Hitting the road on a motorcycle is truly a freeing experience, and these All-American roads are exactly the escape you need.
Few things compare to riding a motorcycle on the open road. The air feels fresh and exhilarating. Being outdoors and on the move boosts the mood. Sounds and sights seem closer. The experience puts the rider in closer contact with the surrounding landscape. That’s a huge advantage when taking a sunny summer road trip on All-American Roads. These are stretches of highway recognized by the national government as having scenic, natural, historic, recreational, archaeological, or cultural significance. In all, there are 39 All-American Roads, but these are some of the most astounding:
7. Natchez-Trace Parkway, Mississippi, Alabama, And Tennessee
Riding the Natchez-Trace Parkway from start to end non-stop takes about ten hours, but motorcyclists will want to spend longer. This stretch of road is 444 miles long. There are scenic overlooks like the Bird-Song Hollow Double Arch Bridge at milepost 348. Travelers can see Jackson Falls at milepost 404.