Did Blind Kenny See Your Motorcycle on the Diamondback?

Blind Kenny is the official Diamondback and Diamondback Loop photographers. The powersports photography business is owned and operated by Ken and Donna Behm of Marion, NC.

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Photo by Blind Kenny - Cruiser on The Diamondback - www.BlindKenny.com

Blind Kenny photographs motorcycle riders and sportscar drivers out enjoying the ride on 226A and NC 80.  Their photography captures a unique moment in time from a perspective most riders and drivers never get to see – themselves and their machines performing as a unit and having fun.

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Photo by Blind Kenny - Sport Bike on The Diamondback - www.blindkenny.com

You’ll usually find Blind Kenny‘s yellow and black signs on the road one half mile south of Wildacres Retreat on The Diamondback and a mile south of Buck Creek Gap on NC 80.  On warmer days in late winter/early spring, they’re’ out rain or shine from about 9:00 AM until dark and after.  Even when the forecast is for showers, they’ll be under the black and white checkered canopy taking pictures!

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Photo by Blind Kenny - A Sports/Touring Bike on The Diamondback - www.BlindKenny.com

When you get back from your ride, go to www.BlindKenny.com to find and purchase your photos.  It may take up to 5 days before the photos are proofed and available, so send them an email and they’ll alert you when they’re ready.  If you contact them in advance, they’ll look for you out on the road.

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Blind Kenny offers all standard print sizes, gift items including gift cards, and high resolution digital downloads at very reasonable prices. Unique multiple shots posters are coming soon.

Blind Kenny – powersports photography

Diamondback and Diamondback Loop

America Rides Maps – Get the most up to date ride maps of the Diamondback


Wayne Busch
Wayne Busch – Cartographer
– Wayne Busch lives in Waynesville, NC, where he produces the most detailed and comprehensive and up-to-date motorcycle pocket maps of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains to help you get the most of your vacation experience. See them here – AmericaRidesMaps.com 

One thought on “Did Blind Kenny See Your Motorcycle on the Diamondback?

  1. Hi
    I am coming over in June to ride the smokey mountain
    For two weeks
    Frist stop will be Cherokee for 3 night
    Then going on to blowing rock for two nights
    We’re would you go from here ?????

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