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Motorcycle Journeys Through the Appalachians, 3rd Ed.

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This updated guidebook in our popular Motorcycle Journeys series offers motorcycle-specific routes through the Appalachian region. Every book in the series has detailed maps and clearly-written route directions, with most of the trips taking one day to complete. Each trip is designed to accommodate many riding styles, from two-up sightseeing travelers to sport riders chasing the curves.


Motorcycle Journeys Throught the Appalachians, 3rd edition by Dale Coyner

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The best motorcycling in the East is tucked away deep in the mid-coast's Appalachian mountains. Author Dale Coyner will take you to great roads and roadhouses that only the locals know about. The ribbons of tangled roads that weave from Pennsylvania to the Carolinas, and westward to the rugged mountains of West Virginia, the hollers of Kentucky, and the rolling hills of the Ohio River valley are now yours for the taking with an expert as your guide.

Coyner has found the best cooking in North Carolina, the reasons why West Virginia never disappoints passionate motorcyclists, Amish farmers, bluegrass music, Elvis memorabilia, and remnants of The War Between the States. Coyner has found them all.

This book is packed with colorful maps, colorful photos, tips for the best places to eat, shop, sleep, gas up, and of course ride.  All delivered with Coyner humor that will leave you laughing aloud.

Order Code COYN3-M
Binding Softbound
Format 5-1/2 X 8-1/2 inches
Pages 320
Illustrations 250 color maps and illustrations
ISBN 978-0-7603-5268-7
Author Dale Coyner
Publisher Motorbooks
Publication Year 2011

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