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Check out our feature article in the latest edition of the BMW Rider's Magazine titled "ON THE LEVEL"! We have a three page spread with an interview with our founder Jenny Lefferts! By Miles DavisTwo wheel back roads touring – either solo or in small groups – has increased in popularity proportionate to America’s swift urbanization. As city pressures rise and boil over, men and women motorcyclists find themselves escaping for a few precious hours of wind-in-the-face fun and country riding. Many of the adventurous routes explored by meditative riders have grown into carefully guarded personal secrets.Enter Jenny Lefferts, who has been crazy about motor biking for decades. She’s called, “Mad Jenny,” because she’s mad bout the ride, and...
The Johnstown Inclined Plane is a 896.5-foot funicular in Johnstown, Cambria County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The incline and its two stations connect the city of Johnstown, situated in a valley at the confluence of the Stonycreek and the Little Conemaugh Rivers, to the borough of Westmont on Yoder Hill. The Johnstown Inclined Plane is billed as the "world's steepest vehicular inclined plane", as it is capable of carrying automobiles, in addition to passengers, up or down a slope with a grade of 70.9 percent. Available from our USRT200 - Scenic Road Trips Map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Natural Bridge is a geological formation in Rockbridge County, Virginia, in which Cedar Creek has carved out a gorge in the mountainous limestone terrain, forming a natural arch 215 feet high with a span of 90 feet. Available from in our USRT190 - Scenic Road Trips Map of Virginia, W Virginia, Maryland, Delaware
The Paw Paw Tunnel - Maryland 14 years of construction. Over $600,000 spent. 6 million bricks used. 3,118 feet long. Those are just a few of the staggering statistics of the greatest engineering marvel along the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Located at milepost 155.2, the Paw Paw Tunnel helped eliminate 6 miles of canal and opened up economic success for Cumberland, Maryland. Available in our USRT190 - Scenic Road Trips Map Virginia, E. W. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware