Two-Wheel Adventurin’ in Virginia

by Casey Higgins | Posted: Apr 15, 2010 | Updated: Apr 17, 2018

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Motorcycle Grand Tour of VirginiaWe’re stoked about the second annual Motorcycle Grand Tour of Virginia that just kicked off last Saturday (April 10) and continues through November 1. Seriously. Wind at our backs, nothin’ but open highway, the most amazing views anyone could ask for, and a chance to win an oceanfront trip for two to Virginia Beach at the end of the line!

Scenic byways, country roads and off-the-beaten path attractions and historic sites beckon riders who yearn for freedom. The tour features 82 stops across Virginia that include travel destinations, museums, restaurants, motorcycle dealerships and many more unique sites.

Riders receive a passport and an official tour t-shirt once registered. As you ride throughout the season, (April 10-November 1), collect stamps from each sponsor to qualify for great prizes offered at the end of the tour. The more stamps you collect, the more chances you have to win!

Participants are not required to be Virginia residents, but must obtain an official Motorcycle Grand Tour passport to be eligible for prizes. 

Register on-line at where you can also post photos, share your stories from the tour, view the ride map and prizes, and learn about the sponsors’ businesses. 

Hope to see you on the road!


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The Natural Bridge of Virginia is a must see on the Grand Tour… remember to get your passport stamped. And Natural Bridge Hotel, a motorcycle-friendly accommodation, offers a special room discount, the 2 Wheel Steal, to motorcyclists. Download the coupon and route maps from the website. There’s lots of great riding in that area.

Lavonia Daughtridge

Great place I found here, have learned some new stuff which I didn’t was aware of, thanks to the admins, site is bookmarked.


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