After my last couiple motorcycle tours overseas Deb was keen to join me on my next adventure. The Eaglerider Canada Yellowstone tour fit into our schedule perfectly. This was going to be the longest motorcycle tour we have done together and the first of this nature. The route looked amazing and covered a number of iconic National Parks. This was going to be a great test of whether we like this mode of travel.
Salt Lake City was bitter sweet. We were excited to spend a few days with good friends, and sad as it marked the end of our time in the US. A benefit of all the great Stampin’ Up! trips that Deb has earned over the years are all the friends we have made around the…
I remember pulling into Arches National Park on the bike in 2013 when it was 117oF (47C) and there was no way I was walking anywhere in riding gear. But this place captured me and I really would like to share it with Deb. Fast forward to 2018 and we have now completed the third…
Before handing the bike back I had planned on doing an IBA ride in the US. However, after discovering that Pikes Peak (America’s Mountain) was so close the opportunity to ride up Pikes Peak was just too great. And what a fantastic ride and an amazing mountain. Certainly one of the many highlights from the trip.
Today was our last day on our Eaglerider Canada Yellowstone tour. Two weeks of great riding, great scenery and meeting new friends. But it wasn’t over yet. Today we spent time in Rocky Mountain NP which was sensational before we rode into Denver where our tour finishes.
Today was also another three State day – Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado, consisting of lots of open roads with long flats and rolling hills with low sage bush. A highlight today was Flaming gorge in Utah, before pulling into Steamboat Springs.
Today we had breakfast in Wyoming, coffee in Idaho, lunch in Utah, and dinner back in Wyoming.
It was nice to get on the road before it got hot today and get some miles under our belts. Today was very much about covering miles and we used a combination of high speed freeways with 80 mph speed limits and slower secondary roads that followed rivers or through open farmland.