Ride Loops from the Book

The book Motorcycling Alabama contains the following fifty ride loops. Visit this page often, as new GPS codes become downloadable.

Rides in Northeast Alabama: Ride Loops

Rides in Northwest Alabama: Ride Loops

Rides in East Central Alabama: Ride Loops

Rides in Southwest Alabama: Ride Loops

Rides in Southeast Alabama: Ride Loops

NOTE TO MAC USERS: We have found that there is a problem with downloading the GPX files above when using the Safari web browser. You have to right click and save the file and then proceed to open it with your GPX file reader program.

In the meantime, the GPX file downloads work fine using a Mac with the Firefox browser, which is a free download.


14 Responses to Ride Loops from the Book

  1. uapmktg says:

    A 3-minute video riding Horn Mountain in East Central Alabama (This is on the Mount Cheaha Ridges Dual-Sport Ride)

  2. uapmktg says:

    A short video from a gravel road in Blount County (this is part of the Blount County Covered Bridges Dual-Sport Ride in Northeast Alabama)

  3. uapmktg says:

    A short video of the southern approach to Davis Ferry in Southwest Alabama. This is part of the Roland Cooper State Park, Davis Ferry Ride

  4. uapmktg says:

    A brief video clip of entering Paint Rock Valley in Northeast Alabama (This is part of the Paint Rock River and Monte Sano State Park Ride)

  5. Bart Jones says:

    Good stuff, only 49 more states to go.

  6. Budd Colvin says:

    Great video, David. This book is going to sell like a wild man.

  7. ismartypants says:

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  10. Sherry Burleson says:

    You met my husband the other day and gave him your card. I am wondering about directions for all these trips. Do you have directions in your book of the exact rides? The internet just gives the names. I am interested in the book if it gives details of the rides you mention. And also the cost of the book

    Sherry Burleson
    Houston, Al

    • David Haynes says:

      Hello Sherry,

      Yes the book has exact turn-by-turn directions and detailed maps with each turn clearly marked and numbered.

      Have a look at the “Sample Rides” page to see an example of the map and description. NOTE: if you click on the map it will enlarge it to show more detail.

      Thanks for your interest,

  11. Jeff says:

    I found this website after getting the book from Santa. This was quite the treat and I’m looking forward to some warmer weather to ride the loops. One question: does anyone know of an app for my iPhone so I can download these loops into and have turn-by-turn directions? I’m not really interested in downloading it, converting it, uploading it, etc…just looking for a plug and play. I’m not worried about having to pay for the app or anything, just wanting to know if someone knows for sure what will work well.

    Thanks in advance, JB

  12. bill strickland says:

    69 yr old 54 motorcycles so far!! Ridden lots of places and had lots of fun. I need two of these books, where do I find them?? Im north of Huntsville retired in hazel green Alabama —looks to be a tough job to do the book but somebody had to do it!!! Glad you did.

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