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If you are not a local, or new to the motorcycle scene, you can check out our area map here for local biker friendly businesses, area rides and points of interest. You can zoom in, zoom out and drag the map accordingly.
MT CHARLESTON – Only about a 45 minute ride from the Vegas strip. Great restaurant at the top with great views. Can be inaccessible in the winter due to snow. Yes, that’s right… SNOW.
VALLEY OF FIRE – A beautiful ride. Approximately two hours from Vegas. Best route to take is the lake front road along Lake Mead.
HOOVER DAM – If you’ve never been, it’s a must see. Pretty convenient to get to at the start of your Valley Of Fire ride if you have a little extra time.
PIONEER SALOON – Historic spot about an hour or so south of Las Vegas. Weekend barbecues, music, etc.
MOUNTAIN SPRINGS SALOON – Nice ride up and over the mountains heading towards Pahrump. Great spot to stop for a break.
NELSON’S LANDING – (South of Railroad Pass towards Search Light make left to Nelson 10 miles) Nice lil putt to the river and there is the little store by the mine on way with old buildings and cars and what’s left of the plane from the movie 1000 miles to Graceland.
NIPTON LOOP – Head to Searchlight, and make right to Nipton. Then up I-15 to Jean and then on OLD Las Vegas Blvd to ST Rose Pkwy By M Casino.
DEATH VALLEY – Lots of areas to explore in Death Valley… Shoshone, Scotty’s Castle, Badwater, Artist’s Pallett, etc. This will be an all-day ride, and you still won’t see it all. Avoid it in the summer.
AREA 51 – It really does exist, and you can go there!!! Well, up to a certain point. Follow the Extraterrestrial Highway.
ROUTE 66 – Only about an hour and a half south of Vegas. Once you get to Kingman, AZ you can go either east or west on the old Mother Road. East will take you through great little towns like Hackberry, Peach Springs, and Seligman. West will take you to an awesome old mining town called Oatman that has a few shops, bars and wild burros roaming the streets. Any of these could be done in a single day trip.
GRAND CANYON – North or South Rim, your choice… Don’t waste your time going to the West Rim. Personally, I prefer the North Rim over the South Rim as it is much more natural, and less commercialized.