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Red Roberts Texas Scooter Times - Home of Texas Style Party Drags, Motorcycle Drag Racing and Swap Meets. valid State of Texas hunting license; (2) a valid driver's license or personal . The operation of all vehicles, including, but not limited to, motorcycles, all terrain vehicles If approved, a special event permit specifying time. We are located at Commercial Ave., Coleman, Texas and our phone number is . Redi-Pak industries was started in at lake Coleman. The Hunters BBQ was a very well attended event, that brought in many The car show had plenty of unique cars, trucks, and motorcycles to look at and enjoy.
The stops along the way were nothing but great food, and very biker-friendly folks. Based out of Koyote ranch Yes No By Guest on October 8, 11 out of 13 members found this review useful. Yes No By Guest on May 15, 11 out of 13 members found this review useful. The ride from Kerrville on Hwy 16 to Medina and then west on to Leakey was as much fun as the Sisters - and much more challenging. Take Hwy 39 to Hwy 83 from Kerrville for a nice ride to Leakey if you want to avoid the 1st gear, straight uphill switchbacks on Yes No By Guest on July 24, 11 out of 13 members found this review useful.
But since I'm coming from Houston, I don't think I'm going to waste my time on 41 or next time - just up and down and Yes No By Guest on November 10, 10 out of 13 members found this review useful.
The road surface is pretty good and the scenery is nice. Trying to put the scenery in the same category as Western North Carolina or the Rockies is just silly, though. Let's be reasonable about how we rate these roads if you want to be taken seriously. Yes No By Guest on October 21, 10 out of 10 members found this review useful. What a great ride, the scenery is fantastic.
The cattle guards do take away from the ride but not bad. Just slow down a little. Do be careful in the twisties. Our ride captain went down on Saturday. He came over the top of one of the hills to find the road made a sharp right turn. He went off the road and crashed. He will be ok, broken femur and a bruised ego.
So be careful and enjoy what I think is the best riding in Tx. Yes No By pigboy on July 12, 9 out of 11 members found this review useful. While we enjoyed riding the Hill Country and the Sisters, I must agree with a couple of riders who suggest that most other riders are really over-rating this when compared to other area's like the Smokies.
The best comment was if you give the Sisters a 4 or 5 you would need to give Cherohala or Blue Ridge a Plus there are so many distractions to worry about in Hill Country like deer, blind curves and falling rock. I would have been just as happy in a car- totally unlike how I would feel in Smokies.
Love Texans, and the food is the best - just not the riding. Yes No By Guest on March 12, 9 out of 9 members found this review useful. Having ridden in about 30 diffwerent states I rate the "Three Sisters" right at the top with all of my favorit rides. I just cant get enough of those three highways, especially the "Roller Coaster"and the 16 mile stretch between Leaky and Vanderpool that we call the "Twisted Sister" Was this review helpful?
Yes No By Guest on May 4, 8 out of 8 members found this review useful. Stayed at Camp Wood and had a wonderful time.
The roads were great except for the cattle guards on Hwy Watch out for them. Weather was great for us and there is plenty of places around to get gas food and drinks.
Hunting & Fishing In Texas (TX) Hill Country
Remember this is for riding, not for lounging about in a drinking establishment. Yes No By Vulcan92f on June 18, 7 out of 8 members found this review useful. For the best riding pleasure I suggest leaving at dawn, I began at 6: The sun coming up over the hill behind you will add fantastic lighting to the hills especially when everything is nice and green.
Gas can be purchased in Leakey, a small country store in Vanderpool and in Rocksprings. The hills can become quite steep and some of the curves can be very tight, this is NOT for beginners. If your riding with someone who doesn't posses the skill to ride Pikes Peak this might be too much as well.
Not the elevation of the Rockies but the twist, turns and the grade of the road will be very similar. This ride is a nice workout. I rode my Yamaha Warrior on this trip but my Vulcan Custom would have made the trip just fine so a muscle cruiser is not a must but will make taking some of the steep climbs a little easier. The road condition is excellent but no shoulder the vast majority of the ride and not a lot of pull off areas for photo opportunities so a GoPro or similar mounted camera would be great for taking your photos.
Take your time, enjoy the ride and above all be safe. Yes No By dangland on May 12, 6 out of 7 members found this review useful.
Great scenery and nice remote location with fun roads. Not criticizing at all, just observing as a result of 45 years of touring, adventure, and off road riding. The Tail of the Dragon, Cherohala Skyway, Moonshiner 28, etc are far and away more challenging and more scenic. Still love the Hill Country, but if this is your 1 ranking, you've never ridden the Appalachians Was this review helpful? Yes No By Guest on June 22, 6 out of 7 members found this review useful.
Lots of chances to ruin your whole day. Those roads are great too, but they always have a bunch of car traffic. The Sisters are pretty near deserted. I live very close, so I get to ride these roads every weekend. Ya gotta ride "The Twisted Sisters", at least once.
Yes No By Bike nut1 on January 5, 5 out of 6 members found this review useful. This is a fun road but does not deserve to be ranked even in the top The people are great and it's a fun loop,but as far as scenery goes it doesn't really compare to the others. It's just my opinion. Yes No By Guest on June 13, 5 out of 6 members found this review useful. Amenities are mostly camp grounds and cabins, but that is definitely part of the experience.
Why did I only give this place a 3? Because in the grand scheme, TX just doesn't have any great motorcycle roads. If I rated this a 5, what would I rate the Tetons to Yellowstone route or almost every single backroad in Appalachia.
Yes No By Guest on April 18, 5 out of 5 members found this review useful. Stayed at Garner State Park. The area is everything it's cracked up to be. Sure you have to watch for critters and loose gravel in places but the cattle guards are no concern at all - Not sure why people are concerned about them.
Do not ride this area at night if you can help it. There are deer, turkey and other unpredictable animals all over the place from dusk onwards. Yes No By Guest on October 2, 5 out of 6 members found this review useful.
Lots of twists and turns with plenty of steep climbs. Not for the novice rider. Highly recomend this as a must ride. Hands down one of the top 3 in Texas. My timing was such that we would eat lunch in Leakey. The food was good, but the people were great. Very friendly, from the waitress who was on her 4th day working there, to the customers who just pulled up a chair and started conversating. We finished lunch and proceeded south through Barkesdale where we were told to watch out for the local cop who liked to write tickets, and on to Camp Wood where we picked up the final stretch of leading us back into Leakey from the NW.
Oh well, by then we were eager to finish the loop, head back to Medina, and then on back home. For us, it was slightly over miles for the day But what a great day! This loop is NOT for novices, and I recommend if you want to carry a passenger, do it in the cooler months I'll probably be back this summer The views are breathtaking, the people are friendly If you ride, and if you live in Texas Yes No By Guest on April 18, 4 out of 4 members found this review useful.
Boy was it enjoyable.
Blowout's Old School Swap Meet
The " sisters " has more beauty than one deserves. Sadly there was a fatality on I cannot stress enough that the twisted sisters is not for the novice. If you don't have a bunch of seat time, stay off it. Saw quite a few of "kids" on the crotch rockets and am amazed there is not more fatalities. Day lease of acres located in eastern Gillespie County for a maximum of 4 guns.
Can harvest does, bucks, axis deer and black buck antelope. Guided day hunts, trophy bucks, bucks and does. Day or part season lease of acres located 9 mi NE of Fredericksburg in Gillespie County for maximum of 3 guns and minimum of 2 guns.
Blowout's Old School Swap Meet — Blowout Biker Production
Property has water, a few turkeys, does and bucks. Cost depends on the hunt. Feeders, feed, knives, cammo clothes, licenses, calls, traps, archery, fishing, ammunition, reloading and muzzle loading supplies. Camping, hiking, catch and release fishing perch, bass, catfish and troutswimming and riding.
Lodge rooms and one, two and three bedroom cabins, and tent camping. Deluxe 2 BR cabin with all amenities. Bow hunting, will obtain and deliver any exotic needs, we provide any kind of exotic hunting, on acres, year round. Two miles off I We have white-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, native birds, small mammals, and axis deer that freely roam the ranch.
Trophy white-tailed deer, management buck, and also axis buck hunting. Excellent white-tailed deer hunting. We offer guided hunting. Whitetail and exotic hunting on 13, acre ranch on the Guadalupe River. Nature oriented recreational activities include hiking, birding, pasture tours, game viewing, photography and fishing. Over 50 species of birds, including the endangered Black capped Vireo and the Golden-cheeked Warbler.
The Ranch Camp, a picturesque cluster of rustic log cabins and recently completed lodge, can accommodate 15 people. A spacious kitchen-dining room is available for guests or for catered meals. All hunts fully guided and hunt by way of spot and stalk, safari style or still hunting. The hunts are fair-chase on our network of large ranches in the Texas Hill Country.