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Old 08-23-2009, 05:30 PM   #1
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Park road 37?

Was caging it to the gf's aunt's house (bandera/helotes)this weekend, when her uncle told me to take this rd to get to their house. I can't remember too many straight aways. Lots of hills and turns. Any fellow m-hers been riding out there? Seen alota bikes while in route.
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Old 08-23-2009, 05:34 PM   #2
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I go to Bandera every other week or so, but I generally take 46 to 16
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Old 08-23-2009, 05:46 PM   #3
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it's past san antonio ? ... can't find it. .. maybe someone else might have it on a map
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You saw lots of bikes in Hill country? Seriously?
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Old 08-23-2009, 05:57 PM   #5
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it's past san antonio ? ... can't find it. .. maybe someone else might have it on a map
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Old 08-23-2009, 06:33 PM   #6
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You saw lots of bikes in Hill country? Seriously?
not the point I was trying to make. Was wondering if any m-h ers have ever rode this particular road.
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Old 08-23-2009, 06:41 PM   #7
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I have ridden it a lot. Heading to Bandera from SA on 16, you can take it to the four way intersection that goes straight to Lake Medina. You can either turn around and run it again, or hang a right and come out at Pipe Creek (I think) back to 16, then left to Bandera. Very nice road, but it has been getting more trafific on it in the last few years.

Some nice moderate elevation changes and good left, right, left, right turns. Some can sneak up on you so I would suggest running the road first at a nice pace, then wick it up after you have seen the turns. Good advice on ost roads I guess.

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I have ridden it a lot. Heading to Bandera from SA on 16, you can take it to the four way intersection that goes straight to Lake Medina. You can either turn around and run it again, or hang a right and come out at Pipe Creek (I think) back to 16, then left to Bandera. Very nice road, but it has been getting more trafific on it in the last few years.

Some nice moderate elevation changes and good left, right, left, right turns. Some can sneak up on you so I would suggest running the road first at a nice pace, then wick it up after you have seen the turns. Good advice on ost roads I guess.

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Old 08-23-2009, 11:46 PM   #9
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got a buddy who lives in Austin that will love to take us on the Hill Country roads for a day. He rides a Motard thoungh which he rides real good
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Next time you're up there take 16 from Bandera to Kerrville, it will take you up and over Medina Mountain. Just watch some of the turns, they are posted at <15 and they mean it. If you have a chance to ride through Ingram there are some pretty cool roads along the river
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Next time you're up there take 16 from Bandera to Kerrville, it will take you up and over Medina Mountain. Just watch some of the turns, they are posted at <15 and they mean it. If you have a chance to ride through Ingram there are some pretty cool roads along the river
I just road 16 Saturday and it was awesome, excep the road surface kinda sucks.
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Old 08-24-2009, 06:53 AM   #12
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PR37 isnt to far from my house, We used to hit it pretty hard, But for some certain individuals who like to make 's out of themselves lately the cops have been staking it out alot. a few guys went down this weekend and one guy lost his left leg. We used to go down it and then up to Leakey which has some really killer roads, I wrecked up in Leakey bout 2 years ago and got airlifted to the hospital with a broken ankle, Broken shoulder, Broken tailbone and major brain swelling. I was wearing full leathers and a good helmet, It's easy to get some serious speed up there and get hurt so be careful your first time thru there.
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