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By Andy deLivron (10 McR Points) on Jun 29, 2018

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Head east on Blue Ridge Rd/New York State Reference Rte 910K toward U.S. 9 N 52 ft Turn left onto U.S. 9 N 2.4 mi Turn right onto Co Hwy 4/Co Hwy 4C 0.3 mi Turn right onto Ensign Pond Rd 12.6 mi Turn left onto Plank Rd 2.0 mi Turn left onto Old Lc&mrr Row 0.4 mi Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Curtis St 0.1 mi Mineville


Rolling and Twisty Road that connects well with Tracy Road in Mineville. While Tracy road has one left for every right successively Ensign Pond road has no patterns. Lots of wooded scenery on a road that typically does not see a lot of travel. Conditions may vary throughout the motorcycle season. Early Spring wait for the town to sweep the sand off the Road in the first Two Weeks of May, Throughout the summer watch for Pine Cones that aren't much better than roller bearings. In June it is typical to see turtles cross the road. Don't mess with a snapper unless you know how to pick one up. Mid September watch for leaves on the road. This road will not dissapoint you. Google Map https://tinyurl.com/ya259o8p For a complete tour consider Pottersville NY via Rt 9 to North Hudson, this route, to Tracy Road in Mineville to R9 South to North Hudson, Blue Ridge to the Overlook in Newcomb at the town park, South on 28N to Sporties in Minerva and see some historic Harleys, THen back to Pottersville, about 2.5 hours of great riding. Some of the best in the Adirondacks

Drive Enjoyment

Was very good in 2017 and the road changes from year to year but should not be missed. Very good for Sport Touring Bikes, Sport Bikes and Adventure Bikes - Paved road.

Tourism Opportunities

Almost none. But you'll have access to gas and food in Mineville at the end of the ride if needed.

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