"Also listed in the book are motorcycle dealers, restaurants and a wealth of helpful and practical advice, like not hurtling right up to 10,000 feet, risking altitude sickness, but spending a couple of nights at 5,000 feet. Believe me, he is right! It is certainly a book that will accompany me when I return to Colorado." -- Motorcycle-Sport, January 1995
"If you're going to the Durango rally, or just want to go riding in the west, this book is a must . . . ." -- BMW Owners News
"In the 420 page softbound book, Berke has scouted the region's best campgrounds, parks, scenic landmarks, and restaurants, always with an eye on value. Each chapter, or trip, contains useful listings of restaurants, lodgings, places of interest, and other helpful tips. Over eighty maps accompany the text, making navigation a snap, and over 255 illustrations highlight many of the attractions.
"If you have a taste for the offbeat, and want to avoid traditional tourist traps, while experiencing the Southwest's finest motorcycling roads, then Motorcycle Journeys through the Southwest is for you." -- Keystone Motorcycle Press, September 1994
"Motorcycle Journeys Through the Southwest, You Don't Have to get Lost to Find the Good Roads. . . That subtitle is right, you don't have to get lost to find the good roads if you have this book. You don't even have to ride a motorcycle to enjoy it. It is written in a merry and informative style and contains all the information you will need with a bonus of comments on the cuisine; the history and the general ambiance of the area you want to travel through. There are clear maps of each area, and the book is small enough to carry in a large pocket." -- New Mexico Magazine, April 1995 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Looks to be a good book. I can review better after I have tried several of the rides.Published 4 months ago by Donald E. Wray
Found the book very helpful in planning my trip to the southwest this coming spring Mat 2014. Enjoy hearing about the small towns and unexpected side trips. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pam
Very informative. Great ideas for rides. I would have like color pictures a little more than the black and white.Published 10 months ago by Katherine F Shepherd
This book reads a lot like most travel books- it describes where to stay and eat, and what to do that's fun. Its description of the roads and traffic could be enhanced. Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by Pop S
This book not only shows you the great roads in the southwest, it also tells you quite a bit of history along the various routes. Very well done.Published on June 3, 2009 by Donald Skinner