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Touring Nevada on a Motorcycle

Touring Nevada on a Motorcycle
By Lance Winslow

One of the greatest states to tour on a motorcycle would have to be the Great State of Nevada, as there are so many excellent roads, mountainous terrain and straight flat roads to really open it up with no one around for miles. There are places to ride along the Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and out across the desert at full tilt.

Perhaps my most memorable rides in Nevada have been across Hwy 50 and really the fun starts heading East not more than about 25-30 miles past Fallon Nevada and you leave the Naval Air Station Area and open it up for a wild and fun ride. Scenic is an understatement and the road is a motorcyclists dream.

I recommend both touring on a nice comfortable motorcycle or getting a high-performance crotch rocket and honing your skills and you have plenty of time to do that too. The road is over 350 miles long. There are towns along the way that you have to slow down, chill out and mellow for a few miles, but they are well marked and you have plenty of time to decelerate and avoid any speed traps, besides the folks in these places are very nice and it does provide a nice break too along the way.

If you have never tried Nevada as a place to tour on your motorcycle then you need to do this and you will be so glad you did. So, perhaps you might consider all this in 2006.

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