Northern Vermont offers some of the best motorcycling in New England. There are many routes for every type of rider – scenic country road cruising, twisty curvy roads, or touring small towns with rural character.
Adventurous motorcyclists can ride on over 8000 miles of dirt roads. And sport riders can hit the twisty route 232 through Groton State Park Forest and the 53 turns in seven miles along Route 17 (the Appalachian Gap). Cruisers can ride through Cabot into Waterbury, stopping at the Prohibition Pig for craft brew. Motorcycle routes in Vermont are virtually endless.
Here are few good resources to help you plan your next motorcycle trip through Vermont:
- Ride the Northeast Kingdom Byway – 51 miles of pure Vermont, with interesting towns and stops along the way.