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Any suggestions/recommendations for fun, twisty roads to take my giulia for a spin near/around central jersey?

This is new as I keep looking for excuses to go out :smile2:
 

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Any suggestions/recommendations for fun, twisty roads to take my giulia for a spin near/around central jersey?

This is new as I keep looking for excuses to go out :smile2:
Take any road that leads out of Jersey?>:)

Just kidding!
 

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Where in Central jersey are you located?
 

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just up the street from me.. I'm in Ewing..
 

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Any suggestions/recommendations for fun, twisty roads to take my giulia for a spin near/around central jersey?

This is new as I keep looking for excuses to go out /forum/images/GiuliaForums/smilies/tango_face_smile.png
Not sure how far it is from you, but the Taconic in upstate NY was a great drive for me this past Tuesday morning. Not many places for cops to hide either.
 

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Not sure how far it is from you, but the Taconic in upstate NY was a great drive for me this past Tuesday morning. Not many places for cops to hide either.
Taconic I agree with.

A bit of a hike, But from Winchester, VA out to Davis, WV is a little known highway, Corridor H. Corridor H is perhaps the most beautiful and twisty highway you can find east of the Rockies.
 

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We need an Alfa gathering soon in central, NJ.
 

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Not sure how far it is from you, but the Taconic in upstate NY was a great drive for me this past Tuesday morning. Not many places for cops to hide either.
Taconic is great and it lead to bear mountain
 

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Lots of clubs like the Miata & Boxter ones regularly organize twisty road drives. We can borrow from them.
 

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Here is a suggestion from Princeton:
https://goo.gl/maps/iwx2UeXTCMHqCRVv6

If you have a good sense of direction, you can go off this kind of plan as much as you want. I will usually do a drive like this based on a general sense of a loop I build on google maps using the "terrain" turned on. After my first drive, I'll repeat the drive with variations thrown with last minute on the ground decisions. This has worked really well especially driving convertibles and roadsters.


If you are ready to go up 31 or 206 a bit, my favorite area for lots of backroad driving is anywhere where I can turn legally, north of I-78, west of I-287 (you can stay south of I-80 or keep going further north as far as you wish). 100s of miles of great roads to throw a great roadster into, and now the Giulia.

Along31/206, you can try something like one of these two variations (about 60 miles, 90 minutes)
https://goo.gl/maps/AfuwMPQRswYun7zn9
https://goo.gl/maps/VG8wBNXQSe4FW6Fu8

Or this shorter 30 mile 60 minute variant:
https://goo.gl/maps/P48cjwqPYTMDy38v9

You could also throw in a nice hour or two hike in if you stop at Sourland along the way.
 

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As a member of the Central Jersey Corvette Club, every year we did a covered bridge tour with a Cobra club some of us belonged to, left from Washington's Crossing Historic Park right over the bridge in PA. , great country roads, most newly paved or in great shape, several wooden one lane covered bridges, stopped off for lunch at private airport in a scenic valley... great drive... great time... enjoy !!


https://www.centraljerseycorvetteclub.com/app/download/7124796234/Cruise+Route+-+10-13-18+Wheels+n+Wings.pdf
 

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Thanks for providing these routes in the Princeton area!
 
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