Pipers Gap Motorcycle Ride

Mt Airy, Virginia

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If you happen to be traveling on I-77 near the border of North Carolina and Virginia, give yourself a break from the monotony of the super-slab, and sample the fun curves and seldom-used roads that run through Pipers Gap. This ride begins and ends on I-77, so it’s a great introduction or fond farewell to the roads of Virginia. Along the way, you’ll ride a single-lane road, take in a couple miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway, and return through some farming communities. This ride is a quick fix for those needing to get off I-77. Points of interest: Hairpin turns on CR 620, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Blue Ridge Music Center.
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)

If you happen to be traveling on I-77 near the border of North Carolina and Virginia, give yourself a break from the monotony of the super-slab, and sample the fun curves and seldom-used roads that run through Pipers Gap.

This ride begins and ends on I-77, so it’s a great introduction or fond farewell to the roads of Virginia. Along the way, you’ll ride a single-lane road, take in a couple miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway, and return through some farming communities. This ride is a quick fix for those needing to get off I-77. Points of interest: Hairpin turns on CR 620, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Blue Ridge Music Center.

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Activity Type: Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Mt Airy
Distance: 28.1
Duration: 1 hour
Driving Directions: Directions to Pipers Gap Motorcycle Ride

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