Submit your on this road.
Just traveled it yesterday (9-17-11), was a GREAT ride.
8 motorcycles and a Corvette....beautiful scenery...paved the whole way now.
- Jayne and the Gang (9/18/11)
I paid homage to 666 on August 19th, 2011.
I was drawn to 666 for the 'Twisties' that others have mentioned.
666 has its moments, but I would not categorize it as a peg scrapper.
666 is a nice scenic road that follows Tionesta Creek and I think that youíll enjoy it more following the posted speed limit.
Others have commented on the poor road condition.
I traveled from Route 62 heading east to Route 948 and I saw only one very small stretch of rough road.
Part of 666 was actually being repaved during my ride - from Route 948 heading west a few miles.
The numerous hunting cabins along 666, some in good shape, most not, hearken back to a time in Pennsylvania when deer were only plentiful in 'the mountains' (above I-80).
Your nose, and isnít that why we really ride, will let you know why Quaker State, Pennzoil and Kendall had operations in the area.
Thinking about a Route6 ride yourself...Iím thinking that October would be best.
Leave the CBR600 at home and take the Goldwing or the Beemer.
- Mike, ST1100 (8/19/11)
This is a great road to ride aggressively on a BMW GS.
Lots of fun!
- Anonymous (6/8/11)
I was on this road Oct. 10, 2009.
The scenery was excellent and the route itself was full of twists and turns.
The conditions of the road were very poor with about 50% of it being that tar and pebble stuff.
As great as it is to ride this road, I probably won't go on it again unless I'm looking for a very slow and leisurely ride.
- David, '96 ZX7R (10/13/09)
Last week (5th of August) the road was closed 15 miles east of Highway 62 due to a bridge being rebuilt.
- Anonymous (8/10/08)
I rode this route in the summer of 2007.
I hit Route 666 from the east end.
I was a little disappointed at first, it just didn't seem to have the curves that the atlas was showing, but as I got further along it was definitely worthwhile.
The scenery is beautiful and the road is decent, there are enough curves to keep any biker happy.
The road does get a little rough in one stretch, but it's nothing that a rider can't negotiate.
I would definitely ride it again.
- Anonymous (2/10/08)
Riding 96' VFR, the road threw everything at you.
There are very tight turns, hairpins, long turns, many elevation changes, even many scenery changes.
However, I found the road to be a little too rough to ride it aggressively.
The pavement is not terrible, however. It is still a great road.
--- Warning --- As of 8/12/07, a bridge is missing and a replacement under construction.
This occurs about 20 miles east of Route 62.
The detour is a gravel road, about 4 miles long.
- Anonymous (9/5/07)
Many elevation changes and twisting turns.
Many great views and several places to stop for eats.
- Buster Godden (1/9/07)
West end is very rough but road is twisty with rounded shoulders.
Very scenic forest road.
- Rider from Pennsylvania (8/31/06)