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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The Panoramic Highway

If you like twistys and Amazing mountain views you will get this for all 9 miles!...

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Unreal Route 89

Since you leave Red Bluff, on Route 36, the view is just some special, to start there is a section of the road that goes straight for about 8 miles, but don't worry, that is just to give you the chance to admire the landscape to both sides of the roa...

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Back Road Loop Through Julian

The first half of the ride is rolling meadows giving way to the edge of the desert in Anza-Borrego state park. The last half of the ride is mountain riding through nice forrest, with many vista / lookout points along the way....

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Hwy 26 East of Mokelumne Hill to Mr. Beefy's

Maybe even a 5. This route takes you out of the hot city traffic into the beautiful forested hills and up the base of the sierras through West Point, over two bridges over sometimes calm and other times raging rivers. One offers a place to pull off a...

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The Lost Highway 58 - Bakersfield to San Luis Opisbo

Ask the locals in Bakersfield about Hwy 58 to San Luis Obispo and they'll tell you there's no such thing and then direct you to the super-slab Hwy 46. Don't listen. Beginning about a dozen miles west of Bakersfield, Hwy 58 is a roller-coaster all the...

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