RoadRUNNER’s Bucket List Roads: Trail Ridge Road, Colorado

Jul 11, 2015 View Comments by

The Highest Paved Road in America – Extending from Estes Park, CO, to Grand Lake, CO, it’s the highest continuous paved road in the United States. It follows a historic path that the Ute and other Native Americans used for thousands of years. Due to winter snowpack, the road is usually open only between Memorial […]

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Tour of the Week: Western Colorado-Mesas, Mountains, and Mines

Sep 26, 2014 View Comments by

Each week RoadRUNNER Magazine will be releasing a “Tour of the Week” from our extensive archives. The tour article, along with downloadable maps and GPS files, will be available for free, but only for a week! This week’s Colorado Tour comes from RoadRUNNER‘s December 2005 issue.

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2014 BMW GS Trophy: International Competition

Sep 03, 2014 View Comments by

Every year amateur riders from all over the world come together to test their skills against some of the most challenging motorcycling terrain on earth, hoping to bring the coveted GS Trophy back to their home country. The 2014 edition of the GS Trophy competition starts in just a week or so in the Rockies […]

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City Escape: Denver, Colorado

Jun 14, 2014 View Comments by

Dual sport Colorado in a day! The twisty paved roads of Jarre Canyon connect to the sandy forest of Rampart Range and return you to pavement among the stunning rock formations of the Garden of the Gods before soaring 14,115 paved feet of elevation on Pikes Peak. Ride June through October, barring freak storms!   […]

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Touring Tip: East vs. West

Dec 06, 2013 View Comments by

This month’s installment is not about which of our two coasts offers the best motorcycle touring venues, that’s a debate that could continue without any foreseeable end. And, like beauty itself, what constitutes the best riding area is, truly, in the eye of the beholder. Having ridden across most of America’s lower 48 states, some […]

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The Rockies & Canyons Expedition from Frank Covucci Tours

Mar 26, 2013 View Comments by

This tour, beginning in Grand Junction, CO and returning 12-days and 2,500 miles later, explores the paved roads of the Central Rockies and southwestern U.S. canyon country. Along the way, the ride passes through Colorado, Utah, and Arizona with visits to Aspen, the Black Canyon, the Million Dollar Highway, Ouray, Mesa Verde, the Four Corners, […]

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Retracing the Lewis & Clark Trail Across America – Day 15

Aug 16, 2012 View Comments by

What a difference a day makes. Only last evening we were enjoying the quiet serenity of a sundown on the pedestrian bridge, which crosses the Missouri at Fort Benton. After Jeff stopped by the statue of Shep, the “forever faithful” dog, to pay his respects, we ambled back to the Grand Union hotel. Suddenly, a […]

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