Any good windy mountainy roads in New England
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    Any good windy mountainy roads in New England

    Particularly looking for CT, Vermont, New Hampshire, and maybe even Massachusetts if I can stand to stay there (no offense massies, just kidding.)
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    Definitely looks pretty windy here.

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    It looks windy AND windy.
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    I mostly sit in traffic with my car in the Boston area.

    There are some fun roads the more out west you go. Back then, some ep3 hatch guys got together, and planned some nice routes out in Western MA. Can't say I recall the routes, but I'm sure looking at some terrain maps might help.

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    Bear Notch road, Hurricane Mountain road, Kancamangus (112), all in NH. Awesome mountain roads. Breathtaking pull offs on all roads.

    In Maine, all the back routes are pretty fun and twisty...but pothole laden.

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    My wife and I are going up to Newbury NH in June. Any of those in that area?
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    These are in the mountains. More northern NH.

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    Whatever road Mad River Glenn is on in VT is absolutely incredible. About 4 years ago a friend and I road the motorcycles up to Burlington and went West->East over the mountain. It was by far one of the best roads I've been on. It was surprisingly well maintained too if I remember correctly.

    The surrounding roads were also top-notch.

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