The Best Guide to Motorcycle Roads, Rides & Events

Why do the routes have different colors? The colors are only different so one route can easily be distinguished from another.

Motorcycle Roads in California

California (CA) offers an incredible diversity of motorcycle road scenery. The state is blessed with over 1,100 miles of Pacific Coast shoreline, countless miles of arid canyon and twisted mountain road riding, vast stretches of alpine mountain roads, and some of the most appealing cities in the world. And, as one of the most popular tourist states in America, the Golden State is sure to offer motorcyclists looking for things to do off the bike an amazing menu of choices.

Alphabetical by Title Motorcycle Roads & Rides

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Joshua Tree National Park Loop

The views along the roads are unique and the roads themselves are two-lane, weaving stretches of gently twisting pavement. It has wild landscape with bizarre trees and outrageous rock formations. It does get hot so it preferable to go in winter or ea...

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Bohemian Highway

This road is fairly well shaded, running through dense redwood forests; there are some camps, and the quaint town of Occidental. Other than that, you'll be focused on the twisty road....

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The Electric Loop

Views of the Altamont Pass wind farms, Carnegie SVRA and LLNL Site 300, Livermore/Tri-Valley and Tracy/Central Valley from the passes....

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Classic Mulholland Highway Route

The route starts out in suburbia and leads off into the mountains. The upland valleys get very pretty. There's a chance at a lakeside detour. The route ends in a tree-lined scrub valley that opens up to the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean....

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San Luis Reservoir Run

This route runs through Southern Coast Range in California. The scenery is comprised of rolling hills dotted with hardy blue oaks in a sea of golden grass unless you're riding in early spring, then you'll see that grass green for just 2 to 3 months....

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