Outlaws Event Calendar


Sunday Monthly Meeting

Sunday April 7, 2019  AZ Outlaws 356 Club Gathering

Meetings are held the 1st Sunday of every month at Panera Bread. The gathering starts around 8-8:30am, followed by a driving tour for Brunch. Join us for a cup of coffee while you look, talk and enjoy 356's up close with other owners.

NOTE THE NEW MEETING LOCATION
Our new monthly meeting location is the Panera Bread in Phoenix - Camelback Colonade, 1949 E Camelback Rd. 85016.

  • South of Camelback on 20th Street on the West side of the street, near the Best Buy store.  The restaurant faces 20th Street.
  • For parking, use the spaces away from the store (towards 20th Street) so we don't block parking access for other customers.

Following the morning gathering, the drive to brunch will be leave at 10AM and be led by Pete and Lynn Robinson to the Tonto Verde Golf Club.

HWY 51 south to 202 east to HWY87 (Country Club Drive) north to Ft. McDowell Rd west (at the casino) to Fountain Hills Blvd / McDowell Mountain Rd north to Forest Rd north to Tonto Verde. The Clubhouse is 18401 El Circulo Drive Rio Verde AZ 85263.


Outlaws Driving Event

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April 12-14, 2019  AZ Outlaws 356 Club Driving Event

Our annual Bulldog Kliffs Rennen is planned for April 12-14 and we will return to some favorite roads and locations in Alpine and New Mexico too. Beware... to get there you will drive the infamous Coronado Trial, previously known as the Devil's Highway. Our headquarters will be in Springerville in the Arizona White Mountains, another Outlaws favorite!

Now designated a National Scenic Byway, the Coronado Trail winds for more than a hundred miles from the twin cities of Eagar and Springerville in the north to the twin cities of Clifton and Morenci in the south. In between, the route follows the trail used in 1540 by Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado as he searched for the fabled “Seven Cities of Cibola.” He wasn’t joy-riding in a 356, but he surely marveled at the views, which begin among the rolling grasslands on the outskirts of Eagar. According to DangerousRoads.org, the road is narrow and winding, dipping from one curve to the next and it’s said to have 460 curves. The highest point of the road is located 4 miles south of Hannagan Meadow, in Greenlee County. It reaches 9,370 ft (2.743m) above the sea level. It's one of the highest mountain roads of Arizona.

This road is very exciting and sometimes very exposed and unsecured driveway in innumerable twists and turns. This infamous road is tightly hairpinned and bumped, an exquisite winding mountain drive with sharp and blind curves and hairpin switchbacks leading the traveler over the mountains. The entire road is paved but it’s one of the least traveled federal highways. This is a meandering, moseying, slow-motion drive in any car other than a 356. The 123 miles of pavement between Springerville and Clifton feature 460 curves skirting the eastern edge of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.


Sunday Monthly Meeting

Sunday May 5, 2019  AZ Outlaws 356 Club Gathering

Meetings are held the 1st Sunday of every month at Panera Bread. The gathering starts around 8-8:30am, followed by a driving tour for Brunch. Join us for a cup of coffee while you look, talk and enjoy 356's up close with other owners.

NOTE THE NEW MEETING LOCATION
Our new monthly meeting location is the Panera Bread in Phoenix - Camelback Colonade, 1949 E Camelback Rd. 85016.

  • South of Camelback on 20th Street on the West side of the street, near the Best Buy store.  The restaurant faces 20th Street.
  • For parking, use the spaces away from the store (towards 20th Street) so we don't block parking access for other customers.


West Coast Holiday

October 2-6, 2019  356 Registry West Coast Holiday

High Desert Holiday in Flagstaff, AZ

The Arizona Outlaws are going to host the 2019 West Coast Holiday in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona.This follows an Outlaws tradition of hosting the WCH every ten years... On the Nines.

Save the dates of October 2-6, 2019.

This will be a big effort and will require the help of many dedicated volunteers to outdo the Holidays of previous years. If you would like to be a part of the Outlaws High Desert Holiday team or would like to provide a sponsorship, please contact the Outlaws Holiday Committee at HighDesertHoliday@gmail.com

 

See an Overview of the Event