Author Bio

David Haynes is an independent commercial photographer, owner of The Studio at Blount Springs, and a part-time instructor in digital photography and photo editing software at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. He writes a monthly feature in Alabama Living magazine entitled “Alabama Motorcycle Diaries” in which he explores little-known treasures of Alabama backroads. His black-and-white portfolio “Alabama 2000—The Millennium Project” is on permanent display at the U.S. District Courthouse in Montgomery.

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3 Responses to Author Bio

  1. Eric V. Hunter says:

    I just ordered your book and went on the website. I recognized from the pictures in Coosa County the infamous Horse Stomp Campgrounds. Spent many a night there as me and my 3 boys and friend and his son Billy & Jordan Hand made a final camp there after floating Hatchett Creek from above 280 to a halfway sandbar -night spent in the canyons – and pull out at “Da Stomp”. My boys have ridden since they were 6 – all 25-22 and I’ve ridden since I was 8. We’ve got quite a stable of hosses. Hope to see you on the road one day – I’ll be on a Duc 848 or Multistrada. Keep it between the ditches…

  2. Robert Kelley says:

    I am from Cullman and I did Loop 20 from the book over the weekend and I must admit that was a lot of fun and no traffic what so ever. What type of GPS do you recommend when someone wants to upload tracks from the book? I found myself pulling over this weekend just to make sure I was still on the correct path! To many turns to memorize…

    thanks

  3. Jason says:

    Wif bought me your book for Christmas, and what a resource! Rode the Cheaha loop yesterday with a friend, and it was a blast. Thanks for all the hard work in creating these tracks.

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