Curvy Roads KY-6, KY-66, and KY-80

This route begins and ends in London, KY.  It is less than 180 mi but it includes a lot of fun twisty roads and you will get to see some small towns like Barbourville, Woodbine, Pineville, and the outside edge of Manchester. Your first twisty, Kentucky Highway 6 (KY-6), is a fun curvy 16-mile road … Continue reading Curvy Roads KY-6, KY-66, and KY-80

To Manchester, KY-11 to Jackson, KY-30 and KY-28

This route will give riders a good feel of rural Kentucky north and northwest of Jackson, KY.  Jackson, KY is a small little town of ~2000 people, but it is the origin for all rides described in the web site Venom Tours (www.wickedtwistedroad.com).  This route includes some of those winding roads surrounding Jackson and will … Continue reading To Manchester, KY-11 to Jackson, KY-30 and KY-28

Big South Fork National River and Recreational Area (Guest Author, Joan Rodgers)

Big South Fork National River and Recreational Area is part of the Cumberland Plateau.  The 125,000 acre area protects the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River and its tributaries.  It is a beautiful area filled with scenic gorges and bluffs.  The area,  managed by the National Park Service (www.nps.gov), provides visitors with many outdoor … Continue reading Big South Fork National River and Recreational Area (Guest Author, Joan Rodgers)

Great Lunch at La Casita in Alpine then Riding TX-118 Sweepers past Border Patrol then into Marfa

We heard that La Casita was a really good Mexican restaurant.  Since we have a penchant for Mexican food we had to try it.  The ride to Alpine from Fort Davis on TX-118 has a lot of sweepers to make it interesting.  Once in Alpine, I recommend getting gas if needed before you eat since … Continue reading Great Lunch at La Casita in Alpine then Riding TX-118 Sweepers past Border Patrol then into Marfa