Son, you don't realise it yet, but you done died and gone to heaven!
There are more GREAT roads all around this area than you got time to ride.
Don't believe me? Why do you think that Rider magazine used to hold a riding rally just south of Lexington every year? Or why the HSTA held it's national event in Lexington 2 years ago? Great Roads! No Traffic (outside the city)!
Great BBQ! Friendly people! And the weather ain't to bad either (can usually ride just about year round) Welcome to the Bluegrass!
hey, I'm in lexington been here for a couple years now, lexington is a pretty small city, that is surrounded by really good roads, we have a bike night every thursday that we all get together and ride down to the river, once you get there you'll be amazed by how many ppl are there on bikes, everyone from lexington/winchester/richmond are there. so be sure to hit some of us up with a PM as to where to ride, or just go out side of lexington and just ride, you'll be happy lol.
Lexington here as well. The state as a whole is pretty motorcycle friendly and the roads are awesome. It only takes a few minutes to get out of the city and onto some pretty good back roads and twisties that lead to all parts of the states.
Time for the 2nd Annual Dice'n & Slice'n Marathon Ride!
Total distance of this twisty road route will be 300 miles!
....and that does not include your mileage from your house to the start,
or your return mileage back home...so calculate that in.
It's a full day of rockin' the backwoods!