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Goint to leave Wyoming this July and Ride to Little Chute Wi. to have the bike dyno tuned at fuel Moto. After that I could use some ride suggestions from Wisconson.
I was thinking about going north into Canada, then east to Nova Scotia. Hitting the Cabot Trail and just riding the island. Then going south into Maine and maybe Mass and NY state then everything back to Wyoming.. I will take 3 weeks for the trip, but it is a long way from Wy no matter how you do it, but I would like to ride the the most scenic, challenging, and fun roads when I am in the area.
Any suggestions on where to go or where to stay away from would be appreciated. Suggestions on Lobster restaurants and motels would help also. Thanks
 

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If you're into adventurous riding, Boston is a must see. The ride out to Provincetown is pretty scenic with lots of seafood restaurants.
 

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The ride thru Nova Scotia is a 2day ride . Cabot Trail is fantastic. Down thru Maine, Bar Harbor National Park is a must. New Hampshire has the Mt Washington auto road (adventurous). Vermont rt 100 into New York (Lake George to Lake Placid). To Madmack's comment Boston is adventurous (more like suicidal on an Ultra). Get near it and take the train in. lol Keep us posted, maybe we can meet up.
 

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Western NY is awesome riding. North central and western PA.

Western NY is boring to ride through, but the Adirondacks, up around Lake Placid and the surrounding area is great, as well as the Lake George area.. The Finger Lakes area is also quite nice, southerntier and along PA is great riding.
 

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Not going to western ny anymore....

Haha. Yes you will.

It's just flat, and no curves. But not nearly as bad as IL, IN, Western OH.
 

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Haha. Yes you will.

It's just flat, and no curves. But not nearly as bad as IL, IN, Western OH.
Guess I can eliminate some places to see (IL, IN, and western OH). Was probably just going to pass thru those areas anyway on the mission home.

Forgot to mention that I will be going solo for the first week. I am looking forward to that. Will be meeting the wife back east somewhere, she will be flying there. Location To Be Determined.
 

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They are brutally boring to ride through. Very flat, and very straight.
 
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