Wyoming is the tenth largest state in the country and the least populated. For the touring motorcyclist riding here, it's a slice of heaven -- wide open ranges and remote roads with uncrowded riding reach into all corners of the state. In 1872 Yellowstone became the first National Park in the U.S., and the world! Though it seduces three million visitors a year, there is so much more to Wyoming than its famous parks.
Each and every road segment detailed in our maps has been ridden and rated by an owner of Butler Maps Inc. From sport bike enthusiast, to dual sport adventurer, chopper rider, to two up tourers, our team has diligently researched and presented fantastic riding experiences that are sure to impress no matter what you ride.
There are a handful of roads in Wyoming that are among the most spectacular in the world. At least in our humble opinion. This map will show them all. The bulk of the good paved riding happens in the western one-third of the state, but this newly updated 3rd edition includes the best dirt roads to get you across the vast expanses of eastern Wyoming.