Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride®
2017 Ride Sept. 16th
It's more than just a ride, it's an experience....
No Registration & No Fees to Ride
- Always the Third Saturday of September
The Experience- Home
- 2016 Ride
- Trail History
- Ride History
- T-Shirt History
- Riding Tips
Annual Rides- 2016
- 2000 - 2001
- 1995 - 1999
Fund Raisers- Route Preservation
The True Story of how the "Trail of Tears Commemoration and Motorcycle Ride ®" Got Started
In the early 1990's, Jerry Davis, of Scottsboro, Alabama, was researching Native American
history surrounding his area. He learned that the Trail of Tears
removal had used a route passing along present-day Hwy.
72. He began talking with longtime friend, Bill Cason, of Whitwell, Tennessee
about what they could do to bring public awareness to this event.
Jerry felt that this route should be officially recognized and marked.
Conversation after conversation took place. One day Bill Cason, a motorcycle rider,
suggested that the best way to he knew to get people's attention was to have a bike ride.
Ride At Your Own Risk
2016 Ride September 17th - always the 3rd Saturday of SeptemberBrought to you by the AL-TN Trail of Tears Corridor Association, Inc.
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