IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 5, 2010
For more information contact:
Durango Area Tourism Office: John Cohen, Executive Director,
111 S. Camino Del Rio – Durango, CO 81301 1-800-GO DURANGO, 1-800-525-8855, www.durango.org
Media contact: Anne Klein Barney, firstname.lastname@example.org, (970) 749-0991
Durango, Colorado—Winding mountain roads, scenic valleys and clear blue skies abound in Southwestern Colorado. It’s the perfect venue for a mountain motorcycle experience. Rider friendly towns dot the mountain landscape and provide unique food, lodging and events. The Million Dollar Highway, nationally recognized as one of America’s best Scenic Byways on the San Juan Skyway, offers 165 turns and three 10,000 foot plus mountain passes in less than 100 miles. Snow capped peaks greet riders throughout most of the summer.
The mountain landscape of Colorado beckons many a cyclist to escape and enjoy miles of curves and uninterrupted riding. The scenery is awe-inspiring with twelve National parks within riding distance and great day or overnight rides to hit every budget or adventure. Experience the perfect mix of scenic beauty, high-mountain curves and wide open stretches to release your bike for some of the best motorcycle riding in the world.
Looking for inspiration or an excuse to visit? Let us tempt you with some ideas:
There’s plenty of information for motorcyclists at www.durango.org/motorcycle. Find great rides in the area, special events, lodging, mileage charts, Four Corners Bike Rally information or motorcycle-specific events.
Contact the Durango Area Tourism Office at 1-800-463-8726 or visit www.durango.org.
The Durango Area Tourism Office is a not-for-profit organization operating with the mission to promote Durango and La Plata County’s multitude of tourism attractions, events and services. For more information, visit www.durango.org or call (970) 247-3500.