Cruise CR 341 in Burnet County on your motorcycle. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

Cruise CR 341 in Burnet County on your motorcycle. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

The all-American road trip is alive and well in the Highland Lakes. So grab your sweetie, your family, the dog or just a few friends and hit the road. Here in the Highland Lakes, you’ll find plenty of highway and byways worth exploring.
If you want a great way to enjoy fall and winter, get the bike out and hit the road or trail. Fall brings with it changing leaves and all the wonderful colors, lifting your spirits as you increase your heart rate.
Cycling offers a way to explore the Highland Lakes, whether on a longer ride or just a jaunt around the neighborhood.
The wonderful thing about cycling is you can explore near and far. All you need is a map and a little time. Check out the Austin Cycling Association's website at austincycling.org if you're looking for a little more direction. It has some organized rides as well as courses already mapped out for you.
Sure you can check out the Highland Lakes in your car, but if you're a motorcycle enthusiast, let's be honest, it doesn't get much better than exploring the hills and valleys of the area on two wheels. It doesn't matter if you prefer a Harley, a sport bike or dual purpose, you'll find some wonderful places to just cruise here in the Highland Lakes with plenty of spots to stop, rest and relax. 
If you want a great way to enjoy spring and summer, hop on a bike. Spring brings with it wildflowers and all the wonderful colors, lifting your spirits as you increase your heart rate.
Cycling offers a way to explore the Highland Lakes, whether on a longer ride or just a jaunt around the neighborhood.
The wonderful thing about cycling is you can explore near and far. All you need is a map and a little time. Check out the Austin Cycling Association's website at www.austincycling.org if you're looking for a little more direction. It has some organized rides as well as some courses already mapped out for you.