Motorcycling in Vermont during the fall. @motovermont



Viewing Vermont's stunning scenery from the seat of a motorcycle is an experience not easily beat. Vermont's roadways offer a variety of riding experiences. Adventure riders can play on Vermont’s 8,000 miles of dirt roads. Sport riders enjoy twisty bits like Route 232 through Groton State Forest and the 53 turns in seven miles found on Route 17 — the Appalachian Gap. Cruisers and touring riders can relax on roads like Vermont Route 30, rolling from Poultney to Middlebury or on the miles of Vermont’s Scenic Byways.

If motorcycle events fuel your passion, be sure to check out the Wilkins Harley Davidson Bike Show, Crossroads Motorcycle Rally and the Iron Adventure Run in the Okemo Valley.

Rentals are available at Moto Vermont, Green Mountain Harley Davidson, and Wilkins Harley Davidson.

To learn more about what Vermont offers motorcyclists, check out Motorcycle-Vermont.com, an online publication with event information, road advice and articles about Vermont’s motorcycle culture.

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