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The American Legion Legacy Run

Indianapolis to Charlotte, Aug. 17-21, 2014

MARK YOUR CALENDARS.  The important dates for the 2014 American Legion Legacy Run activities are:

  • Aug. 17-21: The American Legion Legacy Run Indianapolis to Charlotte
  • Aug. 22-23: ALR events hosted by North Carolina American Legion Riders
  • Aug. 24: The 96th Annual National Convention Parade
  • Aug. 25-28: The American Legion National Convention

The American Legion Legacy Run is open to all licensed motorcyclists with machines (motorcycles, scooters, trikes, Spyders, etc.) of 750cc displacement and above.  Riders and passengers must be 18 years of age or older and in good enough physical condition for a multiday, multistate motorcycle run.  Motorcycles may be inspected at any time by Run officials for overloading, tire wear, electrical systems, unsafe trailers, and braking systems.  DOT-approved helmets are mandatory wear at all times during the Legacy Run.

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Route Plan

American Legion Legacy Run
Indianapolis to Charlotte, NC, August 17-21, 2014
1341 miles through 8 states*

Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014
338 miles, Indianapolis to Pikeville, KY
Indianapolis to Walton, KY for fuel (134 miles)
Walton to Lexington, KY for lunch (64 miles)
Lexington, to Clay City, KY for fuel (36 miles)
Clay City to Pikeville, KY (104 miles)

Day 2 - Monday, Aug. 18, 2014
293 miles, Pikeville, KY to Danville, VA
Pikeville to Grundy, VA for brunch (43 miles)
Grundy to Princeton, WV for fuel (82 miles)
Princeton to Salem, VA for lunch (80 miles)
Salem to Rocky Mount, VA for fuel (27 miles)
Rocky Mount to Danville, VA (61 miles)

Day 3 - Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014
200 miles, Danville, VA to Shelby, NC
Danville to Winston-Salem, NC for lunch (70 miles)
Winston-Salem to Statesville, NC for fuel (43 miles)
Statesville to Shelby, NC, NC (62 miles)
for American Legion Baseball World Series Championship
Shelby to Gastonia, NC (25 miles)

Day 4 - Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014
257 miles, King’s Mountain, NC to Buford, GA
King’s Mountain to Waynesville, NC (126 miles)
Waynesville to Mt. Airy, GA for rest stop (86 miles)
Mt. Airy to Buford, GA (45 miles)

Day 5 - Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014
253 miles, Buford, GA to King’s Mountain, NC
Buford, GA to Abbeville, SC for fuel (116 miles)
Abbeville to Rock Hill, SC for lunch (106 miles)
Rock Hill to King’s Mountain, NC (31 miles) to end.

* Fuel stops and mileages are subject to change.