1. A great road is a great road, but if youre riding a motorcycle, youre looking for something special: twisters, vistas, turnouts, that perfect stretch of smooth tarmac, and biker-friendly stops that make getting there most of the fun. Here are 10 best roads America for unforgettable motorcycle journey: 1. Pacific Coast Highway (Hwy 1): 1700 miles from Astoria, Oregon to San Juan Capistrano, California This undisputed champion of road trips presents beaches, cliffs, redwood forests, sleepy seaside towns, hot tub B&Bs, and world-class dining along a ribbon of winding, undulating road that (between RVs) can provide thrilling sport riding and contented cruising. 2. Appalachian Mountains: 770 miles from Front Royal, Virginia to Deals Gap, North Carolina- This four-in-one magic mountain ride begins with Skyline Drive in Virginia, a 105-mile run along the ridge of the Shenandoah National Park, conveniently connected with the Blue Ridge Parkway for 469 miles of smooth roads and sweeping blacktop.
2. 3. River Road, (FM 170): 120 miles from Trilingual to Candelabra, Big Bend, Texas- Farm to Market 170 is all smooth heavenly pavement along the Rio Grande through the Big Bends Chihuahua Desert ecosystem with its mountains, canyons, badlands, and stunted forests, and even grandmas Buick can handle the 17 mile off-road loop through the Valley of the Gods. 4. Going to the Sun Road: 50 miles in Glacier National Park, Montana Before this two-hour, 50-mile ride over Logan Pass was completed; it took visitors several days to get through the park, which speaks of its height and contortions. 5. Beartooth Highway, (US 212): 68 Miles in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Squiggle along for a couple of hours over the highest highway in the Northern Rockies as it twists and turns its way up to 10,947 feet at Bear tooth Pass in Wyoming. 6. Highway 12: 124 miles between Bryce Canyon National Park and Capitol Reef National Park, Utah Take a psychedelic sunset ride into fantastical sandstone rock formations, canyons, deep blue lakes, and pine forests and all the curves you might expect.
3. 7. Coastal Highway 1: 170 miles from Kittery to Bucksport, Maine Detours, not twisties, along Maines 3478 miles of coastline are the point here. The oldest highway on the east coast is dotted with over 60 lighthouses, countless cute towns, antique shops, lobster shacks, and almost 50 peninsulas to explore. 8. Overseas Highway (Hwy 1), Florida, 100 miles from Key Largo to Key West Put your sun screen on and cruise out onto a narrow stretch of road made of bridges atop a living reef in the turquoise Straits of Florida sandwiched between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. Join the margarita-saturated tourists in tropical paradise and enjoy the biker- friendly atmosphere. 9. Route 66: 2200 miles from Chicago to Santa Monica On just about everybodys bucket list is Route 66. Ride all 2200 miles of this history lesson smothered in kitsch, or just grabs a slice or two, like the pies youll find in endless supply at the many biker-friendly stops between Chicago and Santa Monica.
4. 10. The Great River Road (Hwy 61): 2,552 miles from Itasca State Park, Minnesota to Jackson, Louisiana GRR 61 is a single route created in 1938 to highlight the 10 states bordering the great Mississippi River from its headwaters in Minnesota to its termination in Louisianas Cajun Country. To know more about the author and wholesale escapes feel free to visit- https://www.facebook.com/wholesaleescapes Article Resource- http://wholesaleescape1.tumblr.com/post/83893484656/ten-day-trips- from-new-york-city