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Beyond the state line lies Deals Gap, the Tail of the Dragon, Fontana Dam, Cherohala Skyway and many other points of interest. As you travel the Dragon, you will notice the US129 Dragon photographers shooting from strategic points along the way.
Started in 2001 and featured on The Discovery Channel, History Channel, Travel Channel, Weather Channel, PBS, and dozens of magazines, books, Killboy.com is your source for motorsports photography and area scenery around the world-famous Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap TN/NC.
The Tail of the Dragon logos are available in black, white or red. Text can be imprinted in any color. The additions added to a photo make great gifts. Below shows the photo before and after additions are made. Click the enhanced photo to see the enhancement more clearly and in a larger size.
Had to try the Dragon. Australia This couple touring the US from Australia had to see the Tail of the Dragon. They were having a great time. WisconsinLadies Some fun loving Wisconsin Ladies at the Tail Thursday August 24. MichiganRiders The Michigan Riders at the Tail. Switzerland Couple from Switzerland at the Tail.
Tail of the Dragon INFO, MAPS, ACCOMMODATIONS for Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap, Cherohala Skyway, Moonshiner 28, Devils Triangle TN, The Diamondback, Six Gaps North Georgia, The Snake, and exploring remote Forest Service Roads.
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The 2007 Kelly Brown R1/R6-forum.com Deals Gap Convention played host to over 300 Yamaha riders at the famed Tail of the Dragon. The Tail of the Dragon is a winding stretch of asphalt. The Yamaha R6 was the perfect tool for the job on the Tail of the Dragon. There are turns of every kind on the Tail of the Dragon.
The Dragon is located just a short scenic ride from great attractions such as Dollywood, Pigeon Fore with its many musical attractions as well as great shopping, Knoxville, TN, Gatlinburg, TN, Fontana Village, NC, Tapoco Lodge, NC, and Robbinsville, NC.
318 turns in 11 miles, that is what makes up the Tail of the Dragon. The tail was carved by animals traveling through the path of less resistance, then humans following the animals. Nature made this perfect piece of asphalt, which is the only way the dips and curves could have been thrown together.