Outlaws Event Calendar

Sunday Monthly Meeting


Sunday April 2nd

The Arizona Outlaws meet the first Sunday of each month for coffee and cars. The location is the Panera Bread and Bakery at 14826 N. Pima Road (https://goo.gl/maps/8X6RVqGsD42H9GZY8) on the northwest corner of East Raintree Drive and the 101 Freeway in Scottsdale (next to the Bank of America).  The gathering time starts at 7:30 am.

Following the morning gathering, Jeff Flaherty will lead to group to lunch at The Cove and Oar House at Bartlett lake. This is a nice drive and lunch by the lake. Departure from Panera at 9:45 with expected arrival at 10:30.

Get out and drive that 356!

Deluxe Customs Event

2023 DCSS

Outlaws Driving Event


East Meets West Driving Event

The second Arizona Outlaws East Meets West event with the NM Zia 356 Club will be held Thursday, April 13th to Sunday April 16th, 2023 in the historic mining town of Bisbee, AZ.  Bisbee was considered the most refined city west of the Mississippi in its heyday and retains a cool funky vibe to this day with its selection of bars, restaurants, shops and local color. The Whining Swine will be in force.

The Tucson Hotel La Quinta (520) 747-1414 is the destination for Thursday, April 13. Hotel reservations must be made on your own; refer to Block Arizona Outlaws for rooms. A dinner and get together will be at a restaurant within walking distance.

The group from Phoenix will meet at 10:30 am Thursday, April 13, at the Chevron station south of US 60 at the Goldfield exit, milepost 198. The back way through Florence will include lunch at the L&B Mexican restaurant on 695 S. Main Street in Florence. We’ll go from there on SR79 towards Tucson.

Options for Thursday afternoon tours include the Pima Air Museum in southeast Tucson and the Desert Sonoran Museum west of Tucson.

On Friday, April 14, the drive will begin about 9:30 am Outlaw Time at the La Quinta Hotel (route maps will be available) and go east up to Mount Lemon. The run will then go south through Sonoita to Tombstone for lunch and a sight-seeing stop.

At about 2 pm, we’ll leave for the short trip to Bisbee and the event hotel for Friday and Saturday. The historic Copper Queen Hotel (520) 432-2216 has rooms available under the Arizona Outlaws that are going fast, so make reservations ASAP. A Happy Hour event will take place at the Copper Queen on Friday and dinner on both nights is on your own.

The historic mining town of Bisbee has numerous bars and restaurants. Potential attractions in Bisbee include a copper-mine tour and a Bisbee Jeep tour.

Saturday morning about 9:30 am, Outlaw Time, a drive will go northeast to the Wilcox area for a stop at the Chiricahua National Monument. From there, we will go to the Gadsden Hotel in Douglas for lunch and a tour of the historic hotel. Pancho Villa once rode his horse up the staircase in the lobby.

After the tour, we will return to Bisbee for an informal wind down in the Copper Queen bar before dinner at one of the town’s numerous restaurants.

All participants must register for the event. The entry fee is $35, which does not include hotels, food, drink or souvenirs.

A room block has been set up at the Copper Queen Hotel ((520) 432-2216). Call and ask for the Arizona Outlaws room block. Rooms are limited at the Copper Queen but many other boutique hotels are in the area.

Copperstate 1000 Event

Copperstate 2023