Triple Hit – Harley-Davidson, Best Western and the Canadian Rockies

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Beauty² = A trip on a H-D through the Canadian Rockies.

There are very few places in the world as beautiful, awe inspiring and majestic as the Canadian Rockies. Riding a Harley-Davidson and staying at local Best Western Hotels while riding through this masterpiece of nature is just the icing on the cake.

Great scenery, great roads, great motorcycles, great people, great hotels and great food equals one really great ride. While you can substitute a Harley-Davidson motorcycle for any other manufacturer this type of trip, there is just something wonderfully unique about riding a Harley-Davidson V-Twin through the mountains that few other bikes could deliver. The engine roar and rumble echoing off the walls through the mountain passes, the sea of chrome always mirroring the beauty of the surrounding landscape, the I’m-in-no-rush relaxed riding position and the beauty of the bike lines that match the sweeping curves of the road… all this and more just seem to flow together to make a wonderful masterwork.

 

The Route – From Edmonton to Jasper to Banff to Calgary, a ride that shows the Canadian Rocky Mountains in their best light.

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