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These are Free GPX Tracts from Capt'Jon & Bairdman

GPX Tracks & Loops

These are unpaved public county roads that require plated and insured vehicles for use.

 

You can expect children, oncoming traffic, hiker's, horses, dog's, deer, turkey, chickens, rattle snakes, copperheads, fallen trees, road washouts. In a nut shell, expect the unexpected adventure.

Again, these are public roads. These Free GPX tracks only link them together in a convenient loop.

You will find that you are on your own out there. If you choose to go, please be safe, bring a friend and have FUN.

All our free Tracks are on our Google drive. Click Download Icon to be taken to that Drive. You can download your selections there.

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CHIRT LTAR CENTRAL TN  81miles

Beginning at any location of your choice that will put you in Centerville for a Catfish lunch would be both a long and good day indeed. This loop covers a large of Chirt Roads from interstate I-40 to the Natchez Trace.

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CHIRT LTAR CENTRAL TN 115miles

These Free GPX tracks officially begin at the Buffalo River Resort just North of Lobelville, TN. They cover Chirt roads East to the Natchez Trace, and back. Centerville, TN is a short side trip with BBQ or Catfish restaurants.

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CHIRT LTAR CENTRAL TN 160miles

Beginning at any location of your choice that will put you in Centerville for a Catfish lunch would be both a long and good day indeed. This loop covers a large of Chirt Roads from interstate I-40, to the Natchez Trace.

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LTAR Noah's Landing 77miles Collinwood

This is an out and back on one track. The beginning is at Noah's Landing.

441 S Ore Rd, Westpoint, TN 38486

 

Lunch is in Collinwood, TN for Mexican Cuisine.

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Noah's Landing EMERALDS RESTAURANT 
86miles Waynesboro

This is an out and back on one track. The beginning is at Noah's Landing. 

441 S Ore Rd. Westpoint, TN 38486

Lunch is in Waynesboro at EMERALDS RESTAURANT.

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Noah's Landing JUNK YARD DOG STEAKHOUSE
100miles Hohenwald

This is an out and back on one track. The beginning is at Noah's Landing.

Lunch is in Hohenwald at the Junk Yard Dog Steakhouse

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Noah's Landing
Waterloo Loop 130miles

This is a loop to waterloo area and back.

There are no food stops on this loop. Bring what you need, or eat GAS station food.

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LTAR TN Fayetteville 140miles

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LTAR TN Huntland 147miles

Some of these roads were used by the TAT at one time. Expect great country roads, gravel roads and a great ride. I recommend you study these maps with satellite imagery before you go. Not all routes are rutted dirt jeep trails. These aren't those, but they are a great ride. 

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Capt'Jon's Connector 180miles

This is not a loop. But like loops, it's a full days adventure of a ride. This connects the Fayetteville area to the Fall Creek Falls Area.

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LTAR TN Fall Creek Falls 135miles

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LTAR TN Pikeville 160miles

Fall Creek Falls takes you on great country roads, dirt roads, and has a great overlook. Pikeville is the same with more pavement in the mix. These are not strictly enduro bike or big bike focused, but rather a nice balance in-between. Great area.

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GRAT:
Graded Roads Adventure Tour

The GRAT was one winters project that kept me busy for many months. After, I began riding it in sections.

 

To date, I've personally ridden from the top of Land Between The Lakes in Kentucky, down to Winona, Mississippi. That's all I've ridden.

 

Going Clockwise, to Hot Springs Arkansas is completely untested by me. I carefully cross-checked, using many maps in the construction of this loop (including Google Earth Pro). With Google Pro, I was able to fly down, looking for, and confirming county stop signs at entrances to these roads (road signs with name's, was the standard I sought. But not all that I used have these). 

In Mississippi, I got bogged down for a summer, trying to learn the safety, and lay of the state.

 

I found three zones of riding: 

Close to major cities, a twenty mile buffer from the cities, and the deep country.

 

The deep country became my choice for this route. The people in the deep country are quiet, sometimes leery, always curious, and always nice in my journeys. Some people were questionable, but welcome to the world. 

Some people who've traveled the TAT, have made negative comments about this state. But I've found that deep country riding in Mississippi, from North to South is a very good ride.

I've not made it into the lower counties of Arkansas yet. It looks like straight sectional timber industry roads with satellite maps.

 

Central, and Northern Arkansas routes are pieced together from many rallies, and groups who regularly ride Dual Sport there. They post these tracks up for public use, and there's many conversations about active rides there year around. So, I'm quite confident these tracks are good.

Mississippi during the hot months is not as FUN. I imagine Southern Arkansas is the same.

 

NOBODY has ridden this loop in it's entirety yet. If you take on this ride. Please let me know, as I want to know the names of the first explorers to see it.

Thanks,

Bairdman & Capt'Jon

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HAVE FUN

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