Martin County has a number of great roads for motorcyclists.
Take old Highway 3 east to Highway 908 through historic Inez. Be sure to stop in a Miss Ida's Tearoom for some delicious lunch. Continue north onto Hwy 292 that connects with Highway 3 then south back to Inez. A nice place to picnic along the route is at Milo Lake just off Highway 3 on Route 1884.
One of the views along old Highway 3. (right)
Expect a lot of curves and tree-lined roads on both Highway 3 and Highway 292.
Two other great motorcycle routes with lots of curvy roads and not much traffic include: Highway 292 along the Tug River. There is a great Dairy Bar and Diner in Warfield (see below) or Tropical Sno down the street. Also, check out the wonderful memorigal to our fallen heroes while there.
Continue north following the river, then head south on Highway 2031 to the community of Beauty. Look for the old Himler Mansion up on the hill and the company store. One can also see a fw of the remaining company houses from the days when Beauty was a coal camp known as Himlerville. From Himlerville, take Hwy 40 a short distance where there are two pizza shops and a Super 8 Hotel with Granddad's Family Diner just a few more miles up the road.
Turn south onto Hwy 2032 down to the small community of Pigeon Roost where there is another restaurant. Turn left on Hwy 1714 North the the town of Lovely then pick up Highway 292 and continue south to Williamson or head back north which will take you back to Warfield.
A great side trip: at Pigeon Roost, take Hwy 1714 south 3 miles. On the left you will see the grave stone of Moses Stepp who was captured by Indieans and hung by his ears from a tree.