Top 5 Motorcycle Roads in Oklahoma

Riders will see the altitudes that range from the south-eastern part of the state (just 800 feet high above sea level) to the west, where the highest peak falls – Black Mesa at 5,000 feet above the sea level. The state has four main mountain ranges: the Owakita Mountains, the Arbelle Mountains, the Vicita Mountains, and the Mountains of Uzar.

5. Rune Stone Ride (81 miles)

Written directions:

Start Broken Bow, OK and North North US Highway 259 at Broken Bow and just stay 259 all the way up until you hit the T on the way. T on the US Highway 270, left and riding about 20 miles away.

The landscape is wooden, mostly shrimp, when you are riding on the northern slopes. As you reach the Skyscraper, you must walk about 30 miles and cross the slopes.

Road quality.

The road is perfect. It sits well and has many curves as well as a few straight ways. There are no traffic.

Road Facilities:

There are not too many cities and dwellings on this route, which makes it farther away. At the end of the trip, you can take Telimena Byway. Note that you have to go out to the Rooney National Park, see what Norsemen looks like on November 11, 1012 (ie, representations), and Columbus fell ahead of it. It is expected that these Norse researchers have crossed the Atlantic Ocean, Florida Island, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, discovered the Mississippi River, and turned over to its rivers, Arkansas and Potua rivers, around 750 AD This date is marked by Grammar in Poteau Runestone. The stone-surrounding garden looks over the whole of Heber and is a beautiful place to see. There is a waterfall and a really beautiful area around the stone so you can watch the stone and walk around it.

4. Rural lake of CyberStone (25 miles)

Written directions:

From Tulsa to HWY 412 west. Exit at the 209th western avenue, also called Prue Road. The trip begins here. Drive to the north and follow the road to the north of Clivt Mount, to Cleveland, OK.

View:

This route is hilly and obese at first, opening up to Katester's view of about a hundred feet. It squeezes around the lake, passing through smaller sections and two flat and scattered terrain, as well as hilly and forested.

Road quality.

This road was terrible, but it is now a new standard asphalt (2012), for many. The last few kilometers are on the country's road so it can be a little slower. Mainly hilly and sweeping curves, just a few of them are tight and dark.

Road Facilities:

This is a rural ride, but there are several places to stop because of the state of the park. There, at first, petrol station, on two roads and at the end of several, in Cleveland. Check out some of the few entrances to the State Parks of Keithun.

3. Best of 66 (40 Miles)

Written directions:

This is Route 66 between Stroud, OK and Arcadia, OK. There are many places to look at, and that's just a great way. Be sure to take your time and do not be afraid to turn off, check something you missed.

View:

This is a small part of 66 routes and it's beautiful. Some curves and lots to look at, but you probably have to hold back some of the photos, leave marks very desirable.

Road quality.

Road changes between countries, but largely great. Many trees and curves. Arcadia's western part: Arcadia Lake and Park.

Road Facilities:

Very small towns and small shops and stations. Chandler has a Route 66 museum, which is really a great place to see. Pops, Bikers Shak and Round Barn are in Arcadia. Many great places to stop and find things you can not live without.

2. London Huddon Tour (40 miles)

Written directions:

Start at Locust Grove, OK and in the North 82. When you reach Langley's turn, go to the 28th and finish your route in Pennacao or Adir.

View:

Take a trip through the fish tunnels, on the lake Huddon, see the open spaces at a distance. You will also go next to the Spavinaw Hill State Game Refuge and see its impenetrable beauty. You will also be in the vicinity of Snowdale State Park (located near London's Hudson)

Road quality.

It is a lot of irony and turns into several mountains that are thrown down. The big barrier is no hollow pit.

Road Facilities:

You should not take this route for things that should be done just like on the road … just gas and ride.

1. Talimena Drive (55 Miles)

Written directions:

This route is located in the south-east of Oklahoma City and begins in a small town called Taliyina, OK. Talihina is about 60 miles south west of Fort Smith Arkansas and

located on the US Highway 271. The common ways of this road are clear: you are traveling to Tallinn, OK from Mena, AR. To get started, just to get to Talichi and get out of the city outside the city on the state route 1. Stay the same way as it goes to Arkansas and becomes the public route 8 and takes you to Mana, AR.

View:

The Talimena National Scenic Byway or, in short, the Talimena Drive stretches from west to east on the southeastern slopes of the south-eastern Oklahoma and at the top of a rich mountain. These are the highest points that rise between Appalachians and Rockies. These fifty miles are filled with sharp curves and 13% spread from Thalia to Oklahoma, from west to east Manana, west of Arkansas. There are several scenes that ignore the northern and southern valleys, as well as the intersection of the route. Some of Oklahoma's most expensive attractions can be found on this car.

Road quality.

As mentioned above, the road is filled with lots of curves, switchbacks and sharp scores. Speed ‚Äč‚Äčlimit SLOW, which, of course, allows you to enjoy decorations. Because the road mostly provides scenic traffic, road conditions are less than perfect. Because you have to travel at a good speed limit, you will probably not notice occasional pothole.

Road Facilities:

Entrance may be Talihina, OK at the west end or at the eastern end of Mena, AR. Both of these cities offer a hotel and a restaurant. On the way you will find several scenes and holidays on the old military road and the Horsethief Springs. You also want to stop the Kerr Nature Center, which has trails and shows focusing on the original flora and fauna of the region. On the way to the bus stop, the Queen Wilhelmina State Park and the Lodge, sitting on Rich Mountain. A 38 room apartment, a restaurant, a gift shop and camps are included in the park. The park and the cottage are located in the eastern part of Warsaw, just a few miles from the Mena.Talihima State Park, which is also pleasant to you.