With all the reading about different states I feel that Alabama has to be on the top. 14 and 15 year olds a permit and helmet required. 16 and above no restriction other then 150cc max, no speed limit on the motored bike (just posted limit), no registration, no tag, no inspection, no insurance, no license, no helmet (Although at 62 I wear one 99% of the time), road legal (no interstate travel) and with headlight and tail light..night legal...What more could one ask for?...beat that!!
New Mexico is so cool i've ridden along I-25, no problem. Actually my MB has gotten me out of a couple of busts for other offenses, the police were so fascinated.
22.214.171.124 NMAC TRANSPORTATION MODES PROHIBITED FROM INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS
A. Equestrians, pedestrians, other non-motorized vehicles and low-power motor vehicles, such as motor scooters and all-terrain vehicles, are prohibited from using any interstate highway right-of-way for transportation or recreation purposes. Such interstate highways shall be signed appropriately.
B. Bicyclists are prohibited from using any interstate highway right-of-way for transportation or recreation purposes within the boundaries of cities with a population of 50,000 or more. Bicyclists are also prohibited from using any interstate highway right-of-way deemed inappropriate by the Secretary of Highways or his or her designee. Interstate highways prohibited for use by bicyclists shall be signed appropriately.