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7 May 2016

A great route for pleasant riding and catching the scenic highlights of the northwestern corner of Southeast Louisiana

Dist 118 km; Date May 2016

Start out at the Audubon State Historic Site, or Oakley Plantation. After the one-hour tour and a stroll around the grounds, leave on LA-965 west. At LA-66 turn right and continue through St. Francisville, to which we will return later, for 8.5 km until yo...

11 Jul 2015

Insane twisties, forests, and a fire-road

Dist: 112 km, Date Jul 2015

Start at the town of Chilhowee. Take Foothills Parkway northeast for 27 km and then onto U.S. 321 for 13 km. Veer onto E Lamar Alexander Pkwy into the Great Smokey Mountains National Park and continuing along Laurel Creek Rd 20 km to reach Cades Cove. Complete half of the Cades Cove Loop Rd until you reach the visitors’ center on...

5 Jul 2015

Start with a trip into motorcycling history and then dual-sport your way through beautiful, forested, mountain roads

Dist: 76 km; Date: Jul 2015

Maggie Valley is a popular riders traveling through the area so it’s as good a place to start as any. Even better, make a morning visit to the Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum to peruse a great collection of vintage motorbikes. Leave Maggie Valley on U...

21 Jun 2015

It’s no Tail of the Dragon but it’s the most curves per mile I’ve found in southeastern Louisiana

Dist: 15 km; Date 2014-2016

Don’t go out of your way for this but if you live or are riding through the area… From the Westbank of New Orleans take US-90 south to the junction with LA-182. Just after merging onto LA-182 take a right onto LA-307 and settle in for about 15 km of flat but meandering tarmac...

18 Oct 2013

A rollercoaster tarmac ride and then into the sandy wash

Dist: 125 km; Date: Oct 2013

With so many spectacular national parks in Utah, Capital Reef is easily overlooked. Nevertheless, take the time and make the effort.

Enter Camp Ground Rd at the Visitors Center from Utah State Route 24. Pass through the small settlement of Fruita and pass a couple of preserved homesteads from when the Mormons first...

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