Motorcycle Journeys Through the American South

Motorcycle Journeys Through the American South
Format: Paperback / softback, 288 Pages
ISBN: 9781884313615
Publisher: Whitehorse Press
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With Scott Cochran as your guide, take a fascinating journey through a region that still honors values and traditions handed down from generation to generation. Meet some of the people who have shaped the very fabric of Southern society, and ride some of the best motorcycle roads south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Learn the best places to eat, sleep, shop, and explore the rich history of the American South. Written by a prominent southern motojournalist, this book provides an informed sampling of what the region is today and what has defined its past. Detailed maps, photographs, and easy-to-follow directions are provided.

The author

As the editor of U.S. Rider News (formerly Dixie Rider News), Scott Cochran is uniquely qualified to introduce fellow motorcyclists to the joys of two-wheel travel through the American South. A native of Keysville, Georgia, he is at home on the back roads and byways of this fascinating region and writes about its culture and history as only a Southern motojournalist can.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 288 Pages
ISBN: 9781884313615
Illustrations: 200 color
Size: 5.5 in x 8.5 in x 0.563 in / 139.7 mm x 215.9 mm x 14.288 mm

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