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580 km (360 miles) roadScenic vistasCliff and ocean-side ridingBig sweeping turns and tight hairpinsStretches of fresh paveMinimal traffic
The Cabot Trail weaves among four different bodies of water, including the Atlantic, making for incredibly scenic riding. Be very cautious of wildlife and holding your line. Some turns have gravely inside corners, but are otherwise beautiful.
There are minimal gas stations along this route, some of which run out of gas, so pack an auxiliary tank. A proper motorcycle inspection is necessary for safe driving.
Locals are friendly to motorcyclists and are willing to help tourists, but be mindful of the subtle but existent cultural differences in the area.
- Extra gasoline
- Emergency repair tools
- Comfortable riding gear
- Rain gear
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