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Top 5 Roads for Riding Your Motorcycle in Indiana

September 30, 2020
Top 5 roads for riding a motorcycle in Indiana.

Indiana is a gorgeous place to get around by motorcycle. Whether you ride for business or pleasure, there are many scenic routes throughout the state to make the trip special. Here, Truitt Law Offices has compiled a list of the top five roads for motorcycling in the Hoosier State.

Before leaving for any motorcycle trip, it’s important to take precautions to stay safe. Wear a helmet, make sure your bike is well-maintained, and obey all traffic laws. In the unfortunate event that you are hurt in an accident, talk to a motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights to compensation.

The Nashville Brown County Loop

The Nashville Brown County Loop is approximately 20 miles of beautiful road, quaint shops, and a great smooth ride for bikers. Start by taking IN46 just east of Nashville. Then turn onto Salt Creek Road and start heading northwest towards Gatesville. Once you reach Gatesville Road, hop on and head west to Clay Lick Road, making your way back towards Nashville. To get directly back to Nashville, take a sharp right on Old State Road 46.

Those looking for scenery will find it along this route. The roads are curved and beautiful, and you will travel through forests and hills once you get into Brown County. As you make your way up Salt Creek Road, you will have the creek for a backdrop and the opportunity to stop at local farms and craft areas. Whether you are an artist or just want to play tourist close to home, Nashville boasts many shops, bed and breakfasts, and dining experiences. This area gets really busy in the fall, but is quieter in the summer months.

State Road 135 South

While you are in the area of Nashville and Brown County, you can make your ride a little longer by checking out State Road 135 South. To motorcyclists, this area is mostly known for the huge Biker Fest held in Bean Blossom every year.

From Bean Blossom, you can continue on State Road 135 South towards the quaint little town of Story. Beginners beware: the streets here are long and winding, but can be maneuvered safely by a vigilant rider.

Back Road Lake Cruise

Just as the name suggests, motorcyclists will enjoy leisurely country roads on this route.  This trip starts in Waterloo, where US 6 and 427 meet. Take 427 north and go through Hamilton, where there plenty of areas to refuel and grab a bite to eat.

To get to farm country and drive through some beautiful wooded areas, continue on 427 north to the Indiana/Ohio state line. This is where 427 turns into Ohio 34, but follow it until you reach 49. Follow 49 North through Edon and then turn east onto US20. Continue on this road until you reach County Road 7 and then go north until you reach County Road R. Then travel west to reach the Lake La Su An wildlife area. This area is more remote, so be sure to get gas, food, and charge your cell phone battery before getting too far off the beaten track. Beware of deer and other wildlife crossing the road if you’re riding at dusk or dawn.

SR450

Travel west of Bedford on SR450 and you will ride along the White River as well as past country farms nestled in some of the most beautiful scenery in Indiana. Continue riding through the rolling hills in southern Indiana to arrive at the Williams Dam in Lawrence. The tourist attraction has not been in use for its original purpose in over 60 years, but it is a great spot to stop and chat with other bikers that have also made the trip for the view of the lake.

Crawford-Perry County River Loop

The Crawford-Perry County River Loop is a 120-mile route that is great for sightseeing. Complete with both winding and straight roads, this trip will delight riders of all abilities. Whether you are most interested in the Ohio River, the Hoosier National Forest, or the Cannelton Locks and Dam, there is something to see and do here for everyone. Take this route in the spring to see the foliage just starting to bloom or head out in the fall to see the many leaves changing colors and feel the crisp fall air as you ride.

In an Accident? Call Our Indiana Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Unfortunately, drivers do not always give motorcyclists the respect and space that they are entitled to by Indiana law. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident caused by a negligent driver, call or contact the Warren motorcycle accident lawyers at Truitt Law Offices for a free consultation today.

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