What kind of riding are you looking for? For Pavement, the San Juan Skyway is hard to beat. Try to do it on a weekday, as there is a lot of traffic on weekends and too many who don't know how to drive mountains - traffic takes the fun out of the ride. Wolf Creek, South Fork, Creede, Lake City is a good ride. There are some great dirt passes as well if you get tired of the asphalt. If you are into artifacts, Canyon of the Ancients is good as well as Mesa Verde. Depending on the direction you are coming from, Muley point in SE Utah is an awesome view of the San Juan goosenecks and Monument Valley.
Northwest through Naturita to Gateway is a nice rice as well - and a cool auto museum in Gateway for us Motornutts
Give a heads up when you will be in the area and if I can get out, maybe we can meet up and ride a little.
"If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough" [Mario Andretti]
PCIII, Staintunes, Givi crash bars, Jesse hard bags, Touratech soft bags, Fenda Extenda, Suzuki Center Stand, Pro Taper SE bars, Symtec grip heaters, Grip Puppies
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SW-Motech center stand, Suzuki heated grips and hand guards