Scenic coastal ride to Bentley's Saloon.
Amazing winding route from Berkley MD all the way to Pagoda Skyline PA
It start with really nice road, good surface, lot of nice corners and views. Then form Payal they are building new road and it's wide gravel road with sandy parts. From San Agustin to park it's more narrow, sometimes steep... Park is nice, but I expected more, reminds me similar easily accessible cascades near Palenque
I did it first by bus and I was suffering. When I found that in Huatulco it's possible to rent himalyan, I needed to do that road again and I really enjoyed it. Good surface except some tricky parts, really nice corners, San Jose del Pacifico and San Mateo Rio Hondo on the road, which are nice villages.
Many scenic routes covered
Beautiful desert scenery with nice curves in the middle part
Back road from Dayton ohio to Marlinton WV
Nice scenic route with bridges
From Rapid city 16A to my Rushmore to needles rd
Fairborn to Xenia to YellowSprings to Enron
Full of curves
Nice little scenic route
Gastonia to Spencer Mtn to NC 181 to Blue Ridge Pkwy to 226a to NC 80 to Marion.
This route starts off in a quiet residential area, so keep it composed for the locals, and as you wind up the ridge you climb into more scenic area. You do shave a few degrees of temperature off, as I wouldn't be surprised if this was one of the highest points near or around Wayne Nation Forest East. Probably best viewed in October, as it was fairly lifeless in early April.This road rates a 3, because some areas were a 5 and some were a 3. The road can have some spill over white rocks from cars and trucks kicking them out onto the road after an incomplete repair work. (They should really tar those rocks so that they don't kick out.) For a small while there may be some white dust from a Marcellus area nearby, but it doesn't last long. All in all it's certainly paved well enough to ride on, but if you're going south to north watch the right side of the road around right hand turns for loose gravel. (This is only a concern for a mile or two.)I have torn Wayne National Forest (East) apart since 2013 looking for the best roads, all of which are on this site, and others. Enjoy! Subscribe to my YouTube channel, if you're interested in more like minded videos in the SW PA, SE OH and WV areas www.youtube.com/AkumuX
Not a road that I would go out of my way for, but a pretty decent 'connector road' to get down into Ohiopyle. You do have to watch out for other cars, and the road surface could be better. Want a scare? Ride this road at dark like I did... My god, not a street lamp for miles on this narrow~ish road and I was about ready to jump out of my skin.
Short, but an insane silly road that has you feeling you're going to drive off of the road. Serious gradients here, folks.
For such a short ride it packs a bit of a punch. Even with the 25/35 speed limit you can't go much faster because the damned turns are so hard. Twisties, off camber twisties, steep up/downhill twisties, steep up/downhill off camber twisties and some sweepers thrown in for the cherry on top. I liked it quite a lot for such a shorty, and it sets you up great for 209 North, which I recommend doing, for 'The Rattler.' Face it, assuming you're coming in from 40 (West or East) what would you rather do? Slab it to 209 North, which looks like a very boring part, or take this little monster?
My second favorite road in the area after 421. This gem doesn't get any of the attention of people that ride Tail of the Dragon or the Cherohala Skyway or The Moonshiner or even TN 32. Their loss. This road is so fun it should be illegal. That said, as mentioned, it is pretty damn dangerous and I did see a black bear that was grazing near the edge of the road my last trip down there. So, be careful. However, if you're in for a good time and have solid nerves this is most certainly the road for you. I recommend a down and back from Blue Ridge to Blue Ridge.