The trip was set for September. AC/DC would be playing at AT&T Park in San Francisco on their Rock or Bust World Tour. Four of us got tickets and decided to ride our motorcycles down. We decided to ride the famous Highway 50 through Nevada, known as the loneliest highway in America.
Highway 50 goes through some really cool old towns in Nevada with lots of history. We stayed the first night in Eureka, Nevada.
The next day we crossed the Sierra Nevada Mountains on Highway 108. This is an awesome road with twisties for miles and miles. It is a small canyon road for most of it, going though the trees. What an excellent choice! Once we got out of the mountains, we continued into Oakland, California and our hotel.
The concert was incredible! If you have not been to an AC/DC concert, then you are really missing out on one of the best performances you could ever experience.
On our way home we went back over the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, this time right through the top of Yosemite, crossing Tioga Pass. It was another incredible ride!
You will only see these types of mountains in Yosemite and the lakes are beautiful.
The last stay of the trip was in Tonopah, Nevada. We were able to find a really nice hotel, along with a great place to eat some BBQ for dinner, right across from the hotel and also watch a football game. It was a GREAT trip with the guys.