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This is a good post and should be kept alive!!! I live in Haymarket, VA...30 min south of D.C.


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I live in Becket, MA and I work in Westfield, MA about a 25 mile trip one way. it is a nice ride on rt 20.

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Just across the Ct/NY line near Sharon and Lakeville Ct.

I thought I lived in the middle of Nowhere? Could there be 2 Nowheres? hmmm

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Schaghticoke, NY. half hour north of albany and half hour west of vermont via Route 67 or 7.
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Just East of Rochester, NY. 4 hours from the Adirondacks.


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Townsend Mass. Righ off of rt.13 about 4 miles from the NH border. Hear the bikes going by on their way to Laconia every June.


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Checking in from Monroe, Connecticut. I"m about halfway between Danbury and Bridgeport CT.
I just LOVE riding around Litchfield County, just north of here.
Southwestern Mass, too, around the Route 7 corridor.

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This is so cool! I haven't been to this forum in a while and was shocked to see a New England section!

I'm from East Haven CT....just east of New Haven!

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Any of you have lunch at Curtis' in Putney? Pretty good BBQ and the ride up Rt 5 is nice.
Yeah that's an interesting place. I also like Top of the Hill Grill in Brattleboro, VT

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Just East of Rochester, NY. 4 hours from the Adirondacks.
I went to college in Rochester, NY the winters were miserable and the landscape too flat for good local rides. I am glad to be back east. I did have some nice long rides from coastal NH out to Rochester though.

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Used to live in Thompson CT, right on the northeast corner of the state but I moved from there to Dayville and finally Griswold, right in the middle of the border with RI.

I work in Waterford right on the coast. Groton is a stone's throw away. I ride most of the eastern part of the state and the states of RI and MA, but I've been as far south as Charlotte NC (twice) and as far north as Mount Washington in NH (once).

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