A few of the favorites routes are detailed below for your consideration, but these are merely suggestions!  Our rally home base is smack dab in the middle of  some of the best roads in the US.  South Carolina, North Carolina & Tennessee are within easy reach during day rides.   You can head in virtually any direction and get some good riding and scenery.  Click on your selected route where you can find files, recommended food, cool sights and more!  For those wanting to mix in a bit of off-road in your sport touring click here for the ADV route page!

GEORGIA SIX GAP LOOP 125

125 MILES | 2 TO 4 HOURS | TWISTY


A quick route if you are limited on time, this ride takes a direct route on US76 west to get to to the start and end of the famous double loop that takes you over ...drumroll...six different gaps!  A classic loop filled with just about every type of technical corner and some fantastic roads that motorcyclists have enjoyed for many years. 

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3 STATE QUICKIE 140

140 MILES | 3 TO 4 HOURS | TWISTY


A fantastic technical loop that is ideal for a half day ride.  Highlights included Warwoman Rd, NC28 & SC107.  There are a number of routes build from this loop to add points of interest or mileage for a full day of super technical riding.  Local towns include Clayton, Pine Mountain, Mountain Rest, Highlands, Cashiers, Lake Toxaway and Glenville.

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CULLOWHEE MTN LOOP 200

200 MILES | 5 TO 6 HOURS | TWISTY


Very technical triple loop  packing in multiple climbs and descents on Cullowhee Mountain and through the Nantahala National Forest.  Bask in the 'Land of the Mid-Day Sun'.  Local towns include Highlands, Franklin, Erastus, Tuckasegee, Nantahala and Pine Mountain.

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JOE BROWN HIGHWAY LOOP 210

210 MILES | 5 TO 6 HOURS | TWISTY


This one throws a bit of everything at you including some of the most technical stuff GA has to offer, beautiful lake views and Joe Brown Highway!! Local towns include Clayton, Tiger, Helen, Suches, Hiwasee, Unaka, Murphy, Brasstown, Warne and Hiawasee .

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FOOTHILLS PKWY LOOP 217

217 MILES | 6 TO 7 HOURS | SCENIC


Now open from US129 to US321, the Foothills Parkway holds some amazing views from many scenic pullouts.  Much like the BRP, the Foothills draws lots of tourists and its best to get to it early or on a weekday.  Local towns include Otto, Franklin, Robbinsville, Wears Valley, Chrerokee and Dillsboro.

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BUNCHA BRP 220

220 MILES | 6 TO 7 HOURS | SCENIC


As the title hints, a bunch of the Blue Ridge Parkway looping from Dillard.  A few larger State Roads to save some time for stops and lollygagging along the BRP.  Local towns include Otto, Franklin,  Dillsboro, Cherokee, Canton, Toxaway, Cashiers and Highlands.

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DRAGON SKYWAY SHINER 241

241 MILES | 6 TO 7 HOURS | TWISTY


Loop made up of some of the NCs most well known motorcycling roads.  Lots and lots of technical twisties with not much distance between.  Getting in and out of Dillard will be the straightest you will ride all day.   Local towns include Franklin, Robbinsville, Tellico Plains and Vonore.

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RATTLER RUN 254

254 MILES | 5 TO 7 HOURS | TWISTY


Of course snake names are ideal for twisty roads and the section of NC209 from Trust to Hot Springs , known as The Rattler, is a pretty good one.  With a few larger roads to make a little time at the start, the rest of the route offers lots of technical twisties and awesome scenery.  Local towns include Franklin, Sylva, Waynesville, Hot Springs, Canton, Lake Toxaway and Mountain Rest. 

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PRETTY PLACE PLUS 268

268 MILES | 6 TO 8 HOURS | TWISTY


The Fred W. Symmes Chapel (aka Pretty Place) certainly is a must see while in the area.  If you haven't ever been...go!  If you have...go back again!  A dazzling day ride from our rally point you will get a mix of everything in this ride.  Local towns include Highlands, Toxaway, Brevard, Rosman, Waynesville, Salem and Walhalla.

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LITTLE SWITZERLAND RUN 360

360 MILES | 8 TO 9 HOURS | MIXED


A long day ride from Dillard will get you to the heart of the Pisgah National Forest and the extra technical NC80, NC226 and NC226A.   This loop has a little bit of everything including the Smoky Mtn Expressway, Blue Ridge Parkway and miles of more technical riding.  Local towns include Clayton, Pine Mountain, Slater, Lake Lure,  Marion, Little Switzerland, Bat Cave, Hendersonville, Sylva and Franklin.

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