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    On June 12-14, my two friends and I will be riding the three sisters routes for the very first time. I'm very exciting and nervous at the same time. Just want to ask for those who has experience riding these routes, what is your advice on preparing the ride and what we should be cautious on? Thanks in advance.

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    I just moved to S.A., I've only run the Sisters once. Best advice I have is take the corners easy the first run. Find a couple of cruisers to pace behind. The best place to find other riders is Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop. Great food.

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    Make sure to gas up in Leaky. Take it easy along the hill sides, there are some blind corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Rock View Post
    Make sure to gas up in Leaky. Take it easy along the hill sides, there are some blind corners.
    What Chilly said and I will add that when the speed limit on those hills say 10mph, DO IT! Stay in your lane on those hills when you hit those blind spots. A lot of people love to ride and drive the Three Sisters. Lots of beautiful scenery and there are a few places to open up your 9. Be safe and have a blast. Take pics!

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    TAKE YOUR TIME

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    Thank you for all of your feedbacks. I will be staying in Medina HighPoint Resort. Despite all the rain and the flooding we had it is still okay to go in 17 days?

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    I'm sure it will be. As long as the rain comes to a stop some time soon.

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    I might be able to come out and join you some time that weekend, if it's cool with you guys that is. Just have to see what work has me doing.

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    Default Here's the Video


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    Thanks for posting the video. Been wondering about that ride. I'm sold! Will have to do the trek to SA to make that happen now! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiddcreole View Post
    Thanks for posting the video. Been wondering about that ride. I'm sold! Will have to do the trek to SA to make that happen now! :-)

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    It's an awesome ride.

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