Build Your Own Guided Mororcycle Tours
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What’s the place you have always wanted to ride?
My problem is I’ve always wanted to see everything I’ve always been scared I’d miss something. Even as a kid, my dad would always drive through the night every time we traveled. I’m sure it was so we’d sleep and be quit while he drove, but since I was 6 yrs old I’d stay up all through the night to see everything going by.
That’s never changed, now I’m riding on every road I can so I know what roads are the best. Which roads have the best curves, which have the best mountains, with the best views. Where the best events, festivals, music, bars, restaurants are, I want to experience the best of everything I can. I talk to everybody I can and pick their brains for their favorite rides. If I get close to a ride I’ve learned about I’ll detour to ride it. I once rode 150 miles out of my way to spend an hour on a ride, then went back on the original journey.
I’ll be honest, I have ridden in all of the lower 48 state's, but I don’t have rides marked in every state, frankly all states don’t have what it takes to warrant a named motorcycle road/ride. Even if you can find good rides in bad states, you won’t want to hop a plane and rent a bike to ride Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska to mention a few. Even though I have had a great time riding thru say the rolling hills of Nebraska, I’ve even marked the best roads I like from there into my map. I won’t be talking you into a trip to ride Nebraska, but if I have to ride through there again I know the roads I’ll be taking.
Places I’d gladly talk you into riding, Colorado I think is the first, I spent 3 weeks riding there.
Utah has some amazing roads with tons of state parks (it is even better if you’re a hiker, which I’m more of a rider, I won’t hike more than 3 to 4 miles to see some waterfall, arch, view, it takes away from the ride).
Most places out west are great for riding like, Boise through the Sawtooth’s, it has some of the best mountain roads, or you could ride around the lakes or rivers.
Wyoming has the Devils Tower, Rushmore, Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons.
Montana with Glacier Park, with some of the coolest parts of the Rocky Mountains, and the lesser known Big and Little Belt, part of The Lewis and Clark Trail.
Arizona with some of the most beautiful sights of course The Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, Horseshoe Bend, just to name a few.
South Dakota with the Black Hills, Custard’s Park, the Badlands.
California, if for nothing else PCH 1, that is something I think everyone should see, Hearst Castle, Redwood Forest.
I haven’t even gotten into designing a ride around your favorite Bike Week, Sturgis, Daytona, BBB, Laconia, Americade, Myrtle Beach, Rolling Thunder, Hogrock, just to name a few.