Amazing winding route from Berkley MD all the way to Pagoda Skyline PA
Amazing route through Berkley MD --> Lancaster PA --> King of Prussia. Good scenic route!
Really nice mountainous route near Zion Grove and Old Mine Road. Some nice curves to keep you engaged!
When you get onto Kettle Rd, has a lot of crazy turns. Then is get straight with some turns. Watch out for horse and buggies!! Then once you get to Spruce Creek, there are some turns in that area. Then you have a nice open ride with farms everywhere until you get to Pine Grove. Then it opens up again to a lot of farms again. When you get to Boalsburg, there are several places to eat either right in town or out on the main highway. Then when coming back, use Rt 45 until you get to Pine Grove and then take Rt 26 up over the mountain and it goes right to Huntingdon, PA. I mess up the once place after coming down the mountain. Just stay on Rt26. If you want to head out to Rt22 on the on the west side of Huntingdon you can go onto Rt 305 and it takes you through Petersburg onto Alexandria right out to Rt 22. If you need some gas take the other way to go to Sheetz or other gas stations in Huntingdon.
Meet at Sheetz. Cruise through suburbia, swing by narcissi winery and head north on back country roads. Skirt around saxonburg and then across route 8 to Evans City and up to Harmony Inn for lunch.
This trip starts and ends at the cemetery at SR 350 and SR 3036, is mostly rural roads with only 22 miles of interstate driving.
A lot of winding roads that you can get some great corners in.
loop in the back country road of Wilkes-Barre
A great bikers haven. Lots of bikes to see, an outdoor venue with band, bar, and BBQ.
A lot of curves! Nice views
A lot of curves with good road surface
North of toronto. stay the night to enjoy the scenery.
Nice road, great scenery!
B/w Millertown rd. and 487
Start at the Scheetz on Route 220. Head up the mountain towards Snowshoe. Watch the right turn to stay on Rt 144 along the ridge to down into Renovo. When hiking or taking a break along the ridge keep your eyes peeled for rattle snakes!
Now follow the river for a winding road all the way back to Lock Haven.
This route takes you from Dunnville, at Muddy the Catfish http://www.dunnvillemudcat.com through Stromness with the Feeder Canal running on your right side. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Welland_Canal You ride past some of the many wind turbines in Haldimand county. A nice trip along the Lake Erie shoreline is next. The last section of the ride involves an old mill on the shoreline of Port Colborne, as you approach you can see big windows that fill the road view ahead, but as you get closer the old mill gets smaller and smaller.... something to do with the rise of the land and the limited view... nevertheless a cool site!