- Associated Press - Sunday, April 19, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota tourism officials are expanding a program that allows motorcycle riders to earn a patch after traveling five of the state’s scenic byways and backways.

Officials are making it easier for riders to earn a patch by adding new routes and state parks to the state’s Scenic ByRider Program.

New routes include the loop ride within the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, the Enchanted Highway north of Regent and the highways circling Devils Lake, including Grahams Island State Park. Riders can also visit North Dakota’s 12 other state parks.

Officials say the goal is to give people more opportunities to reach the five-location goal at a leisurely pace.


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