Montana’s and Wyoming’s population density of 7 and 6 people per square mile, respectively, make Nebraska’s population density of 24 people per square mile seem crowded, but all three Great Plains states share the seventh lowest amount of annual motorcycle fatalities. As a once-upon-a-time resident of Nebraska I can attest to some of the most dangerous riding stemming from falling asleep of boredom and riding into a corn field. However, there is good riding if you look for it such as Beartooth Pass that wends through both Montana and Wyoming.