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MAD Maps - Get Outta Town - Boston, MA
Great for Fall Foliage Rides! This route showcases the quaint villages, abundant forests and placid lakes that typify this bucolic region of southern Massachusetts. This loop makes a brief foray into the woods of northern Connecticut before venturing back into 'Mass.'
 
 
MAD Maps - Get Outta Town - San Francisco, CA
This is the first route MAD Maps Founder Jenny Lefferts ever did, as it leaves a few blocks from her house! We'll take you into the Santa Cruz Mountains. Wind around Devil's Slide, through the cozy town of Pacifica and past the surfing Mecca of Half Moon Bay, where the world-famous "Mavericks" contest is held. Head inland through rolling hills and farmland, then up to the mountain peaks, where you'll find a motorcyclist's dream highway skimming along the top.
 
 
MAD Maps - Rally Run - Daytona Beach, FL
Forget about the usual run to Ponce de Leon Lighthouse. Put some miles on that bike! After enough time on the beach we sometimes need to get the sand out of our shorts. When you're looking for a change of scenery, head toward the Ocala National Forest and enjoy a stunning ride through some of Florida's most pristine woodlands.
 
 
MAD Maps - Get Outta Town - Austin, Texas
Ranch Road 3238, commonly called Hamilton Pool Road, starts out with a series of switchbacks on some great Hill Country motorcycle roads along the Pedernales River. Willow City Loop is a popular road with locals: this is a 13-mile loop around a huge canyon which is all private property except for the road itself. There are plenty of photo ops here. Enchanted Rock is especially interesting: you can see it looming in the distance for miles and miles.
 
 
Rider Safety Course Experience
The rider safety course I enrolled in had a female and a male instructor; this helped ease my nerves. I was sure the female rider would sympathize with my timid approach to street bikes. The course was held over two weekends, and would equate to 15 hours of instruction time. There was a classroom section and a hands on riding section. At the end of the course I would be tested on my knowledge and riding ability.
 
 
 
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