The Three Sisters (AKA The Twisted Sisters)- Ranch Roads 335, 336,337a

Average Rating - This road has been rated by 98 visitors


State: Texas
Date Submitted: August 1, 2003
Submitted by: Donovan Reese
Motorcycle Road Length: 131 Miles

Written Directions

The Three Sisters route starts in Medina, TX. From Medina catch RR337 (at this point you are starting on "The Three Sisters") heading west (right). Take RR337 west until you come up on the town of Leakey. At Leakey, go north on US 83 for a just about a mile and look for RR336 on the left. Take a left onto RR336 which will head you north. Continue north on RR336 until you meet Texas 41 and at this point you will want to turn left in order to head west. Go west for 15 miles or so and you will find RR335 on the left. Take a left (east) and get on RR335 and drive south down to Camp Wood where you can take a left on to RR337 and finish out the loop when you hit Leakey again.

Scenery  

A ride through this part of Texas will most certainly change your view of my beloved state. You will ride amongst scenery as good as it gets, along clear rivers, through very twisty mountain type curves amidst real Texas Ranches. With million dollar vistas and cool clear waters along with friendly folks and knowing that you are riding the best this large state can offer, makes for great riding... Nueces River (pronounced New-Aces) on Ranch Rd 335

Road Quality  

This route is mainly very twisty passing over large hills and between not many gas stations. This roller coaster ride will no doubt blow you away. The road is not heavily traveled, but beware as sharp turns have certainly taken many motorcyclist down. Also, although the surface is mostly in very good condition, always watch for loose gravel, deer and slow moving locals heading back to their ranch ... often a much slower pace than we're zippin by at.

Frio River just outside Leaky, (pronounced lay-key) on Ranch Road 337. Just after having gone through the Twisted Sister from Vanderpool (contributed by The Geezy Rider, Aug 08)

On Ranch Road 337 just prior to hitting Vanderpool (contributed by The Geezy Rider, Aug 08)

Huge ranch just north of Campwood on Ranch Road 335 (contributed by The Geezy Rider, Aug 08)

Roadside Amenities  

This route isn't going to be know for its "Roadside Amenities" as much as it is known for its scenery and road quality. There are some very nice pull-outs, stop and enjoy the long vistas. Gas up in Leakey as there are not too many gas stations to choose from and where there is a very good motorcycle shop. For a refreshing summertime swimming hole try the Frio River (frio meaning cold!!!). Note from a recent MotorcycleRoads.com visitor about this route: "Hwy 16 between Kerrville and Bandera is not for beginners! Due to recent accidents, weekend police patrol has increased a great deal. Hwy 173 may be a better route between Kerrville & Bandera."

Additional Info

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Ratings/Reviews

 

Reviewed by BiggityAT on December 2, 2011
(11 out of 13 members found this review useful.)
Creator: BiggityAT
motorcycle_year: 2005
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: I have met people from all over the world who have come to ride the Sisters. Don't miss Frio Canyon just west of Leakey on FM337. It is a small Motorcycle Mecca in this area. Bikers and Motorcyclists welcome and friendly. A couple of important tips, FM337 between Medina and Leakey is technical, with long lulling stretches of predictable twists, until you get to the "Gulch" or "Gap" going west it is a mean decreasing radius after a sweet set of sweepers. Heading east it is a tight turn that opens up to an off-camber hump, and I don't know which is worse. For folks from urban areas FM336 is a "Free Range Cattle" area, which is Texan for no fences, and the occasional cattle guard (RR tracks 6 feet wide). About half of the cattle guards are on a curve. Also very important keep your eye out for a guy with a camera next to a Goldwing. He takes pictures of riders as they pass by and then you can buy them at txmotofoto.com I have several.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 14, 2010
(11 out of 11 members found this review useful.)
Creator: SFC G
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: It was one sweet ride. Just make sure you keep your tank full of gas because there is not alot of gas stations around. And pack your swim trunks for a quick dip. Will be doing it again. And also stop by the Motorcycle spot and get your shirt saying you had ridin three twisted sisters.
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Reviewed by Sooner805 on May 1, 2012
(9 out of 10 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Spud
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Suzuki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: This ride is one of the top ten rides in the nation. It has it all. Scenery and challenge. The scenery is certainly beautiful especially in the spring. Not too hot and trees and cactus in bloom. The people in the area are glad to have you there and are friendly. The road surface itself is in fair to good conditon. The curves are many and sometimes surprising. We saw no livestock on the road at all but the possibility is there. Unexpected trips off the road will surely result in seriuos injury and the cushion is large sharp rock. If you leave the road you will get hurt. The road lulls you to over confidence then jumps up to bite. This ride is not for beginners at all as the speeds can get too great leading into a sharp curve. The roadside amenities are limited so be sure to fuel up when possible. The state of Texas needs to put more marked pull outs on these roads for rest and photos. There are good food and fuel in Leakey plus a great motorcycle food/music/shop just west of Leakey. This road should not be missed by serious motorcyclist.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 16, 2010
(9 out of 10 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Haydn
Comment: Great Route... Of course you need to be very careful... if you go down, either you die by going over a cliff or by hitting the memorial white cross from someone else who has died there before... not some roads for novices...
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Reviewed by Guest on March 5, 2011
(7 out of 7 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Charli
motorcycle_year: 2011
motorcycle_make: Victory
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Had heard and read about these roads for years, so my expectations were very high, which usually sets you up for a let down. Man, not in this case! the roads were amazing. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. The stops along the way were nothing but great food, and very biker-friendly folks. Based out of Koyote ranch...a little pricey, but great food, rooms, and service.
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Reviewed by Guest on September 17, 2008
(7 out of 7 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Mongotro
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Took this ride on my Wing this Sept. 08 and found it to be everything I expected. The scenery is absolutely spectacular. The two sisters that are made up of 337 and 335 are the most challenging. Be aware of possible gravel in sharp turns and rocks fallen onto the road. Do not make this run at night , you can't see the deer in the road! If you are an experienced rider and you haven't run the Sisters, you haven't run the best that Texas has to offer!
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Reviewed by Guest on July 24, 2008
(7 out of 7 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Erik
motorcycle_year: 1996
motorcycle_make: BMW
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: This ride is on my top five for Tx. But since I'm coming from Houston, I don't think I'm going to waste my time on 41 or 336 next time - just up and down 335 and 337. 336 is simply a death wish since cattle and deer freely meander accross it not to mention those damn cattle guards.
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Reviewed by Guest on July 25, 2013
(6 out of 8 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Mike
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Goldwing
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: No disrespect to Texas- but after reading all the "breath -taking" reviews about the 3 sisters, i had to chime in. We spent a week riding the area and had a GREAT time. The people were the best. But I must admit I was a little underwhelmed with the quality of the roads (not smooth) and did not enjoy so many blind slow curves. There were more straights than I expected also. We made the journey from Florida because we kept hearing how great the riding was. And it was nice- but not near as great as people say ( in my humble opinion). Then we went to the Smokies - there i was absolutely blown away. To me the Smokies are a 10 while the Hill country, in comparison, a 2 or 3. I write this to be the only person to say," don't get your hopes up" and if you can choose just for riding, choose the Smokies. Otherwise Texas was one of the best vacations we ever had.

Thanks - and don't hate - just my opinion
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Reviewed by Guest on October 8, 2010
(6 out of 7 members found this review useful.)
Creator: DWIGHT
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: I HAVE RIDDEN THE "3 SISTERS" SEVERAL TIMES. THE HILL COUNTRY IS A NICE PLACE TO RIDE. BE SURE AND STOP AT THE "LONE STAR MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM" IN VANDERPOOL, IF YOU GET A CHANCE. THEY HAVE A NICE COLLECTION OF OLD MOTORCYCLES AND A RESTAURANT INSIDE THE MUSEUM. GOOD BURGERS AND COLD SODA POP. TAKE CARE & RIDE SAFE!
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Reviewed by Guest on May 15, 2010
(5 out of 7 members found this review useful.)
Creator: John W
motorcycle_year: 2005
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Have ridden the Sisters on three trips this spring. The ride from Kerrville on Hwy 16 to Medina and then west on 337 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 16.
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Reviewed by Guest on May 4, 2010
(5 out of 5 members found this review useful.)
Creator: JIM ROSS
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: I have never had as much fun with my clothes on. 14 bikes in our group and we rode all three sisters in both directions over two and one half days. Stayed at Camp Wood and had a wonderful time. The roads were great except for the cattle guards on Hwy 336. Watch out for them. Weather was great for us and there is plenty of places around to get gas food and drinks. Remember this is for riding, not for lounging about in a drinking establishment.
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Reviewed by Guest on March 12, 2008
(5 out of 5 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Tom
motorcycle_year: 1986
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Being a winter Texan I have ridden the "Three Sisters" at least five times a year for over ten years now. 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" 335, and the 16 mile stretch between Leaky and Vanderpool that we call the "Twisted Sister"
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Reviewed by Hoss83 on April 17, 2014
(4 out of 4 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Hoss83
motorcycle_year: 1983
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Standard
Comment: I started riding "The sisters" and all around this part of Texas in 1982.
Back then there were even less amenities and almost never any other motorcycles. My wife and I had our own little world to ourselves.
Not really biker friendly back then, mostly hunter friendly and geared for the hunters. That did not stop my wife and I we loved it so much. We would camp on the South Llano River by the 2nd crossing down stream from Telegraph, TX....a ghost town now. Telegraph store was open had gas, snacks, ice and ice cold Lone Star. We rode 335, 336, 337 and many of the other great roads in the area every trip and we went 10 trips every year. The cattle guards are not a big deal, if you are freaking out about cattle guards you probably shouldn't be riding these roads. Just slow down and ride straight when you approach until you get used to them. Some of the best riding in the country, swimming holes, campsites and much better amenities now. I can remember in 1981 trying to get a motel in Junction and was told "motorcycles not allowed". 33 yrs later they are rolling out the red carpet for motorcycles! We bring $$! This area is so popular now in the Spring there are too many bikes! LOL.. We ride it now in the Summer....less traffic.
I knew in 1982 when we stumbled on this area that it was such a great place to ride that one day word would get out and eventually it would become a mecca for riders. We were certainly not the first to ride this area but it certainly wasn't well known. We love the roads, the people, the views and the freedom you feel when there. After all these years the excitement of each coming trip puts a little more skip in my steps!
Know your bike's limits, know your limits and certainly stay focused, stay safe!
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Reviewed by Guest on September 8, 2009
(4 out of 5 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Rodney
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
Comment: Roads well taken care of. Alot of friendly to meet and to help you out. Best place to stay at is D Rose in Leakey. Place's to stop at are The Hog Stop and Motorcycle Stop.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 21, 2008
(4 out of 4 members found this review useful.)
Creator: John
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Rode the 3 sisters Friday and Saturday October 17th and 18th 2008. 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.
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Reviewed by WWinfree on May 18, 2014
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Wwinfree
motorcycle_year: 2014
motorcycle_make: Harle Davidson Street Glide Special
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: My wife and I are new riders on our new FLHXS . We drove down with experienced riders and i must say for a novice rider I did extremely well. We stayed at the Super 8 Hotel in Kerville and drove to Medina on 16 . We decided to run the Sisters backwards and hit 337 1st. There is a review on this page stating that 16 is just as challangeing as the sister's and that is accurate. 337 was my 1st test. It was a blast , steep climbs , sweeping turns a switch back and a very very fast descent . I did not see any steep drop off's , because i was focused on on the road. My wing woman (spouse) was on the rear. I used all skills learned in motor cycle safety course and must say it paid off. My wing woman says the view was awesome, the turns awesome and as you were turning you could see other bikes moving out of the turns in front of you . We both agree 337 was our favorite. We stopped at Frio Canyon Motorcycle Store to rest. The accomodations were excellent. Service fantastic, restrooms clean and you could fill up for gas there . On to 335. Ranch Road 335 was less challangeing than 337 , not very steep , very few sweeps but there was lost of hills that you could fly over .335 was like being on a adult roller coaster. We stopped at Two Fat Boys in Camp Wood Texas for a bite to eat. We had Chopped Brisket Sandwiches, a bowl of beans, and a tall glass of water. The food was awesome. The service was outstanding I highly reccomend this stop for all. On to 336. This ride was fun not as challangeing as 337 or even highway 16 , but watch that switchback after the 4th or 5th cattleguard. Its like being in a slingshot , it was fast as hell and fun like no other. After that switch back make sure you stop at the top of the hill about 2 miles ahead and take a photo of the valley with your bike and friends . The rest of 335 was a blast. Over all this run could be dangerous if you don't pay attention to what you are doing, and if someone drives out of their lane into oncoming traffic. Ammenities were excellent every where , unless you are a snob ! Watch your speed !
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Reviewed by Guest on March 28, 2011
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Tom Schmidt
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: My wife and I did the Three Sisters this March on our Kawasaki Versys's. This is a fantastic, challenging, and scenic run with very little traffic. My wife has been riding for three years now and had no issues on this roller coaster. We are from Canada and loved the Texas Hill country.
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Reviewed by Guest on August 2, 2010
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: SDAJumpmaster
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Did this route Saturday (July 31, 2010) with my son and four other riders. We trekked down from Killeen/Fort Hood and hit the Sister about 3:00, in the blazing heat, and had the time of our lives! My son is going to have a great story with which to begin his Senior year of high school back in Ohio!
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Reviewed by Guest on September 30, 2009
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Jenn
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: September 25th - 27th, 2009 This was a fantastic ride... there were three of us who took off from Austin on Friday - and found the Three Sisters a fantastic ride. The road quality was good (I kept hearing about the cattle guards - but they were smooth smooth smooth) and the road quality was great! Couple that with the awe-inspiring views and fantastic weather and you have one of the best rides in Texas. Also recommend staying in the Leakey area - gives you an opportunity to take your time and appreciate all the area has to offer. Definitely would recommend to anyone who wants to experience one of the best rides in Texas.
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Reviewed by Guest on September 7, 2009
(3 out of 4 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Michael Morrow
motorcycle_year: 1981
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Rode The Three Sisters 09/06/09 on my 1981 Gl500I along with my brother and his Kawasaki 1500. We had a blast! What a great run. We didn't know Texas had it in her. We rode up from San Antonio on the advice of some bikers we'd met in Bandera earlier in the day and just thought we'd check it out. I've been riding for years and my brother just started. I'm used to riding in N.C. Va. and Oh. and haven't seen anything better. Novices beware! Them speed limit signs are for you.
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Reviewed by Guest on July 3, 2009
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Cat
Comment: Been there, rode that! The three sisters rocks!! I've been riding for just a few years and once I got down here and took this trip, I finally knew experienced what 2 wheels and a great motorcycle road can do - riding bliss! Best ride in Texas hands down and one of the best in the entire US.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 24, 2009
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Sherry
Comment: Talk about a great Texas motorcycle ride - this is it! The 3 sisters do not disappoint. A world class route known by most Texas riders as the best the state has to offer and one of the best in the country. Hills Country at its best!!"
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Reviewed by Guest on May 28, 2008
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Rick Van Horn
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Me and two buddies rode twisted sister on 5/17/08, about 5 miles of 337 is still tow-up just before Leakey. Koyote Ranch in Medina is a great meet and start and stay place. The best ever! You won't regret it. We gona do it again real soon. Matter a fact, One of my buddies went back to Leakey this weekend, from Houston just because he forgot a T-Shirt. Now....if that don't impress you I don't know what will.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 13, 2008
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Jerry
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: The ride isn't complete until you go from Camp Wood back to Leakey. This is a beautiful ride but be careful from sight seeing because there are lots of hairpin curves.
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Reviewed by PacMan on May 23, 2014
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: PacMan
motorcycle_year: 1993
motorcycle_make: H-D FLSTC
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: A group of the 8 riders in our family (including the wife and I) set out on a road trip from North Central Texas to "do" the 3 Twisted Sisters in late April 2013. We stayed in Kerrville after arriving in the area, and then early Saturday morning we took 16 south to Medina and began on RR 337. They were all on newer bikes (we ride a '93 FLSTC)and my bro-in-laws and cousin and LOVE to ride fast. We, being a little more laid-back, like to take things smooth and easy and averaged about 25 MPH slower than they did on the long sweeps and straightaways. We often found ourselves alone riding in some of the prettiest countrysides in Texas and were also passed by some of the fastest riders in Texas who just wanted to see how fast they could find one of the 10 MPH curves. Be sure to stop at the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop for a burger and t-shirt. We had a great time and if you have the time after you do the whole 150 mile circuit, take 83 north out of Leakey, catch 39 east, and see some more beautiful sites along the different branches of the South Fork of the Guadalupe River. This stretch isn't considered part of the 3 Twisted Sisters route, but it ought to be. It is so green there in the spring, you'd think you were in East Texas. Word of advice: Don't do this ride if you have not been riding consistently for a few years - these roads are VERY deceptive and you could find yourself impaled on a white cross dedicated to someone else who didn't respect the road and their abilities (or lack thereof). Gas up EVERY chance you get, and think of investing in a Reda Can - a one gallon gas can that can be stored in a saddlebag. You may not need it, but some poor rider who ran out of gas you find stranded will certainly appreciate the kindness. Also - part of this ride (parts of RR 335 and RR 336) are in an "Open Range" county and livestock are not behind barb wire. "Open Range" in Texas means this: In a "non-Open Range" county, if you hit livestock - it is the livestock owner's fault. In an "Open Range" county, if you hit a livestock... it is YOUR fault. So, if you have at least moderate experience (a few years at least) and at least moderate skills, go ride the most entertaining and beautiful route in Texas. Peace >
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Reviewed by Guest on March 15, 2011
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: "Joker"
motorcycle_year: 1984
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: 3/12/11 My riding buddy and I rode from Juntion, TX down 377 to 41 then south on Ranch Rd 335 to Ranch Rd 337 then rode east to Leakey, Tx. We then headed north on 336 to Hwy 41. Then East on 41 to FM 1340 east to 39 then 27 to Kerrville. We ate in Kerrville then headed south on 16 to 337 west back to 335 then headed north to 41 west, then north on 377 back to Junction. We rode from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm for a total of 335 miles on Saturday. It was an amazing ride. Temp's ranged in the morning from mid 50's to upper 70's mid day. At the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Shop we stopped and talked with a group of South Texas American Legion riders riding the sisters also. When we arrived back in Junction we were tired,,, but couldn't wipe the smiles from our faces. I suggest any avid rider who wants a day of amazing riding and site seeing,, Ride the Three Twisted Sisters and Hwy 16 from Kerrville down to 377. A Truly Great Day of Riding.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 29, 2010
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: randy
motorcycle_year: 2000
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: I rode along route 16 from Kerrville to Vanderpool (Lost Maples was bueatiful) through Medina and Bandera, stopping over at Koyote for a well needed break. Best ride I have ever taken and the scenary is spectacular. Why go to Colorado when you can experience this in Texas.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 1, 2010
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Muddbug
Comment: My wife and I rode this route on Wednesday on our Heritage Softail Classic and it was a beautiful ride. Lots of twists and turns with plenty of steep climbs. Not for the novice rider. Highly recomend this as a must ride.
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Reviewed by Guest on August 10, 2010
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Strider
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: I rode this recently, and I must say... WOW. That was one of the best routes I have been on so far. Also, don't pass up 336! That was one of the funnest sections of twisties. I didn't see any deer nor cows that day, there are only a few cattle guards, and they were very smooth and mainly on straight sections of the road. 336 was also very good pavement. If you have never been on those roads before, take it easy the first time, and you will have a blast!
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Reviewed by Guest on June 21, 2010
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Bud
motorcycle_year: 1982
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: The Three Sisters are a great ride, but ya need to know your limitations. Lots of chances to ruin your whole day. I've ridden the roads in North Georga, Tennesse, & North and South Carolina. 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.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 23, 2010
(2 out of 5 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Jack
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: The Best 100 miles in the U.S.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 3, 2010
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: El Leon
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: I took my 900 Vulcan on this route a couple of years back along with a few fellow bikers and I can honestly sat that this was an awesome ride! It is breathtaking as well as dangerous; definitely not for beginners. Don't forget to pick up your ' i did 3 sisters shirt" at the ned of the ride-you earned it!!!! Hope to go back during the SA bikefest this month.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 22, 2009
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: clinton
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Suzuki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Northern section of 335 is an unbelievable roller coaster ride! The roads were well maintained and no gravel. The Three Twisted Sisters are the best roads in Texas!
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Reviewed by Guest on March 2, 2009
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Mike - Motodad393
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: I rode the 3 Sisters the past weekend (Feb. 27 -29, 2009. The only way to describe this is "Breath Taking!" No construction evident, plenty of gas. Be sure to stop in Leaky at the Biker Stop. Plenty of curves, elevation changes and 41 is a good place to "see what you got" so to speak.
I will return within 3 months. This is a ride and a place one who loves riding, scenery and all around beauty will never tire of.
Be safe.
"
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Reviewed by Guest on November 5, 2008
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Donna
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: We rode the three sister the week of Aug 1 2008. It was awesome we plan on coming back and bringing friends with us.I have never imagined there was such beautiful scenery in Texas
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Reviewed by Guest on October 12, 2008
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: John Plumb
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: As of the end of September 08, 337 is still under construction for the last 2 miles into Leakey. The rest is great. It is passable, but go slow. Loose gravel. All of the rest of the sisters is in fine shape, and one should not fear the cattleguards. Just slow for them. Camp Wood is a great ending place, or starting for that matter. Gas and food available in every town you come to. Fall is the time to do this!
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Reviewed by Guest on May 13, 2008
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Larry
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Caution: 337 between Vanderpool and Leakey is under repair as of 4/08. 6-8 miles of hard packed dirt. However, if still under repair, you can check a map and drop down at Vanderpool or Leakey, and take another route to pick back up on the remainder of 337. Maybe the best ride in Texas: the Three Sisters (335, 336, 337)
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Reviewed by Guest on May 9, 2008
(2 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Andreea Rodman
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: I rode this with a group of 27 bikes in November of 2007. It was an absolutely breath taking ride. My V-Rod loved the turns and the scenery was incredible. I highly recommend this as a weekend ride for single or group riders. True that on the stops so load up your saddlebags and definately fuel up in Leakey.
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Reviewed by jimintexas on April 23, 2014
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Creator: Jim
motorcycle_year: 2011
motorcycle_make: Harley
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Three Sisters are all the best that Texas has to offer. Many good roads in the area around these as well. Road surface is good, watch for those fallen rocks in the turns when the signs say and the cattle guards on 336 can be tricky, especially the sixth one north from Leakey, at the bottom of a hill on a turn. Ten cattle guards total and this is open ranchland so keep an eye out for critters, cattle, deer and hogs.
The riding is great fun, technical in a few spots, not like the Tail of the Dragon but still pretty good.
Go east on 41 past 336 about 9 miles and you hit Garven's in Mountain Home TX. Good place to get gas if needed and also a unique little store.
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Reviewed by Guest on December 20, 2013
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Creator: rod
motorcycle_year: 1995
motorcycle_make: fzr600
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: I read most of the reviews on this site and I concur with the majority view. The Twisted Sisters come as advertised, scenic and challenging. If you are a sport bike rider like I used to be, then you face a daunting challenge. Do you spend the time looking out over the valleys at the breathtaking vistas, or do you set up the next curve? You really can't do both unless you have all the turns memorized. So be careful. There have been several sport bike riders who have been injured and/or killed within the past few years.

I haven't seen anybody mention the following route which perturbs me a bit. Take hwy 27 west of Kerrville to Hunt. Take 39 southwest to hwy 187. Then south on 187. Be ready for 10 or 11 low water crossing areas. Yes, the traffic and stoplights getting out of Kerrville will be a problem. Other than that though, a very rewarding little side track.
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Reviewed by Guest on November 9, 2013
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Creator: Guest
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Triumph
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: This was a really great ride. I have to say, though, that putting the Texas Hill Country in the same league as the Blue Ridge Parkway, Beartooth Pass, or San Juan Parkway is not realistic. Those roads are SPECTACULAR while this one is really, really nice. 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.
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Reviewed by Guest on April 17, 2013
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Creator: Slartidbartfast
motorcycle_year: 1995
motorcycle_make: BMW
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Rode the three sisters and dropped in at the Lone Star Motorcycle Museum. 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.
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Reviewed by BMWJacket on December 22, 2012
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Creator: BMWJacket
motorcycle_year: 2011
motorcycle_make: BMW
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: Rented a GS1200 from Texas Motorcycle Adventures in New Braunfels. Great bike, great service. The owner recommended this ride, which was even better tha advertised. Considering all of the riders I saw in the vicinity, I had the Sisters almost all to myself. Road quality was excellent.
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Reviewed by Guest on August 26, 2012
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Creator: Travis
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Wonderful ride, great views, and just about zero traffic. Looking to head back in the very near future!!!
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Reviewed by Guest on April 17, 2011
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Creator: Don J
Comment: Wife and i of 45 years decided we needed to do this before more time passes. Boy was it enjoyable. The " sisters " has more beauty than one deserves. Sadly there was a fatality on 336. 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. Anyway was very enjoyable and planning on going back for some of the other rides in the hill country.
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Reviewed by Guest on December 30, 2007
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Creator: Kris
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Yeah, me and a buddy did the TWISTED SISTERS awhile back and it was a blast. I highly recommend these roads. Great senery.
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Reviewed by TheBuffaloSoldier on August 7, 2014
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Creator: The Buffalo Soldier
motorcycle_year: 2013
motorcycle_make: Triumph Rocket III Touring
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Excellent ride and lots of variation to make the ride interesting. The views you will experience are comparable to old western movies with hills in the distance and spectacular valleys. The hills can be challenging so don't underestimate the curves, but if you ride within your skill limits this ride is a lot of fun! Locals at The Old Timer were very nice and informative, provided map and overview of what to expect on the ride. Road conditions on 337 were a little rough lots of loose gravel in areas but on curves roads were smooth and reliable. Great scenery and not many cars on trunks on any of the roads which made for a relaxing ride. Check out the motorcycle museum and make sure to stop at the restaurants in Leakey for a bite to eat along the way. Make sure you have a full tank of gas as gas stations are a novelty on on these roads. If you are in the San Antonio area make sure you take this ride!
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Reviewed by pigboy on July 12, 2014
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Creator: pigboy
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawi
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: I have to add my 2 cents. 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 50.. 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.. PS.. scenery with all the rivers is really nice
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Reviewed by Guest on June 19, 2014
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Creator: Carobin
motorcycle_year: 2014
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: This is a "must ride". I suggest hitting these roads from both directions and don't be to strict on your route. We rode these over two days and even one day hit Bandera looped east to Boerne, north to Fredricksburg (great for lunch) west to Kerrville then started 336 from the north off of 41 heading south to Leakey. When you get back to Leakey be sure to stop at Frio Canyon Motorcycle Shop about 1/4 mile east on 337. Some suggest a stop at Garner State Park but we found it crowded and the water was not clean. A run to Bandera is well worth it as well. Gas, food, lodging and beverages can all be found there.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 13, 2014
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Creator: viffer83
motorcycle_year: 2001
motorcycle_make: VFR800
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: This is some of the best riding TX has to offer. 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. Just saying.
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Reviewed by BulldogGSA on May 26, 2014
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Creator: BULLDOGGSA
motorcycle_year: 2012
motorcycle_make: BMW
motorcycle_type: Other
Comment: Road the Three Sisters on a stormy Friday, 05/09/14 after reviewing this website. Pulled into Lost Maples St. Park to don rain gear. Had the road to myself. This website had great info on the road!
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Reviewed by Guest on May 24, 2014
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Creator: H. Vazquez
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Yamaha FZ1
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: This is a very fun road, but be warned it is not for beginners! There are many off camber turns and very sharp curves in spots. The scenery is fantastic and the cliffs do come close in certain spots. I recommend this road for intermediate riders at the least, that said it is a great road and one I will be glad to ride again soon!
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Reviewed by rjchappell on May 5, 2014
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Creator: turtle
motorcycle_year: 2012
motorcycle_make: softail deluxe
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: First time I ever scraped pegs, and the first time I ever prayed for a break so I could collect myself. Very challenging for any rider, the road demands respect. Obey the speed limit, and constantly monitor road conditions, there may be loose gravel, or even worse, loose animals.
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Reviewed by Guest on April 28, 2014
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Creator: JamesA
motorcycle_year: 2011
motorcycle_make: Ducati
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: No complaints about the road! The scenery was amazing.

Did run into cops twice and was pulled over once for doing 61 on a 55... got away with a citation.

I highly recommend the road just don't push your bike on the straights too hard.
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Reviewed by rjtmac on October 7, 2013
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Creator: rjtmac
motorcycle_year: 2006 VTX 1800c / 2007 Shadow 750 C2F
motorcycle_make: Hondas
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: The wife and I rode the "Sisters" in October of 2010. We were in the area for 4 full riding days and really needed a couple more to get it all taken in.

We had both been riding for a little over 2 ˝ years. I had done around 25,000 miles at the time and the wife might have had a 1,000 and we had both been through the motorcycle safety course. She had done due diligence in going to the parking lots and practicing and done open road time. I was a little skeptical of her riding these roads but she wanted to. So with guarded reluctance I agreed.

The "Sisters" were a blast although I felt a little •cheated• in the fact we rode the roads entirely at the posted speed limits or below. So the twists and turns were not near the experience I would have liked but still it was a great time.

Highway 16 was a scarry thing for me for her with her limited riding experience. We made a dry run in the Suburban before attempting it on the bikes. After the dry run, for two days I repeatedly gave her every opportunity to opt out of making the ride. I thought the road was way out of her experience level but I kept this little tidbit to myself. My gentle dissuasion was to no avail and the ride was a go. Made the trip without a bobble. It is not a trip for the faint of heart if your experience and saddle time is limited. It is a must ride if you and yours are up to it. It is also very helpful (necessary in my opinion) to have communication set. Relieves "MUCHO" anxiety.

Found another great road for scenery and just a fun ride. The "Old San Antonio Highway or Old #9" going north off of Highway 473 east of comfort. It comes out on Highway 290 east and south of Fredericksburg. Very Scenic ride. Found this road by mistake. Was on an outing trying to find Luckenbach and turned too quick. Was a great mistake.

We missed the museum on this trip and a couple of other things we wanted to do. Great places to eat in and around Kerrville. She is wanting to go back. This time with the added goal of taking pictures of all of the beautiful and expensive Ranch Gates fronting all of the Working and Game Hunting Ranches. Also have a new Drift HD movie camera I want to have working for the Sisters and other great roads.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 6, 2013
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Creator: Capitan
motorcycle_year: 2013
motorcycle_make: Harley
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: Just as much fun as it was described but agree with the part of avoiding 335 and 336 on future runs to the area. Hwy 16 from Kerrville to Medina is more of a challenge only a shorter run.
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Reviewed by Big Bayou on October 4, 2013
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Creator: Chris Cox
motorcycle_year: 2012
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: This was a great ride and I rate it as one of the top rides in the USA. Will be back often.

Also a positive shout out to Browns Motorcycles in Bandera, TX for picking me up (flat) and getting me back on the road so quick! Thanks
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Reviewed by Guest on September 16, 2013
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Creator: RUSH
motorcycle_year: 2013
motorcycle_make: KAWASAKI ZX10-R
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: I took a trip this past Saturday and finally rode most talked about route in Texas. The Sisters did not disappoint! The cattle guards on 336 did not bother me as predicted but there were 2 sections on 336 that had recently been redone leaving a bunch of gravel on the road. Other than that the rode was great. 335 and 337 were my favorite. Lots of sharp corners, canyon wall on one side drop off on the other. Scenery was amazing. Will be heading that way again next month!
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Reviewed by gaterr on August 15, 2013
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Creator: Gaterr
motorcycle_year: 2012
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: This is one of the best rides we have done. We usually stay in Leakey at any of the relaxing resorts and ride this and several other great rides in this country.
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Reviewed by Guest on August 14, 2013
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Creator: Mcsmith
motorcycle_year: 2013
motorcycle_make: Thruxton
motorcycle_type: Standard
Comment: Awesome scenery, ride, etc. Not a lot of opportunities for gas or snacks. Bring water and fill up at every opportunity.

My wife is a novice rider (1 year ~1500 miles), she did fine -- just followed the advisory speed signs.

Did come around a curve into some soccer ball sized rock fall. At the advisory speed of 25 mph, no problem. I could see we're someone carving it at 45 or so would have been in trouble.

Ride safe!
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Reviewed by Guest on July 11, 2013
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Creator: Mike L
motorcycle_year: 2009
motorcycle_make: Honda Goldwing GL1800
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Rode the three sisters today with my brother. Fantastic ride. Temps started at 82 and by the end of the ride was at 97. Roads were all in great shape. Roadwork along RR337 between Leakey and Campwood.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 23, 2013
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Creator: mojo
motorcycle_year: 1994
motorcycle_make: HD Softail Deuce
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: This was pure fun!!!!! Romantic, majestic, and thrilling. Ace café was excellent and Museum nostalgic. I recommended A peace of Heaven Rv and cabins. Perfect location for the ride and can accommodate a group of 30 plus RVs. Have fun but gas up when you can! Note: Frio Canyon motorcycle shop doesn't open till 10.
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Reviewed by Guest on May 29, 2013
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Creator: Dulcenea
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Moto Guzzi
motorcycle_type: Standard
Comment: Beautiful scenery, fun twists and turns, plenty of places you'll want to pull over for pictures...if you can make yourself stop riding this gorgeous route for that long.
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Reviewed by Guest on November 12, 2012
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Creator: Tyler
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Suzuki
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: my first ever long distance ride and my friends chose the 3 sisters!
We did 850 miles in less than 2 days. While i'm sore like never before, it was by far totally worth it! Definately not for the amatuer though. i was fortunate to go with experienced riders who gave me great advice ahead of time. If you're thinking about trying it out- stop thinking, get on your bike and do it! i only wish we'd had stopped to take in some of the scenery, still the curves, elevation changes and BEAUTIFUL weather was awesome. Running in a pack makes it even cooler.
i was told i'm now an official biker since i survived.
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Reviewed by Centex Nomad on July 22, 2012
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Creator: Centex Nomad
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki Nomad
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Great Ride!! Hands down one of the top 3 in Texas. I started in Medina, leaving my home at 7am & picking up a passenger in Copperas Cove, TX and riding approximately 165 miles to get there. My timing was such that we would eat lunch in Leakey..but what we didn't know at the time was that the restaurant we wanted to eat at was on the return stretch on 337 coming back into Leakey from the north. So filled up with gas & hydrated with cold water, then proceeded north from Leakey on 336 up to TX41, ran west, left on 335, and down...finally stopping at a little roadside cafe called "Angel Wings Cafe". 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 337 leading us back into Leakey from the NW. As we entered Leakey THERE was the retaurant Frio River that we wanted to eat. 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 500 miles for the day...about 520 to be exact. 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...not in July like I did. I'll probably be back this summer...but riding solo this time. The views are breathtaking, the people are friendly...and oh yeah, make sure you top off in Leakey because there isn't a gas stop to stop at until Barkesdale... If you ride, and if you live in Texas...you must ride the Sisters!
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Reviewed by Guest on July 22, 2012
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Creator: Patrick "Pat" Bickel
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki Nomad
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Great Ride!! Hands down one of the top 3 in Texas. I started in Medina, leaving my home at 7am & picking up a passenger in Copperas Cove, TX and riding approximately 165 miles to get there. My timing was such that we would eat lunch in Leakey..but what we didn't know at the time was that the restaurant we wanted to eat at was on the return stretch on 337 coming back into Leakey from the north. So filled up with gas & hydrated with cold water, then proceeded north from Leakey on 336 up to TX41, ran west, left on 335, and down...finally stopping at a little roadside cafe called "Angel Wings Cafe". 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 337 leading us back into Leakey from the NW. As we entered Leakey THERE was the retaurant Frio River that we wanted to eat. 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 500 miles for the day...about 520 to be exact. 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...not in July like I did. I'll probably be back this summer...but riding solo this time. The views are breathtaking, the people are friendly...and oh yeah, make sure you top off in Leakey because there isn't a gas stop to stop at until Barkesdale... If you ride, and if you live in Texas...you must ride the Sisters!
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Reviewed by Drifter576 on May 7, 2012
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Creator: Drifter576
motorcycle_year: 2012
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Absolutely beautiful ride even after an overnight rain and light shower on the ride. Was finally able to let go and clear my head on this one.
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Reviewed by montmil on March 26, 2012
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Creator: Monte
motorcycle_year: 1981
motorcycle_make: BMW R65
motorcycle_type: Standard
Comment: I did the Three Sisters riding mid-week during a Texas hot July. Left Kerrville before dawn headed south on Hwy 16 to Medina. Rode all three ladies, then backtracked to Hwy 39 and returned to K'ville following the Guadalupe by way of
Hunt and Ingram. Wore the chicken strips plumb off my new tires. Great ride. Can be a little unsettling for the novice rider.
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Reviewed by jbarnes on December 23, 2011
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Creator: Doc Barnes
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: ULTRA CLASSIC
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: An early morning ride near dawn is the perfect time to ride these ladies. Be careful though..there can be surprises around each of the many curves.
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Reviewed by Genoh on November 22, 2011
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Creator: Genoh
motorcycle_year: Road King 05
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Rode the complete package 2 weeks ago and have not been able to get "The Sisters" off my mind. Going back for more this weekend. Take it easy on the cattle guards and watch out for the Wallabys (a small kangaroo)
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Reviewed by MCR Contributor on July 31, 2011
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Creator: Baby Boy
motorcycle_year: 2002
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Did the 3 sisters, 1 at a time, then all three together, they were a great ride, it was better doing the 3 together. They seam to have done this before, it was like they fed off each other. They did a number on me also, WOW those were some women.
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Reviewed by Guest on March 15, 2011
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Creator: "Joker"
motorcycle_year: 1984
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: 3/12/11 My riding buddy and I rode from Juntion, TX down 377 to 41 then south on 335 to 337 east to Leakey, Tx then north on 335 to 41. The East on 41 to FM 1340 east to 39 then 27 to Kerrville. We ate in Kerrville then headed south on 16 to 337 west back to 335 then headed north to 41 west then north on 377 back to Junction. We rode from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm for a total of 335 miles on Saturday. It was an amazing ride. Temp's ranged in the morning from mid 50's to upper 70's mid day. At the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Shop we stopped and talked with a group of South Texas American Legion riders riding the sisters also. When we arrived back in Junction we were tired,,, but couldn't wipe the smiles from our faces. I suggest any avid rider who wants a day of amazing riding and site seeing,, Ride the Three Twisted Sisters and Hwy 16 from Kerrville down to 377. A Truly Great Day of Riding.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 27, 2011
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Creator: Tim
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: OTHER
motorcycle_type: Other
Comment: I've ridden this on my custom chopper and is a blast, heading back tomorrow for some more twists and turns.
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Reviewed by Guest on January 24, 2011
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Creator: TexasThunder
motorcycle_year: 2001
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: I've ridden this and it is a great ride. I hope to do The Three Twisted Sister's many times!
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Reviewed by Guest on January 12, 2011
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Creator: Tim
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: The riding on this route is fantastic. Rode it twice in fall of 2010 with riding group from Houston and wouldn't tire of riding it more frequently. Great ride and definitely will be an annual ride for myself.
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Reviewed by Guest on November 1, 2010
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Creator: John
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: A friend and I rode to Leakey from Houston on a Friday via multiple backroads so it was an eight hour trip. We cheked into a small cabin area called Cypress Frio Waters and went into Leakey for dinner and then went and got some sleep. On the second day we had breakfast, Rode the Three Sisters, counter-clockwise, had lunch and again rode the Three Sisters, clockwise, and called it a day. On the third day we returend to Houston. What a RIDE. The trip was just over 1016 miles with Great weather. It's now going to be a Bi-Annual event in my book. If you have a bike you really need to take this ride.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 27, 2010
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Creator: Jeff
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Excellent ride. My girlfriend and I rode 337 and 336 while in the area for Octoberfest 2010. We only had time for two legs of the run, but are already planning an April 2011 trip back to stay in Leakey and run the full route. This route is not for the beginner. Get familiar with your equipment, be safe, and ya, watch out for the cows...
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Reviewed by Guest on September 13, 2010
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Creator: Scrubs
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Did the 3 Sisters once, a year & a half ago, and that just wasn't enough. I gotta go do 'em again soon. My favorite part was when one of four Motards tried to pass us; that's when they discovered that a bike is only as fast as its rider. The rest stop at Frio Canyon was alright too.
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Reviewed by Guest on September 8, 2010
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Creator: mike
motorcycle_year: 2010
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
Comment: My friend and I rode the Sisters over Labor Day week-end 9-3 -10 W e started in Dallas Friday back on Sunday .great ride....... even 336 cattle guards just encourage you to look around and enjoy the views
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Reviewed by Guest on August 30, 2010
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Creator: JJ
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Buell
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: I've lived in Texas for 2 years now and done this ride 5 times. One of the best runs I've ever encountered and I never get tired of it.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 11, 2010
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Creator: Theresa
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Standard
Comment: Ride RR470 and 1050 thru Tarpley and Utopia....great ride!!
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Reviewed by Guest on June 1, 2010
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Creator: kathryn
motorcycle_year: 2010
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Danny and I rode the 3 sisters for his 65th birthday today, Memorial Day!!! It was gorgeous and fun!! Fuel up in Leaky, on 41 just east of RR336, or possibly in CampWood. My new Harley Softail Classic with its stage 1 performance upgrade was a wonder. I have been riding for 2 years and rode the sisters hard today. I advise you to carry lots of water if you ride during our hot season.
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Reviewed by Guest on April 20, 2010
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Creator: Gunner
motorcycle_year: 2005
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: What an awesome ride!
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Reviewed by Guest on February 20, 2010
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Creator: Big Tex
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Took the ride in 2008. Beutiful country ! Nice ride on BIKE. Lots of hills winding road. Great country.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 16, 2010
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Creator: Trigger
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: Kawasaki
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: Rode 336 and 337 last weekend... Awesome! Looking forward to the next visit when I can do all three.
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Reviewed by Guest on February 11, 2010
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Creator: Mitch
motorcycle_year: 1997
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: I was introduced to the "Three Twisted Sisters" by my Goldwing Club in 1995. Have ridden them every year since. My favorite is the roller coaster section of 335 heading from south to north. Also better views of the river and the canyon when going north. Great road, great views and Spring is the time to go when the wildflowers are out. Will be taking a group up there in April for our annual visit. When you're done riding the Sisters and you want to unwind, head south of Leakey and take 1050 over to Hwy. 16. Nice sweepers and nice views for a laid back ride. Enjoy them all.
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Reviewed by Guest on October 26, 2009
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Creator: nathalie
Comment: my fiancee and i have made this ride a yearly tradition! this is a must do for all who love to ride! it is more beautiful each time we go!
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Reviewed by Guest on October 3, 2009
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Creator: jrose
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Hello riders, My wife and I have been eagerly waiting for our trip thru the Three Sisters route. We will be riding on it on Oct 12th. Looking forward to it big time. I'll let you all know how it went and if possible, I'll add pictures and maybe even a video.
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Reviewed by Guest on September 28, 2009
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Creator: roger
motorcycle_year: 2002
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: great ride if you pay attention to speed limits, I will return on 10-09 and 10-23 for 2 more rides because each time is different, solw and steady is best for me so I can enjoy the scenery
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Reviewed by Guest on September 15, 2009
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Creator: Luke
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: enjoyed ever turn,hill,curve
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Reviewed by Guest on September 15, 2009
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Creator: Hays
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
Comment: great ride really enjoyed it
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Reviewed by Guest on September 9, 2009
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Creator: R.W.
motorcycle_year: 2007
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
Comment: rode 9/06/09 great ride
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Reviewed by Guest on September 7, 2009
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Creator: Johnny
motorcycle_year: 2005
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Me and the wife started at Fredericksburg Labor day weekend 2009. Rode three sisters on Friday. The scenery was absolutly beautiful. Steep hills and sharp turns were abundant. I've Lived in Texas for 50 years and never knew how beautiful the hill country could be. When going from Fredericksburg it's a full days ride. Can't wait to go back!!!
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Reviewed by Guest on July 16, 2009
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Creator: Rocky
motorcycle_year: 2005
motorcycle_make: Suzuki
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Leave tomorrow 7/17/09 to make this run. Will let you know how it panned out.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 17, 2009
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Creator: Berde
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Yamaha
motorcycle_type: Sport-Touring
Comment: Rode the Three Sisters two weeks ago (1 Jun 09). Awesome vistas with breathtaking sierras and valleys all over. There are various river crossings at multiple points. Needless to say that the Roller Coaster (335) and the Twisted Sister (337) are exhilarating but very dangerous at the same time, not the type of road trip for beginners or easily distracted folks. Coming from Comal County, the ride was a full day affair. I look forward to one day doing it again !!!
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Reviewed by Guest on May 20, 2009
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Creator: jeff
motorcycle_year: 2008
motorcycle_make: BMW
motorcycle_type: Other
Comment: I am not a motorcyclist. I drive a BMW 335i and drove down last New Years eve from DFW area to drive RR335. Just wanted to say I respect that bikers will be on this road but if you see a car, please understand this road is great for us automobilists too.
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Reviewed by Guest on May 12, 2009
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Creator: Justin
motorcycle_year: 2000
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Just returned from riding the three sisters May 8th, 2009 on a Valkyrie. Loved the ride. There were three of us. The weather was perfect. Rodes are great and well paved. Definitely plan to ride this route again.
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Reviewed by Guest on March 12, 2009
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Creator: Vera
Comment: Went to the Hill Country March 7-12, 2009. I drive an 883 Sporster HD. Stayed @ D’Rose. The weather turned on us. It was cold & raining. Thank God for no accidents. We had a great time despite the cold & rain. We will defiantly plan another trip to the Hill Country to ride the Three Sisters again, only next time in dry conditions so that we can challenge our bikes and ourselves. The roads will give you a run for your money & not to mention the views of the hillside as an extra bonus.
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