Riding alongside cars on the road is the classic path of motorcycles. But taking a motorcycle out on the open road of a national park can be so freeing. Take a look at some of the following national parks to ride your motorcycle in to gain a new perspective of nature on the road.
Ride along the snowy mountain tops of Glacier National Park in Montana
This gorgeous national park in Montana has the greatest mountain views. Ride your motorcycle through the winding roads and breathtaking blue skies. Drive through the mountains at a slow, steady pace to enjoy the natural beauty of this park.
Drive the full 105 miles of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia
With a drive stretching a full 105 miles, this national park has incredible views, snaking through the Blue Ridge Mountains. There are 70 overlooks along the way, so take this leisurely ride to stop and embrace the surrounding, all-encompassing beauty of the bright blue skies and mountain peaks.
Take on the heat of Joshua Tree National Park in California
Get ready for a short, but hot ride through this California national park. Go for a quick, relaxed drive, but be sure to bring plenty of water. You can find various different vista points, or ride off onto the dirt roads and immerse yourself in the dry desert air. This two hour drive is perfect for a quick ride in the California sunshine.
No matter where you choose to ride, drive with caution
Although these mountainous views are quite beautiful, it is important to drive cautiously in unfamiliar territories. Safety is the most important thing when riding a motorcycle. Be sure to wear a helmet and be wary of unexpected bumps in the road – literally.
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