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Motorcycle Journeys Through North America

Motorcycle Journeys Through North America Author Dale Coyner
ISBN-10 1884313930
Release 2012-06-01
Pages 400
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Whether considering an ocean-to-ocean cross-country journey, a vacation ride through the Canadian Rockes, a full length tour of the Blue Ridge Parkway, or an ambitious Four-Corners ride, this new "big idea" guidebook provides the head start everyone needs to plan fun-filled motorcycle tours through the continental United States and Canada, with an emphasis on the very best roads and expert advice on when to go, what routes to select, areas to avoid, must-see attractions along the way, places to stay and eat, and of course, plenty of first-hand stories and hard-earned lessons.

Great American Motorcycle Tours

Great American Motorcycle Tours Author Gary McKechnie
ISBN-10 9781612385426
Release 2013-07-09
Pages 460
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You're a rider…an independent spirit who's reluctant to follow someone else's road map. But there are thousands of miles of road out there, and you could spend months searching for the best ones. Gary McKechnie has spent years exploring the nation by bike, and these are his top rides, from the rocky New England coast to the wide-open West. McKechnie covers popular rides through Hudson River Valley, Amish Country, the Smoky Mountains and Georgia Hills, Washington State, the Pacific Coast, and everything in-between. In this fifth edition of his best-selling guide, McKechnie includes: Exciting new photographs of rides like the Hudson River Ralley Run, the Pacific Coast Run, and the Red Rocks Run New tips on the best food, shopping, and nightlife you'll experience along the way Don't waste your valuable two-wheeled vacation. Instead, let Great American Motorcycle Tours be your guide.

Motorcycle Journeys through Western Europe

Motorcycle Journeys through Western Europe Author Toby Ballentine
ISBN-10 1884313825
Release 2010-11-01
Pages 384
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Europe is high on every motorcyclist's travel list because it has great roads, beautiful scenery, centuries of history, and is safe. A stumbling block can be the false perception that it costs too much and takes too much time to figure out exactly where to go. Ballentine shows that Europe by motorcycle can be affordable and doable by leading enthusiasts to the small towns and villages connected by interesting backroads through beautiful, unspoiled countryside. Each ride is based on a theme such as the running of the bulls in Spain, a D-Day tour in France, tulips and windmills in Holland, and a Band of Brothers tour from France to Austria. All are illustrated with stunning full-color photographs. Detailed maps and full route descriptions are included as well as practical information on where to rent motorcycles, driving customs, money, camping, inexpensive accommodations, and the best places to sample regional cuisine. It's a must-have book for anyone considering touring Europe by motorcycle and the perfect companion volume to John Hermann's popular Motorcycle Journeys through the Alps and Beyond, 4th Edition.

Motorcycle Journeys Through New England

Motorcycle Journeys Through New England Author Ken Aiken
ISBN-10 1884313272
Release 2013-06-15
Pages 352
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This all-new fourth edition of the most popular motorcycle touring guide to New England offers more suggested routes than ever, along with fully updated listings of motorcycle-friendly lodgings and great out-of-the-way restaurants. Motojournalist Ken Aiken leads two-wheeled travelers through twisty mountain passes and beautiful valley backroads to scenic, intriguing destinations in six key regions: the rugged Maine coast, the high notches of New Hampshire's White Mountains, the lush gaps of the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Lake Champlain region between upstate New York and Vermont, the rolling Berkshire hills of Massachusetts, and the coastal delights of Rhode Island and Connecticut. Aiken covers well-known motorcycle-touring roads like Vermont's Route 100, the Mohawk Trail, and the Kancamagus Highway, but his inclusion of little known regional roads frequented by local riders sets this guide apart from others. Altogether, Aiken has carefully plotted 28 trips for motorcyclists, most of them taking one day to complete. Multi-day tours can easily be created by linking adjacent trips. Each trip includes a detailed map and specific route directions. The trips are designed to accommodate various riding styles and audiences, from sightseeing two-up travelers to sport riders bending the curves. Vermont: the Marble Belt, Green Mountain Gaps, the Piedmont, the Northeast Kingdom, Lake Champlain New Hampshire: the Bronson Hills, Seacoast region, Lake Winnipesaukee, the White Mountains, Coos County Maine: Mid-coast, Mount Desert Island, Down East, the Great North Woods, Rangeley Lakes Massachusetts: the Berkshires, Mohawk Trail, Central region Connecticut: Litchfield Hills, Eastern Connecticut Rhode Island: the Gilded Age of Newport

Motorcycle Touring Bible

Motorcycle Touring Bible Author Fred Rau
ISBN-10 9781610590969
Release 2011-01-08
Pages 224
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Touring on a motorcycle has never been more popular than it is today, but with more and more people hitting the open road, a growing number are doing so without the proper skills and information they need to survive the ordeal. Far too often the trip of a lifetime turns into an unmitigated disaster, leading to expensive breakdowns, arrests, lost wages, broken limbs, death, and even, on more than one occasion, divorce. Most people who travel aboard motorcycles have learned these lessons the hard way, if they’ve survived long enough, but now readers of the Motorcycle Touring Bible can learn an easier way; they can learn from author Fred Rau’s mistakes rather than through the school of hard knocks.

Motorcycle Touring in the Southwest

Motorcycle Touring in the Southwest Author Christy Karras
ISBN-10 0762747439
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 327
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Thirty-four classic rides through the Southwest's quintessential scenes.

Motorcycle Journeys Through Atlantic Canada

Motorcycle Journeys Through Atlantic Canada Author Rannis Gillis
ISBN-10 1884313841
Release 2011-04-15
Pages 375
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One of the most popular destinations for North American motorcyclists is Nova Scotia and its famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. This new travel guide written by local motorcyclist and travel writer, Rannie Gillis, is the complete resource for any two-wheel traveler wanting to visit the high points of this beautiful part of Canada. The book covers not only Cape Breton Island and the Cabot Trail but also the rest of Nova Scotia, as well as the neighboring provinces of Labrador, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and eastern Quebec including the wild and wonderful Gaspe Peninsula. Each trip has a detailed route description, easy-to-follow maps, and unique photographs -- all brought to life by Gillis' informed and colorful narration. Local customs, history, tips for rider-friendly restaurants, ideas on unique lodging, comfortable campsites, and information on the border crossing between the US and Canada are included.

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Pacific Northwest

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Pacific Northwest Author Bruce Hansen
ISBN-10 9780760352694
Release 2016-10-01
Pages 320
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An important update to his very popular first edition, Hansen's enthusiasm for exploration comes through in this full-color, fully-detailed tribute and guide to the great roads of America's Pacific Northwest. Both visitors to the region and lifetime locals will enjoy and learn from the 30+ trips that Hansen has planned and perfected. Designed from top to bottom for motorcyclists, this new second edition includes topographical maps for each trip, specific directions, and tips on the best places to eat, sleep, and visit. Hansen guides motorcyclists through the areas around Seattle and Portland, up and down the coats of Washington, Oregon, and northern California, around the volcanos of Mt. Saint Helens, Mt. Hood, and Mt. Ranier, across the desert of Oregon, out to the San Juan Islands, and over the border into parts of British Columbia. Riders will see everything from the most interesting places in the region's history, to the hills, inlets, islands, and valleys that make the American Northwest a favorite among motorcycle enthusiasts.

Motorcycle Camping Made Easy

Motorcycle Camping Made Easy Author Bob Woofter
ISBN-10 1884313833
Release 2010-03-15
Pages 200
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More and more motorcyclists have taken to camping, both to reduce travel costs and to add an extremely enjoyable dimension to their adventures. This new second edition is loaded with up-to-date and practical information on how to plan a two-wheel camping trip, such as evaluating the bike for space and load-carrying capacity, what and where to look for in gear and how to use it, finding motorcycle-only campgrounds, planning and packing for the ultimate trip, dealing with "critters" at camp, learning the newest campfire cooking techniques, and even has some easy, tasty recipes to try. An extensive resource directory lists dozens of equipment suppliers to orient riders in the overwhelming sea of information available today on gear, luggage, clothing, and even trailers.

Riding America s Backroads

Riding America s Backroads Author Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN-10 PSU:000068150204
Release 2009
Pages 191
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This collection offers the results of years spent scouting the highways and byways of all 50 states--determining a final list of the 20 best motorcycle travel routes across the country. With rich text complementing breathtaking photography, this definitive resource details the premier sights, sounds, and activities of motorcycle travel.

Motorcycle Journeys Through California Baja

Motorcycle Journeys Through California   Baja Author Clement Salvadori
ISBN-10 1884313604
Release 2007-02-01
Pages 352
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This updated and expanded new edition guides you along some of the lesser-known motorcycling gems in California, as well as pointing the way to the unspoiled places of Mexico's Baja peninsula.

The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel 2nd Edition

The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel  2nd Edition Author Dale Coyner
ISBN-10 9780760352700
Release 2017-01-04
Pages 192
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Explains how to plan a motorcycle trip, recommends clothing and accessories, and offers tips on safety.

Motorcycle Journeys Through the American South

Motorcycle Journeys Through the American South Author Scott Cochran
ISBN-10 1884313612
Release 2007-03-15
Pages 288
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Take a fascinating journey through a region that still honors values and traditions handed down from generation to generation--and ride some of the best motorcycle roads south of the Mason-Dixon Line.

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Appalachians

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Appalachians Author Dale Coyner
ISBN-10 0760352682
Release 2016-10-01
Pages 336
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Amish farmers, bluegrass music, Elvis memorabilia, reminders of the War Between the States, the roots of America grow deep in the Appalachians. This completely updated new 3rd edition is a collection of 38 tours through Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia, and North Carolina, arranged around a series of base camps, with four or five rides plotted from the same spot for convenience and comfort. It features topographical maps for each trip, specific directions, and tips on the best places to eat, sleep, and visit.

The World s Great Adventure Motorcycle Routes

The World s Great Adventure Motorcycle Routes Author Robert Wicks
ISBN-10 1844259455
Release 2012-01-15
Pages 240
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This exciting book is an essential guide to more than 30 of the world’s best journeys for the adventure motorcyclist. The coverage for each route includes a first-hand account from someone who has made the trip together with comprehensive information on what to expect in terms of riding conditions, the best time to travel, choice of motorcycle, the history of the route, sights along the way, climate information and all kinds of other practical advice, all accompanied by top-class photography and detailed maps. This latest book in Haynes’ adventure motorcycling series will both inspire and inform.

Adventure Motorcycling Handbook

Adventure Motorcycling Handbook Author Chris Scott
ISBN-10 1905864469
Release 2012
Pages 384
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Presents a guide to planning and executing a selection of motorcycling adventures around the world, offering advice on dealing with culture shock, off-road riding, navigation, medical emergencies, and other issues that could arise.

AMA Ride Guide to America Volume 2

AMA Ride Guide to America Volume 2 Author American Motorcyclist Association
ISBN-10 1884313795
Release 2009-08-15
Pages 300
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From the corkscrew roads of California to the scenic mountain notches of New England, this second AMA Ride Guide to America from the American Motorcyclist Association reveals more enticing backroads that motorcyclists everywhere dream about. With topographic road maps and point-to-point route outlines for more than 40 different trips nationwide, riders can explore rocky shorelines, breathtaking canyonlands, majestic mountain peaks, and everything in between. Each trip is supplemented with descriptions of attractions along the way and recommendations for interesting places to stay and eat. Included are trips in the Pacific Northwest, California, the Rocky Mountains, the Southwest, the Midwest, Texas, the Appalachian Mountains, the American South, the mid-Atlantic region, and New England. Like Volume 1, this is a must-have travel book for those riders who long to take two wheels to the best of America's open roads.