Start this run in Greenfield, Ohio where the real fun starts as you head south on Route 41. You can follow the twists and turns all the way to the Ohio River. Or, you could start at Maysville, KY and follow the road north.
Rolling hills, Amish farms, an Amish market, a creek that follows the road for a while, also tree canopies over the road.
Numerous twists and turns, a lot of them blind, also very hilly. There are not very many straight sections.
Greenfield at the north end is a typical small town. Bainbridge in the middle has a couple of great mom and pop restaurants, as well as a funny little museum. There is an Amish market, and an Amish store for draft horse equipment.
Nice ride, especially from Bainbridge to the river.
Great breakfast in Greenfield, ice cream in Locust Grove, several wineries not too far from the end in Brown County.
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August 10, 2020
58 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Adventure Touring
Great road. Pavement is new out of Greenfield for the first 10 miles. Sunday morning is nice and quiet with almost no traffic. Four or five areas of twisty’s will keep you interested. Plenty of places to let the bike run, just watch out on Sunday for the”carriage litter” if you know what I mean. Road begins to get rougher the closer you get to the river. Not much to do in Aberdeen but go east to Ripley and make sure to stop in Snappers. Nice outdoor ‘biker’ bar on the river