How does 444 miles of gently winding roadway through Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi sound to you? For riders looking for a fun tour, you get to, uh, trace the “historic travel corridor used by American Indians, ‘Kaintucks,’ European settlers, slave traders, soldiers, and future presidents,” according to the National Park Service. Camping and hiking is a frequent option along the trace and hotels/motels can usually be found a short distance off the parkway. Speed demons beware, as with the Blue Ridge Parkway, the speed limit is a low 50 mph (with 40 mph in some places) and the presence of John Law frequent. If you’re patient, you should take a moment to sample this gem of a motorcycle ride.