Longest for me was back in 2009 from Douglasville, GA to South Lake Tahoe, then Yosemite, Death Valley, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, seeing a frind in TX and back to GA. 24 days on the road, 19 days of camping and 6600 mile round trip! Currently planning the next excursion!
2008 GL1800-HPNA with 22,000+ miles
1988 BunkHouse camper
Last September,(2015), I managed to visit family and friends in Orlando, Tampa, and Ocala, Fla. and Atlanta area before heading to a Goldwing gathering in S. Carolina. Just a little shy of 3,000 miles in six travel days, but I was away from home for two weeks. Friends and family didn't like a tent in their yard so I was only under the stars for two nights...
For those who've never fought for it, the price of freedom shall never be known...
I've been living the gypsy life for 6 months. Pulling my Time Out Deluxe with my 2016 Tri Glide Ultra. Been coast to coast twice, with side trips to Idaho, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama.
As what the Gypsy Lore Society calls a Roader (use roads to reach camping destinations), with no house or apartment, my road trip is never ending.
In 2017 I will finally hit the last of the States (including Alaska) I have yet to hit.
Ride, camp 14-30 days, repeat.
2016 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra
2014 TimeOut Deluxe trailer
Living the Gypsy Life... slow, lazy, happy, and don't give a damn
Moto Tent Camping since 1995 via a 1995 Triumph Trophy 1200 and my 1982 Honda GL500 Interstate Silverwing
"He Who Would Travel Happily Must Travel Light" - Antoine De St. Exupery
wow I started a good thread thanks for all the replays and great trips
I've done several trips of 4-8 weeks, including four cross-country rides. After I retired the wife and I spent four months on a loop around the country. Started in Bakersfield CA, zig-zagged on a southern route to Florida then north to Maine, then back west on a more northerly route, again with several zigs and zags to visit friends and family. Hit 32 states and totaled just over 15,000 miles. Camped most of the time, stayed with friends and family several times, moteled it a few. My wife was riding her '05 Electraglide with a Hannigan sidecar, I started out on my 2000 Roadglide pulling an Aspen Classic camper, and when we got to Kentucky I had a sidecar put on at the Hannigan factory.
A solo ride from Michigan to the west coast, about 1100 miles in two weeks of road time and a week of layovers.
A clean dirt bike is a dirty shame...