Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating and eye-opening experience. It gives you the chance to ride on some of the best roads in different countries with stunning landscapes and still meet other new and incredible people on your way. If you are ready to experience some of the most iconic roads in the world, then hop on your two wheels as we go through the ten top motorcycles trip tours in the world;
1. The Amalfi Coast, Italy: From Sorrento to Amalfi, the road is one of the most scenic and favorite holiday destinations in the world, with a route of only about 60 kilometers long. The Amalfi Coast is on the southern edge of the Sorrentine Peninsula below Naples. You’ll ride through picturesque villages and rugged coastlines clinging to the cliffs with beautiful views of the Mediterranean tides below.
2. Russia: The 10,000km ride from Vladivostok to St Petersburg in Russia is where you will become very familiar with the most significant country you can find on earth. It features an endless birch forest, historical sites and friendly locals that make it an excellent destination for a motorcycle trip tour in the summer. Nevertheless, It is also ridden in winter.
3. Hana Highway, Maui: The Hana Highway is a 100km ride that combines routes 32 and 369 between the town of Hana and Kahului airport on the north coast as an incredible coastline of the Hawaiian Islands of Maui. It has more than 60 bridges and 600 bents along the route, which passes through the dense forest.
4. Norway’s Troll Ladder: The road can be found in Rauma, around midway between Bergen and Trondheim, with a short distance that drops down a nine-degree descent through about 11 hairpin bends. You might get a chance to see other motorcyclists here viewing the platform at the top before embarking on riding downwards.
5. Washington: Motorcyclists either ride through the roads to avoid the parking mess within the city or to be free from city life and go on day trips to Maryland, Fredericksburg, Annapolis, the Blue Ridge Parkway. or Virginia. Motorcycles are the best way to enjoy the rural outskirts and experience the inns and hotels in downtown D.C. hotels by finding more intimate inns and B&Bs in the rural outskirts.
6. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia: You might not find any road like this in the world. The road is a solid surface several metres thick and covers a layer of brine. It is rich in lithium which is considered to be where there are 50-70% of the world’s known reserves. The Salar De Uyinna has around 10 billion tons of salt, of which 25,000 tons are extracted annually.
7. Grossglockner, Austria: This mountain pass spans 48 kilometers and consists of 36 turns. The road will lead you into the center of the largest national park in Austria, which has an area of 1,800 square kilometers and extends across the provinces of Carinthia, Salzburg and Tyrol. There are beautiful landscapes in different corners of the famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road that will leave you in awe.
8. Hudson Valley: The Hudson Valley road is about 80 miles, and you would get to see scenic views of the Hudson River 90 minutes outside of Manhattan. The Valley stretches from Yonkers in the south to Albany in the north with Interstate 87 on the east and Highway 9 to the west with different wineries, quaint villages, hotels and great restaurants.
9. The Transfaragasan Highway: This is one of the best roads in the world to hop on your motorcycle and ride across the 90-kilometre route snakes through the endless climbs and hairpins that lead up to the cloud line of the Carpathian Mountains between Sibiu and Bascov. The Transfagarasan Highway is referred to as the ‘Greatest driving road in the world’ by Top Gear and was initially constructed in the early 70s as a strategic military route.
10. Annecy, France: Annecy is a picturesque city in France and is mainly referred to as the Venice of the Alps because of its canals. A motorcycle trip in this magical city will offer you jaw-dropping views of the Lake Annecy region, which is the one of the cleanest lakes in Europe, as well as the Château de Menthon-Saint-Bernard, a 13th-century medieval castle and the French Alps, which is home to the gigantic Mont Blanc.