Planning group rides just got easier for motorcycle enthusiasts who are interested in visiting the Smoky Mountains! Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson is now providing Rider Guest Services, which will allow riders to create custom packages with all the details planned at no extra cost.
“Our area has tremendous rides for motorcyclists—whether you are a skilled rider who is looking for the challenge of the Dragon, or a novice who wants to practice along the scenic Foothills Parkway,” said Tami Vater, director of Tourism for the Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority. “This service is a great way to help riders explore our area without the hassle of planning the trip themselves.”
The Rider Guest Services department is located at the headquarters in Maryville, but it will service all locations in the area.
“Rider Guest Services will take care of the details that turn a good trip into a GREAT trip for groups of riders. Let us do all the work, and all you have to do is RIDE,” said Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson owner Scott Maddux.
Every Saturday from April through October, Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson also offers live Americana, Bluegrass, Blues and Rock music with fresh food from Stinker’s BBQ Shack. They also offer classes for both new and experienced riders. The lessons include both in-class lessons and hands-on riding techniques that focus on developing the skills to ride with knowledge and confidence.
“Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson works hard to offer services and to create events that meet the demand of our visitors,” said Vater.
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