Fried Pie Ride
- Distance: 193 miles / 310.6 km
- Ride Time: 1 day
- Approximate Fuel Costs: $14.67
- States Visited: Tennessee, Georgia
There is a great place in Dahlonega Ga. called Riders Hill where we usually meet up. We head up hwy 60 all the way into copper hill. The curves here go from twisty to S curves and back again.In Copper Hill you will enter into Tennessee and the road will change to hwy 68 and you will take this into Tellico Tn. There are hills here combined with the curves some of which will catch you off guard if you don't pay attention or go to fast.In Tellico we usually eat lunch at the Tellico Cafe. Then we get onto hwy 39 heading to Etowah and about 3-4 miles in turn off left onto hwy 315 which will take you over to Reliance TN there is a nice little gas station there to take a pee break and get a drink to cool off. The bridge you use goes over the Hiwassee River at the end of the bridge make a left and there is the gas station. After your rest stop continue in that direction. You will be going through Greasy Creek which is another great ride. It will dead end on Hwy 64 and you will take a right and follow the Ocoee river for about 20 miles till you get into Ducktown and get back onto hwy 68 by making a right and back into Copper hill. When you get to the second red light make a right onto hwy 5 and go about 15-20 minutes till you see a building called Mercier's on the right, it is at the top of a hill. They have the best fried pies there and is a great ending to a great ride. Enjoy!
This is a motorcycle ride in the states Tennessee, Georgia. This motorcycle route has 9 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by calabash in June. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by calabash
great part the world ain't it. TWO(two wheels only) in suches makes a mean fried egg sandwich, i ain't sure 'bout them pies
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM
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