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The Ride Atlas second-edition 336-page book features 29 new and exciting rides and a 16-page ride log to record your journeys, memories and people you've met along the way. The Ride Atlas is sturdy, with a redesigned water-resistant cover, magnetic closure and more durable pages.
The Ride Atlas is broken down into two types of rides. First, there are 25 featured rides with in-depth inset maps highlighting the route, including historic sites, long-term road construction and locations of Harley-Davidson dealerships as well as a detailed description of the ride. For example, riders traveling in the West can read about the Utah run, considered "a Harley rider's dream." It winds past the 3,000- foot sandstone cliffs of Zion National Park, which in itself has several landmark mountains. Canadian riders can experience the thrilling roller coaster ride known as the Cape Breton Loop in Nova Scotia.
This atlas also includes four legendary and adventurous rides. First, motorcyclists can (safely) brave the tight turns of the Tail of the Dragon as it whips between Deals Gap, North Carolina, and Tabcat Bridge, Tennessee. Riders out in Nevada can challenge themselves on the 256-mile stretch called the "Loneliest Road in America" (now that's just sad).
From detailed rides offering tips on the best season to experience the trip to gasoline availability, mileage/driving times for each route, camping info and side trip adventures along the way, the Ride Atlas is loaded with information motorcyclists need to know before they hit the road.
It is also a great reference manual, with a quick glance chart of basic motorcycle laws for each state and Canada and an extensive mileage directory.
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