Living near the Sierras we have a variety of great mountain roads to choose from. The other good resource is a website called Pashnit.com California Motorcycle Roads - Pashnit Motorcycle Tours Maps Passionate Scenic Rides Photos
Yeah, you lucky dogs out in the "left" coast don't really have to work too hard at this at all. Just get out and ride, great roads almost everywhere in NorCal!Living near the Sierras we have a variety of great mountain roads to choose from. The other good resource is a website called Pashnit.com California Motorcycle Roads - Pashnit Motorcycle Tours Maps Passionate Scenic Rides Photos
I meant "left" as in geography - not politics :02.47-tranquillity:That was funny "Left Coast" since the town I live in is likely one of the more "Right" leaning towns around. Many people fly the flag 24/7 and we have Main Street parades and other Mayberry type events that remind me of a better time.
Definitely worth a look for you people "across the pond" - very well done site.I live in the South of England, surrounded by water on all sides. There are lots of decent little roads, but I know most of them pretty well by now. However, they are the typical little English country roads the Scrambler was built for! I live 10 minutes from the Channel Tunnel, in fact I work in France. Lots of decent, deserted roads in Northern France, I can be there in less than 90 minutes from home, including check in at the tunnel ;-) Motortourer.com is a fairly new site, Europe based with some nice routes. An old colleague of a friend has srarted it up, worth a look ;-)
Texas, right?I have been meaning to pick up a paper map of our area because for some reason I just really like paper maps over mobile sites. Paper doesn't need to acquire a signal or have service to work.
I will dig in to these sites though. Looks like some great content. Thanks tonyjuliano!
Oh, there are much better ways than just leaving it to chance - but I do take occasional trips where I just turn off on any interesting road I see.I am up the road from you tony, in the poconos. I go north and west some nice roads or I head onto new York. I just ride and find them
will do thatOh, there are much better ways than just leaving it to chance - but I do take occasional trips where I just turn off on any interesting road I see.
I ride through your area a lot - one of my favorite riding areas is the western part of Catskill Park.
Hit ne up sometime, I'll show you the good stuff.
Sounds like you never have visited West Virginia.Unfortunately, road planners don't normally make curvy roads for fun..
Well, WV has HILLS!Sounds like you never have visited West Virginia.
They build roads around trees there!