3 great days in Northern California

Day 6, 1822 miles,  Northern California.

I have to say that Northern California has some extremely challenging roads and by challenging, I mean FUN!, it also has some spectacular views. Here are a few pics that help make my point. If you are ever out this way, take the road less traveled.

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I also  need to give a shout out to Steve and Paula McCarley of Redding Yamaha Seadoo . We had just stopped in to say hi and were invited to the 1st of their summer bike nights. The hot dogs were delicious! Thanks!


My tour of Northern California ended in Garberville with the best Cajun food west of Louisiana. ( I know, it’s shocking) Cecil’s New Orleans Bistro‘s head chef once worked with Emeril at Commanders Palace in New Orleans. The food is amazing!


Tomorrow I head to the Bay Area in the rain, hopefully it won’t be too wet.

Author: PNWTenere

It's all about going for a ride with friends on the Yamaha Super Tenere, on road or off in the Pacific Northwest

2 thoughts on “3 great days in Northern California”

  1. I can’t believe you’re skipping Northern Michigan. You are missing out on some beautiful riding, great food, waterfalls,.excellent.camping, and us!


    1. My options for the second half of my trip are totally open. I’ll be in the Upper Peninsula for sure. The map I posted is just a very general route to show the flow of what order I’ll travel. It’s not meant to be exact. Plus if you notice, it’s all interstate and I don’t plan on taking any. Stay tuned and maybe we can ride together when I’m up there.


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