Waynesboro to Stecoah along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Blue Ridge Parkway
Riding the Blue Ridge Parkway
This road has the reputation of being one of the best in the United States and motorcyclists are also attracted by the Blue Ridge Parkway as a nail to a magnet.

The Blue Ridge Parkway is more than 750 kilometers and is a succession of curves and breathtaking views. These are just a few reasons why hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists ride the Blue Ridge Parkway every year.
There are many small parking places where you can stop to admire the view, take a picture and stretch your legs. With some there is also an opportunity to drink and / or eat.

I have marked some with an RP;
RP4; Bobblets Gap
RP6; Roanoke River
RP7; Devils Back Bone
RP9; Rock castle
RP11; Chateau Morrisette and Winery
RP12; Mabry Mill
RP21; Rough Ride Overlook
RP23; Linville Waterfalls
RP24; Green Knob Overlook
RP25; Mount Mitchell, the highest point of the Parkway
RP28; Cold mountain view
RP29; Pounding Mill Overlook
RP30; Herrin Knob Overlook
RP32; Wheels through Time Motorcycle Museum

Along the route there are many picnic areas, camping and accommodation options and attractions, such as museums etc.
There are no gas stations on this route, for that you have to get rid of the route at one of the many intersections with the US and State Highways. In the first link (Ride the Blue ridge Parkway information) you will find more detailed information especially for motorcyclists.

The end point of this route is at RP36; Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge and Resort, from where you can ride several beautiful rides such as the Tail of the Dragon and the Cherohala Skyway (see last link)

I have not been able to drive this route yet, but given the many responses to various motorcycle forums, this is certainly a 5 star route.

In the links you will find extra information about the Blue Ridge Parkway
Beautiful mountain road
Scenery is amazing
Useful links:
Ride the Blue ridge Parkway information
Lodging, Dining and things to do
RP32 Wheels through Time Motorcycle Museum
RP36 Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge and Resort
Ride the Tail of the Dragon and Cherohala Skyway

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Sight, here you can see something
Viewpoint, a short stop for taking a picture
Stopping point, for hotel, lunch, etc
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