The Vintage is a beautiful bike. Harking back to an earlier motorcycling era, this machine takes its styling cues from the classic Indians of the mid-20th century, with solid red paint and a weathered tan seat and saddlebags. With a 68.1-inch wheelbase, it is a large motorcycle but surprisingly agile and very much at home in the twisties of northern Georgia, and I find myself taking on the challenge of SR 60 with confidence and a spirited pace. The road passes by the well-known motorcycle lodge Two Wheels Suches (formerly Two Wheels Only), recently reopened and renamed after the small north Georgia town it calls home. SR 60 eschews the straight line for 46 miles until reaching the neighboring towns of McCaysville, Georgia, and Copperhill, Tennessee, at the Georgia-Tennessee state line.