Start in New Summerfield, TX and go south on Hwy 110 to Alto. At the 4 way, its the only one as the town is a tiny place, take a left onto FM 204 and stay on it until you arrive in Nacogdoches.
You are in the piney woods of East Texas with towering pines on each side. This makes for a easy ride when its windy and country ride is beautiful with a laid back feeling. There are plenty of gentle turns and roling hills. This is the kind of ride where you can enjoy riding in the forest. At the end of the ride you reach Nacogdoches which is the oldest town in Texas with lots of shops and food. Enjoy!
The roads are well paved and maintained no loose grave or pot holes. Great signs and well marked pavement. A nice clean easy ride in the country!
There are several small towns along the way with small town conveniences. Everyone is friendly. The names of the towns along the way are spelled backwards!
Motorcycle Road Additional info
If you plan to ride at night beware of dear and other wild animals, you're in the piney woods of Texas and they can come out of what seems like nowhere quickly.
Try The 7th Street Restaurant in Cushing, TX. They're on Texas Monthly's list of The 40 Best Small-Town Cafes. And, don't miss their corn nuggets!
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May 29, 2015
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Motorcycle Type : Sport - Touring
This is a nice ride, BUT, the directions aren't correct. If you start in New Summerfield and go South on Hwy 110, Hwy 204 intersects out in the country. 110 doesn't even go to Alto, it stops in Rusk, 12 miles North of Alto.
Watch for signs about 3-5 miles south of New Summerfield, and make a left (East) on 204. It is a nice ride and scenic, if you like East Texas piney woods.