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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.

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Tour De Malibu - Latigo Canyon to Deer Creek

Excellent views of the mountains / ocean from Latigo. Spectacular mountain views throughout ending with a scenic descent to Pacific Coast Highway with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean from high above before you....

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Gazelle Callahan Road

From the little town of Gazelle to the smaller town of Callahan (pop = 50 and they're exaggerating). Beautiful views over pass yields to ranches in small valley! You could take a side trip to Kangaroo Lake. Crystal clear. But not good roads as...

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Burson

scenery is great during the end of winter but before summer, all the grass is green and stretches for miles and miles. in the summer it turns a gold color, like many of the California hills....

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Hwy 26 Out of Stockton

This route takes you from the Valley up into the Seirra foothills and beyond. Lots of twisties with trees from pine to redwood. Views are wonderfull. During the winter months you can take hwy 26 up to Hwy 88 and turn right until you hit the snow at ...

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Quartzsite - Yuma Loop

This route is through a rugged, often hot part of Arizona. This area was so barren at one time that the U.S.Army on one occasion in the late 1800s experimented with using camels for transportation (which is where the camels in the town sign come from...

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