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Vol 16 No 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Escape to the Hill Country, Trike for Two and more!

August 1, 2014
RIDE TEXAS® Volume 16 Issue 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Daytrippin' Betram Loop - Escape to the scenic Hill Country, Fiction: Trike for Two, and more!

RIDE TEXAS® Volume 16 Issue 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Daytrippin’ Betram Loop – Escape to the scenic Hill Country, Fiction: Trike for Two, and more!

Your Guide to Great Motorcycle Roads and Destinations.

This edition provides you with a list of convenient breakfast stops where you can enjoy the most important meal of the day and get an early start on the open road. You can also enjoy a truly scenic excursion around Bertram Loop. If you’re looking for an excellent day trip located in Central Texas, far enough away from the big city, this is just the one. We’ve also included a Ride-O-Pedia, information on the newest electric bike technology and a story about a two person adventure on a big bike.

 

GO Roads5 custom route maps exclusively for RT readers,


GO Eat19 mom & pop food stops along the way in our GO plans so you can stay fueled up


90 pages packed with good stuff for Texas’ riders!

 


Trip Planning Resources | GO Guide

Each edition includes detailed planning materials wit the type of information you need to need to get the most smiles from your miles.

GO See Ridespecs

Details about the route itself: length, most scenic sections, etc.


GO Map SampleOverview Maps

Puts the road into regional context, all roads are marked for easy navigation.


GO Eat  GO Stay GO RideEat, Stay & Do

Details riders need about food and stops along the way.


GO ROADSCAPE 3D(TM) SampleRoadscape 3D™ Maps

RT exclusive! Developed by our expert cartographer just for you. See the ride within the actual landscape. No need to wonder where the twisty, hilliest bits of the route are located. You’re going to know ahead of time.

 


 

 

Events

$15.00

NW Houston San Jacinto Highrollers 43rd Annual Toy Run

December 4 @ 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

    Online registration is available on the Event Page. Ride pins and t-shirts available for purchase. 8:00 AM Sign-In and Registration begins at Honda of Houston. 12:00 PM  sharp.  Kickstands up for the ppolice-escorted ride out to Boys and Girls Country in Hockley. While out there, you will get to witness the children receive the gifts from our own brand of Santa! Afterwards, the ride continues to the San Jacinto High Roillers’ 43rd Anniversary…
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$20.00

30th Annual Tri-County Toy Run

December 4 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

The TriCounty Toy Run will held be Sunday, December 4, 2022. Join them for a great cause! The toy run is a multi-county, multi-community event covering the counties of Bell, Coryell, and Lampasas. 9:00 a.m. Event begins at the Mayborn Convention Center. 1:00 p.m. Kickstands up for a police-escorted ride to Lampasas High School. Admission: $20 donation or a new toy. This is a rain or shine event. Please see the event page and/or contact…
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$10.00

23rd Annual Wise County Toy Run

December 4 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Join in on Sunday, December 4th! Wise County Toy Run is one of the longest-running and, with a 35-mile route, just plain longest Texas toy runs around! Registration is from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at NRS Ranch in Decatur. The police-escorted Toy Run Parade will start at 12:30 p.m. The route runs from NRS Ranch, through Decatur square, to Bridgeport, and  back to NRS. Riders bring at least one unwrapped toy for a 1-…
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$10.00

37th Annual Longriders Christmas Toy Run

December 4 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Riders meet up on Tyler Square in downtown Tyler at 12:00 noon. Please bring $10.00 and a new toy and/or canned food donation. Kickstands up at 2:00 p.m. to the Longriders Christmas Party. This event is open to everyone!
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$5.00

39th Annual Johnson County Toy Run

December 4 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

  The 39th Annual Johnson County Toy Run on December 4, 2022, departs from multiple locations. (see posted flyer). But all roads lead to the Cleburne Conference Center. Join in the fun with “bikers helping kids since 1983.” Donation: $5.00 and a new toy. Refreshments provided. This is a rain-or-shine event.  
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