Featured Motorcycle Street Rides
Fairbanks to Deadhorse Dalton Highway
Ride Distance: 495 miles
The ride from Fairbanks to Deadhorse on Alaska's Dalton Highway is treacherous endeavour that only the most skilled and well prepared motorcycle riders should attempt. If you are one of them though, be prepared to have an amazing time in the most remote area of the United States.
Fayetteville Highway 16
Ride Distance: 260 miles
The ride from Searcy to Siloam Springs is one that starts in the northern central part of Arkansas and ends close to the state line of Oklahoma. With several places to stop along the way to rest and fill up with gas, there are really no worries on this ride, except maybe the bugs and squirrels.
Fenwick Island to Dewey Beach
Fenwick Island, DE
Ride Distance: 16 miles
This ride takes you along the Atlantic coastline of Deleware along Highway 1. You will pass through the beautiful Delaware Seashore State Park along the way.
Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop
Fergus Falls, MN
Ride Distance: 165 miles
The Fergus Falls Otter Tail Loop is a long and scenic ride through the heart of Central Minnesota. The roads aren't as epic as the scenery but you'll enjoy this long day in the saddle.
Key Largo, FL
Ride Distance: 100 miles
A motorcycle ride through the Florida Keys may not sound like the best way to spend a few days but the fact is that this is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state. Relax and enjoy this ride.
Fort Kent Loop
Fort Kent, ME
Ride Distance: 140 miles
The Fort Kent Loop starts and stops on the edge of the northern frontier this town was once the original outpost created at the start of the Aroostock War and is now a historic monument. The ride may be bland but the scenery & history should make up for it.
Fort Mountain to Dahlonega Loop
Ride Distance: 132 miles
The Fort Mountain to Dahlonega Loop will start off as wild ride through Fort Mountain State Park then continuse along the edge of the Rich Mountain Wilderness Area. This is an epic Georgia motorcycle ride.
Four Bears Scenic Byway
Ride Distance: 100 miles
The Four Bears Scenic Byway is a North Dakota motorcycle ride that will take you through the Little Missouri River Breaks and Badlands for a ride through the history of this region.
Gaffney North Sumpter Loop
Ride Distance: 130 miles
The Gaffney North Sumpter Loop features a pair of popular South Carolina motorcycle roads. Highway 105 and Highway 18 are both nice flowing roads without many treacherous turns.
Garberville to Shelter Cove
Ride Distance: 25 miles
Between Garberville and Shelter Cove are what seems like 200 turns along Briceland Thorn Road so make sure you have good tires before you set off on this little ride.
Gold Hill to Roseburg
Gold Hill, OR
Ride Distance: 164 miles
Gold Hill is located next to the Ben Hur Lampman State Park and this ride will take you past Lost Creek Lake and takes you through the Joseph Stewart State Recreation Area and into the Rogue River National Forest and passing by Diamond Lake in the Umpqua National Forest before ending in Roseburg.
Gold Rush Byway
This scenic byway takes you along the Nebraska panhandle on historic State Highway 385. This stretch of road is rich with Nebraska gold mining history.