So I’ve ridden many of the mountain roads back east that the locals name after a body part of a “dragon”. I think it started with Tail of the Dragon. Not to be left out, you can also find Back of the Dragon, The Talon, The Snake, and other roads that seek to make an exciting name for their local roads. Here is a short list: Georgia's Dragon - The Suches Loop Claw of the Dragon - Outer Loop Alabama's "Mini-Dragon" to 29 Dreams Fat Daddy's "little Tennessee dragon" "The Tennessee Baby Dragon" - Hwy 232 TN 360 - Skyway to the Dragon The Arkansas Dragon - Hwy 123 Head of the Dragon Ohio's Dragon's Tail The Ohio Cousin of the "Tail of the Dragon" Back of the Dragon Wisconsin's Route 33 - The Little Deals Gap of the Mid-west! My buddy of 51 years and I went on our first moto-tour camping trip from Nashville to Myrtle Beach through the mountains of Tennessee and northeast Georgia in 1975. I was on a Honda 450 Scrambler and he was on a Suzuki T500. He was visiting me this past week so I loaned him one of my bikes and showed him one of my favorite routes in San Diego County northern area. It was 80 miles and ran through Deluz Canyon to Temecula. We then took old Hwy 395 to Rice Canyon and then a short 1/2 mile towards Courser Canyon, to West Lilac Road and back through Bonsal. For lack of a better name, I told him he just rode The Epididymis of the Dragon. Go figure. We’re running out of hyperbolic body parts of dragons. But it was an apt description.