We started off at the Shell gas station on the Upper East Side at around 7am, then headed over to Yonkers by 8am to pick up the rest of the group at another gas station,
We snaked around Mount Washington, and with no cell service couldn't find the lookout that Jerry and I had ridden a number of years back. But it didn't matter, the roads around Mount Washington were empty, and we looped around back into New York and Taconic State Park
From there we took Route 3 to Ancramdale and then 82 and 83 ripping through country roads on down to Amenia for lunch. A few members broke off to head back to the city, and the rest of us sat outside (at a restaurant) socially distancing at Four Brothers Pizza.
From there we took Clove road through Wassaic and through more farm country, hopping briefly onto the Taconic again till we picked up 301 and onto Dennytown Road, one of the most technical, amazing bits of asphalt I've been in a long time. From there, we made our way South on Rt. 9, and eventually picked up the Taconic and made our way back to the city, arriving home at around 6pm.Amazing Day!!