The name RIDE TEXAS® is a registered trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It is illegal for you to use our trademark, RIDE TEXAS® as any part of your business name, website, group, or any products you develop. Any use by unauthorized parties, commercial or non-commercial is prohibited under law.
To be clear, it is illegal for you to use "Ride Texas®" in your motorcycle-related website URL, blogname or URL, group name or URL. Adding a word in front or after the "Ride Texas®" doesn't help. Unauthorized use is also illegal on books, videos and products related to riding motorcycles in Texas. If you have any questions, you should really consult with an attorney prior to using our trademarked name without our permission.
We vigorously pursue all infringement as is our obligation under law in order to preserve the brand we've spent 15 years and insane amounts of time and money developing.
Anything motorcycle-related called "Ride Texas®" will appear to be affiliated with our brand. We have a standard process for handling infringement that may seem harsh, but the steps are required by law to protect our trademark. It's not personal, and it's never fun for anyone when pointy headed lawyers get involved. We apologize in advance should this happen, but it's easy to avoid, don't use our trademarked name, RIDE TEXAS® without our permission.
Here are the only official RIDE TEXAS® sites online:
Any other sites, groups, or online anything not listed above is using RIDE TEXAS® in a fraudulent manner, in violation of federal trademark law. It would be most helpful if you'd report any violations to the publisher here.
Everything on the ridetexas.com and texmoto.com websites is protected by copyright and trademark laws. Linking to content on this website is not prohibited, but copying content, including photographs, videos and text to another website is prohibited. Scanning materials, including our maps from the print magazine and/ or books and posting online is strictly prohibited.
If you see someone ripping off RT, we appreciate your notifying us so that we may address the problem.
Granted only in writing and providing that full credit is given to the source. Please contact us.
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You are riding at your own risk. Riding a motorcycle has inherent risks, including the risk of injury and death. Always ride sober and wear the appropriate safety gear. Even doing so does not guarantee your safety. Proper training and licensing should be every rider's prerequisite before operating a motor vehicle on the roadways.
The highway system and the conditions of the roads within are the responsibility of Texas Department of Transportation (TxDot). RT assumes no responsibility for road conditions or construction at any particular time.
All information on this website is offered without warranty as to the fitness for a particular purpose.
• Use particular caution when riding on unfamiliar roads. Never ride alone and let someone know where you’re going and when you’re expected back. Unpaved, back country roads subject riders to more risk. Always have a rider-down plan. Follow all park safety guidelines for off-road travel.
• Low Water Crossings should never be attempted when water is flowing over the road. They are equally hazardous to motorcycles whether the water is shallow or deep. Turn around and find another route.
• Wildlife & Livestock Always be aware of the danger of deer and other animals crossing the road in front of you unexpectedly. The Hill Country is home to the highest concentration of white tail deer in the nation.
• Roads subject to closure and construction without notice. Check for closures and construction prior to visiting.
• Small towns: Businesses may be closed on Sundays. Some do not accept credit cards. Gas stations may be scarce in rural areas. Carry cash and keep your tank topped off.
• Business phone numbers, addresses, hours, and websites featured all valid at the time the trip was taken but are subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm.
• Please obey all traffic regulations and wear the appropriate safety gear and ride sober.