This 90 mile ride features rolling hills, farm land, and wooded areas with elevation changes indicative of the Susquehanna River Valley. The roads are in good repair and are well marked for this part of York and Lancaster County. The ride starts off in the little borough of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania at the John Wright Restaurant and ends across the river in Columbia at the Turkey Hill Experience. - See more at: http://www.motorcycleroads.com/75/1230/Pennsylvania/Wrightsville-to-Columbia-via--the-Conowingo-Dam.html#sthash.GGjSVHB3.U8nfWZrH.dpuf
VEHICLE OPERATIONS, YORK, PENNSYLVANIA
1425 Eden Road (28 Miles from the Pequea Inn)
York, PA 17402
Aside from some of the best roads for motorcycles on the East Coast, the home is a perfect destination for your group. The covered carport can easily fit 8 bikes, and has a paved, level floor. Why stay in a hotel and have your bikes parked in an un-secure parking lot, outside? We even offer a concierge...pre-order food & alcohol, so you don't have to worry about transporting all of it. Ask for more details.
Established as an assembly facility in 1973, Harley-Davidson Vehicle Operations in York, PA assembles the Touring, Softail®, CVO™ and Trike models. They also perform a variety of manufacturing operations - making parts like frames, fuel tanks, and fenders.
At the Vaughn L. Beals Tour Center, you'll explore exhibits that detail the manufacturing and assembly processes of the factory. You'll also have the chance to sit on current production motorcycles and visit the gift shop for tour-related souvenirs. The Kids Corner, a specially designed area for visitors under the age of 12, makes the York facility an ideal family destination.
Your factory tour begins with an introductory video and continues on the factory floor where you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at the people, processes and products of Vehicle Operations. You'll be guided through the manufacturing of key components and the assembly of Softail, Touring, CVO and Trike motorcycles. Then it's on to the end of the line, where every motorcycle is roll-tested prior to shipping.
Over the years, thousands of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts have made the journey to York, Pennsylvania to witness passion forged in steel. For more information, visit:
First 50 miles goes through mountains, small country towns. Last 50 miles goes through Amish Country with beautiful farmland settings in the heart of Amish country. Passes through true Amish country towns like Intercourse, Blue Ball, Kinzers (has steam engine museum), Bareville, White Horse and more. Good local Amish (Pa. Dutch cooking stops) and ice cream stops. Tourist shops in Intercourse. Excellent ride to enjoy the scenery with lots of sweeping turns, hills and valleys. Also goes through Middle Creek wildlife sanctuary for animal lovers. - See more at: http://www.motorcycleroads.com/75/688/Routes/Lancaster-County-Amish-Area.html#sthash.EfN54JrQ.dpuf
Wrightsville to Columbia via the Conowingo Dam
Lancaster County Amish Area
The Frogtown Cafe is 5 miles from the house. They have great food, a full bar, pool tables and really cold beer!
The Pequea Inn