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A) Northern VA
Distance: 35 mi
This route starts on the outskirts of Haymarket/Gainesvillle, in northern VA. The route starts at a 7-11 gas station at Hwy 15 and Hwy 234. From there, the route goes to The Plains. The route to The Plains is very scenic and some of the roads are tig...
B) Northern VA - Haymarket to Luray
Distance: 59 mi
Some areas of this route are really tight! I did this route in the fall of 2010...there is serious scenic potential around this time of year (Sept, Oct). The tight areas that I remember are Crest Hill Road before arriving in Flint Hill. Another really ...
C) 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...
D) NW Houston Loop
Distance: 108 mi
Nice day loop NW of Houston. Nice scenery through forest, open hills around Anderson. Open up on 105. Easy to extend with loop out to College Station or Brenham.
E) Off Roading in Moab
Distance: 95 mi
Today was day 14 of our tour of the American west. We were looking forward to this day because it meant we got to do some real off-roading. We started by removing our panniers and any unnecessary equipment from our bike. After that we headed down to Mo...
F) Old Combee Road
Distance: 2 mi
Quick ride with some decent turns through an old industrial area. Little traffic on the weekends. There's a gas station on the east end of the route.
G) Olympic National Park
Distance: 1019 mi
A ride out to Olympic National Park gave us a spectacular view of a one of a kind ecosystem encompassing environments ranging from rain forests to snow-topped mountain peaks. The best part about this area is that if you head deep into the interior of the ...
H) Oregon and Nevada on 140
Distance: 109 mi
This is a nice deserted stretch of road to go and relax on your motorcycle. It takes you through Oregon and Nevada. There are some curvy sections and some straight-aways to get a nice mix of motorcycle riding.
I) 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...
J) Ouray Colorado to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
Distance: 54 mi
This ride takes you from the majestic mountains of southwest Colorado to the Black canyon of the Gunnison. The bonus of this ride is a "mini" Grand Canyon in Colorado
K) Owyhee Uplands Back Country Byway
Distance: 109 mi
Starting through hay meadows, rolling hills and the winding course of Jordan Creek, you’ll soon climb into the mountains and gnarled stands of juniper woodlands. Numerous mountain ranges frame the picturesque desert, with Idaho’s Owyhees rising to the...
L) Pagosa Springs, Mesa Verde, Great Sand Dunes SW Colorado
Distance: 823 mi
Great ride from Denver to Pagosa Springs, Mesa Verde and the Great Sand Dunes. We broke the ride up into a few days and made Pagosa Springs our base camp. The first day we rode from Denver to Pagosa Springs. There was quite a bit of traffic as we went ...
M) Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage
Distance: 29 mi
The Panhandle Historic Rivers Passage begins at the Washington state line and follows the northern shore of the Pend Oreille River through Oldtown, Priest River, and ends in Sandpoint. This byway is the southern leg of the International Selkirk Loop whic...
N) Payette River Scenic Byway
Distance: 111 mi
From the junction of Idaho 44 and Idaho 55 west of Idaho’s capital city of Boise, this byway heads north on Idaho 55 to Horseshoe Bend where it meets the Payette River. From there, it passes through the Boise and Payette National Forests and the popular...
O) Peaks to Craters Scenic Byway
Distance: 140 mi
Without a doubt this byway has the most diverse stretch of road in Idaho. You will experience wetlands, the vistas of the high mountain desert, expansive lava flows, and the Lost River Mountain Range boasting nine of Idaho’s twelve highest peaks includi...
P) Pend Oreille Scenic Byway
Distance: 34 mi
The Pend Oreille (pon-der-ay) Scenic Byway offers travelers some of Idaho's most spectacular water views. Beginning at the intersection with US 95, Idaho 200 meanders eastward to the Montana state line across farmlands, through river deltas, and along th...
Q) Pioneer Historic Byway
Distance: 115 mi
On this route, travelers can retrace some steps of Idaho’s early pioneers and follow the historic path taken by early-day Yellowstone Park visitors. From Franklin, Idaho’s oldest settlement, this byway heads north to Soda Springs and on to the Wyoming...
R) 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...
S) Poudre Canyon & Cameron Pass
Distance: 98 mi
From Fort Collins up to Walden, in the area known as North Park, Colorado 14 climbs through Poudre Canyon and then crosses Cameron Pass, descending into North Park through the Colorado National Forest. From Walden you can go southwest and meet up with US ...
T) Poudre Canyon Road
Distance: 42 mi
This motorcycle ride begins at 5,200 feet in elevation at Ted's Place (US 287 and Poudre Canyon Road) and climbs to 7,330 feet at is rides past Rist Canyon. It then descends slowly back to 5,200 feet at US 34 near Loveland. This is a fun ride connecti...