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Hello Board, A BIG thanks to all who responded to my request for info
on riding the hills in centeral Texas.
1500+ miles in 5 days ( we stop alot).
335,336,337, 377 and 16 were fun.
336 has open range and cattle guards that require slowing to prevent
sevier pothole type jaring of bike and co-rider.
We will be back. Soon I hope. Next time we would like to ride with a small
group.
Happy Trails, galewing
 

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From what I hear, the best part. It's on my ever growing list of places to escape to.
 

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StealthRider said:
What part of Texas is the Hill country located?
Thanks
I think it is West between San Antonio and Austin.
I am sure someone will correct me, if in fact I am mistaken.
 

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Pretty much south of I-20 and west of I-35. Or just draw a 150 mile circle around Kerrville and you'll get just about all of it.
 

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Glad you enjoyed the trip!

My wife and I are doing an overnight ride out there this weekend.
 
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Brian in Abilene said:
Pretty much south of I-20 and west of I-35. Or just draw a 150 mile circle around Kerrville and you'll get just about all of it.
At first glance I thought I saw "Kerry"ville, and wanst going to come down. :lol:
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I live in San Antonio, and I take a ride to the Hill Country about every other week. It's a nice ride with a lot of turns and great scenery. I usually just take a left, take a right and end up in the middle of nowhere. Eventually I come to a road sign that has a town I recognize and turn towards it. I found Luchenbach, Texas that way and it turned out to be neat place with a very quirky feel. http://www.luckenbachtexas.com/

ride safe
 
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