I'm getting situated here in New Hampshire and looking forward to spring already. Here on the seacoast there are few two track trails let alone single tracks. Fifteen to thirty miles inland and the hills and the abundant twisty back roads are awesome. Beyond that, the hills get higher and by fifty to sixty miles your in the mountains where the trails and fire roads are inviting you to explore. To tell you the truth the only straight roads in this state are the expressways and some of them don't exactly qualify as bee line straight either. Finding a TW out here in the east may be more difficult than in the mid west too. It seemed most of the Yamaha shops I visited in Indiana had at least one or two new TW's in stock. Its odd (to me) but there are not any Yamaha dealers near by. I'll have to make it a point to head inland and visit at least one of the dealers to get my winter fix.