Need some wind therapy?

With 45+ years of riding experience, the team has developed a library of our favorite rides in Texas and points beyond. We call them our Twisted Rides. We thought it might be a good idea to share that experience and encourage you to do the same!

We partnered with MyRoute-app, a leading provider of route planning tools, to create and share the routes. Using the map below, Users are able to view and download the routes without registering with MyRoute-app. If you would like the ability to open/edit/save the routes, the User will be prompted to register with MyRoute-app and offered two subscription levels - Basic (free) and Gold (fee dependent on subscription term and payment method). Being an avid ride planner, I prefer the Gold level for the additional features and I also believe in supporting independent software developers who invest their time and talents to create useful applications for the motorcycle industry. As a Twisted Rides referral, you receive an extended evaluation period and special pricing if you choose the Gold level - so give it a shot!

What journey is on your bucket list? Click on a ride below and we'll show you the way!

Friday, May 18, 2018

GST Day 11 - Springdale, UT to Torrey, UT - 238 miles

We were joined by Jake and his lovely wife, Saint Megan. I call her a saint because: 1) she has birthed and raised five well-balanced children; 2) they live in motorcycle heaven; and 3) she seems to keep Jake in-line, which I suspect is a life-long, full time job. Seriously, they were a joy to meet and we had a great time hangin’ with them all day. Jake has a great sense of humor and isn’t shy about sharing it. They rode with us all the way to Torrey, then pointed back towards Apple Valley, making a very long day of riding for them...over 470 miles.

Touring Zion NP, Bryce Canyon NP, and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is like visiting three different planets in one day. Incredible ride. Amazing views. As we approached Torrey, we chased a thunderstorm and got into a few sprinkles, but nothing could ruin the day.

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