Day 1 - http://goo.gl/maps/nrH1 (Mt. Rainer and Mt St Helens Roads were amazing. Some good erosion but nothing a good suspension setup can't handle)
Day 2 - http://goo.gl/maps/oYJCG (state hwy 218, john day hwy, hwy 19 were GREAT!)
Day 3 - http://goo.gl/maps/iLW8 (Hwy 242 Mc kenzie Hwy, aufderheide dr, BLM south fork rd are INCREDIBLE!)
Day 4 - http://goo.gl/maps/VXblS (Nestucca River Road, Bald Mountain Road, NW Timber Rd, and Hwy 27 south of Clatskaine are REDICULOUS!)
Day 5 - http://goo.gl/maps/7tXr
When I began planning this trip it did not take long for the route to come together. It was meant to be! Then the invites went out and I had no idea this many people would join on. Usually I ride with a group of 4-6 people, not 25! On the morning we left the meeting point looked like Bike Night. I couldn't help but feel a little anxiety over a multi-day ride with so many people. Lots can happen when you get so many motorcyclists together. Everyone knew the route, destinations, dinner, and who we were riding with. Let's explOregon the land of better riding, realistic speeding laws, better motorcycle awareness, and race track road engineering!!!
to you BC...
Bike Night or Group Ride?
This poor roadside diner never saw us coming. We arrived at 130pm and they closed at 2pm. They were extremely efficient though!
To the left of Mt St Helens
Mt St Helens. East Side. Always impressive! looks like a pirate inflitrated our ranks... y'arrrr
Windy Ridge Pass