AZ 366 Is a hidden gem south of the grand 191 (Devil's Highway).
It's spectacularly beautiful and takes you to a high elevation. Corners are often tight and there are several sets of switchbacks one needs to be ready for.
Beyond the end point the road becomes unpaved. During good weather, with proper bikes, You are welcome to continue on and enjoy further.
US Forestry service people are typically there, but they are quite friendly.
It's much more technical than fast. Enjoy!
Very nice section with nice curves and good surface, also joins the 96, but I just like to go back again the way I came :)
Fantastic curves going up the mountain
Excellent bends through canyon, typical of one of the many excellent roads in this area.
I cant believe Im the first to review this spectacular SoCal road! This road is one of the main reasons why motorcyclist love SoCal!
Angeles Crest (Hwy 2) begins just north of the 210. Most riders gas up at the nearby station and get ready for an E ticket ride.
On weekends cops and squids are all over the place. The best times to run this are on the weekdays.
During winter it can get quite chilly even when its warm in the city. Bring an extra layer and some warm gloves.
Also during winter, they dump volcanic rock on the roads to keep the snow and ice in check. The edges can retain the gravel for a long time.
Otherwise, during the week, there are still cops, but dont make a complete arse or show of yourself and theyll leave you alone.
Be sure to also stop by Newcombs Ranch for an awesome meal.
This is not a road for beginners. Even experienced riders crash here. Take it easy the first time.
There are lots of fun off shoots too! Just a few are Angeles Forest and Big & Little Tujunga.
Plan most of one day for this one.