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Manassas, VA 20110

Serving Northern Virginia from Alexandria to Sterling as well as Fairfax and all of Prince William County.

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Places to Ride

Need a local place to ride?

You don’t need an adventure bike to take an adventure. Whether you have a touring bike, cruiser, or even a sports bike, enjoy a ride to some of these beautiful places!

Skyline Drive:

Skyline Drive is 105 miles along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park. Enjoy almost 70 overlooks of the stunning views of the Shenandoah Valley to the west or the rolling Piedmont to the east. You can enter Shenandoah at only four places:

Front Royal Entrance Station near Rt. 66 and 340
Thornton Gap Entrance Station at Rt. 211
Swift Run Gap Entrance Station at Rt. 33
Rockfish Gap Entrance Station at Rt. 64 and Rt. 250 (also the northern entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway).




Sumerduck Dragway “Try your luck at the duck.” MHKS sponsors the motorcycle race class for 2018.

14027 Royalls Mill Rd, Sumerduck, VA 22742

Highway 211: U.S. Route 211 (US 211) is a spur of US 11 in the U.S. state of Virginia. Known for most of its length as Lee Highway, the U.S. Highway runs 59.09 miles (95.10 km) from Interstate 81 (I-81) and Virginia State Route 211 (SR 211) in New Market east to US 15 Business, US 29 Business, and US 211 Business in Warrenton. US 211 connects the Shenandoah Valley with the Piedmont town of Warrenton via Luray and Sperryville, where the highway runs concurrently with US 340 and US 522, respectively.




Highway 33: U.S. Route 33 (US 33) is a part of the U.S. Highway System that runs from Elkhart, Indiana to Richmond, Virginia. In Virginia, the U.S. Highway runs 135.60 miles (218.23 km) from the West Virginia state line near Rawley Springs east to its eastern terminus at SR 33 in Richmond. US 33 is the primary east–west highway of Rockingham County, which lies in the Shenandoah Valley. The highway connects the independent city of Harrisonburg (which also serves as the seat of Rockingham County), the town of Elkton, and an entrance to Shenandoah National Park. East of the Blue Ridge Mountains, US 33 connects the Piedmont communities of Stanardsville, Gordonsville, and Louisa. The U.S. Highway is a major suburban and urban route in the Richmond metropolitan area. Within Richmond, US 33 runs concurrently with US 250. SR 33 continues from US 33's eastern terminus as a state-numbered extension of the U.S. Highway that connects Richmond with Virginia's Middle Peninsula.




Outside of Virginia:

The Dragon (The Tail of the Dragon): 318 Curves in 11 Miles
Take this exiting road to The Deals Gap Motorcycle Resort. Located in Deals Gap, North Carolina nestled deep in the Great Smoky Mountains on the NC/TN state line.




Wheels Through time museum, 62 Vintage Ln, Maggie Valley, NC 28751 Wheels Through Time Museum is the home to the world’s premier collection of rare American motorcycles, memorabilia, and a distinct array of unique “one off” American automobiles. The museum is located just 5 miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. The Wheels Through Time Museum houses a collection of over 350 rare machines comprised of 25 makes including Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Henderson, Pope, Yale, Crocker, Flying Merkel, and many more.




In Virginia:

U.S Route 250: From Staunton to Monterey. Total Drive Time: A little over an hour...

Colonial Parkway. Total Drive Time: About 45 minutes...

Connecting Virginia’s Historic Triangle, made up of Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, and Yorktown, the 23 miles of the Colonial Parkway is a perfect route for those wishing to combine scenery with history. The area has more than six historic sites and attractions to visit right off the route, as well as several dozen fine dining destinations and even a theme park for the riders that can’t get enough thrills on the open road. The route is especially stunning during the fall months, with the amber colors, brick bridges, and lush natural surroundings adding a certain nostalgic charm to your trip.




Blue Ridge Parkway.
Often referred to as “America’s Favorite Drive,” the Blue Ridge Parkway spans a total of 216 miles in Virginia before heading south into the Great Smoky Mountain of North Carolina. Drive this route along the Appalachian Mountain chain for panoramic views from mountains that tower anywhere from 650 to 6,000 feet in elevation. Like Skyline Drive, there are countless hiking trails, waterfalls, and scenic overlooks to experience off of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

George Washington Memorial Parkway...
Right outside of Washington, D.C., the George Washington Memorial Parkway offers a relaxing route amid a bustling and hectic cityscape. The route stretches along the Potomac River, offering beautiful scenery you wouldn’t expect to find only miles from the nation’s capital. A walking and biking trail borders the parkway, and you’ll almost always spot dozens of people strolling with their pets along the shady wooded path. With over 25 historic sites and wildlife preserves along the roughly 25 miles of parkway, you should ideally set aside at least half a day for exploring this scenic route.

Route 16: The Back of the Dragon...
Known as the “Back of the Dragon” for the sharp zig-zagging path the road cuts through the mountain landscape, Route 16 provides 32 miles of exciting, unparalleled thrills. Spanning three mountains between Tazewell and Marion, this two-lane road is bordered by magnificent scenery that reaches its peak during the fall foliage season. Take your motorcycle for a ride down Route 16 to become a “Dragon Master.


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