My brother, Fred, and his wife, Cathy, came up from Suwannee, Florida to spend a couple of days and to attend the George Straight/Reba MacIntire concert in Nashville, Tennessee. Saturday morning we decided that we would take a ride and, since Lynchburg is only 30 miles away, we decided to go there. Fred had never visited Lynchburg and it's a great place to meet up with other bikers on weekends. (For you Harley haters, Lynchburg is not the place for you.) We have a choice of several bikes and choose the 2004 Ural Troyka and 2001 HD Night Train. I live just outside a small town called Fosterville (a volunteer fire department, 2 churches and a one room post office, now closed, are the only structures except for about 10 houses). It's a great little community in a series of hills that are part of the Highland Rim. The route is a pretty simple one. We'll take Fosterville Road out to US-231 and head south through Deason (Where Advriders Mr_Wilson and Cyclynnut live) into Shelbyville (home of the world championship of Tennessee Walking Horses) where we'll take TN-82 south for about 13 miles and then south again on TN-55 into Lynchburg (home of Jack Daniels). The goal is to end up on the courthouse square where all the motorcyles will be parked. Okay, here's the weird part. I only took pictures on the way back. So the ride report will actually start in Lynchburg and end in Fosterville.