan Reservoir, Route 214 (photo), Platte Cove Road (photo), Ohayo Mountain Road (map), Woodstock, and Phoenicia. Lunch is at Brios, Sweet Sues, or another spot in Phoenicia (reviews) or at Joshua's Cafe or another spot in Woodstock (reviews). (approx 6 1/2 hours without stops.) Ride begins in Fishkill. by Easy Ed

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Catskill Loop This is a wonderful sampling of the Catskills. A combination of sweepers and some really fun twisties, especially on RT 28A along the lake at the Southern part of the Catskill Park. Hotels can be found in Catskill, NY at Exit 28 off the NY ThruWay. 148 miles by Eric5061

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Cobleskill, NY North Catskill Route With lodging in Cobleskill, NY, it makes a great anchor point for this great loop tour. Mostly a day of rolling sweepers, there are some wonderful twistie bits along CR16 out of Treadwell as well as going East on NY206 out of Downsville along the North border of the Catskill Park. 177 Miles by Eric5061

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Cobleskill, NY and South Catskill Route With lodging in Cobleskill, NY, this is a long day loop which covers the Southern Catskill Park. The ride is nicely appointed with great rural and mountain scenery, smooth sweepers and some fun twistie portions alonmg RT28A and the "Goat Trail" just North of Tannersville. 278 Miles by Eric5061

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Scenic Hudson Valley Loop Scenic run along the Hudson Valley. Serious twists on Storm King Highway (218) north of West point, on 106 in Harriman State Park, and on 6/202 just southeast of the Bear Mountain Bridge. Be sure to see the military academy at West Point and the Perkins Memorial Tower atop Bear Mountain.  128 Miles by Easy Ed

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Catskill State Park

What a great ride! Take State Road 23A (SR-23A) west past Katterskill Falls to get to the Start point near the junction of SR-23A and SR-214. SR-214 has nice sweepers through a deep mountain pass. Ride through Phoenicia and Woodstock and sample the crazy switchbacks on Ohayo Mountain Road (SR-41.) Try SR-28A which is twisty and scenic along the Ashokan Reservoir. SR-42 (Peekamoose Road/ Watson Hollow Road) has some nice twists and runs past Peekamoose Mountain through some great forest. SR-47 runs for 21 miles through the heart of the Catskills from Route 19 in Claryville, NY to Route 28 in Big Indian, NY. This road has great twists with nice elevation changes and awesome scenery. There are very few driveways or cross streets! A river runs along the road and there are 4000 foot plus mountains on both sides of the road. SR-30 is a technical twistie that runs along the south side of the Pepacton Reservoir.

Check out Brio's in Phoenicia for great burgers and good pizza. - Easy Ed

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Hudson Highlands

& Hawk's Nest

This 228 mile ride features great roads and great scenery. Great Hudson views are at the Cold Spring Pier (photo), the Storm King Highway (video) (photo), West Point, Bear Mountain Bridge Road & Lookout, and Perkins Memorial Drive (video) and Bear Mountain (photo). Route 106 through Harriman State Park (video) is one of the twistiest roads that you will ever ride. The Black Dirt Region boast New York's scenic Onion Fields and lead to twisty Route 97 (video) and the Spectacular Hawk's Nest (photo), perched on the cliff overlooking the Delaware River. You will definitely scrape pegs on the Guymard Turnpike (video) and enjoy spectacular Route 52 over the Shawangunk Ridge (video). Custom bike fans will enjoy visiting Orange County Choppers near Newburgh. Lunch at Arlene and Toms, the Erie Hotel & Restaurant or other places in Port Jervis (reviews) (approx 7 hours without stops.) Ride starts & ends in Fishkill. by Easy Ed

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Dutchess County &

Western CT

This 217 mile ride follows Route 301 (video), Gipsy Trail Road, and Beaver Bog Road to Lake Candlewood. The route then follows Quaker Hill Rd, CR20, and CR 21 over Bulls Covered Bridge into Western Connecticut. The route then follows Route 7 north along the Housatonic River to Kent and and Kent Coffee & Chocolate. The ride continues north past the West Cornwall Covered Bridge and then follows scenic Route 41 to lunch in Great Barrington, MA. After lunch, ride the twisties through Bash Bish State Park. Finally, enjoy the stunning horse farms, rolling farmland, and great roads of Dutchess County. Ride CR 83, Hunn's Lake Road, Bangall Amenia Road, CR 24, and enjoy the view from the Amenia Hairpin (photo). Lunch at Baba Louies in Great Barrington (518-576-9111) or other BG restaurants (reviews). If you are running late, try lunch at the Toymakers Cafe in Falls Village, CT. (approx. 6 1/2 hours without stops.) Ride starts & ends in Fishkill. by Easy Ed

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West Finger Lakes

This 259 mile ride follows Route 417 west. Next visit magnificent Letchworth State Park with its spectacular gorge (photo). The route continues east to Canadaigua Lake and its great scenic overlook (photo). After the overlook, the ride continues east to Route 54A and Keuka Lake. The route continues south to Hammondsport and the great Glenn Curtiss Aviation Museum and then back to Elmira/Horseheads.

 

Lunch is at the Glen Iris Inn in Letchworth State Park or the Roots Cafe or Jules' Kitchen, Southwest Diner in Naples, or in Hammondsport at the Bully Hill Vineyard Restaurant. by Easy Ed

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East Finger Lakes

This 264 mile ride begins with a short drive to Watkins Glen and a circuit on the original Watkins Glen Road Course that hosted the 1948-1952 Grand Prix. Next visit the spectacular Watkins Glen State Park and its scenic gorge (photo). The ride continues north along moody Seneca Lake to Seneca Falls thought to be the inspiration for Bedford Falls in Its a Wonderful Life. Next, turn south along Cayuga Lake to some scenic twisties at Taughannock Falls. The route follows curvy Route 327 past Robert Treman State Park and skirts Ithaca before visiting spectacular Ithaca Falls. The ride turns north to Skaneateles which is probably the prettiest Lake and town in the entire Finger Lakes Region. The ride ends by following Route 13 through Cortland back to the hotel in Elmira/Horseheads.

 

Lunch is at Parkers Grill and Tap House or the Kitchen at Hotel Clarence in Seneca Falls, Saigon Kitchen in Ithaca, or at the Sherwood Inn in Skaneateles. by Easy Ed

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Pennsylvania

 

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North Central Pennsylvania - West

This 256 mile ride passes the National Soaring Museum overlooking Elmira on the way to Leonard Harrison State Park and its Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania (photo). The ride continues on fantastic Route 144 (video) (map) which may be the top twisty road in Pennsylvania. Next is curvy Route 120 to Hyner View State Park & its scenic lookout (photo). Next is some great twists on Route 44 and Route 973. Finally the route turns north on Route 287 back toward NY and Elmira.

Lunch is takeout from the Wellsboro Diner to eat at Hyner View, or at Socky's Restaurant in Renovo, or in Jersey Shore. by Easy Ed

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North Central Pennsylvania - East

This 268 mile ride passes the National Soaring Museum overlooking Elmira on the way to Route 287. The route continues on Route 414 along Pine Creek to Wolfe's General Store in Slate Run. Next comes some great riding on Route 44, Route 973, and Route 87 to Forksville General Store beside the Forksville Covered Bridge. Route 154, is a great ride as it follows Loyalsock Creek through Loyalsock Canyon to World's End State Park and the High Knob Overlook (photo). The route finishes with some more great twists on Routes 87 and 154 before turning north on Route 14 back to NY and Elmira.

Lunch is at the Forksville General Store beside the Forksville Covered Bridge in Forksville, PA. by Easy Ed

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Highlands

This 253 mile ride visits some of the nicest roads and scenic views in the Highlands. Begin with Seven Lakes Drive and Route 106 (video) through Harriman State Park. Then enter NJ and ride through Wawaylanda State Park and High Point State Park. Climb Sunrise Mountain in Stokes State Forest and admire the views. Visit the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Swartswood State Park, Lake Hopatcong, Mahlon Dickerson Reservation, and Greenwood Lake. Lunch is at Domenick's Pizza in Newton. Ice cream is at the famous Bellvale Farm in Warwick NY. (approx. 8 hours without stops.) Ride begins in Fishkill. by Easy Ed

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Multi-state day rides

 

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NH & Maine Seashore Ride (Ride video) This ride visits the most scenic spots along the New Hampshire and Southern Maine Seashore. Stops include Nubble Light and Mount Agamenticus in Maine. Lunch is at Newicks Lobster in Dover, NH. 110 Miles. - Easy Ed

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Western Mass. & S. Vermont Ride (Ride video) This ride is on my favorite rides in the area. There are 8 BestOfNewEngland Roads and 4 BONE Views! This is a great combination of scenery and twisty roads. 2012 RIMBY route. - Easy Ed

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North Central CT Central MA Ride Mostly State numbered roads and local roads. This is a curvy route. Starts in Sturbridge, MA through N. Central CT and then north through Central MA to Orange, MA at RT 2.  176 Miles  by Eric5961

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Orange Brattleboro Shelbourne Loop Fun set of roads featuring VT 142, VT RT 9, some VT RT 100, MA RT 112 and others. This is an afternoon of nice sweepers and great rural scenery.  114 Miles  by Eric5061

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West MA and South VT If you like curves this is for you. Not much straight sections to this route. Features MA RT 2, scenic VT RT 5, VT RT 100, VT/MA RT 112, very twisty MA RT 8A. There is also a section of NY RT 22 out past Western MA.  255 Miles  by Eric5061

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Coast A 512-mile (one way) coastal ramble along smaller roads starting in Ipswich Mass and terminating in Quoddy Head Maine. Route can be shortened by removing some of the sightseeing loops along the Maine coast. The entire ride area caters to tourists, so food and lodging is never very far away.  by flanga

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Connecticut River A 411 mile journey along mostly smaller roads that hug the shores of New England's largest river. The trip starts at Long Island Sound in CT and extends to the Connecticut Lakes in northernmost New
Hampshire. Can be done in one long day or broken up as you wish. The route continues to Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, where there is abundant food and lodging; but the Connecticut Lakes region in NH also offers numerous tourist accommodations, including camping.  by flanga

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New England Perimeter A multi-day 1800 mile loop that follows the perimeter of New England as closely as possible. Extends into Canada where there are no roads in far northern Maine. You can divide the route as needed so you can start and stop each day in a town or city large enough to provide tourist amenities.  by flanga

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Saco A 132 mile riverside run along the full length of the Saco river. The Saco rises in scenic Crawford Notch, NH, and flows to meet the ocean in Saco, Me. Nice views, elevation changes, and classic NE scenery along the way. Plenty of food/lodging options. by flanga

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Pauly, a Hawks Nest and the Catskills Great ride through MA, CT and NY that has everything in it - highway sections, city driving, some very rural roads and several mountain passes that are tight & twisty. If you decide to make it a over night trip there are tons of places to stay in the Catskills.  There are some really cool stops in this ride. North from Port Jervis RT97 you'll come to the Hawk's Nest. How about lunch in the heart of the Catskills at Sweet Sue's?  See the Ride Report for info on the great roads included in this ride.  530 miles 10-12 hrs ridding time  by: oldstonejim 

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Central VT, Adirondack's Loop Cross from VT to NY at Crown Point. Follow 22 North along Lake Champlain. Routes 9N and 73 to Lake Placid. Routes 30 and 3 around the Lakes. Climb pretty Routes 86 and 431 to the top of Whiteface Mountain. Real nice ride on 9N along the Ausable River to Ausable Chasm. Take 22 south to a great ferry crossing from Essex, VT to Charlotte, NY.  246 miles. by Easy Ed

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Spikes Dogs with coffee at the Bean Southern MA, RI & Eastern CT.  170 miles, mostly numbered roads with a few small tight unnumbered town roads thrown in.  Small section of Interstate travel, less than 20 miles.   Ride around Scituate Reservoir, lunch at Spikes, and finally have desert at the Vanilla Bean. Great end of season ride when the north country is getting too cold, this part of New England generally gets less snow and cold weather. (by OSJ)

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330 mile loop ride from Riverview resort in Bethel ME This loop takes you thru some of the best northern ME, NH & VT roads. It's all numbered route so it will be easy to follow from a tank bag with a highlighted map. You will go thru Smugglers Notch, Stowe Vt (plenty of places to stop and window shop), Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Cold Hollow Cider Mill, Hope Cemetery in Barre, & the P&H Diner. Spectacular motorcycle roads like Rt100, Rt108, Rt118, Rt112, (Kancamgus Highway), Hurricane Mtn Rd, Rt113, (Evans Notch). This ride will not disappoint. Eat a big breakfast in Bethel, run the route north first and you will arrive at the P&H for a late lunch.  You will not need to stop for food again for the rest of the day!   by OSJ

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MA, VT, NY & Mt. Equinox summit

Loop ride from Orange MA at the famous Shell/Dunkin at the junction of rt2 & 202. Total miles 220 from start to finish.  Some major highways, a lot of numbered routes so it will be easy to follow with just directions or map in a tank bag.  You will travel thru VT, NY and MA on this ride, and hitting some great twisty roads this part of New England has to offer.  by OSJ    Story

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NJ, NY, CT, MA, VT Appalachian Trail Nice ride following the Appalachian Trail from NJ to VT. Highlights include 106 through Harriman Park in NY, Bear Mtn Bridge, NY 301, NY 21, CT 7, 44, 41, Bashbish, 23, 20, 8, Greylock, Taconic Pass, and Molly Stark Trail. 365 miles. by Jimboni

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Mass., RI, CT ride A great route through Mass., RI, and CT. and it is a couple of loops that could be started from either New Bedford or the Pound Hill Road Exit off route 146 in RI. lots of twisty back roads till you get into springfield area. then for a while it is Route 20 back to route 31and you hit twisty roads coming back. Have lunch at the Cracker Barrel in Sturbridge. always a good meal. by matarheel

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W. Mass, S. VT Ride along the Quabbin Reservoir and then take some nice back roads to Route 116. Ride the great twists on 116 and then Route 112 to the Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls. Ride 112 and Route 100 into Vermont and stop at the Vermont Country Store in Weston. Eat lunch at the store's Bryant House and then take some nice roads and ride through a covered bridge on your way to Brattleboro where the ride ends. 156 miles. by Easy Ed

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W. Mass, S. VT, S. NH Ride Ride 116 & 8A in Massachusetts north to Routes 100 & 9 in Vermont. Finish with Routes 12, 123A, 123, and 137 to Jaffrey, NH. by Bob H

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Multi-state/multi-day rides

 

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3 Day MA, NH, VT Ride This is a nice 3 day ride mostly in NH and VT. Motels are noted. Except for some miles Day 1 on Interstate, this is mostly State numbered and local roads. Great scenery, some twisties but mostly nice sweepers. Great two-up ride.  by: Eric5061
Day 1 = 278 Miles, Day 2 = 193 Miles, Day 3 = 222 Miles

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8 day Massachusetts to West Virginia Loop - by Eric5061

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Day 1 Wellsboro This section of the trip is simply routed to get to the good roads of PA., so it is a lot of interstate driving. The fun begins once you get to PA RT6. Kind of reminds me of Old US RT66. Sweepers through small towns with commercial areas broken up with stretches of farmland. The Canyon Motel in Wellsboro is VERY bike friendly. Let them know you are traveling by bike when you make reservations and they will have a gift bag for you. Must do the Wellsboro Diner for Breakfast. 407 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 2 Front Royal The morning begins with one of the best roads in the East PA RT144. Twisties and sweepers for 100 miles with great rural and forest scenery. PA RT220 and I-99 are simply connectors. RT220 South of I-70 and US RT50 are wonderful long sweeprs through farmland. Be on the lookout for the "Mail Pouch" barn. Nice section of riding. The Super 8 in Front Royal is only 1 mile from Skyline Drive. Food is within walking distance. 330 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 3 Princeton Ah, some great riding on this day! Travel the entire length of Skyline Drive and a nice section of the Blueridge Parkway. Riding heaven! The rest of the route all the way to Princeton, VA is sweeper perfection. Scenes of local farms and mountains in the distance are picture perfect. The Super 8 Motel in Princeton, WV is at a major interstate exit with a Super Walmart and plenty of restaurants. This is one great day of riding. 334 Miles by Eric 5061

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Day 4 Sutton This is mountain sweeper and twisties day! Don't miss the Exibition Coal Mine Tour in Berkley, WV. It makes a good midday rest stop and you get to go down into a real coal mine. The rest of the day is heaped with twisties and mountain scenery. The New River Gorge Bridge is an engineering marvel at over 800 ft. tall. The motel at Truck Stop "64" is reasonable and clean. They often have a country band playing in the evenings in the restaurant. They were a really good time after a long day of riding. The A&W Glass Cafe is a real winner for breakfast. 313 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 5 New Market Here is a day with twisties, sweepers and then twisties once again with great mountain and rural scenery. At about the 142 mile mark you travel into the back country of the Shannadoah Mountains on Smoke Hole Road. This is a well paved but narrow mountain road. It is wise to take your time on this section. Enjoy the views and watch the blind curves. The town of New Market is very quaint with some very nice eating choices. 281 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 6 Gettysburg Well it is time to start heading back North, but via the curvy route. This day features all types of roads and is a truly enjoyable set of roads. The evening is spent in historic Gettysburg, PA. Lots of history and places to site see and restaurants of all types. Any of the noted hotels are good and reasonably priced for a tourist town. Discounts can be had on the WEB. 325 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 7 Bushkill - Port Jervis This day features some nice sections of Lancaster County PA and Amish country. As well as the Delaware Water Gap. If you like Italian food especially Veal Parm don't miss eating at Petrizzo’s Restaurant on US RT209 in Bushkill as noted on the route map. They do a great job and wonderful portions. There is a HUGE Cabellas store at the intersection of PA61 and I-78. Nice rest stop and a fabulous store to visit. There are several motels along RT6 and the Shady brook Motel is a nice one. 267 Miles by Eric5061

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Day 8 Home The last day of this trip has a morning of wonderful roads including the Hawk's Nest, NY RT97 and sum of the southern Catskills and Hudson Valley. The afternoon is simply set up to get the rest of the way home. It has been a long week, but a great ride! 307 Miles by Eric5061

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Other states/providences

 

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6 Day California Coast Ride

The ride of a lifetime. An indirect ride from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Very little Interstate. Some very technical riding on Highways 1, 33, Santa Rosa Creek, Nacimiento-Fergusson, and others. The roads and scenery are unbelievable. The Route was painstakingly researched. Bring plenty of water for day 2 since you'll be far from civilization :)  by Easy Ed  Ride Report

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NJ Road Delaware Water Gap Jersey Side

Anyone who has traveled thru the Delaware Water Gap has no doubt been on RT 209 on the Pennsylvania side of the river. On the Joisey side there is an outstanding ride. Very little traffic and plenty of scenic views, with a some twisty sections that has something for all riders. The entrance to this road on the west side is a one lane road and has a stop light that is on a 5 minute delay to control the traffic flow entering or leaving the road. This will get you to and from the same places that 209 goes, just a bit more unique.  by NomadWillie

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U.S. - Canada Rides

 
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Quebec City & Northern Maine Trip Website

This website has great rides from New Hampshire to Quebec City and back. There is also a really nice ride along Quebec's Charlevoix Coast. Hotels, restaurants, and things to do are included. These rides are used for NER Quebec & Northern Maine trips. by Easy Ed

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US to Quebec

Nice Rides from US to Quebec City.    by enfo1

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NH to Gaspe 5 day NH-Quebec-Gaspe Ride.    by dmotty

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NH to Quebec City 2 day NH-Maine-Quebec City Ride.    by dmotty

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10,000 Miles Around North America A long, looping route across the full width of North America and back again, spanning over 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) and taking as much as 6 weeks. by flanga

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