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Welcome to the New England Region

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Successor to the Professor:
Welcome to a discussion area for Adventure Cycling members and non members to meet, organize rides, and discuss cycling issues relevant to their region.  Please keep posts in this section pertaining to the New England states (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ).

Hi everyone!
     I just volunteered to help with the USBRS.  I live in Princeton.  In the 1980's I sold a set of strip maps called Bicycling Through New Jersey.  I was in charge of routes for GEAR UP 1985 from The College of NJ.  I was in charge of routes for the Princeton Event for the 1st 10 years, 1981-1991.  I have been a SAG at the Farmlands Flat Century and The Hillier Than Thou Century.
     I would like to work with people on any issues regarding routing on or near the East Coast.  Oh yes, I have tour books galore for NJ and bordering states.  I know that I can be an asset to the organization.  I hope to hear from some of you soon.
     Happy tail winds.
     Dan Rappoport

Guys anybody from NYC?

Hi, Successor...:
I'm in western Mass (the "frontier" from my friends in Boston), a short throw from the Quabbin (Boston's water supply). Some fine riding roads here, especially if you like hills. Today I'm headed out for my first spring ride in the Quabbin; the temperature is supposed to reach a balmy 50 F. Spring is here!

In Northern NJ myself, I have ridden the Farmland Flats for a couple of years, nice early season flat ride by my parents.  Looking into doing some more touring this year, haven't been touring in a bit, just the usual bike commute and informal rides with friends. 



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