Think past Daytona Beach and Sturgis. Way, way, past. A mere ocean or two away. Experts and beginners may look for awesome scenery and white-knuckle turns for the best motorcycle routes. What if you can have both? Or, maybe a leisurely run is more your style. Yep, you can have that, too.
There are more than 8 million registered motorcycles in the United States. The biggest question that owners face is where to travel during the spring, summer, and fall touring seasons.
Large motorcycle events like Daytona, Sturgis, and Harley-Davidson 115th Anniversary Celebration attract thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts every year. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the great motorcycle rides across the country!
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ChopperExchange has a new listing for a gorgeous vintage 1946 Harley-Davidson® Knucklehead. The motorcycle is located in the Sacramento area of California. It’s the 61 cubic-inch E model, has 20,000 miles, and it is priced at $25,000. Similar motorcycles in very good to excellent condition have been known to sell for $20,000 – $40,000. If you’re in the market for a vintage Knucklehead, this bike is worth checking out.
Owning a motorcycle is only enjoyable if you can actually ride, and for many riders weather can be the primary culprit of missed riding chances. Some riders may enjoy the excitement of riding in adverse weather conditions, but many more dread getting caught in the rain. So we’ve broken down the top 5 of the sunniest states for riders who want clear skies, dry roads, and warmer weather.