Ohio's Bicentennial is now history (2003), but you can still visit Bicentennial Barns on your Bike.

There is a Bicentennial Barn in every one of the 88 counties in Ohio. This page will help you find them. Click on any of the yellow circles to reveal a close up map with GPS coordinates, addresses, pictures, and other helpful information.

 - Here were the contest rules. - 
1. All pictures should be obtained by riding your motorcycle to the site.
2. Your motorcycle should be included in the picture if at all possible.  The painted portion of the barn must be evident. Depending on the barns location you can score 1 to 6 points. See the map to the right for the associated points for a given barn.
3. Keep a listing of each barnís location and write the county that it's painted in on the back of the picture. If you plan to use a digital camera, rename the files with the county name and your initials (eg. ClermontMJL.jpg)

Be safe and have fun. You will get to see some interesting back roads and towns along the way.

Mike LaBar, contest coordinator



  Now get riding, and don't forget your camera!

Bellmont Hocking Ross Wood Wyandot Ottawa Madison Ashland Auglaize Montgomery Tuscarawas Stark Hardin Carroll Hancock Darke Meigs Crawford Fairfield Coshocton Henry Geauga Ashtabula Licking Knox Deleware Lorain Warren Clinton Butler Cuyahoga Gallia Medina Columbiana Perry Defiance Pike Fulton Huron Paulding Richland Mahoning Union Adams Muskingum Holmes Guernsey Vinton Washington Champaign Jackson Wayne Franklin Putnam Morgan Brown Athens Monroe Highland Seneca Pickaway Preble Mercer Williams Noble Miami Van Wert Harrison Allen Clermont Hamilton Morrow Trumbull Portage Lake Summit Fayette Jefferson Marion Logan Lucas Shelby Greene Clark Lawrence Scioto Sandusky Download Garmin Mapsource file of all Bicentennial Barn waypoints.

Finishers to date:

Jerry Cummins
Henry & Mary Pierce
Bill Berry
Jim & Deana Smith
Bob & Gail Ulrich
Mike LaBar
Mike Crum
Chris Long