Great Riding Routes Along the Coast Of Georgia

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Georgia is great for riding and motorcycle fun!

Things are starting to heat up across the country as Spring approaches. Maybe you took a break from riding your motorcycle around the Georgia countryside and seacoast during the winter… or maybe not! Either way now is the time to get out and get the old bike up and running for your ride along the Georgia coast. We here at have some awesome routes for you to ride and can’t wait to tell you about them.

Before we get into the routes we’ve found, we gotta ask… how is the old hog running? We know that Georgian weather and general wear and tear can take a toll on your motorcycle and want to make sure you’re happy with how it’s running.

If your motorcycle isn’t running at peak performance or has seen better days, it may be time to part with the old thing. We here at will buy your new or used bike off you for cash. Just fill out our free quote form here.

Now onto the Georgia coast routes!

Georgia coastRichmond Hill to Fish Dock at Pelican Point Restaurant

This route starts just south of Savanna, Ga. in Richmond Hill and goes along the coast on US-17 through Midway and South Newport into Eulonia. Take GA 99 to Smith Road into Cresent, Ga. Then White bluff road to Saputo road to the docks and Fish Dock is at the end of the road. Try the crab cakes, they’re delicious.

This route will take you through the Georgian countryside, some marshlands, and will put you outright on the water. We highly recommend taking your time and enjoying the ride.




Georgia coastDarien to Cumberland Island via US Hwy 17

This route is great if you want a nice long ride with marshes and beautiful scenic river views ending up on Kings Bay North of St. Marys. Cumberland Island is only accessible by boat, so make sure to bring your walking shoes. This Island has great beaches, historic structures, and over 50 miles worth of trails.

To get here you’ll start in Darien and take US Hwy 17 South. Once you hit Kingsland you’ll take Rt 40 East to St. Marys. Once you get to Dilworth St.  the Cumberland Visitors Center is just down the road.

We hope you enjoy these routes and remember if you need to sell your new or used Motorcycle we’ll buy them off you. Simply fill out our free online submission form!

Happy Riding!