, that's tempting. Are you planning on slabbing it down or taking a more scenic route?
While it's still considered an "alpha quality" feature on the site here, you can plan rides here and lay out your intended departure and return dates, route, and stops.
It's like Facebook event but with a map and, IMHO, tries to be better tuned to the needs of motorcyclists. As you, and others, go on the trip you have a central place where you all can post updates and photos.
If you're adventurous, you can try it. It's off the top left menu Rides->Schedule Ride.
I find having a central place to plan a trip like that makes it easier for people to meet up along the way even if they can't go for the whole trip.
For example, here's a day ride my buddy buffalo
and I did a while ago riding around some back roads in Virginia:
To our surprise there are quite a few very nice twisty hilly roads in the area East of Front Royal and North of I66. The weather was gorgeous with dramatic skies. It was cool and windy but very pleasant. Our first target was Virginia Route 626 which is a beautiful rolling old rock wall lined road that wends its way through the countryside. From there we intersected 50 and turned left on SR 713 which was another simply beautiful road. We encountered a number of beautiful very old homes along the way. We made our way to Route 17 which we had ridden last weekend and stopped at Sky Meadows State Park where some civil war event was taking place. From there we headed North to Route 601 which is this tree lined dramatically hilly and curvy mountain road. We missed our planned turn and found ourselves on 7. We turned left onto Route 606 along the Shenandoah River. At one point as we slowed down to look for a spot to take a photo, a large branch fell in the roadway ahead of us. There were just too many good roads to remember them all. Cold Stream Road towards the end of the day off 29 stands out as does Route 6. The sun started to set as we turned onto Route 522 North which marked the point we started our way home.