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Columbia Tylertown Franklinton Bogalusa Hattiesburg and back

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 154 miles / 247.8 km
  • Ride Time: 4-6 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $11.70
  • States Visited: Mississippi, Louisiana
Submitted by:
smokray pro

Start out in Columbia and head west on 98 which is a clean 4 lane with little or no traffic. Get off at Tylertown where you'll stop at the Sonic for a drink and pee break. For those of you that don't know what a Sonic is (gasp)... it's an old style hamburger place where you park and order from your vehicle. They also have a nice covered outdoor seating area to sit at. From Tylertown head to Franklinton where you can gas up and grab some Lottery tickets. Then on to Zesto's in Bogalusa for some good ol' Root Beer and fried chicken gizzards or livers or something more normal if you don't like those. Yum! Then head to Poplarville where you can gas up and have another pee/cig break. After that it's up to Hattiesburg where you can stop at another Sonic for another break before heading back to Columbia.
All roads on this trip are smooth and not busy at all at anytime except when you hit Hattiesburg where you'll hit some traffic and red lights but even that's not so bad. It's a great little day trip!

This is a motorcycle ride in the states Mississippi, Louisiana. This motorcycle route has 5 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by smokray in September. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by smokray

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