The Rolling hills of Southwestern Pennsylvania may be one of the state's best-kept motorcycling secrets. The Laurel Highlands, just an hour southeast of Pittsburgh, is situated in the bucolic Allegheny Mountains. Named for Allegheny's laurel Ridge and the mountain laurel - Pennsylvania's state flower - the 3,000-square mile, three-county region offers an irresistible combination of scenery, history, and culture.
Read more about the historic highways, the Youghiogheny River, coal mines, Pennsylvania covered bridges, Flight 93 National Memorial. Experience the Wright stuff, and find out when the best time to drive through the Laurel Highlands on your hog.