Cathedral Trees,Tight Turns and an Old Bridge
- Distance: 68 miles / 109.4 km
- Ride Time: 4-6 hours
- Approximate Fuel Costs: $5.17
- State: Louisiana
If you start in Chipola you have the options of sneaking up to Centerville, Miss to eat at the Vine Brothers Store and Grocery (If they don't have it, you don't want it!), or ride it to St. Francisville and eat at Magnolia Cafe (Casual, Unique) or 7 Sisters (Country Cooking at its Best)or the State Line Restaurant at the border of Louisiana and Mississippi on Hwy 61. Ok, I ride to eat and eat to ride. Most of the western half of this is slow tight turns, shade riding and the eastern section is open quiet farmlands that can take you clean in to Interstate 55 were you wanting that kind of traffic. I rarely see bikes or cars; it is still pleasantly yours! One rough spot is after you take the left out of Norwood: road goes to rough asphalt and then a 1/4 mile section of dirt until you get to an Erector Set ancient-looking-about-to-fall-down bridge, after that it is all pure new clean blacktop!! Don't let that small section scare you into turning around. Harris Corner Road is a delightful cathedral tree ride.
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