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MRCA 2012 Meet & Greet

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 1997 miles / 3213.9 km
  • Ride Time: 1 week (5-7 days)
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $151.77
  • States Visited: Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virgina
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This was the Motorcycle Riders Club of America annual Meet & Greet. Met fellow member MadMax in MO and then rode to Shiloh Nat'l Battlefield to meet with 3 other members. Now if you are not into Civil War history we left there and took the Jim Been factory tour in Lynchburg, TN. The tour, road to and character of Lynchburg has all the beauty & charm of the gentle south. Then we indulged in one more Civil War battlefield in Murfreesboro and onto Cumberland Gap Nat'l Historical Park for meeting up with the rest of the group, too much food, too many lies and tall tales but great camping with the required rain storms in the tents. took the one small tour in VA & KY on SAt with a large group ride. Great scenery, twisty rides and rural Smokey Mtn culture to absorb. The only bummer of the trip was I-40 home to go back to work, 780 miles 14 hrs,but well worth the effort. When you have great friends to meet up with once a year in some new place it is well worth the effort.

This is a motorcycle ride in the states Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virgina. This motorcycle route has 9 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by twowhltrv in June. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by twowhltrv

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Historic SitesParksFall ColorsLakesForestMountainsRuralRiverFarm Land

Best Time to Go

Spring, Fall

Road Characteristics:

Straight RoadSweeping Curves RoadRolling HillsLight TrafficAverageAdequate Gas StationsAdequate

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The best of the best. These folks have ridden and shared more roads than any other ORJ member this month.