Washington’s Forest Motorcycle Ride

Harrisonburg, Virginia

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This action-packed ride offers two-lane curves and twisties through rural Virginia and West Virginia. You won’t encounter much in the way of vehicular traffic as you ride through the sparsely populated George Washington National Forest. In the forest’s more than one million acres, you’ll cross the Shenandoah Mountains twice, ride through several mountain passes, see a gristmill, take in some history at a Confederate defensive position, and enjoy some of the finest curves ever engineered. Food? Oh yeah, plenty of the good stuff! Points of interest: George Washington National Forest, towns of Brandywine & Franklin, McCoy’s Mill, the town of Monterey, Confederate breastworks.
Motorcycle Adventures in the Central Appalachians Book 3

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Motorcycle Adventures in the Central Appalachians Book 3

by Hawk Hagebak (Milestone Press)

This action-packed ride offers two-lane curves and twisties through rural Virginia and West Virginia. You won’t encounter much in the way of vehicular traffic as you ride through the sparsely populated George Washington National Forest.

In the forest’s more than one million acres, you’ll cross the Shenandoah Mountains twice, ride through several mountain passes, see a gristmill, take in some history at a Confederate defensive position, and enjoy some of the finest curves ever engineered. Food? Oh yeah, plenty of the good stuff! Points of interest: George Washington National Forest, towns of Brandywine & Franklin, McCoy’s Mill, the town of Monterey, Confederate breastworks.

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Activity Type: Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Harrisonburg
Distance: 112.2
Duration: 3 hours
Driving Directions: Directions to Washington’s Forest Motorcycle Ride

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