Sandy Point Road is a twisty, curvy road, at times through the ride the trees on either side of the road seem to engulf the road.
Making a tunnel of trees over the road.
Watch out for wild life especially the deer.
- Larry Ellison (7/29/12)
Although it's not a very long ride, with little traffic, it's makes a cool short-cut to bypass Rosharon.
You'll see some nice country homesteads, friendly folks and old oak and pecan trees overhanging the road.
The wildflowers in spring make this a great little ride.
The combination of curves and no stops make this road popular for sport bikes and cruisers alike.
Rider beware: the bends are deceptive!
More than one rider has landed in the cactus patches seen right on the edge of the road on the outside of those curves!
Once you know they are there, they work better than speed bumps to slow bikes down.
- Rider from Missouri City, TX (9/21/10)
Surprisingly nice road for this part of the state.
Fun, a bit scenic, and in decent condition.
Watch for loose gravel on the turns.
- Roman from Illinois (6/18/10)
This is a nice stretch of mostly one lane paved country road.
Travel east to west and turn right on 1462 as you come off this one and take Cow Creek south, or 762 north, just a couple miles further west.
Three nice stretches all close together.
- 'Big Dave', Angleton, Texas (7/9/07)
A road that starts off fairly twisty (at least for the coastal plains) and than straightens out and brings you right next to the Brazos River.....Fun short road.
- Nate Lavigne (3/29/07)