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Meers Store & Restaurant is a popular stop for motorcyclists traveling along the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway.  Stop here and be rewarded with all-American burgers, barbecue and beer.
Motorcyclists get amazing views of fall foliage along the Talimena National Scenic Byway. Located in southeast Oklahoma, this byway features scenic turnouts where travelers can pause to take in the panoramic views of the Ouachita Mountains.
The Kiamichi Trace that passes through Hugo is a great place for a motorcycle ride.
Lake Eufaula is a popular cruising spot for motorcyclists in eastern Oklahoma.
The crew of the Two Wheel Oklahoma TV show visits the Round Barn on Route 66 in Arcadia.
This couple enjoys a romantic moment alongside their motorcycle as they watch the sun set behind the peaks of the Wichita Mountains from atop Mount Scott in Lawton.
A view from one of the vista turnouts on the Talimena Skyline Drive in southeastern Oklahoma.  This scenic route draws motorcycle enthusiasts from across the country who enjoy its winding curves.
The winding Talimena National Scenic Byway captivates motorcyclists and road aficionados of every sort as they anticipate what's waiting just beyond each new curve.  Plentiful scenic turnouts offer panoramic vistas over the Ouachita National Forest and the seemingly endless ridges of the Ouachita Mountains.
Drive right over the crests of the Ouachita Mountains on the Talimena National Scenic Byway in southeast Oklahoma.  Make your journey during late October or early November and enjoy the magnificent autumn foliage of the Ouachita National Forest.
Travel to the top of Mount Scott in southwest Oklahoma after a relaxing motorcycle ride along the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway for stunning views of the landscape below.
The Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in Warwick is housed in an historic Route 66 filling station building and home to more than 65 vintage motorcycles.
The former Seaba Filling Station in Warwick is now a Route 66 landmark and home to the Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum with more than 65 vintage motorcycles on display.
Travel to Route 66 Vintage Iron in Miami for plenty of antique, vintage and retro motorcycles on display along Route 66.
Route 66 Vintage Iron in Miami is the proud home to over 40 vintage motorcycles from a wide variety of eras.
The Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway in southwest Oklahoma allows visitors to drive right to the top of Mount Scott where they can park and take in the panoramic views over the rugged Wichita Mountains.
The Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway in southwest Oklahoma is a virtual paradise for motorcyclists.
A rural stretch of Route 66 glows at sunset.
The scenic byways of Oklahoma offer wide open skies and picturesque scenery.
The Wichita Mountains of southwest Oklahoma rise from the prairie.
Every twist and turn of the Talimena National Scenic Byway in southeastern Oklahoma offers travelers a new vantage point over miles and miles of forested ridges and valleys.
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