Another Great Southern Ride 2
- Distance: 112 miles / 180.2 km
- Ride Time: 2-4 hours
- Approximate Fuel Costs: $8.51
- States Visited: Alabama, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia
Since I'm able to ride another day its another great ride. Since I'm in the South its southern. Great sunny day to ride check out roads on Mapquest and off I go. I exited off I-59 on Hwy 117 head west. Hwy 117, light curves going up the hill then curvy down to cross Tn. river. 117 turns into 56 once into Tn.. This part of the ride is nice and scenic. After some miles on 56, you'll start up the Mountain, with some nice curves. Watch for pavement slides. Took right once reach ALT41 for a short distance then took right on 156. Watch out for those cagers on Alt 41. 156 easy ride nice payment with not much happening until you reach the mountains edge, then great switch backs all the way down. Once at bottom you come into the town of South Pittsburg (TN). Staying on 156 I crossed Tn. River then took right on 422. 422 has some great curves, yet the only problem with this road is the driveways, which are mostly gravel, meaning gravel in roadway (be careful). 422 becomes 93 once back into Al. Once you cross over 91 on 93 then you start heading up the mountain. Road isn't the best pavement but is fairly smooth. This section of 93 has some nice curves until reaching the top of hill. Left at 73. Right on 90 which turns into 301 in GA. Then down the mountain on 136. Few switch backs here. Ending in Trenton Ga. 90 and 301 is just a scenic ride not many curves. This ride is more of a scenic type ride, in the country. It does have some nice curves but those are of course going up or down the mountain.
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The best of the best. These folks have ridden and shared more roads than any other ORJ member this month.