Exploring Page Arizona on Two Wheels | Day 2 | Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridge, Lees Ferry, and more

Exploring Page Arizona on Two Wheels | Day 2 | Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridge, Lees Ferry, and more

The Open 2Lanes of Arizona!

Two moto-vloggers passionate about traveling and the open road.

Day 2 of our week in beautiful Page, Arizona and it was full of surprises and great times! We spoke with some locals, did some great riding, and met a handful of new people that we're proud to now call friends. If that's not what riding motorcycles is all about, we don't know what is!

The days ahead would be followed by tons of interviews with some interesting people, and the start of this one was no different. We cruised down to Lake Powell Paddleboards & Kayaks to learn about some of the tours from the owner, Max who has worked on the water for over 12 years and had owned the business for just over a year at that point. It was great to hear his insight on not only the water levels, but to get his take on all of the sheer beauty and endless activities in the area.

After that, we hit the road and began our ride out to the Glen Canyon National Recreation area to see a few landmarks along the way. Riding out of Page, we took 89, and after about 25 miles, we hooked a right in Bitter Springs on Arizona SR89A which is one of our favorite roads in the state. After about 14 miles on 89A, we turned off to see the first stop of the day, the Historic Navajo Bridge where we got to see some wild California Condors and even met some fans who pulled in on some EagleRider Rentals in the parking lot! Small world!

The day prior, we were lucky enough to meet Tim, the Police Chief of Page along with his wife Anne who are fans of the show, so we put together a ride for the day so they could show us around. We rode out to Lees Ferry to meet them, then got back on 89A to check out a few spots and grab some lunch.

For lunch, we hit up one of Tim's favorite spots in the area Cliff Dwellers Restaurant which was nestled up against the towering red rocks of the canyon and made for one of the most scenic lunches we've had in a while. We sat, shared stories, and enjoyed a great view of the neighboring valley with some delicious food, then parted ways. It's always nice meeting new people who have a passion for the open road and the experiences that it brings, and this was certainly one of those times.

We only had about an hour of sunlight left, so we rode further up 89A into golden hour then turned back to head back towards Page, witnessing another great Arizona sunset. Pulling into town, we were feeling some Mexican food, so we hit up El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant for a great meal and a good way to end the way.

It was another adventure exploring the beautiful state of Arizona, and there was plenty more to come for the rest of the week. Stay tuned for the rest of the series!

See ya down the road..

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