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Vermont: Green Hills, The Gaps, Northeast Kingdom, the Lake Champlain Area; New Hampshire: Western Region, Seacoast Region, Winnipesaukee Region, White Mountains, Coos County Region; Massachusetts: Northern Berkshires, Southern Berkshires, Central Region; Connecticut: Litchfield Hills, Eastern Connecticut; Rhode Island: Luster of a Gilded Age; Maine: The Beach, Mid-Coast, Blue Hill & Deer Isle, Mt Desert Island & Bar Harbor, Downeast, the Maine Forests, Rangeley Lakes Area.
Ken Aiken is a well-known U.S. motojournalist, photographer, and cartographer who has travelled extensively in eastern Canada. He now divides his time between Montreal and Vermont.
"You remember that old television commercial, Don't leave home without it. Well, if you're heading to New England, this is the book you should make sure you do the same with. There are maps for the various routes with turn by turn directions but the real value of the book comes from the insider information that Ken provides. Each ride is dissected and examined to give you the historical background of the area you're riding through as well as tips on how to avoid the traffic congestion and where you'll find great photo ops." - Go For a Ride Magazine "I got back from a ten-day trip to New England and found a copy of Ken Aiken's book in the mail. Dang! I wish I had brought it with me. . . . Ken is a good writer, and the 350 pages are a pleasure to read. And the pictures are a delight. I do recommend having it in your tankbag should you ever go to New England. And if you haven't ever planned on going Down East, and you read this book, you might change your mind." - RiderMagazine.com "You remember that old televisioncommercial, Don t leave home without it. Well, ifyou re heading to New England, this is the bookyou should make sure you do the same with. Thereare maps for the various routes with turn by turndirections but the real value of the book comes fromthe insider information that Ken provides. Each rideis dissected and examined to give you the historicalbackground of the area you re riding through as wellas tips on how to avoid the traffic congestion andwhere you ll find great photo ops." - Go For a Ride Magazine"