The Journey from LA to Prescott AZ
Two moto-vloggers passionate about traveling and the open road.
This wasn't our first time doing this ride, and it definitely won't be our last. Theres no shortage of diverse landscapes along the way, which is what makes this one of our favorite rides. Riding through open deserts, breathtaking valleys, alongside rivers, and through hillside towns, there is always something new to see. We hit some rain, snow, and wind along the way, but we wouldn't have it any other way!
If you click on the image of the map, you will find a link to the routes that we took on our scenic ride, and can take the trip yourself if you choose to do so. Whether it's in a motorcycle or a car, many of these places have breathtaking views and experiences in store.
**Remember to always stay up to date with road conditions and routes, 2LaneLife is not responsible for peril.
While some of our routes may not be the shortest, we always aim to make them the most scenic. We'd rather spend our time riding with great views on open highways than congested freeways.
Long rides mean a lot of restaurants! Plenty of good spots to hit on this ride, check 'em out!
Cowboy Club Grille & Spirits - Sedona
Goldie's Route 66 Diner - Williams
The Lodge on Route 66 - Williams
The Lodge is our go-to whenever we stop along Route 66 during long rides. Clean rooms, friendly staff, and restaurants near by!
Right on Whiskey Row, this was a great stay. It's within walking distance of plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, and they offer a complimentary breakfast in the Bistro St. Michael Restaurant. It's an older hotel, but a great stay and lots of history. Just watch out for the 3rd floor, legend has it, it's haunted...
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We have been running all of the products on our site for years, and for good reason. When it comes to parts, there is no room for sub-par goods, throughout the years we have found what really works for us and we're excited to share these with you.