Skip the packed lunch and stop at Loco Coyote!
- Anonymous (4/20/14)
- Stephen Proctor (4/16/14)
Bring a couple of sodas and a sack lunch, there is nothing from Granbury all the way back to Glen Rose or Stephenville.
Take Highway 377 to FM-51 (also called Paluxy Highway), go southwest on 51 for about 14 miles you will see Paluxy circle.
Take it and stop on the top at the Tabernacle for a picnic lunch and a rest.
Follow on around back to 51.
A short drive and 51 and 205 come together.
Follow on around to 67.
Here it does get twisty and some nice up and down hills with blind curves.
There are a lot of wild animals so watch for them.
You can find a lot of nice rides in this area.
- Doc Chapman (9/28/13)
Some good changes in elevation.
- Charles Long (7/2/09)
When riding this, as you get closer to Highway 67 the road becomes much more challenging.
This is a lot of fun, but I do not recommend a large group of bikes at the same time...if one goes down you could get a domino effect.
Also not much traffic during the weekends I have been there, but be ready because sometimes a pickup truck or two will share your lane while coming at you too fast.
- Anonymous (10/5/07)
This is a challenging and fun road with very tight corners and a lot of vertical articulation.
There are good views along the way, but at any speed at all, your focus will be the many, many corners and twists the road presents.
An experienced rider will really enjoy the road.
- Anonymous (9/23/07)
Good two lane road, paved well.
Tar gets very soft in hot weather, watch that.
Also has a corner that sneeks up on ya.
Had two riders not make it, no damage, no injuries. But one didn't make it.
Bike and rider wound up in the creek with minor scrapes.
This is the only "S" turn on the road, watch it, 20mph.
This a fun road just be careful.
- Rider from Texas