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A) Albuquerque, NM to Indianapolis, IN
Distance: 1308 mi
I created this ride as a way to get from my home in Albuquerque, NM to my parents place in Indianpolis so I could go out for the Indianapolis 500 this year. I broke this ride up into two days stopping at the Cross Timbers campground at the Toronto State ...
B) Albuquerque to Carlsbad SE NM 2-day Loop
Distance: 634 mi
This is a good two day leisure ride from Albuquerque. This ride keeps you off the interstates and you get to see some of the real sights of South East New Mexico. On the way out of Albuquerque you'll head through Corona on your way to Roswell. You can ...
C) Albuquerque to Chaco Canyon
Distance: 160 mi
Chaco was a huge trading and ceremonial hub about 3,000 years ago. There are several ruins here that are all connected by astrological lines. It's a pretty cool place to check out and see. There have also been a few documentaries about the area and its...
D) Albuquerque to Four Corners Monument
Distance: 487 mi
The Four Corners monument is a great place to visit for a full day ride. Head up to Farmington from Albuquerque, then pass through Shiprock and a few miles of Arizona and you'll be at the monument. There isn't much to do out there, but it's a fun way ...
E) Albuquerque to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks
Distance: 110 mi
This is a quick day trip up to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. Tent Rocks is a great place to walk around, as the hiking is very easy but you still get to see some amazing sights. Since the last time I went, they have re-paved the roads to ...
F) Albuquerque to Las Vegas, NV
Distance: 583 mi
If you're looking to get out of Albuquerque for a few days, you can take this ride to Las Vegas, NV. The ride is a little less than 600 miles one way. Along the ride you will see the Hoover Dam plus various historic markers along I-40. It can get rea...
G) Albuquerque to Santa Fe on Turquoise Trail
Distance: 127 mi
Take a ride from Albuquerque to Santa Fe on the east side of the Sandia mountains along the Turquoise trail. Most of the Turquoise trail is wide open with very little traffic. There are a few spots along the way where the speed limit drops dramatica...
H) 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...
I) Chama River for Lunch
Distance: 326 mi
Bernalillo to Cuba to Dulce to Chama then back through Espanola to Santa Fe (option would be to return via Jemez or Madrid as well).
J) Cibola on NM 337
Distance: 54 mi
Start your route in Cedar Crest, NM (about 20 miles due East of Albuquerque, NM). Initially you'll start on State Route 14 but this will quickly turn into NM 337. Just take this south for about 30 miles till it runs into NM 55. Take a right on to NM 55 an...
K) Cumbres and La Manga Passes
Distance: 49 mi
New Mexico/Colorado 17 runs from Chama, NM, over Cumbres Pass and La Manga Pass to reach Antonito, CO. Although you're into flat sagebrush country by the time you reach Antonito, the bulk of this road is very scenic. Coming out of Chama the road runs a...
L) Denver to Albuquerque
Distance: 437 mi
7 hours of 75mph riding. There is a scenic look out on the pass between Raton and Trinidad. Elevation changes quit a bit and there are several turns. The rest of the ride is nice and straight, if you like that kind of riding this is for you.
M) Denver to Chama
Distance: 318 mi
Road from Denver, Co to Chama, New Mexico. Lots of twistes once ypu get into the lower corner of Colorado. If you ride at night be aware of animals, the Tultec Train is a good way to see places no one would generally see. Fishing was great but make sure ...
N) Double Eagle ride With Pics
Distance: 56 mi
This ride takes you out past the extinct volcanoes and the Double Eagle II airport. You get some nice views of the sandia mountains from this side of the city. There are also some wide open roads out by the airport and volcanoes.
O) Edgewood to SW NM and back
Distance: 751 mi
I rode the back way from Edgewood,NM to Silver City and Las Cruces, NM and back. Great ride! I saw 2 eagles on the way! A Bald Eagle in a tree over the Bosque on US60, and a Golden Eagle just south of Ft Bayard. Always great to see Eagles! The most amazin...
P) El Malpais National Monument - Lava fields and Natural Arches
Distance: 222 mi
El Malpais (the badlands) is a national monument south of Grants, New Mexico. The entire area is consumed by lava fields dating back to as recent as 2,000-3,000 years ago. There are several hiking paths and scenic overlooks to drive to. Two of the four...
Q) Enchanted Circle in New Mexico
Distance: 455 mi
A great ride to see many scenic areas in northern New Mexico. This ride takes you through Santa Fe, Angel Fire, Taos, Red River, El Vado State Park, Espanola and back to Albuquerque. The ride is long, so make sure you start with a full tank of gas.
R) 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...
S) Fertig's Route 1
Distance: 145 mi
Tried to come up with a bit different of a route then our usual down to mountainer, through belen, etc. So this goes up 14 to madrid, then back down to moriarity, then over back up 337. It pieces together two parts of my other favorite rides. Hey if yo...
T) Gila National Forest NM Loop
Distance: 321 mi
This motorcycle ride takes you through the Gila National Forest in South East New Mexico. You can see some great sights along the way. Here's the description of the forest from the Gila National Forest's website: The Gila National Forest has specta...
by RideBellChain on May 2, 2013
by RideBellChain on May 2, 2013