Begin Your Bike the Big Sky Journey Here

Ride through the wild terrain of Montana's Big Sky country. Rev up your bike, let the wind hit your face, and feel the power of your motorcycle's engine roar beneath your feet. You're ready to go anywhere. If you're looking for some new, beautiful bike routes to enjoy, you've come to the right place.

Thanks to Quality Inn Havre, you'll be guided through the most scenic and attraction-filled routes around. With the help of our "Bike the Big Sky: Your Guide to Great Montana Rides," you'll enjoy seven amazing routes that are yours for the choosing.

Quality Inn Havre, located in the bustling small Montana town of Havre, is the perfect place to begin your journey. Rest up and get ready at amenity-rich, affordable, and comfortable Quality Inn Havre hotel.

Get Ready to Go in Havre, Montana

Fuel up on gas and coffee; get your bike looking great with our provided cleaning supplies; rest up in our first-rate hotel so you can start your ride out straight and easy on the 60-mile stretch of Interstate 15. Once you hit Chester, Montana, you'll find Bike the Big Sky Route 4, known as the Plains and Peaks Ride.

Plains and Peaks Ride

Ride to Great Falls, Montana, by heading south on Montana State Road 223, then southwest on US 87. Take off from Great Falls on I-15 North; take the Vaughn exit and head west on MT 200 to US 89 north to Dupuyer. Travel north of Dupuyer about 10 miles and turn east toward Valier on MT 44 and ride by Lake Frances. Continue on MT 44 to I-15, then turn north for a short ride to Shelby. Continue riding on US HWY 2 east to Chester. Ride south on MT 223 through the Golden Triangle to the junction of 223 and US 87 near Fort Benton, then ride US 87 back to Great Falls.

Route 4 Highlights and Facts:

  • View Spectacular Rocky Mountain Front
  • See Memorabilia from the 1923 Dempsey-Gibbons Championship Fight at the Marias Museum of History
  • 280-Mile Approximate Route Distance
  • Mostly Two-Lane Highways

Call us at 406.265.6711 to make your reservation today.