My girlfriend and I decided to take a trip to Newport, Rhode Island from home base in Sayville, NY. We rode out to Orient point and took the ferry across the sound to New London, CT. I didn't want to be on major highways at all, but we were forced to ride on 95 for a few miles. We took US 1 and 1A all the way there. On the ferry they parked me with a few other motorcycles. We did the typical tours of the mansions, and we also visited the Jamestown, which is between Newport and the mainland. There was a cool lighthouse there, and also a park called Fort Wetherill that had a large old structure that looked like it used to be a military bunker, but it is covered in graffiti now. But just behind the structure is cliffs with great views of the ocean. While in Newport we paid to park in a lot which was pretty good walking distance from where we wanted to eat dinner, and when we made the long walk we found free parking dedicated for motorcycles: On the way home we stopped at Narragansett for lunch. The tunnel was apparently used for weddings and catering events. You can just make out the front wheel of the bike to the left of the woman in red. Me getting ready to ride: I couldn't go the whole trip without going offroad, so I took the bike out on the beach. There was also a great cemetery off of 1A called River Bend Cemetery, which offered great views of CT and the ocean. The entire trip was slightly over 400 miles and had absolutely zero problems. I wish the leaves were changing a bit more, but it was a good weekend weather-wise so I figured it was a good time.