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XVTMBR scouting: Montpelier to Granville

May 11, 2010

Last year Dave Tremblay and I began pondering a long mountain bike route in Vermont, the XVTMBR.  Winter has a way of halting route scouting around here, but Dave got back to it recently with an exploration in his neck of the woods. Today’s fair weather ride led from Jones Brook Road, Herring Brook Road, Devil’s Washbowl, and yonder southwards to Raynor Road, somewhere in Roxbury or Granville. Its a classic Vermont road that starts off as a quiet but entirely ordinary dirt road with a solitary house every mile or so.  It gradually turns Class 4, and goes downhill from there.  Not from from its southern end on VT Rt 12A, its little more than a streambed.  Then a nice roll back home on the pavement.

When we’ve commuted around to scope out the whole state, this route is going to be awesome!

Not exactly the regular friendly Vermont farm sign. At least the artwork is funky.

Raynor Road, Granville...or maybe Roxbury

Raynor Road...not a road for my Corolla!

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