Motorcycle Journeys Through Texas

Motorcycle Journeys Through Texas

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As you know, everything in Texas is big. The steaks are big, the hills are big, the trees, buildings, and attitude are big. So when Neal Davis found great motorcycling in Texas, he found it in big supply. This book will show you the routes and reasons that Texas boasts one of the largest populations of registered motorcyclists in the nation. Find out what so many people already know: Texas has a coastline, hill country, Wild West, and gorgeous weather that make the state a premier motorcycling destination. Neal Davis has filled this book with detailed maps, photographs, easy-to-follow directions, and great tips for travel. Whether you're a Texas native and want to explore your own vast backyard, or you're ready to begin planning your first visit to the Lone Star State, this book will help you find the best of what youre looking for. Texas has a thrilling history. It has been claimed, at one time or another, by six different nations, and has won independence from five of them. Davis will take you to many important historical sites while explaining to you the significance of each. He'll even tell you how to get around them if you prefer to stick to the twisting hill country or seaside roads. For centuries, Texas has been a destination for those seeking adventure. Find out why and plan an adventure of your own with this book as your guide.
Publisher: Center Conway, N.H. : Whitehorse Press, c2004
ISBN: 9781884313448
Branch Call Number: ANF 917.64 DAVI
Characteristics: 223 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm


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