Take a 660 mile tour of beautiful northern Arizona before riding into the Grand Canyon. This ride has it all, open desert to twisty mountain passes. Best done in 4 days or longer to allow for sightseeing and exploration. Mostly high country, best done late spring to early fall due to snow at higher elevations. 4 National Forests, Prescott, Coconino, Kaibab and Tonto. See the Grand Canyon, Prescott, Jerome, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Flagstaff, Mormon Lake, Happy Jack, Strawberry/Pine and Payson.
Tombstone and Bisbee
Explore Southern Arizona's unique charm and the history of the Wild West. Take the back roads through open desert. Best done late fall, winter and early spring to beat the heat of summer. Historic Tombstone and Bisbee, the OK Corral, Museums, Shopping, Restaurants and Mine Tours.
Enjoy this quick 50 mile ride to one of Arizona's beautiful lakes and the fantastic scenery of the Tonto National Forest. Short local ride through Cave Creek with restaurants and shopping. Beautiful desert scenery and Saguaros. Good, quick way to get out of the city any time of year.
Prescott, Jerome and Sedona
Sedona the scenic way. Open desert, mountain passes and forests. Allow 5 hours for this route to Sedona or more if you take time to explore historic Jerome or Prescott. High country riding best done late spring to early fall. Great summer escape from the desert heat.
Grand Canyon - Direct Route
Enjoy a 230 mile ride to one of the World's most amazing destinations. Quickest route to Arizona's most spectacular scenery. High elevation make the trip best for late spring to early fall. Through Flagstaff and Williams on old Route 66. Make reservations early if you plan to stay at the Grand Canyon or in Tusayan at the entrance of the National Park.