April 2013 Issue
For unobstructed views of Mountain State scenery, nothing beats touring by motorcycle.
This is the thrill of traveling West Virginia by motorcycle: There are no car doors to obstruct your views. When the sun breaks through the clouds you sweat, and when you drive through a cold front or alongside a misty mountain lake you feel a little shiver. The piney scent of the Monongahela National Forest and the earthy aroma of the Cranberry Wilderness bogs fill your nostrils. Your hair gets tangled, your nose gets sunburned and you might just get rained on. On a motorcycle, you don’t pass through West Virginia’s mountain peaks and river gorges. You become a part of them.
Grab your helmet and load up your saddlebags. West Virginia’s best rides await you. To read more, click here to subscribe. >>