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Motorcycle Routes in Grand Rapids, MN Area

Wayne & Rhonda Roskos Touring Grand Rapids, MN area.

Wayne & Rhonda Roskos Touring Grand Rapids, MN area.

Wayne Roskos, avid motorcyclist, shares his Southern Motorcycle Ramble motorcycle route that he most enjoys, and shares his stops along the way.

Enjoy motorcycling at its finest with our Scenic Driving Routes– perfect for touring on a motorcycle, in a vintage car, or a relaxing break in any vehicle. You’ll find charming small towns along scenic routes and businesses that welcome those with motorcycle hair. Strap on your helmet or cap, put the top down, or roll down the windows and hit the open road for an exhilarating ride in the scenic north woods.

Scenic Motorcycle Routes

Scenic Motorcycle Routes

Download all four of our Scenic Motor Routes mapped that highlight scenic stops, area attractions, and food and gas stops as well.  These routes will take you north, south, west and east of Grand Rapids.  The scenic byways will take you among Minnesota lakes and riverways, pristine forest land, and beautiful fall color landscapes.  Depending on the route you take you will discover pines, rolling hills, golden tamarack bogs, fall foliage dotted forests, and quaint shops, restaurants.  

Lodging Options with a ViewLooking for a overnight or make a weekend of your tour?  Check out our Lodging Options With a View.  In Grand Rapids, you’ll have your choice of lodging options for your Minnesota vacation, fishing trip, business retreat, or family reunion. Lodging properties include rustic to upscale hotels, affordable motels, Minnesota family resorts, and comfortable and clean bed and breakfasts. Conveniently located near all of Grand Rapids’ recreation and area attractions, there’s a lodging option with amenities for everyone in Grand Rapids, MN. It’s your choice whether those amenities include a waterpark, room service or tasty s’mores around a fire. Come experience “Grand” hospitality in Minnesota’s nature.

 

2017-04-19T15:40:46+00:00 Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013|Blog|