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Hoover Dam

Ride Hoover Dam The Hoover Dam is a man-made wonder located in southern Nevada. This must see attraction is only a few minutes ride on your motorcycle rental from Las Vegas, so be sure to take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity! The Hover Dam was originally named the Boulder Canyon Dam in 1930 when the building commenced. (It was later changed in honor of President Herbert Hoover). Over 16,000 people worked on the damn, which took five years to build. More than 5,000 men worked at a time, with construction going on 24-hours a day.

Mount Charleston

Ride Hoover DamMount Charleston is just under an hour from the bright lights of Las Vegas with your motorcycle rental. This is a relaxing trip from the big city and a chance for you to get some clean air, spectacular views, and a little peace and quiet. Mount Charleston stretches to an elevation of 11,918 feet and it is the centerpiece of the Spring Mountain National Recreation Area.

Red Rock Canyon

Ride Hoover DamAnother popular environmental tourist attraction near Las Vegas is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Simply hop on your motorcycle and ride for approximately 17 miles west down Charleston Highway and you'll run smack dab into the monstrous mountains of Red Rock. The entry fee is a low five dollars, which not only admits your motorcycle into the park, but also hooks you up with a glossy brochure full of maps and information on the Canyon.

Las Vegas Boulevard

Ride Hoover DamIf you're planning a trip to Las Vegas there is one place you definitely won't want to miss. The Casino Strip is the booming epicenter of Las Vegas, full of exotic entertainment, gambling opportunities and first class hotels. Also known was Las Vegas Boulevard, this street is packed full of enticing neon lights beckoning to passing tourists.

Lake Mead National Recreational Area

Ride Hoover DamLake Mead flooded a large area of desert, covering many canyons, several small villages and many relics of ancient settlemen, but this inundation of water has created a major Southwest attraction which now brings many thousands of visitors each year. They come for boating, fishing, jet skiing, camping, swimming and to a lesser extent hiking - outdoor activities are possible year round as the weather is usually sunny and hot, up to 110 °F in midsummer when the water temperature reaches the mid 80's.