Butler Motorcycle Maps
The Best Maps of The Best Roads
Looking at your typical road atlas will tell you how to get from point A to point B but it will not tell which way is the most captivating if you’re on two wheels. A Butler Motorcycle Map does just that. These comprehensive maps detail the best segments of road so you no longer have to wonder. Just ride!
Each and every road segment detailed in these maps has been ridden and rated by an owner of Butler Maps Inc. From sport bike enthusiast, to dual sport adventurer, chopper rider, to two up tourers, the Butler team has diligently researched and presented fantastic riding experiences that are sure to impress no matter what you ride.
Rather than suggesting a loop that begins and ends in the same spot, these maps allow a riders to quickly and easily plan a route based around their own time restraints and preferences. These maps highlight the best segments of road in the state. These segments have been organized into the following four categories to provide more focused information about the riding experience you can expect.
G1 - These are the best motorcycle rides. Always very dramatic and thrilling. Expect high mountain passes, deep canyons, sweepers, switchbacks, twisties and remarkable scenery. These are the roads with the greatest potential to leave you awe inspired. The maps provide Expanded Views and GPS locations of the G1 Rides.
G2- Only a notch below G1, these are great motorcycle rides. Expect dramatic scenery, lively roads, and lots of elevation change. Though not as exciting as G1, these roads are worth every mile.
G3- A bit less dramatic than G1 and G2 but still among the best motorcycle miles you can ride. Expect wooded canyons, narrow winding roadways, and great scenery. Many G1 or G2 roads begin or end with a G3 experience.
Lost Highways - Beyond mountain passes and dramatic canyons are roads that extend to the horizon and the unknown beyond. The faded paint of a centerline, or crumbling shoulder are all that remain to remind us of a more purposeful past. They are highways that seem lost in time. Void of the trappings of population or procedure, these roads provide a motorcycling experience as unique as the untouched landscapes they divide. They are America’s “Lost Highways.”
Paved Mountain Trail - Sweeping through the remote forests and mountain ranges of California are paths of pavement that leave even the most seasoned riders searching for comparable experiences. These roads are exceptionally tight, twisty and remote, offering unique opportunities to explore the less traveled corners California.