Solo Motorcycle Trip Across New York

Two years ago I complete a 900-mile solo motorcycle trip across New York state. I started in my summer-home from that year: Chautauqua, New York, and worked my way past the Finger Lakes, through the Adirondacks, and back to my dad’s house in Rhode Island. I strapped my camping gear to the back of my Motor-Bike, named Zou-Ba, and together, along with my trusty travel companion, a small bat stuffed-animal, I hit the road solo. I stopped in Ithaca and saw the gorges. I met Charlie, the dog, at one of my meal breaks in a small-town-that-I-don’t-remember-the-name-of in the middle of the adirondack mountains. And I went on a few strolls in and around New Paltz. I found some pretty cool road-side art along the way, too! Overall, a super fun journey. I no longer have my dearest bike-bike, but I can’t wait to do another trip like this again!
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