Great Motorcycle Roads in Arizona
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These are some of the best motorcycle roads in all of Arizona. Click on the map links for the direct Google Maps route. Send us your favorite routes - along with your pictures! [email protected]
AZ-188 to Mesa
Routes 188, 60 (131 miles)
Ride through the densely forested Tonto National Forest, and miles of open vistas. This route offers the variety of vast straightaways, desert terrain, twisties, climbs and descents. And great views of Theodore Roosevelt Lake and the surrounding mountains along 188.
Flagstaff to Wilhoit
Routes 89A, 89 (108 miles)
When most hear Arizona, they think of Grand Canyon. But one area that should not be missed, especially on a motorcycle, are the roads south of Flagstaff. Arizona State Route 89A is an epic ride through numerous state parks and forests. Turn after turn there are incredible views of vast mountains and red rock formations. Expect traffic in Sedona, but south of Jerome has will make up for it with significantly impressive turns and overlooks near Woodchute Mtn.
N Bush Hwy to Tortilla Flat
Off Arizona's “Bee-Line Hwy” RT87, take Usery Pass Road leading to the famous Arizona 88 also known as Apache Trail which you will take towards the Superstition Mountains. Taking Route 88 will lead you to Tortilla Flat. Adventure riders can continue beyond here for great views of high wall canyons and more beautiful scenic areas of Arizona.
Oatman Highway is an incredible motorcycle road, nestled in the Black Mountains of Mohave County, Arizona. It's also a very demanding and remote ride, and puts you directly on the old Route 66. As you approach Sitgreaves Pass rising to an elevation of 3,550 feet, the road becomes narrow and steep with a number of hairpin turns hugging the mountainside, with no shoulders and few guardrails. Ride cautiously and watch out for the donkeys!
Springerville to Three Way
Route 191 (130 miles)
This north–south United States Highway within Arizona is an absolutely terrific motorcycle road, especially in the designated Coronado Trail Scenic Road portion. Forests, desert, canyons, reservoirs and mountain vistas can all be seen on this route while twisting and curving through the Apache–Sitgreaves National Forests of eastern Arizona.