– Smoky Mountain Small Bore Rally 2021 Info –

What is it? Come join us at one of the nation’s largest gatherings of small bore (under 300cc) scooters and motorcycles, June 11-12, 2021 in Townsend, TN. We will have tons of prizes, events, a bike show, axe throwing booth, slow ride, limbo, food and much more! Scroll down for more info on events.

Event info: Smoky Mountain Small Bore Event June 11-13th 2021
7321 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway
Townsend, TN 37882

– Bike Show Sponsored by The Ruck Shop –

All Pre-registration is now closed you must register at the show cost is $20.  Each motorcycle / Scooter will need an Entry. So if you have 3 Scooters entering you will need to purchase 3 entries.  FREE The Ruck Shop grab bag for each entry. Grab bags will be picked up at the TRS tent day of event.  Show will be based on a point system with a 1st place and Runner up trophy for each class except Custom. Custom will have only 1st place as well as a BEST of SHOW trophy.

Listed are the Show Classes with Descriptions. PLEASE READ DESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY WHEN CHOOSING YOUR CLASS. (TRS reserves the right to change your class if you have picked the wrong class)

  • Honda Ruckus 49cc Motor (Honda Ruckus with Stock 49cc motor)
  • Honda Ruckus Swap (Honda Ruckus with Swapped motor i.e. GY6, Zuma 125 or any other motor as long as it has Honda Ruckus Front Frame)
  • Honda Grom 125cc (All Honda Groms MSX 125 with Stock motor)
  • Honda Grom 126cc+ (ANY Honda Grom MSX 125 with Big Bore kit , 300cc Swap)
  • Honda Non-Ruckus/Grom (Example: Honda Metropolitan, Honda Monkey, Honda CT-70 etc. Must be Honda but not a Ruckus or Grom)
  • NON-Honda Scooter (Examples: Vespa, Bennelli, GY6 Chinese Clones, Icebear, Peace Sport, Vento)
  • NON-Honda Motorcycle (Examples: Kawasaki Zx-125, KTM Duke, MSX Clones, all other makes under400cc )
  • Custom (Homemade small bore vehicles with no more than 3 wheels that do not fit in any other category. See scenarios below)

Here are some scenarios to help better classify classes:

Entry 1: You have aHonda Grom with air ride, frame extension, and 5K in mods but the motor is stock bore  – CLASS Honda Grom 125cc
Entry 2: You have a Ruckus but the frame is a Tube Frame and it is a Chinese Clone – CLASS NON-Honda Scooter
Entry 3: You have Suzuki GSX-R 750 – CLASS None you are not able to enter show… this is a small bore event
Entry 4: You have a Honda Ruckus with a big bore kit GET motor, with front end and other mods – CLASS Honda Ruckus 49cc Motor

YOUR ORDER NUMBER WILL BE YOUR CONFIRMATION CODE. ONCE REGISTERED THERE ARE NO REFUNDS, ALL SALES FINAL.

  • Show Date: June 12, 2021
  • Pre-registered Check-In and Registration: 10am-11am
    Judging from 10:30am – 1pm
  • All entries must be registered by noon and parked. Awards at 2pm

Event info: Smoky Mountain Small Bore Event June 11-13th 2021
Show Date June 12, 2021
7321 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway
Townsend, TN 37882

– LIMBO Sponsored by Cajun Maddogs –

How low do you think your Scooter or Bike is? Let’s see if you can claim the title of the lowest vehicle.

Event info:
June 12, 2021 12-2pm

– SLOW RACE Sponsored by Sisemupcustoms –

So you can ride but do you have clutch skills on your motorcycle.  Show us your skills.

Event info:
June 12, 2021 12-2pm

– 865 Axe Throwing –

 Unleash your inner lumberjack and release that COVID-19 stress. Please make sure to throw responsibly.

Event info:
June 12, 2021  10a-4p

– CONES & BALLS GAME  Sponsored by Crash Industries –

Let’s see if you can win the hearts of the crowd with your steady hand skills while riding, by placing balls on a cones and being timed.

Event info:
June 12, 2021 12-2pm

– Smoky Mountain Event Schedule and Addresses  –

Main Event: Smoky Mountain Small Bore Event June 11-13th 2021
7321 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, TN 37882

English Mountain Dragway: 1323 Lewis Rd, Newport, TN 37821

129Hub Address: 4371 Calderwood Hwy, Maryville, TN 37801

Killboy Address: 17555 Tapoco Road, Robbinsville NC 28771

Quaker Steak & Lube Address: 1431 Parkway Sevierville, TN 37862

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1 – English Mountain Dragway is located at 1323 Lewis Road, Newport, TN
2 – 129Hub is located at 4371 Calderwood Highway, Maryville, TN
3 – Meet at Wolf Creek Motorsports at 8am sharp for game instructions and a shotgun start. You will be searching for people, hidden in a certain radius. There is no advantage for locals with this game! You must ride in groups of 3 or less. The first 3
bikes to return after finding all 3 hidden people will receive awards.
4 – Visit www.theruckshop.com for more details. (Uau! You are already here! Great! 🙂  )
5 – There will be two classes… “Ruckus/Metruck (and similar clones)” and “Other”. Two separate first place prizes will be awarded.
*No helmet required for this game.
6 – There will be two classes… “Automatic” and “Manual”. Two separate first place prizes will be awarded.
You must stay in your lane. If you exit your lane or your feet touch the ground, you are automatically out.
*No helmet required for this game.
7 – There will be two classes… “Automatic” and “Manual”. Two separate first place prizes will be awarded.
Agility game to transfer tennis balls from cone to cone without dropping your balls. Fastest wins. If your feet hit the ground,
you are automatically out.
*No helmet required for this game.
8 – Killboy’s Tail of the Dragon shop is located at 17555 Tapoco Road, Robbinsville, NC
When arriving for the raffle, you will most likely want to park across the street at Deal’s Gap. Killboy’s shop has limited parking.
9 – Abolutely NO burnouts at Quaker Steak. We have arranged for them to provide us beer and food in their lower parking lot.
Please plan to purchase drinks and food here for dinner. Cash only! Soda and water will also be available for purchase.
(An ATM is available inside the Quaker Steak building) The address for Quaker Steak is 1431 Parkway, Sevierville, TN.

– Smoky Mountain Road Maps –

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Here is a shortlist of some of the major rides in the area. Of course, there are hundreds of other smaller, more local roads with a lot to offer, but if you’re looking to check off a few of the main routes in the area, here you go.

Route: Cherohala Skyway Loop
Type: Loop
Begin: Maggie Valley, NC
End: Maggie Valley, NC
Travel Time: Approximately 8 hours (including rest stops and lunch)
Distance: 245 miles
Highlights: Twisties, views, sweepers, Fontana Dam, Tail of the Dragon, Bald River Falls, Cherohala SkywaRoute: Smoky Mountains Loop

Route: Smoky Mountains Loop
Type: Loop
Begin: Maggie Valley, NC
End: Maggie Valley, NC
Travel Time: Approximately 8 hours (including rest stops and lunch)
Distance: 250 miles
Highlights: Twisties, views, sweepers, Clingmans Dome, Bald River Falls, Foothills Parkway, Cherohala Skyway

Route: Foothills Parkway
Type: Point to Point
Begin: Wears Valley, TN
End: Chilhowee, TN
Travel Time: 60 minutes (non-stop without traffic)
Distance: 33 miles
Highlights: Panoramic mountain vistas, foliage, easy ride, slight curves, straightaways, water

Route: The Dragon or Tail of the Dragon
Type: Point to Point
Begin: Chilhowee, TN
End: Deals Gap, NC
Travel Time: 25 minutes
Distance: 15 miles
Highlights: 318 Curves in 11 Miles, Photographers Along the Route

Route: Cherohala Skyway
Type: Point to Point
Begin: Robbinsville, NC
End: Tellico Plains, TN
Travel Time: 1.5 hours
Distance: 51.8 miles
Highlights: Two national forests, long curves, scenic views, leisurely ride, low traffic

Route: Thunder Road
Type: Lollipop
Begin: Maggie Valley, NC
End: Maggie Valley, NC
Travel Time: Approximately 5 to 6 hours (including rest stops and lunch)
Distance: 140 miles
Highlights: Scenic views, curvy roads, elevation changes

Route: Cades Cove Loop
Type: Loop
Begin: Townsend, TN
End: Townsend, TN
Travel Time: 3-5 hours
Distance: 11 miles
Highlights: Historic buildings, pastoral valley, wildlife, slow-ride, beautiful views

Route: Gatlinburg to Cherokee
Type: Out and Back or Point to Point
Begin: Gatlinburg, TN
End: Cherokee, NC
Travel Time: 1 hour 24 minutes
Distance: 47 miles
Highlights: Majestic mountain roads, twisties, scenic vistas, forests, Clingman’s Dome, Rockefeller Memorial, Appalachian Trail, horseback riding

Route: Blue Ridge Parkway
Type: Out and Back or Point to Point
Begin: Oconaluftee, TN
End: Biltmore Forest, NC
Travel Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Distance: 80 miles
Highlights: Majestic mountain roads, twisties, scenic vistas, Biltmore Estate, Waterrock Knob, fall colors, tunnels

Route: Bobarosa Saloon Run
Type: Out and Back
Begin: Maggie Valley, NC
End: Maggie Valley, NC
Time: Approximately 6 hours (including rest stops and lunch). Non-stop riding is 1.5 hours in each direction depending on travel conditions.
Distance: 130 miles RT
Highlights: Switchbacks, views, a great destination

Route: The Rattler
Type: Point to Point
Begin: Hot Springs, NC
End: Lake Junaluska, NC
Travel Time: 1 hour
Distance: 33.3 miles
Highlights: Curves, straightaways, lush vegetation, canopied roads, scenic views, riding skills needed