The Best Guide to Motorcycle Roads, Rides & Events

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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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Mesa Grande Road

While a short ride, Mesa Grande Rd contains all the elements of riding on a rural scenic California byway. It is like riding Carmel Valley Rd (Monterey County) but in 20 minutes instead of 90. The scenery seems close up, and is best enjoyed at tourin...

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Campo Alto via 95 - Hudson Ranch Road

Starting from high desert valley, you head up into mature old pine forests. Great open views where you can see for miles. Campo ALto is 8172 feet elevation. Then when you head east through the Pine Mountains, that is a forest section of small towns, ...

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The Pony Express

I'll divided this up by state, since there was just so much to see: UTAH: Early on, the route skirts the western edge of Utah Lake, which was gorgeous. I left early in the morning, so the sun was just coming up over the eastern mountains when ...

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CA 138 - Crestline to Silverwood Lake

This route winds though the San Bernadino Forest and has short scrub trees, steep hills and normal high...

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Wooden Valley Road

This route takes you from the west side of Fairfield up to Berryessa through a small valley in the Vaca Range which forms Napa Valley's eastern border. You will pass small farms and ranches, woodlands, and the road track along a babbling creek....

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