I just realized I need to share this file with everybody. Most of them are in Indiana but there are lots more. When traveling around I always load this file in my GPS and even tho my route may not have covered bridges in mind specifically, it's nice to go off route and check one out if I get close to it. Or better yet you could make a month long ride out of just visiting them all. You can be guaranteed that almost all of them are on a lonely one lane gravel road with great scenery. Be advised it's possible a few may be gone---as it seems about once each year someone will burn one down. You could tie all these together in one big ride or several small rides and finding you way between them will be fun and reward you with more great backroads and scenery. Although something like a KLR would be fine, all could be found with a big 1150GS riding 2-up. There is no mud to any of them. I have been to all of them (probably on my 1150)--most are out in the middle of nowhere and will sneak up on you. The waypoints on this file have a code to them----waypoints beggining in CB is a "covered bridge"------CBC means a covered bridge "closed", meaning you can't ride across it-------CBO means covered bridge "open", meaning you can ride across it---------CBP, means a covered bridge on private land. The open and closed aspect of these is subject to change as these bridges get older and older. I spent a couple years putting all this together---enjoy !!!!! I do believe that the states I have shown covered bridges in---are all the bridges in that state.