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Motorcycle Roads in Oklahoma

Motorcycle trips in Oklahoma's (OK) will feature scenery dominated by flat to rolling hills of various forms of prairie grasslands as three quarters of the state is blanketed by prairie grasses (one quarter of the state is considered forested). On a rod trip riders will see elevations that vary from the state's low point in its southeast corner (at only 800 feet above sea level) and rise as you move west into the panhandle where the highest peak resides - Black Mesa at 5,000 feet above sea level. The state has four primary mountain ranges: the Ouachita Mountains, the Arbuckle Mountains, the Wichita Mountains, and the Ozark Mountains. And, the state is home to the most number of man made lakes in the US at 200.

Highest Rated Motorcycle Roads & Rides

Oklahoma

draper lake ride

the scenery is great the lake is always next to you there is a dam that you cross lots of trees i have seen some wildlife...

Rider Rating

3.6
out of 5

5 Votes
Oklahoma

Kenwood Road

This ride travels through some valleys of thick trees where you'll also see cliffs and clear streams- beautiful!...

Rider Rating

3.5
out of 5

3 Votes
Oklahoma

Rural Lake Keystone Ride

This route is hilly and curvy in the beginning, opening up to a view of Lake Keystone from about a hundred feet up. It winds around the lake going over small sections and through both flat and sparse terrain as well as hilly and wooded....

Rider Rating

3.5
out of 5

4 Votes
Oklahoma

The Keystone Lake to Skiatook Lake Run

Nice almost high plains type drive curves and hills. Some wooded areas once you get back toward Skiatook Lake. Really an unusual nice fun ride for this part of the country, a good afternoon trip. For anyone in midtown Tulsa it is a quick way to ge...

Rider Rating

3.5
out of 5

2 Votes
Oklahoma

Red Rock Canyon Long Loop

This route has everything that Oklahoma has to offer as far as nature scenery. On this ride you will see rolling hills, wide open plains, tree covered hillsides, a beautiful deep canyon, lots of curves, very few stop signs, and lots of fresh country...

Rider Rating

3.5
out of 5

2 Votes

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