Motorcycle rides in US


Riding on a bike in highway is every boy’s passion. They feel something unique while travelling by motorcycle. They feel enhanced sense of freedom while travelling on curvy road. You could never get so close to nature's beauty from inside a car.

 Here are the great motorcycle rides in the U.S:


# Pacific Coast Highway, Carmel to Morro Bay: California

A scenic roadway like no other, the Big Sur section of California’s coastal highway offers a smorgasbord of treats: crashing surf, towering redwood forests, seal-dotted beaches, and enough curves to keep you contented end to end. This cliff-hugging ribbon stretches 120 miles and has frequent turnouts for enjoying the stellar views. It’s enough to whet your appetite for more, and that's no problem


# Peak to Peak Highway: Colorado

This highway is 60 miles long, but this ride combines sensational twisties with some of the finest scenery that Mother Nature can offer. You’ll marvel at dazzling Rocky Mountain vistas as you crest the Continental Divide through the heart of Rocky Mountain National Park. The road scythes into glacier-cut valleys and switchbacks up through thick forests to reach alpine meadows—gloriously ablaze in Monet colors in springtime.


# Blue Ridge Parkway: North Carolina and Virginia

This iconic mountain route is on almost every serious motorcyclist’s must-do list. The northern section, in Virginia, passes Civil War battle sites as it ambles through bucolic countryside. Farther south you climb into the Great Smoky Mountains is renowned for its sweeping curves and arresting scenery. A compulsory 45-mile-per-hour speed limit means that you have time to savor the views that reach North Carolina. For a longer ride, take the 105-mile Skyline Drive through Virginia’s Shenadoah National Park; the drive links to the parkway. 


# Tail of the Dragon: North Carolina and Tennessee

The most famous road of US and it whips up 318 tight curves in just 11 miles and could well claim to be the number one motorcycle ride in the country for sheer exhilaration. Touring enthusiasts and die-hard sport-bike riders make a beeline for this road to test their cornering skills. Fortunately, no trucks are allowed. The road spans Deal’s Gap at the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. This highway is 68-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 212 and it is the perfect definition of what a great bike ride should be, with dozens of hairpins and switchbacks.

# Going-to-the-Sun Road: Montana

Remote and accessible solely in summer, this epic 50-mile stretch is a holy grail for serious riders. The up-and-down thriller has more twists and turns than a soap opera drama. It transcends Glacier National Park, climbing 3,000 feet from Lake Mc Donald to the 6,646-foot summit at Logan Pass.