This route is incredibly varied terrain in a short distance. Red Valley is red rock desert to start, then suddenly the road goes from 70mph straights down to 25mph sharp corners climbing up the mountain (buffalo pass), very scenic mountain road with a few views at the top. Continuing west you drop down the back side of the pass, and right into a Arizona red rock canyon. Fantastic rocks and walls, amazing. If you're in the Four Corners area, I highly recommend this stretch of road. Road surface was very good, no gravel but obviously keep your eyes peeled if it's been raining.
Check weather before going, I rode in September and assume it would be snowed in or closed in the winter.
Beautiful stretch of mountain highway, up over 10k' elevation, so maybe only for spring, summer, early fall? The highway passes through many mountain valleys and by beautiful meadows. it's very scenic through here, my favorite part of US64.
Tomahawk 2019 route
Wind therapy at its finest!
Scenic Roads with nice curves.
Truly one of my favorite rides anywhere in the US - especially the stretch of road between Cambridge, ID and Halfway, OR
BEAUTIFUL SWEEPING TURNS, without many cars on the road the Tuesday after Labor Day 2019
Lovely road, lovely curves ... and great food the Main Street restaurant in Halfway. Prob took 2.5 hours of riding from McCall to Baker City. Left at 9:15am with the sun at our back for most of the ride. Just terrific. No surprises. Honest road.
awesome scenic route
Longer ride, 230 miles. Starting from I-40S to Sweetwater TN-68. From there you'll go across the Cherohala Skyway to US-129. Take a left on 129. I highly recommend a pit stop at Tapoco Tavern to rest and get some great food. From there you'll cross the Dragon and take a right on Foothills Parkway. Cross the old section of the parkway and the new to dump out on 321 in Wears Valley. Cut across to Line Springs Rd to Metcalf Bottoms (beautiful picnic area). You'll leave on Little River Gorge Rd which turns into 73/321. Take it through Townsend back into Maryville and a right onto 411. Stay on 411 till it merges with 129 and stay straight to the ramp to 140. From there it's back to I-40. Probably my favorite ride!
Our bikes are such a part of us
A beautiful cruise through hill country and peg scraping swoops.
planning on doing this ride
Nice big loop ride. Start's in Hinesville and takes you past plenty of places to eat.
Manchester to Lewiston
Sunday Trip to Lake Charles
Part 2 of Melbourne to Kennansvile ride. Tavel west and north on Canoe Creek Road, into old St Cloud across US 192 (13th St ) to lakefront. Cruise lakefront and meander on down into old downtown which was a cattle town back in the day, small shops, bars, cafes etc. Old School Cool. Caution traveling any farther west on US 192 (13th St) is downright dangerous for the severely bad city and tourist traffic!!! Traveling east on US 192 back to Melbourne gets very light in about 3 miles at Narcoossee Rd. Intersection, then east about 40+ miles to Melbourne..
Start on 192 in Melbourne, west through open country, light travel 4 lane highway, past St Johns River bridge at Fish Camp with rest-pub, to Holipaw Rd (441) at gas station blinking light (only one!). Turn left travel 10 miles to 'Forever Florida' a wild lands conservation park with tours, zip lines, horseback rides, restaurant. Have lunch or... continue south to Kenansville gas station at canoe creek rd. (Should be a blinking light) then turn right and see old FL town with 1880s hotel and stores. There are lake landings off of landings road at marked end of route. Continue on north on Canoe Creek Rd to visit old St Cloud (go to old downtown area for cafes and bars) then return east on 192 to Melbourne. Or return way you came. US 192 just east of town connects to old Melbourne highway which is another BBR route also.
This ride will take you through arguably the most beautiful sections of the Rocky Mountains as you follow a circular path through southwestern Colorado. You will pass through historic mining towns, national parks and forests and world-class ski resort areas. On this trip you will see the San Juan Mountains, home to many of Colorado's elite group of 14,000 foot mountain peeks. Along the way you will see red-rock canyons, lush river valleys, hot springs and majestic mountain peaks and an area known as the 'Switzerland of America.' Bottom line is GET READY TO BE TAKING A LOT OF PHOTOS ON THIS TRIP!!!.