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Top 10 routes which every biker should experience at least once

1. Ride in Morocco from Ceuta to the Marrakesh loop 5.0 

Ride in Morocco from Ceuta to the Marrakesh loop

 

This bike ride is approximately 2570 km long which serves the riders with ancient bazaars and citadels on their path that had followed the authentic culture of the deserts since decades. Starting from Ceuta, all the motor bikers make their route towards Fez by crossing the Rif Mountains. They then hit Erfoud' Sahara by finally crossing the Atlas Mountain's traverses. The path is then followed through the Todra Gorge, and finally to the Marrakesh city.

2. The route that connects France with Spain known as the Pyrenees Loop 5.0 

 

This stretches out to a distance of 2410 km from Bilbao and reaches to Biarritz. The path offers a sensational appeal to the riders with its scenic beauty and hairpin-like roads. This is the most famous route in Europe loved by millions of riders. The route starts from Bilbao followed by La Seu d'Urgell, Bourg-Madame, Ripoli, Dalí Museum, France's Mediterranean coast, Perpignan Mountains, Col d'Aspin, and finally, reaches to Biarritz.
 

3. Australia's Great Ocean Road 5.0 

 

The mesmerizing feel and appeal under the blue sky on the most loved motorbikes riding over the white sand of Australia is a fantasy for millions across the world. This is a short ride that stretches up to 290 km. This is probably a day's ride and starts from Melbourne and ends at Petersbrough. The route has a shoreline of forests, beaches, rugged coasts, and a picturesque view. The ride is perfect for riders who like to ride their bikes in winter.
 

4. West America to California

West America to California

 

The ride covers a distance of 5630 km across Los Angeles and San Francisco. This is the most renowned road for biking on American soil. The trip starts from Los Angeles covering Arizona, passing through the Grand Canyon, heading to the Natural Bridges National Park, the Bryce, and Zion national parks, followed by the Mojave Desert, the Death Valley, and the Sierra Nevada, Lee Vining and Yosemite National Park, and finally ending up at California.
 

6. California's Pacific Coast Highway

California's Pacific Coast Highway

 

This is a dream route for every biker throughout the world. It is a short tour of 320 km starting from San Luis Obispo and ending at San Francisco. The thrill continues with the plunging cliffs, beaches, redwood forests and many more. This ride is also en route Monterey on its way to San Francisco.
 

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7. Yorkshire's Dales and Moors

Yorkshire's Dales and Moors

 

The route stretches for 440 km to Whitby from Kendal. This is a day's ride through Northern Yorkshire with gentle scenic views through the markets and towns. The ride covers Pennines, Hawes, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Aysgarth, Leyburn, Masham, and finally to Whitby
 

8. Norway's Fjordland 5.0 

Norway's Fjordland

 

The path stretches up to 450 km starting from Bergen and ending up at Andalsnes. This is the Vikings land in Nirvana. Some of the paths have to be covered in ferries. Starting from Bergen, one can head to Gudvangern, Naerlandsford, Belstrand, Gaularfjell, Moskog, Stryn, Eidsdal, Trollstigen road, and finally to Andalsness.
 

9. Turkey's tour from Istanbul to Anatolia 5.0 

 

This is a modern day tour that matches up to the ancient past. The motorbike ride stretches up to 2980 km covering Istanbul and finishing off at Anatolia. Riders can explore the houses of Cappadocia's troglodyte, experience the ancient Byzantine and Roman ruins, the Black Sea, and finally the Taurus Mountains. The riders need to pass through a ferry at the Sea of Masmara for reaching Busra, covering Safranbolu, Konya, Aegean coast, and finally to Anatolia.
 

10. Cuba's Chasing Che 5.0 

Cuba's Chasing Che

 

The path stretches out to 2000 km which is open only to licensed motorcyclists covering the Communist island, Havana, and finally to Baracoa. This had been closed for nearly five decades and was forbidden that is recently opened for the citizens of the United States.

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