The Devil's Highway, formally known as Route 666 was changed to U.S. 191 in the early 90's. The 666 signs were removed by collectors, so the Federal Highway System needed to change the number. U.S. 191 is a long road starting in Montana, but we pick up the route just outside of Moab, Utah and ride it all the way to I-10 in New Mexico. The very twisty Devil sections are in Arizona and are also known as the Coronado Trail Scenic Byway.
In addition to traveling this famous highway, we start our rally in "Sin City," very fitting for the Devil's Highway and along the way you will be treated to several National Parks including Zion and Bryce National Park. There is the option of riding through Monument Valley along with a drive through the Arches National Park, a bucket list location for many riders.
During the “Midnight Sun”, Fairbanks experiences 24 hours of sunlight for seventy days from May 17 to July 27. Originally a gold rush boomtown and now the Golden Heart of Alaska, visitors find Fairbanks inviting, engaging and awe-inspiring—the heart of the last frontier. At 65 degrees north latitude, the sky takes on a life of its own—a canvas for the midnight sun and the sunsets and sunrises that last forever. Here, there are serious mountain ranges, pristine rivers and lakes, abundant wildlife and a certain solitude found nowhere else on earth. Locals embrace the natural world and have created a vibrant river city in the far north.
Quirky and invigorating, Fairbanks is an outstanding and authentic destination with numerous riding opportunities. There will be daily guided rides, on-your-own adventures, and evening entertainment. Events include outdoor parties with early and late musical entertainment, scavenger hunts; bike games and challenges.
Connecticut offers it all, from well-maintained and lightly traveled roads that keep you out of the busiest commercial centers, to motorcycle-friendly towns along the way.
Connecticut’s north route will take you through small, quaint, historic towns surrounded by forested stretches of wide, open curvy roads. While the southern route includes friendly small towns, beautiful rural landscapes and coastal riding opportunities where you can sink your toes into soft sand at Rocky Neck State Park.
At the end of your riding day, enjoy those things you have come to expect at the Iron Adventure, including the camaraderie with new and old friends as you kick back around the glowing embers of the fire pit.
Bikes, Bourbon and Bluegrass HOG Rally will be hosted by Man O’ War Harley-Davidson, located in Lexington, which sits in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass region. Kentucky is world famous for thoroughbreds and harness racing at two tracks (Keeneland and Red Mile), bourbon, basketball, Bluegrass music, beautiful women, and most of all southern hospitality. The rolling hills, rivers and gorges around Lexington feature some of the richest horse farms in the world, serene natural beauty, frontier land, and Civil War-era forts and battlefields, and both new and historic distilleries along the Bourbon Trail—all welcoming visitors daily.
Man O’ War H-D is also located at the gateway (or end-point) for the numerous HEART of the Dragon rides in Eastern Kentucky, including the EYE of the Dragon through Red River Gorge State Park, and Black Mountain. Daniel Boone once said, “Heaven must be a Kentucky kind of place” and in Kentucky, we believe he had it right. Come see us, Kentucky is waiting for you!