My dad and I have been taking annual father/son bike trips since 1997 (19 years). My dad lives in Nebraska and I live in Kansas (after college), but we make it a point to go on a road trip every year. It started with Sturgis in 1997 where we had a blast and continued that tradition for 15 years in a row. We have traveled every possible road in the Black
Hills, and many years we took off and headed into Wyoming to go over the mountains near Ten Sleep. In
2012 we decide to leave the crowds and head to other places. We made it to Yellowstone, Glacier National Park, the Grand Canyon, and all over Arizona, New Mexico, and the Colorado Rockies. We also have been east to the Smoky Mountains, which were awesome and provided some great riding. We normally avoid the interstates so we can see the real America and ride some very scenic and less-traveled roads. This past year we went north through Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and reached the shores of Lake Superior. My dad is now 83 (still on two wheels), and we are planning our next trip for this summer. We have a great time traveling the US together. Bikes: 1999 Wide Glide with a lot of extras and a motor kit 96cc and 2010 Electra Glide Ultra Classic 103cc kit. My dad has had five Ultra Classics since 1997.
OUR BIKES OUTSIDE A MOTEL IN DURANGO, COLORADO.
MY DAD GOING OVER THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE IN COLORADO AT AGE 81.