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A) Albuquerque to the Very Large Array (VLA)
Distance: 280 mi
This was a great ride to do on Saturday. There is a lot of interstate riding, but it's minimal on the weekends. Just head south on I-25 until you hit exit 150 for Socorro. I'd recommend filling up with gas here as it's about 90 miles from Socorro to th...
B) Bikers 4 Boomers 2013
Distance: 13 mi
(Full Ride Map Available at www.bikers4boomers.com) Join us on our 2nd annual Bikers 4 Boomers Poker Run, Saturday August 17! The 2013 event features a ride of 134 miles through beautiful Lafayette County Missouri, just east of the Kansas City Metro area...
C) City of Rocks Back Country Byway
Distance: 55 mi
Forming a 49 mile necklace around the Albion Mountain Range, the City of Rocks Back Country Byway traces a rural landscape steeped in history and geological significance. Beginning in Albion on Idaho 77, the byway traverses the outskirts of the Pomerel...
D) Fenton Lake and Valles Caldera in Jemez
Distance: 183 mi
This is a great ride for getting out of town for half a day. It takes you from Albuquerque up into Jemez Springs and to a few spots along the way. Up in Jemez, this takes you to Fenton Lake which is a nice recreational area for fishing or kayaking. F...
E) Great National Sand Dunes
Distance: 234 mi
You must purchase an entrance pass to get into the park. This pass costs $3 per adult and is good for one-week. When visiting during the extreme summer months; late June, July and August, expect temperatures on the sand to exceed 100 degrees Fahre...
F) Hells Canyon Scenic Byway
Distance: 33 mi
The Hells Canyon Scenic Byway winds its way along the east side of this massive rift that separates Idaho from neighboring Oregon. While the view from the road is breathtaking, a guided float trip or jet boat tour of the Hells Canyon National Recreation ...
G) Northwest Passage Scenic Byway
Distance: 222 mi
In 1803, President Jefferson commissioned Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to find the Northwest Passage, the link between the Missouri River and the Columbia River through the unexplored Rocky Mountains. This 202-mile byway, stretching across north-ce...
H) Oregon Trail - Bear Lake Scenic Byway
Distance: 102 mi
Bear Lake straddles the Idaho-Utah border and boasts sandy beaches, great water sports, fishing, boating, and the famous Bear Lake State Park. This byway follows Bear Lake north on U.S. 89 to Montpelier, then north on U.S. 30, where you leave the Cache Na...
I) Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway
Distance: 125 mi
The Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway starts in Boise. It follows Idaho 21 north to the historic mining town of Idaho City, where you can still pan for gold in a nearby stream bed. Campgrounds and fishing opportunities dot the route from Idaho City to Lowman al...
J) St. Joe River Scenic Byway
Distance: 88 mi
Your journey begins at the town of St. Maries, the home of the Logger Memorial. You travel east along the shadowy St. Joe River so named for the towering Cottonwoods which adorn the shore lines. Among these trees are bald eagles and osprey, which use th...
K) The "Cruise"
Distance: 0 mi
12th Annual The “Cruise” Sunday, July 22, 2012 (rain or shine) Registration: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Rochester University Center Hwy 14 & Cty Rd 22 East Rochester, MN. 55904 Donation: $20/rider or $60 Club (includes 2 registrations, 2 t-shir...
L) White Pine Scenic Byway
Distance: 80 mi
The White Pine Scenic Byway begins on Idaho 3 at Interstate 90 near Cataldo, home to Old Mission of the Sacred Heart. Built in the mid-1800's, the mission itself is the oldest building still standing in Idaho; travelers can also visit the nearby Parish H...