Legal Disclaimer: as BMWLKR has indicated, some portions of the current route are gray or even illegal on motorcycle. Most are not. I've made an effort to avoid those that are. I've ridden to and stopped at plenty of gates. I'm certain my routes through Vermont and New Hampshire are solid and rideable. They also go through some very interesting country. Nice views. Ponds. Sunsets. I've been on the Lincoln Pond Road and the Tim Pond road many times. Both are quite frankly boring as Hell, even when hugely washed out. Many of Maine's "resource roads" tend this way. These roads were cut with one purpose: to bring timber to the mills. Aesthetics were far down the list. Trees, trees, gravel pit, patch of "rough", washout, you get the picture. An occasional camp breaks the monotony. Maine has some utterly spectacular scenery, and much of it is paved. The brief for this post was to find a way on gravel.