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Motorcycle Touring in the Southwest : The Region's Best Rides



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This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 1/6/2010.

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Forty classic rides through the region's quintessential scenes* Where better to partake in the pleasures of motorcycle touringwhether a Sunday afternoon ride with friends or a multiday adventurethan the Southwest, where one can do so all year round, often on roads that stretch out over stunning landscapes as far as the eye can see? Now, withMotorcycle Touring in the Southwest, bikers have an unparalleled guide describing forty classic rides across the region's quintessential scenesincluding Utah, Southwestern Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Las Vegas area. In friendly prose peppered with anecdotes and sidebars, Christy Karras and Stephen Zusy describe the routesmost representing about a day's worth of ridingand include a map for each, color photographs, and details aplenty on road conditions and terrain, interesting sites, amenities, and side trips.

Author Biography

Christy Karras has written about the arts, outdoors, and travel for publications including the New York Times, Salt Lake Tribune, and Seattle Times, and revised and updated Scenic Driving Utah, 2nd edition (FalconGuides). Whatever she is doing at this moment, she would probably rather be motorcycle touring. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.


Stephen M. Zusy has worked as a photojournalist at the Park Record and the Salt Lake Tribune. There’s no place he’d rather be than on the back of his motorcycle, twisting back the throttle, headed for somewhere. He lives in Park City, Utah.

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