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Just got back from the dragon and the cherohala. Wanted to say the LT one up or two up proformed magnificently on the mountain roads. LT on mountain roads in the fall. A first for me , won't be the last. NICE!
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pictures, pictures, pictures

I bummed up my knee and won't be riding for a while,

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I am soooo jealous!! My conference in Atlanta was cancelled so the trip was scrapped. My plan was ride solo from Austin to Atlanta. Ride the gap etc. the weekend of Oct. 25-26. Visit family in Mooresville, NC Nov. 1-2 where my wife was to fly in, and ride back 2 up through the smokies. Instead all I got was a day ride to Marble Falls for breakfast at the Bluebonnet Cafe and surrounding hill country. Not that that's a bad way to spend a day, it's just not a week and SE US fall colors.

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Yes they run the Dragon GREAT!! I'm going to court on the 13th to see about the ticket the State Trooper gave me. He claimed I was going 50 through the corner. Only thing is, he was standing in the middle of the road with another bike between him and his cruiser when I came around the corner; not doing 50 in my opinion. I guess now the troopers can remotely see their radar. Have asked for a copy of the video tape and see what evidence he has on me. Regardless, the LT is a good bike for riding 129. I remember last year, riding solo and chasing a Miata down from the NC side. He finally gave up and let me by.

I like the RT for riding up there, but the LT is no slouch either. In my opinion, as long as I'm on a BMW, I'm having the time of my life.
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The Dragon is a great run on the LT. Cherohala is still my favorite. Rode by Cloudland Canyon and Lookout Mtn. this past weekend. Always a great ride too.
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I too preferred the cherohala over the dragon, seemed like there was more time to enjoy the bike and the surroundings.
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Everytime I mention going up to the dragon, other motorcyclists warn me away and recomend the Cherohala Skyway. So 2 weeks ago we headed up to the Skyway for the day. The story is always the same, the sportbikes treating it like a raceway on weekends and the tractor trailers during the week.

The Skyway is always a nice ride though.

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Re: LT on the dragon.

I did the dragon on my LT in early October, no fall colors but the weather was perfect. Three of us (1 HD and 2 BMW's) stayed in Bryson City N.C.. I recommend staying in BC since it's so close to all the great roads. I personally enjoyed the ride on hwy 64 (Franklin-Brevard-Waynesville). Planning on another trip next year same time.

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Wayah Rd. is right in the area also. Fantastic Rd. Some loose rocks in a few areas but well worth it.
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Wayah was on my radar , I didn't know if that road was a good road two up. I'll have to save Wayah for next year. A good question would be, do I take the SO or have all the fun myself ?
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I took my club through Wayah. Some were two up. Some were newbies. All were fine. There are some good twisties. Excellent scenery. We had one sport bike with us and he had a blast tearing it up.

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Personally I love the mountain passes, the LT handles them great - check out my sig link for the highest road in the alps vid

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2+ on Wayah, Skyway, and Dragon, but Hellbender 28 is also good past Fontana Village. It comes into 129 at Deals Gap.

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2+ on Wayah, Skyway, and Dragon, but Hellbender 28 is also good past Fontana Village. It comes into 129 at Deals Gap.
I will have to check out Hellbender 28 next time I am up that way. Road conditions usually good?
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Good, fun road without the crowds.
Check out the maps.

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Re: LT on the dragon.

We found Hwy 68 heading south out of Tellico Plains to be a really good ride. Newer, very smooth pavement. A definite "do again".

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Good, fun road without the crowds.
Check out the maps.

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Thanks for the maps. Definitely going to check it out.
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I need to take sometime and visit these places that you all mentioned.





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My young son ( 9 y/o ) and I hit the Dragon the end of June with a group. We rode from Dallas to Gatlinburg. Then rode the Pinnacle Point coming out of Pidgeon Forge ( great twisty road with incredible views of the Smokey's ). I think it was the Blue Ridge Pass that we took going to Deals Gap. That whole day had incredible roads and ended with the Tail. I plan on going back and spending a few days in the area riding all the great roads around there.

My son wanted to turn around and ride the Tail back. Time got in our way though......

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My young son ( 9 y/o ) and I hit the Dragon the end of June with a group. We rode from Dallas to Gatlinburg. Then rode the Pinnacle Point coming out of Pidgeon Forge ( great twisty road with incredible views of the Smokey's ). I think it was the Blue Ridge Pass that we took going to Deals Gap. That whole day had incredible roads and ended with the Tail. I plan on going back and spending a few days in the area riding all the great roads around there.

My son wanted to turn around and ride the Tail back. Time got in our way though......
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No doubt....cuz I'd be a law breaker!

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We found Hwy 68 heading south out of Tellico Plains to be a really good ride. Newer, very smooth pavement. A definite "do again".
Hwy 68 in TN that also becomes Georgia Hwy 68? OH YEAH! We went up on the Skyway 2 weeks ago and Mr. Garmin took us to Tellico Plains on 68. VERY NICE RIDE!

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No doubt....cuz I'd be a law breaker!
No doubt. My daughter, 11, rides with me all the time. She loves it and I love having her ride. The intercom gets quite a workout from the back seat though!
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Hwy 68 in TN that also becomes Georgia Hwy 68? OH YEAH! We went up on the Skyway 2 weeks ago and Mr. Garmin took us to Tellico Plains on 68. VERY NICE RIDE!
68 actually turns into GA 60.

60 is about as Knarly as they come. Much better than the gap.
28 from Franklin to 74 is awesome.

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Great info, I,m logging all this down for my trip next year. Thanks to Mike
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68 actually turns into GA 60.

60 is about as Knarly as they come. Much better than the gap.
28 from Franklin to 74 is awesome.
OOPS. You're right. My mistake. But still a great ride.

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Just got back from the dragon and the cherohala. Wanted to say the LT one up or two up proformed magnificently on the mountain roads. LT on mountain roads in the fall. A first for me , won't be the last. NICE!
How were the leaves? Any of them left? I was thinking about riding up there again early next week.

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It was peak season when we were there from Oct 24 to Nov 2nd. Up about 4000 to 5400 foot on the cherohala the leaves were gone. Abit fresh up there. I would assume it's past peak by now even at lower elevations. There were 4 nights of frost during our stay.
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How were the leaves? Any of them left? I was thinking about riding up there again early next week.
We were up there last Sunday and the color on the Cherohala was spectacular! It was just starting to be nothing but brown at the higher altitudes. In fact Dick, we were even on a K1200LTE you'd recognize!

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Played hookie Thurs and went to the mountains. My first time to take the LT to the twisties and I was very pleased at it's handling. I miss the torque of my other bike but once you get used to running a higher gear it's ok.

The leaves were still beautiful at the south side of the mountains and at lower elevations. When you look to the north off 180, it's just brown. Too late this year! (I'm talking North Georgia mountains)

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It was peak season when we were there from Oct 24 to Nov 2nd. Up about 4000 to 5400 foot on the cherohala the leaves were gone. Abit fresh up there. I would assume it's past peak by now even at lower elevations. There were 4 nights of frost during our stay.
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We were up there last Sunday and the color on the Cherohala was spectacular! It was just starting to be nothing but brown at the higher altitudes. In fact Dick, we were even on a K1200LTE you'd recognize!
Thanks, that bike always did like the mountains: Smokies, Colorado, Utah and Montana Rockies, Allegahenys, and Adirondacks.

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