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Written DirectionsFrom Edmond, go North on Boulevard until you have to turn left or right in Guthrie. Hang a right to go into town and follow the US-77 signs until you head North out of Guthrie. Keep heading North and enjoy some nice curves until you hit 51 where you want to take a right on to 51. You'll take 51 all the way east into/through Stillwater. Hang a right onto 177 and just keep heading South until you go under the turnpike and hit Rt. 66. Take a right and 66 will take you right back into Edmond.
SceneryThe ride is full of back roads and open country. There are nice shaded runs with good shade and wide open runs through massive fields. You also get to see some cool old towns. You start off on straight, open, country back roads all the way to Guthrie. You'll go through Guthrie to reach US-77. From Guthrie to Stillwater you'll hit long, sweeping curves and even some tight, fun curves. From Stillwater you have a nice mix of straight-aways and long curves.
Motorcycle Road Quality:3
The roads were literally average. The country roads were rough at times, but never painful on my back or butt. The more-traveled highways were fine. Route 66 is a great ride. Nice and smooth. It was enjoyable.
Drive EnjoymentThe roads were literally average. The country roads were rough at times, but never painful on my back or butt. The more-traveled highways were fine. Route 66 is a great ride. Nice and smooth. It was enjoyable.
Tourism OpportunitiesGuthrie is a pretty cool town. It's small, so you won't get lost if you try finding something to do. It's got a nice historic downtown area with a few stores. Stillwater has plenty of bars and great restaurants you could stop at. Id go for Eskimo Joe's. It's always a good pick. You can stop at Pops on your way back on Rt. 66. Good burgers and a nice place to fill up.
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