Here's a nice Dual Sport Track. It starts in Frederick MD and heads North. You will drive through 3 wooden covered bridges (Thanks to Chisenhallw for the idea!) Then the track will head south bound covering 3 farms that churn their own ice cream. What a delight! If you do it during 2014, you should download and bring your Ice Cream Passport. Ensure you check the working hours (some are closed on Mondays). (Thanks to Lakota for the idea!) Info on Ice Creamery Here: http://marylandsbest.net/marylands-best-ice-cream-trail/ The Track: It is winding country roads. There is dirt (country road type), there is one water crossing. It has quite a lot tree coverage, so lends itself to nicely to a cool summer ride. I did it on a F650 with street tires. We had a K1600 which did all but the water crossing. I fully intend to make a track to hit the other cluster of Ice Creameries. We learned there are 5 more covered bridges. So, we'll either align the track with those (if we can find them) or maybe with some lighthouses. In that case, it will be called "Lighted Cream" Utica Mills Probably the nicest structural design of the three bridges: Not a covered bridge, but a fun one no less Loys Station This Bridge was the nicest of the three. Lakota and Molly A nice spot for lunch and dip your feet in the crystal clear stream Roddy Road How is the water so clear up here, and such a muck fest by the time it gets to the Potomac? All Lakota wanted to know is when are we getting to the creamery! Misty was by far the nicest of the 3 locations. Goats! Kidds Ice Cream in a few years The cuter the pony, the more evil they are. This one is probably one of the cutest I've seen. This one is even sneering at me! Nice babbling brooke on the track South Mountain is one is closest to a working farm. We showed up during milking hour. Most automated process Rocky Point Lisa wanted to buy this! These wild flowers were in full bloom and everywhere today! Sunflowers..