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routes in NH?

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    can anyone suggest to me some good routes in NH to hit?

    you can PM me if you dont want to post em here. ill keep em quite.

    i have been hitting many of the same routes for years... (seacoast, lakes, kank.) im BORED and looking for something new this weekend... maybe western or northwestern NH but am open to any suggestions. id just like to hit some twisties and with maybe some new scenary. ive never really been out that way.

    basically looking for a nice day loop.

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    routes in NH?

    well you've done 112, but off of 112 is 118. Its pretty good too.

    But VT definitely has better roads.

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    Originally posted by LiononaLeash
    well you've done 112, but off of 112 is 118. Its pretty good too.

    But VT definitely has better roads.

    Last weekend coming back from 89 I saw some roads I want to explore. Off of exit 5 off route 89. anyone know any of these roads?

    Looked like twistie galore just on the openings of thse roads.

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    routes in NH?

    Hooligan where the fuck have you been?

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    routes in NH?

    ive been around. mostly tied up with my GF. its tuff to do much riding for me right now.

    believe me, i was kicking myself for missing the VT ride.

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    Originally posted by NinjaSwan
    Last weekend coming back from 89 I saw some roads I want to explore. Off of exit 5 off route 89. anyone know any of these roads?

    Looked like twistie galore just on the openings of thse roads.
    there are some sweet roads in that area, especially if you don't mind gravel roads, the floating bridge is on Rt 65,


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    routes in NH?

    Here is a route that some friends and I have ran a few times. Start in Lincoln on 112 to N. Conway, 16 north to Errol, then 26 north to Colebrook, then 145 north to Pittsburg, then route 3 south to 93 south back to 112 in Lincoln. It's something like 300 miles all the way around. North of Gorham it's lawless, ride hard, "decent" roads. On route 3 south you'll be minutes from the Canadien border. Northumberland/Lancaster (Route 3 south) area watch for heavy patrols, you ride right past a police station with some pretty bored patrolmen with a hard-on for sportbike riders. Oh yea, and watch for moose! Last time we had two encounters in one day.

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    routes in NH?

    South western NH has some cool roads.

    This a whacked loop , but will make an interesting day ride. I havent been out on some of these roads since last year , some may still have damage from rain/flood.
    I used to hit these alot when I lived out in Wilton Nh

    From Concord...
    Rt 13 to 77
    to Rt 149 into Hillsboro
    Rt 9 west to 123 (take right heading to Stoddard)
    123 to Rt10 north.
    rt 10 to 123A ( go past the big city of Marlow)
    Left on 123A ( usually a rollercoaster ride, but might have damage from the rains/flooding)
    123A to 12A west
    12A to 12 South
    Can stop in Fellows Balls Vt for lunch
    12 South to 123 East
    stay on 123 all the way to Hancock NH
    take 137 south to rt 101
    slab it on 101 East to Milford (20 minutes or so)
    Take rt 13 north back to Concord

    Other cool roads out there are 136 , 47 & parts of 31 if you can work em in

    cheers

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    routes in NH?

    normally I would open your eyes to many Northern NH roads, however the roads listed above for Errol, Colebrook, Pittsburgh, etc are all UNDER CONSTRUCTION and wiped with sand and gravel...


    do yourself a favour and head up to the Northeast Kingdom in VT

    you want a nice ALL DAY ride? this is the MAP for you



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    A note on the mapped ride above. If you want to avoid the RV, leaf peeping, harley riding, I drive 32MPH all day croud on the section of Rt 4 in Vt toward woodstock VT and Rt 100 N, try this.

    From White River Jct head north on VT 14 to W. Hartford. Bang a left over the bridge, there will be signs for Quechee and Pomfret. Take and immediate Right at the end of the bridge. This is a great local road, follow it to the end 10-15miles(stop sign). Bear left toward woodstock, (in and around woodstock is heavily patrolled). Next stop is VT Rt 12. OR I would recomend Go Left (south) to pick up Rt 4 in woodstock. OR I would recomend Go right (north) and take 12 into Bethel.

    This is on the map but tough to find. Stay on 12 thru Bethel, and look for Camp Brook Rd on the left, take it. Another great local road. Enjoy it but be warned Troopers use it as a short cut from the Bethel Barracks. Make sure to stop near the top and look behind you, great view of NH mountains. On the down hill side you will come to a stop sign in the middle of no where, go left down the hill, this will drop you in Rochester VT on Rt 100. This Bethel to Rochester route is commonly refered to as Bethel Mountain Rd. 10-15 miles

    Enjoy.

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    routes in NH?

    And if you in Bethel...
    Just a bit south on VT 14 you'll see Vt 110 North, this is a great, very often overlooked rd, from Royalton, to Tunbridge, Chelsea, up to Graniteville, Barre.

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