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OBS’s Places To Ride Your Motorcycle This Summer, Part II

Route _66

In our last blog, we asked you all what were your favorite places for summer motorcycle riding. We received several suggestions from the Florida Keys all the way to Vancouver Island. There are so many gorgeous motorcycle riding destinations across the plains and mountains of the United States. Here's a list of other OBS-approved motorcycle destinations.   

Route _66

Route 66. Also known as the Main Street of America, Route 66 is the perfect motorcycle riding route.  The road runs from the Midwest (Chicago, Illinois) to the West (Los Angeles, California)--it's a straight shot. But don't forget to stop at the Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Oklahoma. You'll learn some fun facts about this famous motorcycle route.      

Yellowstone

Bear Tooth Pass. Just north out of Yellowstone, Bear Tooth Pass, is a National Scenic Byways All-American Road. This location can easily win the best scenic route in America with Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains as backdrops.

Crazy _Horse _Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial. Yes, there's more to South Dakotathan Mount Rushmore. There's also the Crazy Horse Memorial.Built to honor Native Americans, this masterpiece was built in the likeness of Lakota leader Crazy Horse, a warrior against territorial invasion. A must see for any motorcycle ride.

Devils _Tower

DevilsTower. Did you know the Devils Tower is the first declared United States National Monument? Located in Wyoming, this mystic laccolith was the focal point for Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind.  Just start by heading west on US Highway 16 to Newcastle, WY.

Now that we've provided our top motorcycle destinations, it's time to rev up your motorcycles' engines. Remember, you can use our Cycle Fuel System Supreme to get more mileage and keep your engine clean. Follow our Pinterest boards  for more Original photos.

Photo credits as follows:

Devil's Tower: www.allblackhills.com
Crazy Horse Memorial: www.cnn.com
Route 66: www.rv-trips.com
Yellowstone: www.fhwa.dot.gov                         

                                    

Written by Lisa Petrocelli at 12:00 PM

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