Being a rider means that you can go anywhere you want. You can just hit the open road and be one with the Mother Nature. Once you get yourself a two-wheeler and meet local bikers, all of them will say the same thing – being a biker means that you’re free! Today, we’re going to talk about stunning locations every rider simply needs to see. Therefore, if you want to taste your freedom and enjoy some of the most breathtaking places on Earth, make sure to consider these 4 wonderful locations next time you start planning your motorcycle road trip.
Hudson Valley, New York
This is, without a doubt, a truly magnificent location that all biker men and biker women out there need to experience. It’s located only 90 minutes outside New York and the roads are perfect for a bike ride. Hudson Valley stretches all the way from Yonkers in the south up to Albany in the north. That’s about 80 miles of breathtaking views and scenic routes. Besides the lovely Hudson River, you can also enjoy the numerous restaurants, wineries, and lovely villages.
Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia
If you want to see one of the most majestic mountain views in the eastern United States, you simply need to check out the Blue Ridge Parkway. These roads are made for adventurous riders. Also, if you’re an admirer of the glorious Virginia countryside, this road is definitely perfect for you. There are no trucks in this area, so you’ll be able to enjoy your ride without distractions and risks. There’s a 45 mph speed limit, so you’ll have the chance to really savor the magnificent scenery. Blue Ridge Parkway is a wonderful choice if prefer to ride alone.
The Outskirts Of Las Vegas, Nevada
You can access these outskirts by taking the highways 167 and 169. These two roads connect the three breathtaking locations every rider has to see – Valley of Fire National park, Lake Mead, and Hoover Dam. Compared to the noisy city of Las Vegas, these attractions will look a bit deserted. Since you’re in the desert, this shouldn’t trouble you. On the contrary, you should enjoy the difference between the flashy “Sin City” and the beautiful and peaceful desert landscapes. If you decide to visit this part of Nevada, make sure to avoid winter months because it gets rather cold there during that time of the year.
The Grand Canyon, Arizona
Seeing the Grand Canyon is every person’s dream, but driving your motorcycle all the way up to this wonder of nature is an exquisite experience. Start your trip at the Grand Canyon Village and enjoy the magnificent view while driving alongside the glorious abyss. If you want to avoid the crowds and the noise, you should definitely visit the North Rim. You can camp in the wilderness or you can book a room in the Grand Canyon Lodge, but make sure to do that in advance, because they are almost always full.