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Motorcycle Friendly Cabins | Groovy Tours

If you ride a motorcycle, then you know the thrill of exploring the curves of a new road and experiencing the sights, sounds, and smells of a different route. Groovy Tours in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee offers just that. Along scenic winding roads, Groovy Tours will take you past flowing waterfalls, caves, soaring mountains, dipping valleys, and historic buildings and monuments. All motorcycle tours are guided by experienced riders who are local to the community, so you’ll see the best of the Smoky Mountains and experience the rich culture and history of the area. Bring your own bike and gear, and Groovy Tours will lead you on an incredible adventure!

Groovy Tours

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Office hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Pay by: cash, check, money order, PayPal, and credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover)

Fun extras: 2-3 day bookings, camping trips, and “shot gun” weddings

Good-to-know Motorcycle facts:

 

Is it risky?
The remote area that you will be touring holds a 2.4% risk of danger, which is one of the lowest ratings due to the lack of traffic.

What days are statistically safest to ride a motorcycle?
Statistically, Tuesday is the safest day to ride followed by Monday and Thursday.

Before you plan to ride, consider:

  • Local motorcycle laws
  • Weather
  • Your amount of riding experience
  • Whether your gear is up to date


Before your tour, you should inspect your bike for needed maintenance. Here are some things to check on your bike:

  • Controls- clutch and brakes intact and working well
  • Lights- high/low beam, turn signals, and brake lights are working
  • Oils and fluids- engine oil, coolant, and brake fluid are full
  • Chassis- frame, suspension, chain, and fasteners are secure
  • Stands- not cracked or bent
  • Tires – properly inflated


What to pack for a ride?

  • Helmet
  • Jacket
  • Chaps and mask (for cold weather)
  • Water
  • Energy bars/trail mix
  • Rain shield/rain suit


Where to stay

One of the most memorable parts of staying in our cabins is that once you arrive, you are greeted by an oasis of tranquility and relaxation. And for those that arrived by motorcycle, relaxation is just what is needed! While many motorcyclists live for the wide open road, they too enjoy the comforts of home. While on the road seeing the beautiful sights that Tennessee has to offer, there’s no need to worry over accommodations that lie ahead. Because of steep driveways or difficult-to-traverse terrain, many who travel by motorcycle believe their only option for overnight stay is less than appealing hotel rooms. At Cabins For You, we have a better solution! Our 130 “motorcycle-friendly” cabins provide easy access to the cabin property and are located near scenic biking routes. Motorcycle-friendly cabins also provide numerous other amenities that you, your family, and your friends will enjoy and want to return to for years to come!

Ask us about our Motorcycle Friendly Cabins in the Smokies