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A 112-Mile Loop Northeast of Oklahoma City
The open road awaits in central Oklahoma. Motorcycle enthusiasts, pack up the bike and hit the Edmond-Stillwater Circuit – a 112-mile loop just northeast of Oklahoma City. For fans of the Mother Road, this ride encompasses Route 66, as well as many scenic Oklahoma highways.
The ride starts in Edmond, where you can zip north on South Sooner Road to the historic but lively town of Guthrie. Make your way north from Guthrie until you reach Oklahoma State Highway 51, where you’ll make a right and ride toward Stillwater. Pull over in Stillwater for saloons and restaurants on Washington Street – also known as The Strip – or ride south for more than 30 miles until you reach Warwick, and Historic Route 66. Set your wheels on the Mother Road and ride west, right back to Edmond.
For a pit stop along the ride, check out the Old West town of Guthrie for the Guthrie Historic District – a National Historic Landmark – plus neat restaurants, boutiques and festivals. Check out the Oklahoma Territorial Museum, see what’s playing with the Pollard Theatre Company, or stop for a picnic in Noble Park.
Looking for festivals along the way? Ride into Guthrie for the 89er Days Celebration at the Logan County Fairgrounds in April, or the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival in October. And if you’re looking for a motorcycle event nearby, be sure to check out the annual Candyazz O.K.B.T.F. in the spring, right there in Oklahoma City.