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4 out of 5 Rider Rating 4
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By Guest (0 McR Points) on Dec 31, 2006

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Guest
October 20, 2010
All construction is completed on roads in the…
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Leebass
January 17, 2015
This is a great, peacefull and senic ride on a…
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Written Directions

The road begins on Highway 259 in Broken Bow, Oklahoma and travels north to the Bethel, OK. From there take route 144 west to west to Honobia.

Scenery

This series of Oklahoma highways is scenic and begins the entrance into the beautiful Ouachita National Forest.

Motorcycle Road Quality:4

Highway 259 is full of fast sweepers and begins the climb into the Ouachita Mountains. Once you turn left onto Highway 144 the road surface is still quite good, but the fun factor increases dramatically. There are a lot of blind hills where you can't see over the top to tell which direction the road goes and quite a few tight sections. There is a lot of wildlife in this part of Oklahoma so keep that in mind as you ride

Drive Enjoyment

Road surface is good. This route has a lot of twist, turns, up and downhill runs.

Tourism Opportunities

The only amenities is what you bring with you!

Motorcycle Road Additional info

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Guest
October 20, 2010
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Motorcycle Type : Cruiser
All construction is completed on roads in the Honobia area and there is some smooth fun riding to be had. Coming from the south heading north on 259, turn off at Octavia and take the newly paved road in to Honobia and then head across the Kiamichi mtns. into Talihina. Or detour off 259 on to 144 and head east in to Honobia. There, you can continue west and come out south of Clayton or turn north to Talihina. All roads are excellent rides. I highly recommend you make a noon time stop at the little store/rv park in Honobia and order the Firehouse Cheeseburger. It is the best you will find bar none, period. I ride over from Talihina just to have one from time to time. Btw, the little blond in the store has her on Harley Soft-tail.
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Leebass
January 17, 2015
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Motorcycle Type : Touring
This is a great, peacefull and senic ride on a not well known road. It is gaining popularity and may start having more traffic in the future. I like fall colors and each year head to southeast corner of Oklahoma in November. I will ride this area in most times of the year since there are such wonderful forests and mountains. Plus, there are many senic lakes to ride around along with many historic sites. I have been exploring this part of the state since 1978 when I made my first trip here.
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Guest
June 25, 2012
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Motorcycle Type : Other
Rode this ride last weekend. Route 144 is ok but the real fun is from Honobia north on "Indian Trail" toward Talihina. This is full of twisties and lots of hills but you have to watch the road for imperfections in the surface....they always seem to occur in the most inopportune places.
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