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Cotton Junction Trail
Get ready for the Cotton Junction Trail, a rural journey through West Tennessee, named for the hypnotic beauty of the region’s signature cotton fields in early fall. It’s dotted with amazing stories, historic landmarks, and unique sights. ...more

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Devil’s Triangle
This is the most legendary motorcycle ride in the area, beginning at Brushy Mountain Prison on Hwy 116 heading back to Oliver Springs. The gorgeous 72-mile route is recommended for experienced and adventurous riders. ...more

Region:  East Tennessee
City:  Oliver Springs, TN
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East Tennessee Crossing Scenic Byway
This rich stretch of Tennessee landscape follows the original path of the Cherokee Warriors Path, the Wilderness Road across the Clinch Mountain and the Cumberland Gap, the Dixie Highway of the Civil War period and the legendary bootlegging corridor of Thunder Road. Staring out, Pinnacle Rock at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park provides visitors with a bird’s eye view of the Gap’s panoramic vistas. ...more

Region:  Knoxville & Middle East
City:  Cumberland Gap, TN
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Elk Valley
Whether you’re behind the wheel or on a motorcycle, this curvy mountain drive dotted with quilt patches, provides beautiful views of this lush farming valley in the shadow of the Cumberland Mountains. Follow it all the way to Jellico, or explore a bit, backtrack and rejoin the trail. ...more

Region:  East Tennessee
City:  Newcomb, TN
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Genesis Road
The views are incredible and many hills and curves with excellent pavement with large motorcycle traffic. ...more

Region:  Upper Cumberland
City:  Crossville, TN
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Highway 128 River Ride
Written Directions: Head south of Linden on Hwy 13 about 3-4 miles then look for Highway 128 off to the right (west). Take a right on to Highway 128 and take that all the way to Clifton, TN. ...more

Region:  Middle Tennessee
City:  Linden, TN
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Highway 66
Written Directions: Start in Rogersville, TN and head north. You can stay on this until you get to hwy 31 and go south to hwy 33, then west to hwy 25E south and enjoy the view at the Clinch Mountain Lookout. ...more

Region:  East Tennessee
City:  Rogersville, TN
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Green Travel Vendor

Lane Motor Museum
Lane Motor Museum is one of the few museums in America to specialize in European cars. Approximately 150 cars and motorcycles not typically seen in the U. ...more

Region:  Nashville & Surrounding Areas
City:  Nashville, TN
Phone:  615-742-7445

Green Travel Vendor

Moonshiner 28
Moonshiner 28 is fast becoming one of the great must-do roads of western North Carolina. Everyone has heard of the Tail of the Dragon and now there is another comparable road that is less crowded and offers even more to the two-lane tourist. ...more

Region:  Knoxville & Middle East
City:  Alcoa, TN
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Muddy Creek Raceway
Motocross racing for the whole family. Racers from 4yr old to 54 yr old. ...more

Region:  Northeast
City:  Blountville, TN
Phone:  423-323-5497

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Music City Raceway
Championship NHRA drag racing on Tues. , Fri. ...more

Region:  Nashville & Surrounding Areas
City:  Goodlettsville, TN
Phone:  615-876-0981

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Nashville Mountain Bike
Nashville Mountain Bike was created to provide information about mountain biking in the Nashville area. ...more

Region:  Nashville & Surrounding Areas
City:  Antioch, TN
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Green Travel Vendor

Nashville Superspeedway
A 1. 33-mile concrete track that features two NASCAR Busch Series races, IRL Racing, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and more. ...more

Region:  Nashville & Surrounding Areas
City:  Lebanon, TN
Phone:  615-547-7500

Green Travel Vendor

Windrock Park
Windrock Park Trail System has 72,000+ acres nestled in the mountains of East Tennessee, making it one of the largest OHV areas in the country. 310+ miles of trails are available to all types of off-highway vehicles including, but not limited to, ATVs, SxSs, Jeeps, 4x4s, rock crawlers, rail buggies and mountain bikes. ...more

Region:  Knoxville & Middle East
City:  Oliver Springs, TN
Phone:  (865) 435-1251

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