Best Austin, Texas Motorcycle Riding Routes

May 24, 2021


A rented Suzuki sportbike motorcycle ridden in Austin, Texas.

When it comes to food and music, Austin, Texas has a lot to offer. But what about the folks that want to get outside and explore the area? Riding a motorcycle in and around Austin is one of the best ways to see the state’s capital.

And it doesn’t take long for the city to fade away from the seat of a motorcycle. We’ve put together a loop to get you out into the hill country. This ride goes around the fingers of the Colorado River and Lake Travis.

Begin your ride over coffee at the ride at The Omelettry. It's known for their chili con queso omelet if you like spicy. Get the gingerbread pancakes, if you prefer something sweet. 

Riders Share offers a wide variety of street bikes for rent in Austin, Texas. Take a peek at our listings to see if there’s a motorcycle that catches your eye. And with our new review feature, you can learn about the experience other riders had on a particular street bike. After the ride, don’t forget to share your review so others know about your experience.

Riding route – This loop starts and ends at the Omelettry. It runs northwest (counter-clockwise) and takes you along a mostly quiet, two-lane highway northwest of Austin. The ride takes about 3.5 hours to cover and is 134-miles in duration.

For turn-by-turn Google Maps directions, click here: Austin, Texas loop.