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Riding the Bootlegger Trail

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Riding the Bootlegger Trail

The Bootlegger Trail ride is 7 days  and covers about 1000 miles. It runs from North Georgia to the southern tip of Virginia and back stopping at different motorcycle camp each night. 65% paved twisties and the rest is maintained dirt gravel forest trails. Tent camping is preferred however, there are cabins and dining available at most camps which come in handy if the weather turns bad. I have done parts of it two different times and would like to do it again in April 2017.  Ask questions or call me if you are interested in hooking up. 954-298-7528

I am an old conservative retired guy who likes company. Anyone interested?

<p>The road to life is paved with flat squirrels who could not make up their mind, so GO for it.<br />

Edited by: TrailRiderBruce on 2016-12-26 10:20

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