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By Rocky Road (5 McR Points) on Nov 05, 2013

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September 21, 2014
I've taken part of this Route, Nice Roads good…

Written Directions

Starting at Shinnecock Hills, turn left off of Sunrise highway and take Shrubland Road north, then turn left on Barkers island Road, which bears right and turns into Millstone Brook Road. Turn left on North Sea Road, and then bear right onto Noyac Road. Stay on Noyac until you reach 114 (Ferry Road) and turn right. Take 114 to Swamp road and turn left. Take Swamp Road to the end and turn right onto NW Landing Road. Turn left onto Northwest Rd. take this to the end and turn right onto Alewife Brook Rd. Bear right onto Hands Creek Rd, then bear left onto springy banks rd. Hard left onto three mile harbor rd then right onto Abrahams path. right on springs fireplace rd, then quick left onto Abrahams path. Make left onto Town Ln, bear left onto Old stone why, then right onto Alberts Landing Rd. Bear right onto cross hwy, then left on fresh pond rd. Make right on cross hwy, then left on bendigo rd. Turn left onto Cranberry Hole rd. Make right on Napeague Meadow rd. take to the end to arrive at Sunrise Highway, turn left to continue East to Montauk.


This is great back-road route my friends and I take all the time to bypass the traffic on Sunrise Highway which can be unbearable in the summer. Passing through the Shinnecock Hills golf course, you ride along great Peconic bay and little Peconic bay, eventually crossing Noyac bay and Sag Harbor bay into Sag Harbor, a great little town to stop and get some refreshments. The next segments bring you into some backwoods of the south shore of long island, and spending on the time of year, you may see some deer and wild turkeys. As you make your way to Fresh pond rd, there's a great photo op from the beach parking lot overlooking Napeague bay. As you come to the end of this bypass you will see one remaining radio tower of two that were used for ship-to-shore communication during WWII

Drive Enjoyment

All of these roads are good quality, paved roads, suitable for my big Harley Touring bike, a few sharp turns so be careful!

Tourism Opportunities

There are not too many places to stop along this route, with the exception of the Sag harbor area. The Elizabeth A Morton Wildlife Refuge has clean bathrooms, and it's also a very cool place to stop if you have time. Wild birds will eat bird food from your hand, but you have to remember to bring some. There's also a deli off of Noyac road if you need some refreshment before reaching Sag Harbor

Motorcycle Road Additional info

This is a slow, easy going back road route but far more enjoyable then being stuck in east-end traffic on sunrise highway!

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September 21, 2014
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Motorcycle Type : Touring
I've taken part of this Route, Nice Roads good views, Sag Harbor is a great stop, Traffic can be trouble on weekend, as town gets packed int. The rest is pretty good.
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