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Published On 8/3/2015
These are all great roads and on your list some of them might even be among the top ten. They are unranked meaning that any of them could be the #11 on my list. I’ll have a few words about each and try to let you know why they didn’t make my top ten.
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Published On 6/15/2015
My ninth ranked road is the combination of three roads in Canada (Canada 1, 93 and 95) so once again we are stretching the definition of America to include all of North America.
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Published On 6/7/2015
My eighth ranked road is the Trail Ridge Road in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park.
This road seems to make everyone’s top ten list. Some even list it as number 1. I had to subtract some points from it just because it is so heavily traveled by tourists many of whom are driving campers.
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Published On 5/28/2015
My seventh ranked road is the Overseas Highway or if you aren’t familiar with that name it is the highway that connects Miami to Key West. This portion of US1 connects most of the Florida Keys to Key West, the city that most known as Earnest Hemmingway’s favorite place.
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Published On 5/17/2015
My sixth ranked road is Utah Highway 12 specifically Escalante to Torrey.
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Published On 5/17/2015
A report on the 50 CC Quest that I completed on April 26, 2015.
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Published On 5/4/2015
To add my fifth ranked road I must cheat a little on my own definition of the list as American roads. So the cheat is to define America as North America. So now we are all OK with adding this magnificent Canadian road, eh? We just might have to do this again before the list is complete, eh?
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Published On 4/4/2015
The Going to the Sun Road traverses Glacier National Park in Montana. The 52 mile road bisects the park east and west. The Going to the Sun Road is aptly named for the steep inclines of the road that eventually lead across 6,646 foot Logan Pass and afford breathtaking views of Mount Siyeh (10,014 feet), Cataract Peak (8,180 feet), the Piegan Mountains (9,220 feet), and the road’s namesake, Going to the Sun Mountain (9,642 feet). The scenery is simply spectacular.
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Published On 3/28/2015
My third highest rated road is the Pacific Coast Highway. The majority of this iconic road is in California but as US101 it extends all the way from San Clemente, CA to Discovery Bay, WA. With a length of approximately 1,600 miles it is the longest of all the roads in my list.
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Published On 3/13/2015
My second highest rated road is the San Juan Skyway in Colorado. Durango is the start and finish of one of the best loops you will ever ride.
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Published On 3/3/2015
Practically every bike magazine and web site has at one time or another published their own list of the top roads. All the lists are a little different. Some list many of the same roads, but in a different order. Some add a different road and leave another out.
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Club Meeting

Published On 8/10/2015
Another Big Ride is history and we have another story to tell.
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Published On 7/5/2015
My tenth ranked road is Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. This 105 mile road is practically in our back yard. I rank it ahead of the Blue Ridge Parkway because so much of the Skyline Drive allows you to look long and hard into the Shenandoah Valley without even pulling off into a scenic view parking lot. You just ride and look all at the same time.
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Published On 8/2/2014
Ride Report
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Published On 9/10/2013
Membership Meeting Report
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Club Ride

Published On 4/10/2015
Recap of the March Club Ride
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Ride Report

Published On 9/7/2015
When riders are discussing the greatest roads for motorcycling in the United States, names like "Blue Ridge Parkway", "Tail of the Dragon", and "Bear Tooth Pass" usually surface to the top. But rarely does "Coronado Trail" ever get mentioned.
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