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 Pennsylvania

The keystone state offers motorcycle riders two federally designated US Scenic Byways, 15 state-designated Byways, and one National Forest Scenic Byway. Pennsylvania (PA) is home to a section of Lake Erie coastline, the incredible Pocono Mountains, rural villages, charming country towns, one of the most famous battlefields in the United States (Gettysburg), and two major cities - Philadelphia & Pittsburgh.

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Gouldsboro to Montage Mountain

Most of the ride is through rolling, picturesque countryside with occasional houses, fields, streams and ponds. Beyond the forested Nesbitt Reservoir area, Glendale's short stretch of nondescript trailer residences are a sharp contrast to the affluen...

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PA-191 to SR 2002 to PA-115

SR2002 is a twisty, paved road through beautiful rolling foothills in the country and consists of occasional homes, small farms and views of the Kittatinny Mountains. Hikers love the famous Appalachian Mountain Trail from Georgia to Maine that runs a...

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PA Route 75 - Doylesburg to Honey Grove

Scenery is mostly open fields. The highlight of this is that you are riding through a valley so beyond the fields is a mountain on both sides. This is great to ride in the fall for the foliage. Whether looking left or right, all you see is beautif...

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PA-849 to PA-34

Winding roads will take you through sections of thick woods and then some open/corn fields (depending on the time of year). This ride also taps into Little Buffalo State park which is where the wooded scenery comes in....

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PA944 and PA997

Pa 944 and Pa 997 are an absolute joy to ride. The tarmac is in good condition throughout most of this 52 mile journey, so you can enjoy tackling this route at a 'sporting pace' or a leisurely one. Either way - this is my favorite way to travel ...

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