The 5 Best Motorcycle Roads In America

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The bikers at BikeBandit have assembled this list of the five best roads in America, complete with maps and weather data. What are you waiting for? Get out and ride them.

  • TimBL

    To put text and images on a webpage, you combined them all into an 1100×5844 pixel bitmap, saved it as a JPEG (!!), and then because this obviously would make any links unusable, you added them back as 2D barcodes?

    This is just painful. I guess I should be thankful you didn’t write it in braille.

    • JP made the image, not RideApart.

  • Phoneix_Ikki

    Guess ACH is not good enough for this list…

    • Marie Delgado

      By far, my favorite road.

  • carbureted

    Pretty cool. I understand that they’re trying to get people to use technology with the barcodes, but it sure would be nice to have the route number posted in there somewhere. I like my smart phone, but I hate relying on it to do everything…

  • Scottie Ray Smith

    “Heavily Trafficked by Deer”….yes, and if you come to my home state to ride you will be dumbfounded how many people ride with protective bandanas and no proper gear. Off my soapbox…we do have many other roads that equal or better Push Mountain though.

    • Steve West

      Hey Scottie, tell me more about the other roads. I’m thinking about riding 12 hrs from Atlanta to Eureka Springs for a day or two of riding. Don’t have much in the way of details yet because it’s going to really be dependent on the weather. Email me ambientspeed AT gmail com

  • alex

    lol – they basicly just typed best roads into the search bar and wrote down the results – the cleveland loop lords over the palomar loop – and places like frazier park and GRR are much more interesting

  • shabazzdazz

    Let’s be happy they didn’t list the ‘real’ best roads, cause they go from best to worst real quick when the masses arrive…

  • Justin McClintock

    Should have listed motard as the best bike for the Dragon on the weekdays.

  • HoldenL

    I’m glad they didn’t tell anyone about Charlie’s Creek Road/Silversteen Road. Or the 276/BRP/215 loop. Or Wayah Road. Or the short but sweet NC 151. Those places are secret.

    • twm1010

      Now you did, good job!

    • Steve West


  • EscapeTheApple

    Nice list. We just finished The Dragon and The Snake. In Arkansas now and making our way to Cali from NYC.

  • BobasBounty

    I haven’t made it over to Push yet. The Pig Trail is lauded as about the best thing around Arkansas though. When BBB comes to town, I think everyone’s max speed through it is about 10 MPH…. Interestingly enough, when I got a bike this past October, a friend with many riding years under his belt decided we needed to take the trip to Eureka from Bentonville. At the time I hadn’t actually hit 3 digits on the odometer of my CB500F.

    Needless to say, it was absolutely horrifying. Talk about a trial by fire! It didn’t help that he had been down that road a hundred times, and even on a cruiser, never seemed to dip below 90mph. Nonetheless, it was a pretty good primer. I love the roads around NW and NE Arkansas. They are AMAZING for learning how to engine brake, what speeds you need to take corners at, etc. My commute is pretty much a nap in very short order after going on a few trips to roads within 30 miles of the house!!