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December Mystery Ride
Saturday, December 16, 2017, 10:00am
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Contact Laurie Talarico
Please join us for December's Mystery Ride to Judge Beans Cantina!


Who is Judge Bean??

By the 1890s, reports of Bean’s curmudgeonly rulings had made him nationally famous. Travelers on the train passing through Langtry often made a point of stopping to visit the ramshackle saloon, where a sign proudly proclaimed Bean to be the “Law West of the Pecos.”
Before founding Langtry, Bean had also secured an appointment as a justice of the peace and notary public. He knew little about the law or proper court procedures, but residents appreciated and largely accepted his common sense verdicts in the sparsely populated country of West Texas.
Bean was often deliberately humorous or bizarre in his rulings, once fining a dead man $40 for carrying a concealed weapon. He threatened one lawyer with hanging for using profane language when the hapless man referred to the “habeas corpus” of his client.
March 16, 1903
Roy Bean, the self-proclaimed “law west of the Pecos,” dies in Langtry, Texas.

Judge Beans Cantina
314 N. Main St.
Keller, TX  76248
The ride is approximately 1.5 hour with no comfort stops along the way. Please arrive at the shop with a full gas tank and empty bladder.
  • Safety talk at 10:00 am
  • KSU 10:30 am
Location Harley Davidson of Dallas, 304 Central Expy South, Allen, Texas