Motorcycle Route Author
By MCR Contributor (999 McR Points) on May 15, 2011
18 McR Points
March 27, 2016
03/26/2016, clear spring day. Don't go out of…
2 McR Points
April 24, 2015
Very nice ride. We rode this ride the reverse…
Written DirectionsPretty easy to find and follow. Just get yourself to the route's starting point in Greenfield, OH (about 60 miles east of Cincinnati, OH). Then just take SR 41 south to Aberdeen, OH (right on the Ohio River and OH/KY border). SR 41 is well marked as it winds its way through the small towns along the way. Traffic is sparse, with 99% being cars. You will meet some Amish buggies south of Bainbridge if running during the week.
SceneryTSR 41 has lots of twisties and sweepers, with some really nice hills to boot.
Drive EnjoymentSR 41 has been newly paved from Greenfield to Bainbridge. The rest of the route is well maintained, little to no gravel in the turns.
Tourism OpportunitiesStandard southern Ohio fare, small eateries, Amish shops from south of Bainbridge to West Union. For sure plan to eat the broasted chicken at Brown's Restaurant on US52 in Aberdeen, just west of SR41/US52 Junction.
Also check out JR's Amish Store & Deli, apprx 4 miles south of Bainbridge ... its an Amish Store with awesome deli sandwiches and there is an Amish bakery across the street - Miller's Furniture & Bakery.
Apprx 6 miles south of US32 junction, watch for billboards, right turn on Wheat Ridge Road, can't miss it. Brown's Restaurant in Aberdeen,when SR41 stops at US52, turn right and it's on the left bout a block away. "The broasted chicken alone is worth the ride"