Sunday Trip to Lake Charles
Backroads through small towns around a few lakes
Pleasant tour starting at Backyard BBQ in Morgan's Point and circling Ft Hood.
Nice little route for a few hours ride on a Sunday afternoon
Nice mix of terrain, decent curves and elevation changes
Nice tour through Sam Houston National Forest, and a view of Lake Livingston can be easily added.
Hamilton to Goldthwaite to Priddy to Hamilton
Small towns east of Hamilton Texas.
Nice ride up and down the Cap Rock. The roads are all resurfaced
Great route through Buda, Driftwood, Wimberly, Kendalia, Sisterdale, Fredericksburg.
A long and challenging tour taking in the best and most famous parts of Texas Hill Country This amazing 290 mile route takes in some of the best and most famous roads in the Texas Hill Country. Including almost of the ‘Three Sisters’ or Twisted Sisters route; a selection of 3 roads in a loop with many spectacular curves, views and drop offs. The route starts off just south of Fredericksburg taking a double s route south to Kerrville on some local favorite backroads. After that we join up with State Route 335, the first of the famous Three Twisted sisters, turning right to go north on the second sister (State Route 336) and up to Highway 40 before heading west over to the third sister State Route 337. The three sisters part of this route is widely considered to be, among the best, most challenging motorcycle roads in the state. Following and climbing jagged, steep hills. The roads offer many tight, twisty curves with shear drop offs alongside and not much in the way of guardrails. In one 15-mile section, there are approximately 65 curves. After having ridden the sisters, you can either choose to stop the route or continue west from Barksdale and pick up the excellent State Route 674 South to Bracketville (Image : One of the Three Twisted Sisters Roads; Credit : Jarob Fetters)
Fun ride to get out of Houston for a day trip.
Start at the gas station, end at the gas station. easy straights at the beginning with some good corners in the middle.
Quick nice beginner ride to practice some turns.
105 and 290 are good roads with a 75 mph limit, low traffic and plants of authentic Texan stake houses.