Vermont Motorcycle Roads

VT-12 runs from Hartland north to Morrisville and is a typical Vermont country road with a mixture of sweepers, straights and curves through a combination of woods and open farm....  read article
Fourteen runs from South Royalton to Coventry and can be combined with VT-12 and VT-110 to create mid-state loops that offer variety, twisty bits and low traffic counts. You can also ride the northern section from US-2 in East Montpelier to the VT-100 inters...  read article
VT-110 running from South Royalton north to Barre is the most intriguing of the three alternatives to VT-100. One-ten has a feel that is more remote, more twisty and more country than the other two alternatives -- if that’s possible. There are also two side ...  read article
This route is a direct shot from Burlington VT to Lake George and puts Americade just over two hours from Burlington. Riders coming from other parts of Vermont can intersect this route and follow it to the Americade party....  read article
Are you thinking about hitting Bike Week this year? Here is a quick dash route that skips the highway, but is still suitable for a down and back the same day -- if you like to ride, that is ......  read article
If you're looking for a northern ride with beautiful scenery, views and points of interest, take this cruise. Both route VT-242 and VT-118 have flowing sections. The town of Jay and the Jay Peak Ski Resort provide mid-ride points of interest....  read article
Normally, I would not recommend riding up VT-100 towards Stowe or through Smuggler's Notch unless your idea of great ride is wallowing behind a motor home at 35 mph. Last night, however, I found an enjoyable way to make the ride around Mount Mansfield: do it just before dusk when traffic is ...  read article
If you're South of Killington, heading North on VT-100 and headed for US-4, consider detouring onto VT-100a to cut-off the corner. VT-100a a is nice rolling, twisty road that links VT-100 and US-4 at Bridgewater corners.This sleepy road is uncluttered and has little traffic and suits cruisin...  read article
This ride features sweepers, new pavement (2007) and a nice destination -- Lake Willoughby. Lake Willoughby is one of deepest lakes in Vermont at 300' and has a nice public beach with a bath house for changing....  read article
This ride is mostly country roads, with rolling hills and sweepers that features some great views of the western slopes of Mount Mansfield. If you are riding early in the morning, Pleasant Valley Road can present some sporty sections. ...  read article
This quick loop takes you through the little traveled towns of Fairfield and Bakersfield VT. The ride features mostly sweeping turns linked together with short straights. ...  read article
If you're riding down VT-17 in the Addison-Weybridge area and you see VT-23, take it! This is a relatively short road that links together VT-17 and VT-125, but packs in plenty of fun. Nice sweeping turns, rolling hills and great views. Did I mention very little traffic?...  read article
VT-116 between Hinesburg and Bristol is locally known as "Interstate 116" for it's long straight stretches. This is great if you just want to kick back and cruise fast. But, if you're into something a bit more varied, try Tyler Bridge Rd....  read article
VT-14 and VT-110 are a classic Vermont country-road, sweeper-rides that features nice views, low traffic and a few twisty sections. Both roads have small villages or towns about every 10 miles, with rural Vermont in between. ...  read article
This route takes you south out of Bristol on VT-17 and loops back on VT-125 just east of the Champlain Bridge to NY. Follow VT-17 south from Bristol on on rolling country roads. The road has a nice view of the Adirondacks and some very fun sweepers....  read article
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