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Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: North Carolina

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

North Carolina has some of the greatest motorcycle rides in the entire country. With beautifully diverse scenery, riders find themselves truly inspired by what they see. Riders can enjoy the Blue Ridge Mountains, Piedmont Plateau, green rolling hills, and even the Atlantic Coast Plain. With access to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, there are more great roads to enjoy than there is time in the day. But these favorite routes are a good place to start exploring what North Carolina has to offer. Tail of the Dragon This route, which is also called Deal’s Gap, is an 11-mile stretch...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: Texas

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Texas has over 260,000 square miles of space with a range of altitudes and breathtaking views. If you enjoy wildflowers, refreshing lakes, flowing rivers, prairies, or anything in between, you can find it in the Lone Star State. Some of the routes look like they come out of an old western movie, complete with blowing tumbleweed. Riders can find countless miles of great riding roads that prove to be memorable in a variety of ways. Here are some of the routes to consider. more  The Three Sisters If you think you know what Texas is all about, take this route...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: New York

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Most riders automatically think of big city life when they hear “New York,” but the rest of the state has quite a bit to offer. While no one enjoys riding in bumper-to-bumper traffic, New York has majestic mountains, lakes, farmlands, vineyards and much more to see. The Empire State has some large lakes, majestic rivers, and memories any rider will want to relive over and over again. Here are some of the favorite routes within the state of New York.more Catskill Preserve You can spend a whole day on this 100-mile route around the Catskill Mountain Range. You get to...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: South Carolina

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

There are many great motorcycle routes in South Carolina and you can find them within the two main regions of scenery. The lower part of the state is often called Low Country, or the Coastal Plain. This area is flat and has farms, marsh areas, and bay inlets. The Upstate portion of the state enjoys Piedmont with thick forests and foothills, rivers, waterfall and much more. Many riders want to enjoy the Cherokee Parkway and stop at Table Rock State Park when they visit. Here are some of the best routes in the state. more Beaufort Scenery This 40-mile route gives...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: Pennsylvania

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Pennsylvania has two federal designated Scenic Byways and 14 state scenic byways. There is also a National Forest Scenic Byway, the Lake Erie coastline, the Pocono Mountains and rural towns and villages. You can even see battlefields along these roads and enjoy two major cities. Pennsylvania has something for every rider, but these are some of the favorite routes to enjoy within the Keystone State.more Grand Army of the Republic Highway If you want to see as much of the state as possible, travel along this 374-mile route, which passes through towns and villages that are small and charming. These...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: North Dakota

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

There are three main regions when it comes to exploring North Dakota on a motorcycle. The western portion has hilly Plains and the Missouri river as well as a large manmade lake. It is also home to the beautiful Badlands. The central portion of the state includes rolling prairies and lakes. And the eastern part of the state has the flat Red River Valley, farms and rural towns. Riders can explore all three or choose the one that most appeals to them. Here are just a few of the options for routes in North Dakota.more The Enchanted Highway This country...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: New Jersey

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

New Jersey has a diverse amount of scenic views, though you might expect that from the title “The Garden State.” Riders can enjoy parts of the Appalachian Mountains, The Hudson River, and the Palisades, a column of rock that rises 500 feet next to the river. The beauty is enough to draw motorcycle riders to explore and there are plenty of great routes to take into consideration. Quick NJ Ride Take Route 537 and drive by the Charleston Springs golf course. You get to cruise by Allentown and enjoy farmland and sweepers with several high-speed straight areas to get you...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: Rhode Island

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Motorcyclists find two basic regions of scenery within the state of Rhode Island. The western portion of the state is known as the New England Upland portion, which has rough hills, forests, and lakes. The eastern portion of the state is called the Seaboard Lowland, which has lowlands, beaches, and salt marshes. Both are valid options in terms of great rides and some motorcyclists take time to explore both. Here are some of the favorite rides in the state of Rhode Island. Zig Zag to the Sea This route will take about an hour, but it can be drawn out...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: New Mexico

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Much of New Mexico includes sun-baked scenery and the state can be rather hot any time of the year. But there are popular stops for riders including the Billy the Kid Museum, the Carlsbad Canyons and more. The best routes are generally in the northern portion of the states since they explore the Rocky Mountains and the alpine views. More routes lie along the western border, which New Mexico shares with Arizona. There are many opportunities for riders who want to explore The Land of Enchantment. Here are some of the favorite motorcycle routes in the state. moreRoad to Timberon...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: Oregon

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Motorcycle riders can enjoy everything from majestic shores to regal peaks within the Beaver State. Riders like taking in the Pacific Ocean waves and the beauty of the Cascade Mountains, among other things. The Columbia River basin gives breathtaking views while river canyons offer a completely different type of view. With all that and fun, hilly, twisty roads, riders have everything they could want all in one state. Here are some of the best routes to enjoy.more Blue Mountain Scenic Byway For a long, 183-mile ride that couldn’t be more beautiful, riders enjoy this twisty route. The two-lane highway does...

7 Motorcycle Safety Myths

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Riding a motorcycle can feel absolutely liberating at times, but you need to be safe when you head out on the road. Throughout the years, several motorcycle safety myths have developed, and unfortunately,many riders continue to believe this misinformation. These myths have kept many people away frommotorcycles because they fell for these false stories and misinformation. more Motorcycles are too dangerous: Yes, motorcycling can be risky, but with proper training and precautions it is not any riskier than snow skiing or water skiing, horseback riding, sky diving, or boating. It is just like riding a bicycle, only faster: Well, that is not true...

Favorite Local Motorcycle Routes: Montana

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

 Montana has some of the best motorcycle roads in the country. Big Sky Country has mountains, plains and everything in between. With Glacier National Park and Yellowstone, there are plenty of beautiful sites to enjoy. The roadside amenities are rather sparse so you’ll want to plan ahead when it comes to eating, sleeping and getting gas. Here are a few of the best routes in this state. -Hwy 49 to US Hwy 89 This short 12-mile route starts just east of Glacier and takes you on a winding, two-lane road through some beautiful hills and valleys. The road quality isn’t...

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