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The Northeast USA is home to some of the most incredible cycling destinations in the world. From the bucolic rolling farmlands of Hunterdon County in Western New Jersey, to the endless gravel roads of the Catskills in Upstate New York, and the majestic Green Mountains of Vermont, the Northeast and New England can satisfy the hunger of any adventure-bound cyclist. We've spent years exploring the region and are thrilled to share our findings with our community. Download our free cycling routes, venture off the beaten path, and enjoy the cycling beauty the Northeast USA has to offer.


This 250-mile bikepacking route tackles the relentless gravel climbs of the Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont. The route departs from Londonderry, VT and travels Northeast before traversing 3 of the mighty Vermont Gaps: Warren, Lincoln and Brandon. Riders will camp in both remote locations, and at established campgrounds within the Green Mountain National Forest. Our route is merely a guide, and should be considered a blueprint for your adventure. Riders assume and understand the risk of cycling in these challenging locations.

Download the route below.

Difficulty level: 5 out of 5


Just two hours North of New York City lies 700,000 acres of natural beauty known as the Catskills. The Natural Preserve is home to some of the most challenging cycling climbs in New York State including Devil's Kitchen and Glade Hill. The route covers 240+ miles over two days and departs just South of Poughkeepsie, NY. Riders will traverse through the Northern portion of Catskills and tackle Devil's Kitchen, a 2-mile climb with an average gradient of 12%, with multiple sections well over 20%. The route is mostly paved aside from a few gravel sections.

Download the route below.

Difficulty level: 5 out of 5

How To Use Our Gravel Routes

Our curated selection of cycling routes are available for download in GPX and TCX formats for use in Garmin and Wahoo devices.

Simply use the Wahoo Elemnt companion app or the Garmin app to load the route to your phone.

To navigate using your iPhone, we recommend downloading the Ride With GPS app.

Riders assume and understand the inherent risks cycling when undertaking these challenges.

Enjoy the ride!

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