LATIGO CANYON - CA
TRAIL RIDGE RD - CO
RUSSELL HWY - GA
LOLO PASS - ID
HELLS CANYON - ID
BLUE RIDGE PKWY - NC/VA
TWISTED SISTERS - TX
HURRICANE RIDGE - WA
7 MILE BRIDGE - FL
LOMBARD ST - CA
PACIFIC COAST HWY - CA
SADDLE ROAD - HI
TUNNEL OF TREES - MI
SEAWAY TRAIL - NY
ROUTE 66 - USA
Arizona's Coronado Trail dates back to the mid-1500s when Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado searched endlessly for the mythical site: The Seven Cities of Cibola. Today the roads boasts camp grounds, bed & breakfasts, the Sipe White Mountain Wildlife Area and hundreds of switchbacks for your touring enjoyment.
Angeles Crest Highway is truly an escape from L.A. The route is rural, and no large trucks are allowed, thus giving you a free and enjoyable ride nearly all year long. Gorgeous woodlands and vast overlooks make the ride a beautiful one; the curves make it thrilling. Consider stopping at the famous Mount Wilson Observatory or re-imagine scenes from the cult classic "Donnie Darko" which was partially filmed on this highway.
This road needs little introduction. It is the highest road in the USA, it is challenging, it is dangerous, and the scenery will take your breath away. Yes, the speed limits are low, but an early morning ride on this road will stay in your memory banks for eternity.
Not just a road; it's a true adventure! Challenge your wits on the gorgeous, but nerve-wracking, Uncompahgre Gorge and then climb to the top of the roads Red Mountain Pass. If you're into scenery, this is the road for you. Road quality is better than most mountain passes and this one is plowed in the winter...conquer it in the powder if you dare.
The Going-to-the-Sun road is the only road that traverses Montana's Glacier National Park, and it competes with the greatest roads on Earth with its incredible scenery, twists and turns, and the excitement from the relatively thin road with vast drop-offs. Be sure to hit this road early in the morning or at dusk; the traffic gets intense at mid-day.
The Beartooth Highway runs from Red Lodge to the entrance of Yellow Stone National Park, but the main attraction of this rode is the Beartooth Pass. The Pass reaches 10,947 and has scenery that will surpass your imagination, beautiful pavement, and plenty of fun turns. Not only is this road Konkr-worthy, but it is truly vacation worthy for the whole family.
Silky smooth pavement, endless curves, and overlooks with spanning views make the Cherohala Skyway one of the best roads in the USA. This region of the Smoky Mountains allows you to konkr the road all year long, but beware of congestion in the summer and ice in the dead of winter.
The Dragon is arguably the most famous road on our list, and rightfully so. The skill level for motorcyclists and drivers is immense, as the 318 extremely tight curves occur at a machine gun rate. Due to the area's temperate climate, you can most likely konkr The Dragon year around. However, driving the road in the spring will be more free-flowing due to less traffic, and the temperatures will be comfortable as well. In the fall you have the benefits of the Spring, but will also have the beautiful pleasure of seeing the thousands of leaves change.
NOTE: DO NOT RIDE THIS ROAD IF YOU ARE NEW TO MOTORCYCLING