Friday, August 31, 2007

Labor Day Road Trips Mean Fun For Everyone

DETROIT (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you want to end your summer on a cool note this Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 1-3), hop in the car and go cruisin’ down America’s hottest highways.

That’s the way to go according to Becky Repp, editor of American Road Magazine, who has some great cruisin’ suggestions for road warriors planning to hit the pavement this weekend.

For a fun, family-friendly Midwest roadtrip, Repp suggests cruising U.S. Highway 51 in Wisconsin, a route which will lead you to some unique festivals such as – holy cow! – a state cow tipping event.

If you’re looking to coast on your Harley or sweet sports car, the “Tail of the Dragon” stretch on U.S. Highway 129, on the North Carolina and Tennessee border, makes for a good drive.

Here, adventurous motorists can rev down 318 curves in an 11- mile stretch, followed by about 60 miles of beautiful, scenic, mountain roads.

Finally, if you have time to really burn some rubber, Repp suggests driving the Seaway Trail in the Upper East Coast – which stretches 454 miles from New York to Ohio – and is home to tons of historic villages, romantic castles, and the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center.

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