Where to explore?

The Las Vegas Strip

Lined with upscale casino hotels, the neon-soaked Strip is quintessential Las Vegas. As well as gambling floors, the vast hotel complexes house a variety of shops, restaurants (ranging from mainstream to high-end), and performance venues for music, comedy and circus-style acts. Attractions like the soaring, choreographed Fountains of Bellagio and the High Roller observation wheel draw crowds. Don't forget to make a pit stop at the 'Welcome to Las Vegas Sign'.

Valley of Fire – Lake Mead North Shore Loop

Travel just 20 minutes away from Las Vegas and you will discover one of the most incredible motorcycle rides in the state. Begin at the Lake Mead North Shore Loop and travel the 100 miles of turning and winding roads to Valley of Fire State Park. Along the way, you will enjoy views of Lake Mead, beautiful cliffs, and scenery that will take your breath away. As a precaution, check with local parks and national recreation agencies for any alerts regarding road closures that may impact your ride. Also, there is an entrance fee to access the park.

Mt. Charleston

A little further out, about 35 miles outside of Las Vegas, is Mt. Charleston. The road loops around Mt. Charleston, providing incredible views of all the different mountain peaks. When you ride this road, you will know that you have truly left the desert and have ridden straight into the Nevada mountains. Just make sure that you check for any facility and road closures prior to visiting this area.

Hoover Dam Loop

Not only is the Hoover Dam a popular tourist attraction, but traveling to the dam by motorcycles is one of the most popular ways to arrive. The loop also offers fantastic views of the Hoover Dam and the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. Occasional construction projects and local closures may impact your ride, so check your route before you ride.

Zion National Park

While not in Las Vegas itself, Zion National Park is close enough for a day trip. Many motorcyclists who have come here refer to the Zion National Park as “The most magnificent place on earth to ride.” The park offers almost 230 square miles of magnificent landscapes, providing views of cliffs and sculptured canyons unlike anywhere else. Check the park website for current warnings and alerts.

Red Rock Canyon

Just 20 miles outside of Las Vegas Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area lies in Nevada’s Mojave Desert. It’s known for geological features such as towering red sandstone peaks and the Keystone Thrust Fault, as well as Native American petroglyphs. Panoramic viewing spots dot the 13-mile Scenic Drive. The sheltered Ice Box Canyon has seasonal waterfalls. To the south, Spring Mountain Ranch State Park features historic buildings and hiking trails. Also, there is an entrance fee to access the park