Some Colorado Motorcycle Tours I’ve done
If you’re looking for some great Colorado Motorcycle Touring destinations, let me point you in the right direction. I’ll show you some rides that are a couple hours or a full day and some that are a couple day’s (at least) that will satisfy you needs for saddle time, wind therapy and scenery.
I’ll breakdown some of the places I’ve gone and give you route’s with times, distance’s and stops
Here is a great Fall Season Day Ride:
I-70 to Georgetown to Guanella Pass Rd (381)
Over Guanella Pass to 285 south (right)
Over Kenosha Pass to Fairplay to Hwy 9 (right)
Over Hoosier Pass
Through Breckenridge to Squaw Mountain Road (right – around Dillon Res) to Hwy 6 (right)
Over Loveland Pass to I-70 east back to Golden
Here is a Great 3 Day Tour:
Montrose, Ouray, and Durango for theWeekend!
Day 1 – Golden to Montrose: 4 h 37 min (254 miles)
Day 2 – Montrose/Durango/Dove Creek/Montrose: 6hr 45min / 328 miles
Day 3 – Montrose to Golden: 6 h 40 min (346 miles)
This is just a very small sample of the many tours I’ve taken in Colorado. I will show you routes that are close to Denver along the Rocky Mountain Front Range, I’ll show you places Up North, Down South, East and West that will just fill your senses!
Have you ever rode your motorcycle over a 10, 11, 12,000 Ft pass before? I have done many and let me tell you, there is nothing like reaching the summit of one and seeing the view to be had! Ears are popping, the air is thin, and the temperature will be chilled, but you’ll barely be able to pay attention to it because of the raw beauty that will before your eyes! It’s like being on top of the world!
I will take you on rides to the top of Mt. Evans and Pikes Peak that are over 14,000 ft above sea level, and I will take you to the beautiful valleys below so you can experience the vast beauty of Colorado like I do. Well, I’ll do the best I can to make you feel like you’ve been there, but in order to really experience and enjoy Colorado you’re going to just have to come out here and visit!
There is a lot more to come! Check back soon and check back often!
Be Safe, Have Fun and Ride On!