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Alabama Motorcycle Roads

Alabama has a wide range of great motorcycle roads. For most people it is a surprise to find that the northeastern section of the state is the start of the Appalachian Mountain range. Much of the rest of the state is criss-crossed with wonderfully under used back roads the meander back and forth and across the state.


Little River Canyon

The Little River Canyon area is a relatively easy ride from Atlanta and Birmingham. If you've never been here it will change how you think of Alabama. The roads in the area are generally lightly traveled and the park road is one of the most scenic anywhere. Hiking and picnicking opportunities abound.

Cheaha Mountain

Cheaha Mountain State Park is located at the top of the mountain. This is the highest point and Alabama and surrounded by great motorcycle roads that are rideable virtually the entire year.

The area is also very popular with the dual-sport motorcycle crowd with many trails and dirt roads.

Barber Motorsports Park and Museum is also located a little over an hour away. This is a World Class race track and motorcycle museum which must be seen to be believed.

We are scheduled to add more ride information about Cheaha Mountain and Barber Motorsports Park and Museum in the Spring of 2012.