Open Road Journey is a great motorcycle website where you can research motorcycle rides across America and around the world. You can search by state and under Utah they have some of the best and least known rides in the state.
One of my local favorite rides is what they call “Twisty Fun” which takes you on a beautiful ride west of I-15 on highway 92 through the Wasatch National Forest. The ride has gorgeous scenery, lots of pull-offs and the condition of the road is fantastic – or at least it was last year!
Another ride they call “Moab to Grand Junction – The Back Way” is a good ride and very populated with motorcycle riders in the summer months. Make sure you pack a lot of cool drinks in the summer – you can fry your a** off in the summer in this area.
Lava Hot Springs, although I have never been there, is reported to be one of the most fun spots in Idaho. Rafting the Snake River is reported to be great. I can attest that the route from Ogden Utah to Preston Idaho is good road and pretty scenery.
The best part about this website is that you can add your own trips and share your adventures with others. Add a few of your own. I think I will add a few of my trips this year – plan on heading West into Nevada this year – see the desert.
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