Enjoy riding many GPS motorcycle routes without the hassle of spending many hours planning it. Just (re)load and take off!
Many motorcycle enthusiasts own a GPS and know how to operate it for simple A to B navigation, but creating round trips of several hundreds of miles can be a challenging task for those who do not master specific mapping software. Downloading routes is a time saving option, however editing to your liking is still needed in most cases which can be even more daunting.
There are countless so-called best motorcyclist routes to be found on the internet, but many consist of just one twisty and perfectly paved road. Riding it over and over again in both directions might get your average speed increased and your kneepads worn down, but for me and many others this is not the perfect riding day at all.
As I love to create the most scenic and exciting GPS biker routes for myself and others for more than 15 years, I am known as an expert in this matter. In my spare time, I plot new routes in countries where I would like to ride in future. To finance my future rides, I decided to build this website to introduce myself to you and to sell my routes.
I started last year with this favorite motorcyclists dream country. Why? Well... A few years ago I got a chance to briefly meet its diversity of landscapes, its history and culture, its proud and kind "Hi, how are you?" and "Nice to meet you!" people, its tasty local food and of course its roads. I crossed California, Arizona and Nevada in eleven days (3,000 miles) and fell in love with all of it from day one. I made a promise to myself that I must return some day to really submerge myself, experience the American way of life and make new friends.
In each state I create 1-day round trips with distances between 80 and 400 miles without riding a road twice. Mountains and winding wooded roads are always interesting for us as bikers, but also areas with at first sight little challenge, can be just as beautiful and surprising. This and ambiguous situations I check online using satellite images from Google Earth, Maps and StreetView, which takes considerable time but it is well worth it in the end. I started in Washington and worked my way from top to bottom and from left to right. On average it takes 1 to 2 hours - depending on the road coverage - until I'm satisfied with the result.
Check out the Routes USA-page.