AMA Ride Guide to America Volume 2

More Favorite Motorcycle Tours in the USA

AMA Ride Guide to America Volume 2
$24.95
Format: Paperback / softback, 300 Pages
ISBN: 9781884313790
Publisher: Whitehorse Press
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Description

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.

The author

These trips and travelogues have been assembled from the experts in the motorcycle touring world by the AMA. Contributing authors include: Clement Salvadori, Dr. Gregory Frazier, Bill Kresnak, Lance Oliver, Bill Andrews, Scott Cochran, Pat Thompson, Bill Wood, Toby Ballentine, Grant Parsons, Marty Berke, Dale Coyner, Neal Davis, and Bruce Hansen. Each author has contributed some of his favorite rides from the section of the country that he knows best.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 300 Pages
ISBN: 9781884313790
Illustrations: 300 color maps & photos
Size: 6.125 in x 9 in x 0.625 in / 155.57 mm x 228.6 mm x 15.875 mm
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