Great Motorcycle Roads in Oklahoma
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Flyover states? Not for us - we'll RIDE through America's mid-western states anytime! The Sooner State is no exception. Discover scenic byways and back roads that beckon you to explore Oklahoma's charming hometowns and authentic culture. These are some of the best motorcycle roads in Oklahoma!
Talimena National Scenic Byway
This Scenic Byway takes you through the Ouachita National Forest. For 54 miles along OK-1, this motorcycle ride in Oklahoma dips and swirls along a ridge line in eastern Oklahoma, and is the highest point in elevation between the Appalachians and the Rockies. There's 22 viewing vistas, and the ride offers continuous curves while the route twists around slopes and mountain tops.
Whichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge
This east/west motorcycle road in Oklahoma takes you through Whichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge southwest of Oklahoma City. There's a few nice curves to work, but mostly some wide open vast stretches of Oklahoma country scenery. The road is nicely paved and riders will find very little traffic. The refuge provides a habitat for large native grazing animals such as bison, elk, and white-tailed deer, so there are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife on this route. Just watch out for those bison!
Route 271, 144, Indian Hwy (39 miles)
This is a great Oklahoma motorcycle ride with hardly any traffic, so you can go at your own pace. About as scenic a ride as you can find in all of Oklahoma. Pick up this route from Talihina. There are amazing curves and elevation changes. Further south is more great riding into Bethel along Route 144. There are a lot of nice curves and hills with nice views of tall trees and distant valleys and mountains.