Having a motorcycle to get around on a day-to-day basis is a great way to save money on gas, but you won't get the most out of your stylish ride unless you take it out on a few adventures during its lifetime. No matter where you live in the United States, breathtaking views aren't too far away. So whether you have a motorcycle or are looking for motorcycles for sale in Greensboro, adventure is just around the corner. If you need some ideas, here are some of the best scenic routes in America that are definitely worth experiencing on 2 wheels.
Pacific Coast Highway, California
The Pacific Coast Highway will lead you to take in the sights of California, from San Diego to Mendocino County. Top sights include Hearst Castle, Big Sur, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Redwood National Park. Riding along the coast on a bike will allow you to take in the salty sea air without a care in the world.
Route 550, Colorado
This route runs from New Mexico to Colorado, but a 25-mile stretch in Colorado is referred to as the Million Dollar Highway that will take you through mountain passes and avalanche chutes. Because of Colorado's harsh winters, this route should only be ridden by motorcycle between the months of April and October.
Beartooth Highway, Montana and Wyoming
If you want to experience one of the most diverse ecosystems in the country that you can see from the road, Beartooth Highway will do just that while leading to the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Due to weather, the highway is only open seasonally.
U.S. Route 12, Lolo Pass, Idaho and Montana
Lolo pass is the highest point of Lolo Trail between Montana and Idaho. Lewis and Clark crossed the pass on their journey westward, and there is no shortage of historic landmarks to see along the way.
Washington Route 129 and Oregon Route 3
Crossing the Oregon/Washington border, you'll find the perfect road full of twists and turns while you move up in elevation among mountains and valleys.
Cherohala Skyway, North Carolina and Tennessee
The Cherohala Skyway's motto is "a drive above the clouds", and you will feel like you're doing just that. Travel around curves and see mountain peaks on this 40-mile stretch that connects these 2 scenic Southern states.
Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina
One of America's most famous roads, experiencing this nearly 500-mile stretch is a must-do if you own a motorcycle. It connects the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and offers hiking, camping, and diverse natural beauty.
U.S. Route 33, Harrisonburg, Virginia, to Seneca Rocks, West Virginia
The section of this route from West Virginia to Virginia will take you through the George Washington National Forest, the Potomac Highlands Region, and around many bends that will allow you to enjoy American history at its finest.
Natchez Trace Parkway, from Natchez, Mississippi., to Nashville, Tennessee
The United States may be less than 300 years old, but the history of the land goes back thousands of years. This path was used by American Indians, settlers, and even future presidents. Top sights along the way include Jeff Busby Little Mountain, Buzzard Roost Spring, and Jackson Falls.
If you want to get started on this list of roads, just gas up your bike and prepare for an adventure you won't soon forget. If you're still looking for a bike of your own, there are many motorcycles for sale in Greensboro that will fit your style, no matter what that style may be.
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