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Fun Places to Visit on a Motorcycle

Motorcycles are hands down the best way to travel! Cars, planes and trains are great too, but there’s nothing like having an engine beneath you and the wind in your hair. When you travel on a motorcycle, its not just about getting from point A to point B.

The world can truly open up around you, and become a brand new place. When you travel on a motorcycle, the journey is the destination. However, we have listed for you some of the most fun places to visit on your next adventure!

Pacific Coast Highway, California

The PCH offers scenery like no other- an ocean, a redwood forest, and enough curves to keep you entertained the whole ride. The road hugs a cliff and has tons of stops along the way to enjoy all of the beautiful views that the Pacific coast has to offer. Just make sure you dress warm because it can be a foggy road even in the summer!

George Washington Highway, West Virginia

This highway takes you north of Monongahela National Forest, and past Cathedral State Park, both tremendously beautiful areas of the great United States of America. It is lined with beautiful mountains and rivers along the way. Once the rides over, you are near one of the best rides on the East Cost: The Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive!

Needles Highway, South Dakota

This highway is located in the black hills of South Dakota. The highway travels through two granite tunnels and is the perfect road to see animals such as bison and antelope.

Tail of the Dragon, Tennessee

Named due to its resemblance of the tail of a dragon, Tail of The Dragon is an 11 mile stretch of road in Tennessee that many consider being the best rides in the country. It is a challenging stretch of road that brings riders through the National Park Great Smoky Mountains.

Twisted Sisters, Texas

There are a few roads in Texas named Ranch Roads. Their numbers are 335, 336, and 337, and the roads are nicknamed the Twisted Sisters. These roads take the motorcycle riders through a 100-mile loop that goes through Texas ranches, hills, historic valleys and many other places. The road also provides many panoramic views of Texas rises and canyons. But be careful, because the roads only have a few guardrails to protect you from falling.

Beartooth Highway, Montana

Between Red Lodge and Cooke City, Beartooth Highway is a steep road that contains many twists and turns. The road tops off at 10,947 feed in elevation at a place called Beartooth Pass. On Beartooth pass, riders can enjoy traveling through the Rocky mountain high, beautiful glaciers and many meadows filled with wildflowers.

Skyline Drive, Georgia

Skyline Drive is visited by about two million visitors every year, and that definitely has to do with the scenery. In the fall, the road is lined with beautiful changing leaves and a good chance of seeing a lot of wildlife. Wild turkeys, black bears, and white-tailed deer are said to be spotted often on the road.  

Pigtail Scenic Byway, Arkansas

The Pig Trail is a scenic 19-mile stretch of Highway 23 in Arkansas. The road is said to be named for the way the road curves like a pig’s tail. This scenic byway is full of steep hills, dropoffs, and switchbacks that cut through Ozark National Forest. In the spring and fall with the many wildflowers are in bloom and the fall colors are in full force, you will see many other riders along this road.

San Juan Skyway, Colorado

The San Juan Skyway earned its name due to its location in Colorado’s the San Juan Mountains. Riders will enjoy traveling through scenic national parks and some history rich mining camps. The road reaches an elevation of about 11,000 feet and is said to be a great place to spot mountain goats, mule deer, and frightening black bears.

Tunnel of Trees, Michigan

As the name suggests, this road is a scenic route lined with a ton of beautiful trees, and most notably, lacks a centerline. Looking down the road of trees, you can’t help but wonder when you will approach the next curve. It is a 27.5 mile portion of the M-119. The road hugs Lake Michigan’s eastern shoreline. The trail is most popular during autumn when the trees change colors and offer some areas to see Lake Michigan.