Roads & Rallies: Twisted Sisters

Heading downhill on the Three Sisters road

The Twisted Sisters are three undulating roads that meander through the heart of Texas hill country, completely free of hair metal, makeup, or football pads. Unless you’re into that stuff. Also known as the Three Sisters, Ranch Road 335, 336, and 337a form a roughly 100 mile loop that boasts the perfect mix of unspoiled vistas and craggy canyons.

Roads & Rallies: 2016 California Mille

Lease a red 1954 Lancia D24 on the Golden Gate Bridge

This week, residents of southern and central California are being treated to the rattle and hum of the 26th anniversary of the California Mille. The drive amounts to 1,000 miles of the best backroads in California, through the hills and beside the Pacific Coast.

Roads & Rallies: 2016 Texas 1000

Lease a red Ferrari 330 GTC with Premier

Usually, we hold our Texas event in November, when it’s still warm and sunny but there’s not much going on in the rest of the U.S. vintage car world. This year, knowing that the famous Hill Country spring wild flowers would be especially brilliant thanks to El Nino winter rains, we scheduled our Texas Bluebonnets for April 3 through April 8.

Roads & Rallies: The 2016 Copperstate 1000

Lease a Mercedes 300SL to Rally in the Copperstate 1000

Founded in 1990 as a fundraiser for the Phoenix Art Museum, the Copperstate 1000 has burgeoned into one of the preeminent vintage rallies in America. It offers fine lodgings for a four-day all-inclusive trip on an unbeaten, carefully curated trail.

Roads & Rallies: Pacific Coast Highway

A view of the ancient Lone Cypress from the Pacific Coast Highway

California’s State Route 1 runs parallel to the storied West coast of the U.S., past craggy strands and major metropolises. It touches many of America’s coast-borne icons, skirting Los Angeles and merging with Route 101 to cross San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.