Littleton, New Hampshire to Camden, Maine

(with featured side trip to Bar Harbor)

Via: Mount Washington, Kancamagus Highway, Fryeburg, Norway, Augusta, Rockland

Ride Highlights: Exhilarating New Hampshire mountain roads and state parks paired with Maine wilderness and coastline and a visit to majestic Acadia National Park.

Ride Overview: From the mountains to the oceans white with foam... A ride across New Hampshire's White Mountains to the coast of Maine is relatively short, but with distinct changes in landscape and cultures to create a perfect balance of mountain riding, coastal runs, and an opportunity to head out to sea.


Lenox, Massachusetts to Stowe, Vermont

Via: Williamstown, Arlington, Manchester Village, Plymouth Notch, Woodstock, Rochester, and Waitsfield.

Ride Highlights: A sometimes casual, often challenging ride on some of America's greatest roads. Twists, turns and riverside runs through the cultural capital of western Massachusetts and past the homes of fiercely independent residents of the Green Mountain state.

Ride Overview: A dense concentration of states and plentiful rivers, hillocks, and mountains compress a nation's worth of ideal motorcycling roads into a relatively small area. Of course, it's not just the roads that make this trip one of the best in America. It's the fact that this run meets the benchmarks for a perfect run: culture, history and scenery.

Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow to Saratoga Springs

Via: Nyack, Bear Mountain State Park, Hyde Park, Staatsburg, Rhinebeck, Taconic State Parkway

Ride Highlights: A casual tour through the endless mountains, canopied roads and historic villages showcasing the rich natural beauty of the Hudson River Valley.

Ride Overview: Just north of NYC are the neighboring communities of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, a perfect base to begin a tour of the Hudson River Valley. Their European flavor will lead you to believe you took a wrong turn in Bavaria; however the wealth of European architectural styles only masks the fact that this is America that began more than 150 years before the nation existed. The following 180 miles introduce you to a world of literature, art, history, and cuisine and acquaint you with great river roads, hills, scenic vistas, pubs, diners, and lead you to the entrance of the outstanding Adirondacks.



“…Scan the horizon to your right, and the valley looks like a Dalí painting as it melts into low hills a mile away. In fall, the view will prepare you for upcoming scenes of old men in overalls selling pumpkins by the roadside, cornstalks stacked like teepees, and dogs sleeping on the porches of cozy homes...”

Berkshires-Central Vermont Run

Massachusetts-Vermont Tour