Sterling Beeter Full follows the same route as the Half Beeter into Sterling but then keeps going. The route will cover some of the Pawnee Pioneer Scenic Byway on Rte 14 providing a paved break from the gravel before heading north. For those that are okay with a few extra miles, you can sneak over to Stoneham, one of the towns along the Pawnee Pioneer Scenic Byway. It is home to Dewey's Restaurant - one of the those hidden treasures you discover in a small town.
The Half Beeter rolls past the ranches that have been there for over a hundred years raising cattle. A little over half way through the route, the view will start changing the closer you get to North Sterling State Park. The park is a boater's paradise, this large irrigation reservoir offers great coves and fingers to explore. Anglers, boaters and water skiers enjoy the water all day, while land lovers hike, bike, or picnic. The last 20 miles of the route leads you into Sterling, known as the ‘Queen City of the Plains’, Sterling is the largest city in Northeastern Colorado, and the county seat of Logan County. The Half Beeter ends in the center of town where riders will be welcomed by the members of the community.