Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe are not thought of as motorcycle ride destinations, but get away from the crowds and discover what's nearby. Just north of Carson City, Washoe Lake State Park has many campsites and activities. There's a great view from Lookout Point on Hwy 341. Continue south to Virginia City for a helping of gold rush history at The Way It Was Museum.
"At its peak, Virginia City was a thriving, vibrant metropolis of 25,000 citizens. Silver and gold was buried deep beneath her streets and men and women traveled from around the world to live and work. Miners pulled millions of dollars from shafts and tunnels 3,000 feet beneath the city. The spirits of those Comstock "originals" still inhabit the places where they once worked, lived, worshiped, were educated, and died." http://www.visitvirginiacitynv.com/about-virginia-city.html
If you feel like some alone time, US Highway 50 will take you all the way to Utah and beyond. From Washoe Lake State Park, Fallon is 68 miles and Eureka is another 180. Both have food, fuel, and lodging. The Utah border is still 141 miles east of Eureka. You may want to fuel up in Ely on the way.
Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City
July 2018 - "The carriages, cars and locomotives here are in a wonderful state of restoration- close to works of art if you enjoy steam trains. We arrived in the heat of the afternoon, so all of the rolling stock was under cover, but three of the locos were still hot from rolling out under their own power earlier in the day. While I soaked in the machinery,my wife had a good time in the nearby Artisan shop, which she said was stocked with really good stuff. Oh, the admission price to the museum was $6, a real bargain." https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g45926-d104067-Reviews-Nevada_State_Railroad_Museum-Carson_City_Nevada.html