What is this? This just happens to be one of the premier locations in Texas that motorcyclists travel from all over the U.S. to ride. It's also a great drive! The route lies in some of the most beautiful scenery you can find in Texas. This on-road adventure will take you to Leakey, TX for an exceptional day of driving on some of the most twisty roads you'll find in Texas.
What Are The 3 Twisted Sisters
This route features 3 ranch roads that will take you through 100 miles of Texas Hill Country. Also known as the 100 Mile Loop, these roads are extremely curvy, twisty, and narrow. Motorcyclists come from all over the U.S to ride this route because of its road features and the challenge it provides. The route has its dangers too! Steep drop offs, corners with 10 mph speed limits, rocks falling into the road, and wildlife bring an element of danger you wont find on any regular road. This route is also just as fun to drive as it is to ride! I can say that because we have done it both ways.
Texas Hill Country Scenery
The route not only makes for a day of fun driving, it also winds and meanders through the rugged terrain of the Texas Hill Country. Starting in Leakey, TX you will drive 100 miles in a long loop and end the route where you began. There is so much wild life you are sure to encounter some of it during your drive. Much of the route is free range area where sheep and deer roam the roads. There are also numerous streams and small lakes along the route as well. The road often opens up to incredible vistas where you can pull over and take in the scenery.
If your wanting to do some rock crawling while in the area Trees Ranch Offroad is just a few miles off of Ranch Road 336. Combining both a great on-road adventure with a great off-road adventure would make for an exciting few days in the Jeep!
The End of the Trail
We like to save the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop for the end of the drive, or ride. It is the most popular place for motorcyclists to gather, group up, and have a bite to eat along the route. The food is really good and they have a lot of outdoor seating to keep that outdoor connection alive. There is also a gift shop that sells T-shirts, pins, patches, etc. that references the route. Bikers like their pins and patches as it advertises the routes they have conquered. We bought a couple of T-Shirts as well. Naturally the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop is not just a biker hang out, they welcome us cagers too! A couple times a year there are Jeep events in the area that will gather here as well.
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