Motorcycle Tours in 2020

Texas Tour

Okay, Texas is really hot and really humid and you might think your tires are melting to the asphalt while riding, but there are plenty of things to do and places to go where you can beat the heat and enjoy what Texas has to offer!

California Coastal Tour – Bucket List Ride

Riding the California Coastline has been on my bucket list for decades and this tour did not disappoint.

An Over-Night Getaway – Craig, CO

Sometimes I just need to go for a ride and to get away to check out something new for a couple days so I headed Northwest to see the Dinosaur National Monument and ended up rolling down the Tarantula Highway!

Read the full post and all about “Tarantula Highway

Three Day Tour to Pagosa Springs and Ouray Colorado

This journey will take you through the Southwest Region where I stayed the night in Pagosa Springs and then the following day rode to Durango, Silverton, and stopped in Ouray, CO for the night. The next day I took the long way home (the best way) and went into the Northwest Region through Grand Mesa. I planned, mapped, and reserved hotel using all the resources from this website!

Read the full post at “Southwest and Northwest Colorado – Pagosa Springs”

Three Day Tour to Gunnison and Glenwood Springs Colorado

Cottonwood Pass, Gunnison, Black Canyons of the Gunnison, Colorado National Monument, Glenwood Springs and Independence Pass were the destionations on this 3 day tour in Colorado. This tour covered areas of the Southwest and Northwest Regions of Colorado, AND I did all the planning, mapping, and reservations using all the resources from this website!

Read The Full Post “Southwest and Northwest Colorado

South Central Colorado

South Central Colorado has some great places to visit, Alamosa is one of them. This is the first over-niter I’ve been able to do since the COVID-19 lock-down. The Great Sand Dunes have just Re-opened so I thought I’d go check it out. The hotels are open, I stayed at the Best Western, and some restaurants are open with restrictions. I did all the planning, mapping, and reservations using all the resources from this website!

Read the Full Post “South Central Colorado

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8 Replies to “Motorcycle Tours in 2020”

  1. I always loved road trips, and looking at your motorcycle tours made me feel motivated to experience again when the lockdown is over.

    Many Thanks for sharing this amazing information with beautiful visuals.

    All the best
    Habib

  2. Thank you so much for this informative article! I love motorcycles (I’ve just recently learned how to ride one) and definitely want to take a road trip in the near future. Several of my friends live in the Denver area (I live in Illinois), and I’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity (and weather conditions) to visit them and enjoy the open roads. You have given me more than a few ideas for a great time! Great read! God bless you!

  3. Hello – Your tour sounds very scenic and enjoyable. I hope you will share more photos with your posts. It seems like you know the places to travel to, and what kind of road conditions are the norm for that time of year. I hope you continue to take these trips often and let us enjoy your travel through your posts and photos. I look forward to your next one.

    1. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment Nancy! I’ll keep riding and posting if you and other visitors keep coming back to check for updates.

    1. Thank you checking out the website Diane! I have heard of the Brew Train before but didn’t even know it was Durango thing! I will have to check it out sometime.

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