Ohio motorcycle roads are some of the best roads available for Touring Bikers.
When you're planning a road trip, either with Ohio as your destination, or just passing through, you'll want to include as many of these roads as possible.
With plenty of curves and scenic, rolling hills;
as well as low traffic, and good pavement on many of the rural roads, we all like to ride our Ohio roads.
The Ohio Touring Biker can ride thousands of blissfull miles all summer long.
From Ohio State Route 2 to 872, there are plenty of twisting, well built state routes alone to keep you riding for a very
Not to mention the county and Township roads.
There are 88 counties in the Buckeye state with a total of 44,828 square miles.
And the roads zig zag, criss cross and meandor
throughout the entirety of the "Heartland" state.
Since we live in Ohio, it's only fitting that we can give first hand descriptions of the roads, towns and everything in between.
We ride Ohio to the tune of tens of
thousands of miles every year.
And we love to explore new roads, as well as keep up with our old favorites.
Now that we've started touringbikers.com, we'll re-visit the Ohio roads from a different perspective.
We're now in the "sharing" mode.
Rather than keeping the roads all to ourselves, we'll share them with you (OK, fine......if we have too).
We'll take good pictures and document all the best features; surface quality, traffic, hazards, towns, diners, curves.....all of it.
And we'll go a step further.
With our new rating system, we'll rate each road giving you a better idea of how high you should put a road on your "must ride" list.
There are a lot of Ohio touring bikers.
We should know, we can get carpal tunnel waving at you all when we ride Ohio.
So any of you that would like to mention some Ohio Roads that the rest of us might enjoy....or if you want to add your thoughts to the motorcycle roads we've discussed; we would really like to hear from you.
Pictures are appreciated, too.
If you're riding the roads of southeast Ohio, You have to take a ride on the Demon's Triangle, Ohio's Tail Of The Dragon.
I'm sorry to say demonstriangle.com is no longer a website, but the roads are still there; and if you're looking for a good ride......this is it!!!
Ohio Route 7. Touring bikers love to ride a 300 mile stretch of road that meanders alongside a great river. Challenging, is not a word I would associate with this road. We'll leave that to the many roads that spur off of it. Scenic, on the other hand, is what OH 7 is all about.
Ohio Route 9. 90 miles of one of the best motorcycle roads in Ohio, Route 9 has plenty to offer with good pavement, beautiful scenery, elevation changes that represent the Appalachian foothills properly, twists and turns that challenge even the best of bikers, plenty of places for a pit stop in between the vast country miles, and a multitude of other great roads that spider off of it.
Route 26 is 68 miles of one of the most twisted road in the state, coupled with
spectacular views, light traffic, fresh pavement and 3 covered bridges; Ohio
Route 26 is Touring Biker Heaven.
Route 83 winds through eastern Ohio from Lake Erie down to the Muskingum river
near Beverly. It’s 157 miles of some of the best riding you’ll ever encounter.
Route 147 is 60 miles of picture-perfect motorcycle roads. From Bellaire, Ohio
to Ohio Route 78 south of Sarahsville, Ohio; and passing alongside the pristine
Seneca lake, 147 has everything for the touring bikers.
Route 149 is another great, scenic, southeast Ohio road. 37 miles of winding,
country curves with Barkcamp State Park right in the middle.
Ohio Route 164 and the Steel trolley Diner in Lisbon, Ohio is a 63 mile stretch of road in the eastern part of the state that is well worth the ride.
Route 170, the 14th best road out of all the roads in the U.S., according to
the American Motorcyclist Association. Ohio Route 170 is a "good"
road to ride but not top 15 material in my book.
Ohio route 260. 38 miles of twisted pavement nestled in the corner of
the state. One of the best motorcycle roads I've been on. A must ride!!
route 285. 28 miles of country road riding through the hills of Ohio. From US
22 to Caldwell, with little traffic and only several small towns, you've got
the road to yourself.
339 runs through Washington county Ohio starting near Belpre, Ohio (right
across the Ohio River from Parkersburg, West Virginia), and finishing in Dexter
City, Ohio some 39 miles later.
route 513. 27 miles from U.S. 22 south to Summerfield, Ohio. This road has some
nice scenery and excellent curves. Just watch for the Amish.
The Triple Nickel, Ohio’s Tail of The Dragon, or simply Ohio Route 555; call it what you will. This 63 mile stretch of twisted blacktop is a pleasurable and challenging ride through the Appalachian foothills of southern Ohio.
Route 800 has it all; Divine distance, tantalizing twisties, heavenly hills,
and stunning scenery. This North/South road goes from it's southern end at the
Ohio River and Route 7 to it's northern end at I-77 in Canton, Ohio.
Route 821 seems to be the back-bone that runs up through the middle of all
these other great roads.The road itself has much to offer. There are stretches
that cut through the hills or lay over the top, twisting and turning all the
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originally from North East Ohio was great to hear about the the riding in the great state of Ohio. Nothing better than finding yourself truly not knowing …
Ohio Route 164 and the Steel Trolley Diner
I have checked out some of the roads on your site (love the site by the way) and I wanted to suggest a road and place to eat to you. Maybe you can …
Tom Van Schingen Not rated yet
Hi! Love this website! I live in Belgium, Europe and am planning on coming to the states somewhere around may 2013. Planning on buying a Harley …
Ohio Route 339 update Not rated yet
Just an update on information on one of your roads in Ohio. Rt 339 - in Beverly, Rogers Family Restaraunt is closed now. A new place in the …