KY roads are thrilling and a little scary sometimes
The only thing more frightening than the switch backs and dead possums was a women stopped in the middle of the road getting one for supper. Nothing against women, they're just usually the ones who cook supper. I know I'll catch flack for this but it's a true story and a long time ago. I only had to swerve once because she already had the possum by the tail. I love KY.
Great Web Site! Gravel? GPS Route?
[QUOTE=osbornk;866530]I live and grew up within an hour of the "Snake" and within 5 minutes from the "Back of the Dragon". I spent over 20 years cursing the crooked mountain roads of Southwestern Virginia as I drove over them handling insurance claims. I have mapped out 7 day trips that originate from the McDonalds in Marion, Virginia that will be added to the Smyth County Tourism website under trails([url]http://www.visitvirginiamountains.com/[/url] ) within the next few days. The "Snake" and "Back of the Dragon" are a small part of some of the rides. You will be able to ride through these mountains for a week and have a different great ride every day. You will be on roads an outsider would never find.[/QUOTE]
Great web site, great MC routes.
Are any of these gravel? I don't do gravel very well.
Do you happen to have Garmin GPS Route for these roads?