Bikes, Brews and BBQ
Eagle Riders Dallas
Pick out your bike at Eagle Riders Dallas, just 3.4 miles from DFW International Airport. After that head to possibly the best stop for motorcycle aficionados at Rick Fairless' Strokers, Dallas' largest seller of factory custom built motorcycles. Join the black leather-outfitted crowd that come here to enjoy themselves and listen to live music, check out their calendar!
Gas Monkey Grill
Head to Gas Monkey Grill, made popular in the Discovery Chanel's Fast N' Loud show. Listen to live music and have a taste of the Hill Country BBQ Burger.
Head-Quarters for Live Music
Visit Deep Ellum, Dallas's head-quarters for live music and everything underground and independent. With three streets of live music, tattoo labs and street art, there is a lot to do here. To start, don't miss Pecan Lodge, arguably the best BBQ in town and possibly the State of Texas.
Metal Heads Bikers
Ride to AT&T Stadium
Ride to AT&T Stadium for some speed and to visit the Dallas Cowboys impressive home. Next door, Globe Life Park is also open for tours and is home of the Texas Rangers.
Restaurants and Tasty BBQ
Drive through Main Street, left on Houston, take the Houston Viaduct, right on Colorado and left on Bishop and visit the Bishop Arts District, offering charm, independent stores and restaurants and tasty BBQ at Lockhart BBQ.
Best Skyline View
Head downtown at sunset through the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge for the best skyline view. Don't miss a visit to Trinity Groves, a 'Restaurant Incubator Concept" that features up-and-coming chefs and restaurateurs in Dallas. With more than 14 restaurants it's hard to choose where to go. Dive into a steak at the saloon-style steakhouse, The Hall.
Texas Motor Speedway
If your need for speed increases, ride to Texas Motor Speedway and drive real NASCAR race cars by yourself or take a NASCAR Ride Along.
Cool Dive Bar
End your visit at Lee Harvey's a very cool dive bar with live music and independent vibe. On the way back downtown enjoy another great view of downtown!