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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 125 miles / 201.2 km
  • Ride Time: 4-6 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $9.50
  • State: Kentucky
Submitted by:
felon pro

Riding US Highways 150 & 27 in this is area is really a lot of fun and very scenic. Lots of rolling hills and farms. And a couple of great little towns. Afterwards you move on to SR 90 and get serious. All the while passing by some state parks you may want to visit.

This is a motorcycle ride in the state of Kentucky. This motorcycle route has 9 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by felon in June. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by felon

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Road Characteristics:

Sweeping Curves RoadTwisty RoadRolling HillsLight TrafficSmoothAdequate Gas StationsAdequate

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Previous Comments from other Riders:

felon says:

At least an average ride. Probably more if you are like me and not from the area. Definately worth the effort!
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:10 AM

SuperGlide says:

My buddy and I only rode part of the ride. Started at Bardstown and followed 150 to Stanford. While there was some interesting scenery, most of the ride was sort of boring. Most of the time I enjoy the roads and countryside. Today it was the small towns that were interesting, but I am not sure they were worth the miles of tedium it required to get to them. After Danville the scenery improves and the road becomes a little more challenging. We got off the route at Stanford and made our own route back to Louisville. Another write up will describe that part of the trip.
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM


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