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The Trans-Am Trail

An Epic 5,000-mile Dual-Sport Motorcycle Adventure Across America

The Trans-Am Trail

The Trans-America Trail (AKA: "The TAT")

The official website and the exclusive source for Maps, Roll-Charts, and GPS Tracks to navigate the Trans-Am Trail (The "TAT"), the Shadow of the Rockies Trail, the Mississippi Hill Country Loop, and the NEW Lake Hill Motors - East and West Loop trails). Start your adventure today! The Trans-America Trail  (AKA: the "TAT") is a west bound dual-sport motorcycle ride across America. The Trail starts in Southwestern North Carolina, and ends at the Pacific Ocean in southwestern Oregon - nearly 5,000 miles of mostly off-pavement riding. Ever dreamed of traveling cross-country on your motorcycle, seeing sights you'd never see from a car, and meeting great people along the way? Sam Correro had that dream and made it a reality by creating the Trans-America Trail. Now any dual-sport motorcyclist can make this amazing adventure, thanks to Sam's meticulous mapping of the nearly 5,000-mile route across America.  
TAT Maps and Roll Charts

Maps & Rol-Charts

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  This motorcycle adventure across America on the Trans-America Trail is NOT a single-track tight woods ride. It is a route using dirt roads, gravel roads, jeep roads, forest roads and farm roads. Dropping down into dried-up creek beds. Riding atop abandoned railroad grades. There are sections of mud, sand, snow and rocks... it's all of the above, but it's for the Dual-Sport Rider. The purpose of this web site is to make people aware of a helpful resource for planning this off-road cross-country trip on the "Trans-America Trail". Here you will find all you will need to navigate your journey cross-country, including detailed roll charts and supporting maps. All of the sections now have GPS way-points that have been added to the new and improved roll charts. Also there is a map of the intersection, on the new and improved roll charts.

Note: Navigation direction for the Trans-Am Trail is East-to-West only

Maps and Roll Charts are used together for navigation and therefore are sold as a sets Purchase the full-set for the entire 5,000-mile Trans-Am Trail, or purchase only for the states you plan to ride (roll chart holder sold separately). May I say here, that the Trans-Am Trail is NOT for everyone. It takes a rider with a "quest for adventure" and a special "love" for a motorcycle — the average days ride is about (200) miles from motel-to-motel.   Complete set of the Trans-Am Trail Includes:
States Included:  NC | TN | MS | AR | OK | NM | CO | UT | ID | OR
Number of Maps/Charts: (91) Maps, (91) Roll Charts
Total Number of Miles: 4,177-miles
  For additional information about the Trans-Am Trail, please see my FAQ page (Frequently Asked Questions), or if you have additional questions, you may contact me and I'll be happy to answer any questions not listed on the FAQ page. The complete set of maps and roll charts for the Trans-Am Trail (TAT) with 4,800 miles from Tennessee to Oregon: $296 (click here to order). If you prefer, you may purchase individual states separately (click here to order).

•••••• The "Trans-America Trail" (from East to West) ••••••

•••••• The "Shadow of the Rockies Trail" (from South to North) ••••••

* The "Mississippi Hill Country Loop" (from North to South and South to North) *

* The "Lake Hill Motors - East Loop" (from East to West) *

* The "Lake Hill Motors - West Loop" (from West to East) *

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  The Dual-Sport motorcycle rider now has two more choices of rides:

The Shadow of the Rockies Trail is a Mexico to Colorado/Wyoming state line ride, that starts just east of El Paso, Texas (very close to the Mexico border). This ride is north-bound and follows in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. The Shadow of the Rockies Trail has proven to be another true adventure on the dual-motorcycle. The Shadow of the Rockies trail and the Trans-Am Trail will cross in southern Colorado, just southeast of Trinidad (click here to order).


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