Lace, Grace & Gears and the City of Bandera are excited to be hosting the 1st annual Bandera Mayor’s Ride during the 2nd Annual LGG Motorcycle Rally!
Join Mayor Suzanne Schuman on this celebratory ride through the beautiful curves and turns of the Texas Hill Country. This ride will begin at the Bandera City Park and then take you through the beauty of one of the legendary Twisted Sisters, a top 10-ride in the US. We will stop at the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop where you can get equipped with souvenirs and visit the Bent Rim Grill in Leakey. The ride will continue through the Frio River, Utopia and back again to Bandera City Park. Participants will receive a 1st annual Mayor’s Ride Pin and other collectibles provided by our sponsors.
Please register today to guarantee your spot; only 150 spaces available.
*Note: Must be 21 or older to participate
A holy portal to other worlds. This is a longer ride. An Enormous pink granite rock Dome sits in the Texas Hill Country. The Dome itself is the largest batholithe pink granite in the U.S. It rises approximately 425 feet above the surrounding terrain, some of the best motorcycle roads in Texas, dramatic scenery and twisty roads will be traveled to get there. The ride from Bandera to Fredericksburg is on good back roads, good elevation changes and nice curves. As a bonus, we will pass by Willow City Loop, A Gorgeous, scenic drive, cattle guards, and steep grades… A spectacle, miniature Grand Canyon. Then riding Sweet 16 all the way back to Bandera… SWEET!
A short ride. Let’s visit Medina Lake, where it sits in the natural gorge of the Medina River… It’s at full stage and a beautiful site to see. And a special twist, travel up to Center Point and around Mt Medina for some knock-out scenery, and picturesque route. Traveling back through Medina on Sweet 16, stop by in Medina for some Medina ice cream at the apple store… and Bandera is right around the corner.
Canyon Lake and River Road
A long ride traveling north to Boerne, going round Mountain, for some good technical roads, true Texas Rolling hills, canyon views and scenic winding roadways. Traveling North of Canyon Lake, around the Dam, and winding down River Road. the Guadalupe river…11 miles of tall canyons, river crossings, and thrilling experience of twisty roads. Traveling back, cross country on 46 and back to Bandera.