In and Around North Alabama: 100ish Mile Excursions

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    I welcome you to post some 100ish (lets start a different thread for the longer [Drain the tank] ones) mile ideas for folks looking for a little wind therapy but seeking different pavement to pound.
    I'm gonna post links from Polaris Ride Command so there's enough resolution for you to see the detail.
     
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    Thanks! Sounds like my kind of rides.

    Let me know if you want to hook up some weekend soon and try one of these out.
     
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    Definitely. Dad's Loop is a BLAST. I'll get the Monteagle route posted next. If you get up in the mountains north of Paint Rock/Woodville, be careful.
     
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    Wanna run up into the mountains, stop at a historic train depot, visit a scenic overlook, ride through the campus of the University of the South, and stop for a bite of some AMAZING brisket or BBQ? Here's your ride (I'm stretching the distance a bit here round trip but it's still less than a full tank)!

    https://myindian.app.link/zBaS9seT55#.XqoqyEXHqV8.link

    Screenshot_20200429-170913_Maps.jpg

    It's somewhere around 180mi round trip
     
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    Sounds like an awesome ride!

    Friday is looking like great riding weather.

    My son and I went on a ride last Monday.
    We rode to Westpoint, Tn and made our way back through Pulaski, then Fayetteville. Total trip was 170 miles.

    Kudos to him, he rode my 85 XL350R. His back and butt will never be the same.... ha

    Not a lot to see up there but some nice countryside.

    My club leases 5000 acres for dirt bike riding in Westpoint.

     

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