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Connor's Blues Loop

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 234.57 miles / 377.5 km
  • Ride Time: 1 day
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $17.83
  • States Visited: Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas
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There were lots of other roads we wanted to explore, but due to time could not. For example the St. Francis Forest Rd. would have been great. Taking more back roads home would have been better, but our phone was dead & we had no way to contact home.

This ride follows parts of "Crowley's Ridge Parkway" and "The Great River Route". The roads are marked with signs.

We enjoyed the rest stop at the visitors center at Hwy 61 & Hwy 49. My son loves Civil War History, So we also Rode HWY 1 home b/c it was part of the Civil War History trail. We each have an AR Civil War Trail history passport that we want to get all the stops stamped in AR!

We ate lunch in Helena & there is ALMOST nowhere there to eat. We at a mexican restaurant at the end of Cherry St. and it was fairly OK.

We had a good time at the King Biscuit/Helena Blues Museum in Helena. I taught my son about the history of Blues. It was a small little place, but it was cool and had enough to look at for the time we had.

We left Collierville at 10:30 & returned at 6:30pm.

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

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Best Time to Go

Spring, Fall, Winter

Road Characteristics:

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