There’s something wonderfully indescribable about watching the sunrise over the mountains in the Sonoran Desert.
The way the inky night transitions from black to purple to early morning blue, against a rust-colored backdrop of cactus covered sandstone, is a sight unlike any in the world.
A sight like that is why riding a motorcycle here is about avoiding freeways as much as possible in favor of long-stretches of sparsely populated road.
Imagine sitting in the saddle, cruising up through Rio Verde to Fountain Hills in the early morning sun, before carrying on along the Beeline in all its high-desert majesty.
See yourself avoiding the beaten path by riding from Yarnell to Prescott, Prescott to Skull Valley, and then onward to the famed old-mining town of Jerome.
To have the freedom to take in such a vibrant tapestry of color and life every single morning is what makes living in Scottsdale, Arizona so special. And it’s why the owners of 9701 E Happy Valley Road, #13 took the time and the effort to maintain such a spectacular garage, filled with meticulously kept BMW bikes.
For the motorcycling enthusiast, this is a home without equal, where an hours long ride is less of a suggestion and more of a weekly mandate.
Although located in Scottsdale, the home not far from the town of Cave Creek, a haven for several annual bike events, Harley-gatherings, and biker bars like the Roadhouse Cave Creek Bike Week, and The World Famous Hideaway Grill. It is this kind of proximity makes 9701 E Happy Valley Road, #13 the perfect place for two-wheeled mavens.
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