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Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by rob23, Jul 12, 2007.
Thanks guys. I’m not gonna log in more seat time in that crap and I know it’ll become more fun.
I live up in north jersey.
It seems that the majority of the northern TNJT is paved road.
Have any of you guys done the northern portion? Are there any cool off road sections up here?! Haha
To be fair, it's all "on road", some of it is just unpaved. There is gravel in the north, sand in the south.
wow.. this thread is still alive and well.... I'm back in the market for a big bike...if anyone knows of anyone selling a nice 950 or 990...
I think I saw a 990 on Facebook marketplace and New Jersey craigslist Going for a really good price
I went back pretty far in this thread but couldn't find a clean GPX file of the TNJT. Can anyone help me with that?
I'm selling a 990
Thank you! What percentage of this route is dirt and pavement?
Same here sad
Just found this thread and cant seem to get the google maps overlay to work. Anybody have this map?
Anyone home over here? I'm looking for a tnjt GPX file for goolge maps or gaia...see it posted via google with broken links or behind some fishy looking "give us your data" wall
Thanks in advance!
There's an active, well maintained TNJT route but it doesn't follow the exact route that was initially posted here. My friend replicated the route, as close as he could to the original but made it bike & 4x4 friendly. That being said, it does not include the hero sections. It is however driven/ridden 2X's per year & altered due to road closures, "posted areas", etc.
If you're interested in this route, shoot me a PM
Enjoy! I'd love to do this route as well. Let me know if you are open to another rider joining you.
@onthetrail You're map doesn't show the final leg to Cape May Lighthouse.
Gonna attempt to ride the southern portion, Six Flags to Cape May, this Friday, tomorrow.
Now that the forests are open, you shouldn't have a problem. It's a good time to go for it since there won't be alot of shore traffic after you clear Belleplain SF
I am going to try doing the North part in the coming weeks: entering at High Point and leaving at East Windsor. I have a R1150GS and no experience of sand / tough roads.
I am a slow risk averse rider
Any advice? Any tough sections to avoid?
Weather should be great, I hope it goes smoothly
Northern half is easy peasy
Just leave out the hero sections
thanks, how do I identify Hero Sections?