Welcome to the Official Web Site of the
Trail of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Ride
The only ride that leaves Chattanooga, TN the third Saturday in September.
"Riding to Remember"
2011
Enjoy the ride, the brotherhood, and  enjoy the experience....
always the 3rd Saturday of September

!!!!!!!!!   2011 merchandise is now in the store  !!!!!!!!!!
Our online store is now open CLICK HERE to visit for  the
ONLY official TOT Merchandise.
!!! OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR ONLINE STORE !!!
Motorcycle Vendors needed for McFarland Park in Florence, AL.
NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER "TRAIL OF TEARS" RIDES OTHER THAN THE ONES LISTED ON THIS WEB SITE. 


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2011 Ride Sept. 17

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NO REGISTRATION & NO FEES TO RIDE


Main Ride Maps
Chattanooga TN   Florence, AL Tahlequah, OK

We will ride "Rain or Shine"

This is the overall route and is one of the two primary routes. The other primary route is the Benge route

 The Trail of Tears Remembrance Ride will start in Chattanooga, TN, and follow scenic highway 41/72 around Lookout Mt. To Jasper, TN. In Jasper the ride will leave the Drane Hood route and follow Highway 41 to Monteagle, TN.  This route is one of the most scenic and historic routes in the state.  As the ride comes off Monteagle Mt. it will pass thru Cowan, TN and on to Winchester TN.  We will take highway 64 at Winchester which is the Bell Removal route.  This route went from Calhoun, TN to Memphis, TN. We will remain on the Bell route to Fayetteville, TN where we will stop for lunch, gas, and restrooms. Official Trail of Tears Remembrance merchandise will be available during our stop at the Fayetteville Junior High School. We will depart at 11:30 or 12:00 C.S.T.

Upon departure we will follow highway 64 to Pulaski, TN, the only point at which 2 land removal routes cross; the Benge and Bell routes.  This is a very historical point on the Trail of Tears.  We will continue on highway 64 to Lawrenceburg, where the Trail of Tears was routed through downtown. Lawrenceburg holds a Trail of Tears reenactment each year in November. From Lawrenceburg we will head south on highway 43 to Florence, AL and the end of the main ride at McFarland Park. 

Thank you for riding with us and supporting Native Americans. 

Ride Leader and Originator,
Bill Cason

"Route subject to change without notice"
 
 

Chattanooga, TN

Chattanooga TN Main Ride Starting Point

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I-24 to 27 North,  Take Exit 1A to M.L.K.
Follow Directions at Riverfront Parkway.
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Florence, AL

Florence, AL
End of Main Ride
 

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Tahlequah, OK  Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010

Depart for Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Please also see our Riding Tips Page

 

For Additional Information
TOTRAI
TOTRAI@hotmail.com or
Jim Dunn 1-877-TOT-TRIP (868-8747)


NO REGISTRATION & NO FEES TO RIDE

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2011  Ride September 17th.
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