Route maps from some of the Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group rides. These routes are created in the online Ride Command mapping tool on the Indian Motorcycle website. You can download the GPX (GPS data file), and upload to your Ride Command on your Indian Motorcycle (or other device).
|Lefthand Canyon Ride
Lefthand Canyon is one of the best rides in the Boulder area. Start at Love’s Travel in Berthoud. Ride toward Boulder to Lefthand Canyon. Ride to Ward, then up Peak-to-Peak Hwy. Head to Lyons then back to Berthoud.
Route is 91 miles with estimated 2 hour ride time, and has a max elevation climb of 9,280 feet. Mountainous roads with lots of curves.
|Estes Park to Longmont Pumphouse Ride
Starting at the Fort Collins Indian Motorcycle Dealership, ride up the Big Thompson Canyon, and jaunt through the outskirts of Estes Park. After passing through Estes, head down to Longmont on Hwy 36 for lunch at the Pumphouse.
Route is 86 miles with estimated 2 hour 15 minute ride time, and has a max elevation climb of 8,161 feet. Mountainous roads with lots of curves.
|Horsetooth & Carter Lakes Ride
Very scenic ride around Horsetooth Reservoir in Fort Collins, and Carter Lake in Loveland. Start at Fort Collins Indian Motorcycle Dealership. Ride through Laporte to Bellvue. N County Rd 23 along Horsetooth Reservoir to Masonville. From Masonville travel to Carter Lake. At end of Carter Lake, travel East to Berthoud for lunch at Derby Grill.
Route is 56 miles with estimated 2 hour ride time, and has a max elevation climb of 5,828 feet. Lots of curves in foothills around several reservoirs.
|Flatlander to Frederick Georgia Boys Ride
Nice easy flatlander ride starting at the Fort Collins Indian Motorcycle Dealership, and heading South on County roads to Frederick to Georgia Boys BBQ.
Route is 40 miles with estimated 1 hour ride time. Straight line ride with no change in altitude.
|Flatlander Pumphouse Ride
A flatlander ride going from the Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins Dealership to the Pumphouse in Longmont for lunch. This ride goes in somewhat of a U-shape out toward Pawnee Grasslands, then down and back through Greeley and on into Longmont.
Route is 102 miles with estimated 2 hour ride time. Little change in altitude with straight roads.
|Ride to Durango Rendezvous
Route to Ignacio for the Durango Rendezvous. Lunch stop at Colorado Grille & Tap House in Del Norte. Back highway riding once past Boulder.
Route is 363 miles with estimated 7 hour ride time. Riding in flatlands, foot mountains, and mountains. Elevation ranges from 4835 feet to 10,861 feet.
|Rist Canyon Ride
Short mountainous ride with lots of great twisties. A very scenic ride starting from the Dealership and going around Horsetooth Reservoir into Masonville. Then up Buckhorn Rd to Rist Canyon. Head East on Rist to Laporte with ride ending at Vern’s.
Route is 59 miles with estimated 2 hour ride time. Foothill and mountain riding with lots of turns. Elevation ranges from 4,905 feet to 7,998 feet.
|Lee Hill Ride
This ride takes us to the Boulder area where we do a fun twisty loop made by Lefthand Canyon and Lee Hill. Then head to Lyons to end the ride.
Route is 55 miles with estimated 2 hour ride time. Back County roads to Lefthand Canyon. Lots of fun curves riding in a loop on Lefthand Canyon and Lee Hill. Elevation ranges from 4,862 feet to 6,996 feet.
|Ride to Steamboat-Craig
This is a beautiful and very scenic ride to Craig for an overnight stay starting at Ted’s Place on Hwy 287. This goes through Poudre Canyon, over Cameron Pass and Rabbit Ears. Stop for lunch in Walden. And stop in Steamboat Springs to look around. From Steamboat, we go approximately 40 miles to Craig to spend the night.
Route is 192 miles with an approximate ride time of 4 hours. Mountain riding with lots of curvy roads. Elevation ranges from 5,223 feet to 10,274 feet.
|Snowy Range Ride
A beautiful mountain ride across the Snowy Range in Wyoming, and making a loop back on scenic Hwy 230. We go through Laramie to Snowy Range. Lunch stop in Riverside. A rest stop at Woods Landing, then head to Ted’s Place to end the ride.
Route is 279 miles with an approximate ride time of 6 hours. Mountain riding with twisty and curvy roads. Elevation ranges from 5,233 feet to 10, 849 feet.
|Beecher Island Battlefield Ride
An epic flat lander ride to Wray and back to visit the Beecher Island battlefield. Mostly flat, with gentle hills here and there. Pass through rolling grasslands, dotted with occasional trees and shrubs.
Route is 436 miles with an approximate ride time of 8 hours. Route takes 34 to Brush, then down to 36. Go East to the battlefield. Coming back, take 14 West. Elevation ranges from 3,510 feet to 5,177 feet.
|Happy Jack Road Ride
Happy Jack Road is a scenic route connecting Cheyenne and Laramie. The road itself is approximately 37 miles long and winds through the Medicine Bow National Forest. The road is well-maintained and easy to ride. Along the way, you will see a variety of landscapes, including towering mountains, and rolling hills.
Ride stops include Abraham Lincoln memorial, and Bunkhouse Bar & Grill for lunch.
This ride route is 164 miles with a total of 4 hours saddle time with some highway speeds and short interstate riding. Elevation ranges from 4,904 feet to 8,706 feet.
|Glenwood Springs Loop Road Trip
Multi-night ride. Day 1 Loveland to Red Cliff traversing Trail Ridge Road across Rocky Mountain National Park. Day 2 Red Cliff to Yampa going over Independence Pass to Glenwood Springs than on to Yampa. Day 3 Yampa to Steamboat Springs, over Rabbit Ears and Cameron Pass, down Poudre Canyon to end ride in Laporte.
This ride is 600 miles with a total of 14 hours saddle time. Lots of mountain riding with sharp curves and switchbacks.