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New England Tour 2010

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 1996 miles / 3212.3 km
  • Ride Time: Longer than a week
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $151.70
  • States Visited: Virgina, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania
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This route was primarily done to take in Route 100, Vermont and the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire. We are from England and wanted to see as much of New England as we could in 2 weeks without busting our chops.Touring on a Buell Ulysses, which isn't the most comfortable, we took all our own camping equipment and made use of KOA and National Park campgrounds to keep the costs down. Route 213 north of Annapolis, Maryland was great. A fast, open road with long sweeping bends, it made a welcome change from the 313. In Pennsylvania and New York State, Route 209 from Stroudsburg past Port Jervis to Kingston was a fantastic road, once again fast and open with some great views.Once in Vermont, Route 100 put a smile on my face that is still there today. The beautiful scenery, sweeping bends and endless forest was like nothing else on this Earth and the people were the friendliest I’ve met in America (and they had some stiff competition from the rest of New England). The road surface is a little ropey in places, so it took a bit of concentration but a great road none the less. Quechee Gorge, Ben and Jerry’s factory tour and the numerous covered bridges are a must see.We had a quick blast up to the Canadian border, didn't see any Moose but the roads were empty, which made for an enjoyable 'fast' ride. New Hampshire Route 112 through the White Mountain National Forest was another delight. We didn’t make Mount Washington Auto Route due to bad weather but Clark’s Trading Post was an eye opener (didn’t know we still allowed dancing bear shows)!After Portland, and a boat trip to see the famous Light House, we decided to jump on the interstate to make up some time. Next milestone was Plymouth to see the Mayflower (II) and then we cut across Connecticut to Newburgh to visit Orange County Choppers. After that we stuck pretty much to the coast to bring us home to Virginia Beach.Beautiful countryside, wonderful people and some great roads, we will definitely be heading back to New England.

This is a motorcycle ride in the states Virgina, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania. This motorcycle route has 10 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by vivavirginia in August. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by vivavirginia

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