Ride The Canadian Rockies to the Coast – 14 Days

One departure – 8 August 2025

Total riding distance 3,574 km / 2,221 miles.

Ride Canada’s Rockies to the Coast: An Unforgettable Motorcycle Adventure

Embark on an epic journey with our guided motorcycle tour, “Ride Canada’s Rockies to the Coast,” covering 3,574 km (2,221 miles) of breathtaking scenery on some of the best motorcycle riding roads in Canada. This tour offers the perfect mix of adventure, stunning landscapes, and top-notch riding experiences across two Canadian provinces: Alberta and British Columbia.

Tour Highlights:

  • Ride in Two Canadian Provinces: Alberta and British Columbia
  • Cowboy Trail: Experience this iconic route.
  • Twin Cities Saloon: Visit this biker-friendly hotspot.
  • Highwood Pass: Ride the highest paved road in Canada.
  • Majestic Rocky Mountains: Venture into this stunning region.
  • Banff: Enjoy 2 nights in this world-famous resort town.
  • Banff Gondola: Take in the panoramic views.
  • Bow Valley Parkway and Icefields Parkway: Ride these scenic routes.
  • Saskatchewan River Crossing: Have a DIY BBQ lunch at Parkway Pub.
  • Columbia Icefields Adventure: Walk on the Athabasca Glacier.
  • Jasper: Explore this renowned destination.
  • National Parks: Visit Banff, Jasper, and Wells Gray Provincial Parks.
  • Helmcken Falls: Witness Canada’s 4th tallest waterfall.
  • Duffy Lake Road: Ride this infamous route.
  • Whistler: Experience this mountain resort town.
  • Sea-to-Sky Highway: Enjoy this spectacular ride.
  • Grouse Mountain Gondola: Ride high above Vancouver.
  • Fraser Valley and Fraser Canyon: Experience these dramatic landscapes.
  • Harrison Hot Springs: Relax in this resort town.
  • Nicola Valley, Similkameen Valley, and Okanagan Valley: Ride through these scenic regions.
  • Penticton: Relax lakeside for 2 nights and enjoy a wine tour.
  • Revelstoke: Experience this outdoor adventure town.
  • Kootenays: Ride this world-renowned area.
  • Lake Ferry Crossings: Enjoy 2 crossings with stunning vistas.
  • Fort Steel Heritage Town: Discover 19th-century history.
  • Fairmont Hot Springs: Unwind in these famous hot springs.
  • Rocky Mountains: Ride back north and east into this majestic range.

Join us for an extraordinary motorcycle tour that promises thrilling rides, spectacular views, and unforgettable memories. Whether you’re navigating the twists and turns of the Fraser Canyon or soaking in the hot springs, this adventure offers something for every rider. Get ready to explore Canada’s Rockies to the coast with fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. Let the adventure begin!

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONCalgary, Alberta / Calgary, Alberta

Map

Itinerary

Day 1: Friday 8 August 2025 – Calgary, AB

Included Meals: Dinner

If flying to Calgary, take the complimentary shuttle from the airport to our hotel. Walk over and pick-up bike rental (if applicable) at Calgary Harley-Davidson located across the street from hotel. Connect with Freedom Biker Tours. This evening, we will have a meet-and-greet at the hotel including a Welcome Dinner, Orientation and Briefing hosted by Freedom Biker Tours.

Accommodation: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport

Day 2: Saturday 9 August 2025 – Cowboy Trail, Longview, Highwood Pass & Banff

Riding: 301 Kilometres | 187 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. It’s time to get outta’ Dodge and hit the road. We’ll mount up and head southwest on the Cowboy Trail eventually cruising south to Longview where we will fuel up and have a stop n’ stretch and a snack at the biker-friendly Twin Cities Saloon. It gets really interesting from here as we ride northwest into the Rocky Mountains and Kananaskis Country. We’ll cruise the Highwood Pass, the highest paved road in Canada which is closed half the year. We’ll enjoy the majestic mountain scenery and likely some wildlife. We’ll eventually pop out onto the Trans Canada Highway as we ride a short distance into world-famous Banff where we rest for the night. Dinner tonight is at the ‘Fat Ox of Banff’ restaurant located in our hotel.

Accommodation: Banff High Country Inn, Banff

Day 3: Sunday 10 August 2025 – Banff Gondola & A Day In Banff

Riding: A Day Off the Bikes

Included Meals: N/A

We get to sleep in a little bit, and breakfast is on your own this morning. Mid-morning we’ll meet in the hotel’s lobby and head over to the launching area of the Banff Gondola. We’ll board the Gondola cars and ride high up to the summit of Sulphur Mountain where we’ll be amazed at the views of six surrounding mountain ranges, the Bow Valley, and the Town of Banff. Enjoy the Banff Interpretive Centre and learn about the history and other interesting facts of Canada’s first National Park. There is grab-and-go fare at Castle Mountain Coffee Shop for those who didn’t have breakfast and want to enjoy something while up at the peak. After our mountain-top experience, we’ll head back down to the Gondola base and back to the Town of Banff. The rest of the day is yours to wander the Town of Banff and relax. We recommend you check out the Fairmont Banff Springs, the ‘Castle in the Mountains’. Dinner is on your own tonight, and Freedom Biker Tours can recommend lots of fun places to eat.

Accommodation: Banff High Country Inn, Banff

Day 4: Monday 11 August 2025 – Bow Valley Parkway, Ice Fields Parkway & Jasper

Riding: 293 Kilometres | 182 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride along the scenic Bow Valley Parkway enjoying the majestic scenery as we eventually connect with the Ice Fields Parkway heading north towards Jasper. Along the way, we’ll stop for a do-it-yourself BBQ lunch at Saskatchewan River Crossing’s Parkway Pub. After lunch, we’ll continue riding north along the parkway. We’ll stop and enjoy the Columbia Icefields Adventure; a unique and iconic experience as we step out onto the Athabasca Glacier. Our ride then takes us further north along the Parkway and into the world-famous town of Jasper where we’ll stop for the night.

Accommodation: Mount Robson Inn

Day 5: Tuesday 12 August 2025 – Wells Gray Provincial Park, Helmcken Falls & Clearwater

Riding: 400 Kilometres | 249 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. This morning we ride southwest through Valemount and Blue River and into Wells Gray Provincial Park, an area famous for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. On the way, we’ll stop in Blue River for a stretch. Continuing southwest to the Town of Clearwater, as we arrive, we’ll turn right and head north into Wells Gray Provincial Park and enjoy the scenery as we cruise the twists and turns of the park road to arrive at and view the majestic Helmcken Falls. We’ll then ride back into Town where we’ll rest for the night. Dinner tonight is at the delicious Hop ‘N’ Hog Tap & Smokehouse.

Accommodation: Quality Inn & Suites, Clearwater

Day 6: Wednesday 13 August 2025 – The Cariboo, Duffy Lake Road & Whistler

Riding: 440 Kilometres | 274 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:00 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride south to the Town of Little Fort and then turn north-west riding to 100 Mile House in the heart of the Cariboo Region. From there we’ll turn south along Highway 97 and ride to Cache Creek and onto Lillooet where we’ll have a stop n’ stretch and a bite. The Biker-friendly Lillooet’s Cookhouse is a good place for a snack. We’ll depart Lillooet and head towards Whistler riding the infamous Duffy Lake Road, stopping along the way for photo ops and to check out the beautiful scenery. We emerge from the Duffly lake Road riding into the Town of Pemberton where we turn south and cruise along the Sea to Sky Highway into the mountain Town of Whistler where we’ll rest for the night. Dinner is on your own tonight with lots of cool and fun places to eat in Whistler village.

Accommodation: Aava Whistler Hotel, Whistler.

Day 7: Thursday 14 August 2025 – Sea to Sky, The Coast, Grouse Mountain & Vancouver

Riding: 252 Kilometres / 157 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. This morning we ride south along the Sea To Sky Highway with Howe Sound over our right shoulder. We’ll cruise through the Town of Britannia Beach and pass by the Town of Horseshoe Bay, and we’ll intercept Highway #1, the Trans Canada. We’ll skirt around the edges of the Lower Mainland passing through the City of North Vancouver. We’ll stop for an amazing experience at the Peak of Vancouver as we ride the Grouse Mountain Gondola high up over the Lower Mainland with views of Vancouver and out into the Pacific Ocean and the Strait of Georgia. On a clear day, you can see Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, and perhaps even the northern tip of Washington State. While up at the top, we can have a snack and walk around for a while. Lots to do up Grouse Mountain including the Wildlife Refuge with their in-house Grizzly Bear couple ‘Grinder’ and ‘Coola’. There are food options, and then there is just taking in the fresh air and amazing views. We’ll continue riding east through a part of the City of Vancouver and on into the Fraser Valley. We’ll ride along the north shore of the Fraser River through the Towns of Maple Ridge and Mission and into the rich farmland of the Fraser Valley. Our destination for tonight is the resort Town of Harrison Hot Springs. Dinner is on your own tonight, but we recommend the delicious Black Forest Restaurant where you can enjoy delicious Bavarian food and of course, legendary German beer and wine.

Accommodation: Harrison Hot Springs Resort

Day 8: Friday 15 August 2025 – Fraser Canyon, Nicola Valley, Similkameen Valley & the Okanagan Valley

Riding: 517 Kilometres / 321 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at at 8:00 am sharp! A good day of riding today. Longest of the tour. We’ll cruise along Highway #7 to the Town of Hope where the first Rambo movie ‘First Blood’ was filmed. From there we’ll turn north and ride the twists and turns of the Fraser Canyon with the mighty Fraser River over our right shoulder. We’ll pass by Hells Gate and right on into the small Town of Spences Bridge where we’ll leave the Trans Canada Highway and turn east riding on Highway #8 into the Town of Merrit in the Nicola Valley. From Merrit, we’ll ride the scenic Highway #5A to the Town of Princeton in the Similkameen Valley. We’ll have a stop n’ stretch and a snack in Princeton before continuing along Highway #3 along the Similkameen River passing through the small old historic mining Town of Hedley and on into the Town of Keremeos and on through the Richter Pass and down into the Town of Osoyoos at the southern end of the Okanagan Valley. Osoyoos is a major border crossing with Washington State. Lake Osoyoos is the warmest body of fresh water in Canada and sits half in the USA and half in Canada. From Osoyoos we’ll ride north along Highway #97 past vineyards and fruit stands until we reach the small City of Penticton at the southern tip of Lake Okanagan. We’ll be staying in Penticton for two nights at a lakeside resort hotel with its own beach. Dinner tonight is on our own, but we recommend sitting on the deck of the Barking Parrot Bar and watching the sunset over the lake and the surrounding hills.

Accommodation: Penticton Lakeside Resort

Day 9: Saturday 16 August 2025 – A Morning in Penticton & Afternoon Wine Tour

Riding: Bikes are Parked Today

Included Meals: Lunch

We get to sleep in a little bit, and breakfast is on your own this morning. A day off the bikes today to enjoy summertime in the South Okanagan. Across the street from the hotel is the Penticton Open-Air Community Market and Farmer’s Market open from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. The largest open-air community market in the Okanagan. We encourage you to stroll through the market, engage the vendors, and enjoy some free time. This afternoon, we’ll participate in an Okanagan favourite, a Wine Tour with Grape Savvy Wine Tours that includes lunch. Dinner is on your own tonight with plenty of walking distance options to choose from.

Accommodation: Penticton Lakeside Resort

Day 10: 17 August 2025 – The North Okanagan, The Shuswap, and Revelstoke

Riding: 350 Kilometres | 217 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride north along Highway #97 through Peachland and into West Kelowna where we divert and ride Westside Road along the western side of Lake Okanagan. Much more scenic route and we avoid riding through traffic in the Cities of Kelowna and Vernon. We’ll pop out just north of Vernon and back onto Highway #97 riding north through the small towns of Armstrong and Enderby where we will intercept Highway #97B and head north to the Town of Sorrento for a stop n’ stretch and a snack at the Dreamcycle Motorcycle Museum. From there we will ride east along Highway #1, the Trans Canada through 3 Valley Gap and into the Town of Revelstoke where we will rest for the night. Dinner is on your own tonight, and there are some good options at the resort. You might want to take a ride on the Pipe Mountain Coaster before or after dinner.

Accommodation: Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Day 11: Monday 18 August 2025 – The Kootenays (includes 1 ferry crossing)

Riding: 259 Kilometres |161 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride south into the Kootenay Region of BC. We’ll cruise along Highway #23 down to the Upper Arrow Lake Ferry which will take us on a 20-minute crossing from Shelter Bay to Galena. We’ll then continue riding south along Highway #23 into the Town of Nakusp. We’ll have a stop n’ stretch in Nakusp and grab a snack. From there we cruise south along Highway #6 enjoying the amazing lake and mountain views all along the way into the Town of Nelson where we rest for the night.

Accommodation: Prestige Lakeside Resort

Day 12: Tuesday 19 August 2025 – More of The Kootenays (includes 1 ferry crossing)

Riding: 337 Kilometres |210 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride s short distance along the shores of Kootenay Lake to Balfour and catch the Kootenay Lake Ferry for a 35-minute crossing of Kootenay Lake to Crawford Bay. We will disembark and ride south along the eastern shore of Kootenay Lake till we hit the Town of Creston home of the Columbia Brewing Company, makers of the popular Kokanee Beer. At some point, we’ll have a stop n’ stretch and a snack. After that, we’ll head east towards the Rockies cruising through the City of Cranbrook and on towards our stop for the night at Fairmont Hot Springs. Time permitting, we will stop for an hour or so at the Fort Steele Heritage Town Living Museum after Cranbrook on our way to Fairmont Hot Springs. Dinner tonight is on your own tonight with several good options at the resort.

Accommodation: Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

Day 13: Wednesday 20 August 2025 – Into the Rockies and Back to Calgary

Riding: 312 Kilometres |194 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride north into the Rocky Mountains along Highway #93 witnessing some spectacular scenery along the way. As we emerge from Highway #93 we’ll cross over the Trans Canada Highway and pick up Highway #1A, the scenic twists and turns of the Bow Valley Parkway, but this time we are heading east. We’ll veer off around Banff for a short distance and then pick it up again after Canmore and ride the Bow Valley Parkway back to Calgary and Calgary Harley-Davidson. We’ll drop off our rental motorcycles and head across the street to our hotel for the night. Tonight, you’re invited to a farewell dinner at Moxie’s Restaurant & Bar where we can laugh, relax, reminisce, and enjoy fond memories of our experiences from the past week’s ride.

Accommodation: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport

Day 14: Thursday 21 August 2025 – Depart for Home or Wherever Your Next Adventure Takes You…

You’re pretty much on your own today. The Freedom Biker Tours crew will be hanging around to help and say goodbye.

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Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


Accommodations

Night 1: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport – Calgary, AB

Night 2: High Country Inn – Banff, AB

Night 3: High Country Inn – Banff, AB

Night 4: Mount Robson Inn – Jasper, AB

Night 5: Quality Inn & Suites – Clearwater, BC

Night 6: Aava Whistler Hotel – Whistler, BC

Night 7: Harrison Hot Springs Resort – Harrison Hot Springs, BC

Night 8: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre – Penticton, BC

Night 9: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre – Penticton, BC

Night 10: Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Revelstoke, BC

Night 11: Prestige Lakeside Resort, Nelson, BC

Night 12: Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Fairmont Hot Springs, BC

Night 13: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport – Calgary, AB


Summary of What’s Included:

Airport Transfers, 13 Night’s Accommodation, 15 Meals, Gratuities and Taxes for Included Meals, Motorcycle Fuel, All Park Fees & Taxes, All Attraction Fees & Taxes, All Excursion Fees & Taxes, All Ferry Fees & Taxes, Guides, Support Vehicle with Luggage, Water, Snacks and First Aid Kit, and all Other Taxes Except 5% G.S.T. Tax.

Not Included:

Airfare and 5% G.S.T. (Goods & Services Tax), and anything not noted above…


Tour Dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Ride The Rockies and Best of BC8-Aug-2521-Aug-258-Jun-25

Prices (CAD) Canadian Dollars

We supply the Harley Davidson Motorcycle/s.

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Harley DavidsonTwin / Double$10,555 + 5% GST
11 Harley DavidsonSingle$15,815 + 5% GST
22 Harley DavidsonsTwin / Double$12,589 + 5% GST

Bring your Motorcycle/s.

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Motorcycle (yours)Twin / Double$8,895 + 5% GST
11 Motorcycle (yours)Single$12,490 + 5% GST
22 Motorcycles (yours)Twin / Double$9,269 + 5% GST

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Step #1: Book your Ride with Freedom Biker Tours using our online reservations form. Each Rider and Passenger must complete and submit their own reservations form. Payment of deposit is not required to submit the reservations form. You will be contacted after submitting the form and deposit(s) will be collected at that time.

Step #2: If you’re not riding your own, motorcycle rentals are from Calgary Harley-Davidson. Freedom Biker Tours will assist with confirming the details of your rental. The rental contract is exclusively between the Tour Participant (renter) and Calgary Harley-Davidson (rental company). Freedom Biker Tours assumes no liability.

Motorcycle rental includes choice of the following Harley-Davidson models, so book early to ensure your preferred model subject to availability at time of reservation.

  • Electra Glide Ultra Limited
  • Road Glide Ultra Limited
  • Street Glide Special
  • Road Glide Special
  • Road King
  • Heritage Softail

All rental bikes come with driver floorboards, saddle bags, passenger backrest, passenger foot pegs or floorboards and highway pegs.

A Driver’s Backrest is available for a flat rate one-time charge of $50 at the discretion of the renter and must be purchased at the time of the initial reservation.

Included with the bike rental is the following:

• Roadside Assistance

• Insurance

• Unlimited Mileage

Helmets and Rain Gear (if you don’t bring your own)

Damage Deposit

A per bike damage deposit of CAD $2,500 is required for each rental at the time of pick-up. Calgary Harley-Davidson will take this deposit in the form of a pre-authorization on the tour participant’s credit card. This is not a charge, merely a pre-authorization. When the bike is returned with no damage, the pre-authorization will be released.

Step #3: Make arrangements to get your butt to Calgary. If you fly into Calgary Airport, catch the complimentary shuttle to the hotel after arriving and collecting your luggage. Connect with the Freedom Biker Tours Crew, and Find Your Freedom…


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Ride Canada’s Rockies and Best of BC – 12 Days

One departure – 12 July 2025

Total riding distance 2,560 kms / 1,590 miles.

Join one of our Canadian Motorcycle Adventures.

Experience the ride of a lifetime with our guided motorcycle tour, featuring complimentary transfers to and from the Sandman Hotel and Calgary Airport. Covering 2,673 km (1,661 miles) of some of the most breathtaking landscapes and premier motorcycle routes in Canada, this tour is designed for those who seek the thrill of the open road.

Tour Highlights:

  • Ride in Two Canadian Provinces: Alberta and British Columbia
  • The Cowboy Trail: Explore this legendary route.
  • Twin Cities Saloon: A biker-friendly haven.
  • Highwood Pass: Conquer the highest paved road in Canada.
  • Majestic Rocky Mountains: Venture west and north into this stunning region.
  • Banff: Spend two nights in this world-renowned resort town.
  • Banff Gondola: Soar to new heights.
  • Bow Valley Parkway and Icefields Parkway: Iconic rides with stunning views.
  • Saskatchewan River Crossing: Enjoy a DIY BBQ lunch.
  • Columbia Icefields Adventure: Walk on the Athabasca Glacier.
  • Jasper: Discover this world-famous destination.
  • National Parks: Visit Banff National Park, Jasper National Park, and Wells Gray Provincial Park.
  • Helmcken Falls: Witness the awe-inspiring 4th tallest waterfall in Canada.
  • Scenic Views: Immerse yourself in mountains, forests, and lakes.
  • Thompson River Region: Experience this unique landscape.
  • Okanagan Valley: Enjoy an afternoon wine tour in this famous wine country.
  • Rock Creek Loop and Kootenays: Ride these renowned routes.
  • Lake Ferry Crossings: Relax and enjoy two crossings.
  • Crowsnest Pass: Traverse this historic mountain pass.
  • Frank Slide: Marvel at the awesome power of nature.

Join us for an unforgettable journey filled with throttle therapy, stunning scenery, and the camaraderie of fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. This tour promises an unparalleled adventure across some of the best riding roads in Canada. Rev up your engine and let the adventure begin but be quick as there are limited spaces available.

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONCalgary / Calgary

Map

Itinerary

Day 1: Saturday 12 July 2025 – Calgary, Alberta

Included Meals: Dinner

If flying to Calgary, take the complimentary shuttle from the airport to our hotel. Walk over and pick up the bike rental (if applicable) at Calgary Harley-Davidson located across the street from the hotel. Connect with Freedom Biker Tours. This evening, we will have a meet-and-greet at the hotel including a Welcome Dinner, Orientation and Briefing hosted by Freedom Biker Tours.

Accommodation: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport

Day 2: Sunday 13 July 2025 – Cowboy Trail, Longview, Highwood Pass and Banff

Riding: 301 Kilometres | 187 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. It’s time to get outta’ Dodge and hit the road. We’ll mount up and head southwest on the Cowboy Trail eventually cruising south to Longview where we will fuel up and stop for a visit and a snack at the biker-friendly Twin Cities Saloon. It gets really interesting from here as we ride northwest into the Rocky Mountains and Kananaskis Country. We’ll cruise the Highwood Pass, the highest paved road in Canada which is closed half the year. We’ll enjoy the majestic mountain scenery and likely some wildlife. We’ll eventually pop out onto the Trans Canada Highway as we ride a short distance into world-famous Banff where we rest for two nights. Dinner tonight is at the ‘Fat Ox of Banff’ restaurant located in our hotel.

Accommodation: Banff High Country Inn, Banff

Day 3: Monday 14 July 2025 – Banff Gondola and A Day in Banff

Riding: Not today

Included Meals: N/A

We can sleep in a little bit this morning. Breakfast is on your own this morning. We’ll meet in the hotel’s lobby at 8:30 am and head over to the boarding station of the Banff Gondola. We’ll board the Gondola cars and ride high up to the summit of Sulphur Mountain where we’ll be amazed at the views of six surrounding mountain ranges, the Bow Valley, and the Town of Banff. Enjoy the Banff Interpretive Centre and learn about the history and other interesting facts of Canada’s first National Park. There is grab-and-go fare at Castle Mountain Coffee Shop for those who want to enjoy something while up at the peak. After our mountain-top experience, we’ll head back down to the Gondola base and back to the Town of Banff. The rest of the day is yours to wander the Town of Banff and relax. We recommend visiting the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, the ‘Castle in the Rockies’. Dinner is on your own tonight, and Freedom Biker Tours can recommend some fun places to eat.

Accommodation: Banff High Country Inn, Banff

Day 4: Tuesday 15 July 2025 – Bow Valley Parkway, Ice Fields Parkway and Jasper

Riding: 293 Kilometres | 182 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride along the scenic Bow Valley Parkway enjoying the majestic scenery as we eventually connect with the Ice Fields Parkway heading north towards Jasper. Along the way, we’ll stop for a do-it-yourself BBQ lunch at Saskatchewan River Crossing’s Parkway Pub. After lunch and a fuel check, we’ll continue riding north along the parkway. We’ll stop and enjoy the Columbia Icefields Adventure; a unique and iconic experience as we step out onto the Athabasca Glacier. Our ride then takes us further north along the Parkway and into the world-famous town of Jasper where we’ll stop for the night. Dinner tonight is at a surprise location.

Accommodation: Mount Robson Inn

Day 5: Wednesday 16 July 2025 – Wells Gray Provincial Park, Helmcken Falls & Clearwater

Riding: 400 Kilometres | 249 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. This morning we ride southwest through Valemount and Blue River and into Wells Gray Provincial Park, an area famous for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. On the way, we’ll stop in Blue River for a stretch and a picnic lunch. Continuing southwest to the Town of Clearwater, as we arrive, we’ll turn right and head north into Wells Gray Provincial Park and enjoy the scenery as we cruise the twists and turns of the park road to arrive at and view the majestic Helmcken Falls. We’ll then ride back into Town where we’ll rest for the night. Dinner tonight is at the delicious Hop ‘N’ Hog Tap & Smokehouse.

Accommodation: Quality Inn & Suites, Clearwater

Day 6: Thursday 17 July 2025 – Kamloops, Thompson River Valley & Kelowna

Riding: 301 Kilometres | 187 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride south to the Thompson River Valley and through the outskirts of the City of Kamloops at the forks of the mighty Thompson River. From there we ride southeast through the rich farmlands of the North Okanagan Valley to the Town of Falkland for a snack and refreshments at the biker-friendly Falkland Pub. We then continue riding east a short way and then turn south cruising along the fun, twisty and motorcycle-popular Westside Road with spectacular lake and mountain views as we cruise into West Kelowna along the west shore of Okanagan Lake. Finally, we’ll cross the floating bridge into the City of Kelowna, where we will rest for the night. Dinner tonight is on your own, and we recommend Mickie’s Pub in our hotel.

Accommodation: Ramada By Wyndham Kelowna Hotel & Conference Centre

Day 7: Friday 18 July 2025 – Rock Creek Loop

Riding: 245 Kilometres / 152 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. This morning we ride southeast from Kelowna on Highway 33 passing near Big White Ski Resort and continuing south to Beaverdell and Rock Creek in the Boundary Region. In Beaverdell we’ll take a stop n’ stretch and then continue to Rock Creek and stop for a snack along the river at the biker-friendly Prospector Pub. From there we ride west on Highway 3 over the Anarchist Summit and down into Osoyoos stopping to marvel at the amazing views along the way. Osoyoos is a desert landscape at the southern end of the Canadian portion of the Okanagan Valley and is located on the border with Washington State. Lake Osoyoos is the warmest body of fresh water in Canada. It sits half in Canada and half in the USA. From Osoyoos, we’ll ride north on Highway 97 and cruise through vineyard-rich wine country and along the shores of Skaha Lake emerging into the City of Penticton which sits at the southern end of Okanagan Lake. We rest in Penticton for two nights in rooms with beautiful lake views. Dinner tonight is lakeside at the Barking Parrot Bar at our hotel.

Accommodation: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre

Day 8: Saturday 19 July 2025 – A Day off the Bikes and Afternoon Wine Tour

Riding: A Day Off the Bikes

Included Meals: Lunch

We can sleep in a little bit, and breakfast is on your own this morning. A day off the bikes today to enjoy summertime in the South Okanagan. Across the street from the hotel is the Penticton Open-Air Community Market and Farmer’s Market open from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm. The largest community market in the Okanagan. We encourage you to stroll through the market, engage the vendors, and enjoy some free time. We’ll reconvene in the hotel’s lobby at 12:30 and this afternoon, we’ll participate in an Okanagan favourite, a Wine Tour with Grape Savvy Wine Tours that includes a charcuterie lunch. Dinner is on your own tonight with plenty of walking distance options to choose from.

Accommodation: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre

Day 9: Sunday 20 July 2024 From the Okanagan to the Kootenays

Riding: 309 Kilometers / 192 Miles (includes one short ferry crossing)

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride north up Highway 97, the spine of the Okanagan Valley, along the shores of Okanagan Lake to Kelowna and Vernon where we turn right and ride scenic Highway 6 east through the Monashee Mountains into the Kootenay Region. We’ll traverse rich farmlands and scenic mountains, and cross Lower Arrow Lake on a cable ferry from Needles to Fauquier. We’ll eventually ride into the Town of Nakusp and our stop for the night is at Rider’s Retreat, a Biker exclusive campground that is more like ‘Glamping’ for Bikers. We’ll enjoy a cookout dinner and some relaxing time around the campfire.

Accommodation: Rider’s Retreat

Day 10: Monday 21 July 2025 – The Kootenays

Riding: 322 Kilometres / 200 Miles (includes one short ferry crossing)

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride south to New Denver enjoying the scenic mountain and lake views as we traverse some of the best motorcycling roads in Canada. Our ride takes us along the twists and turns of Highway 31A to the lakeside Town of Kaslo. From there, we cruise south along Kootenay Lake passing through Ainsworth Hot Springs and enjoying the twists and turns of the road as we experience spectacular lake and mountain vistas along the way. We’ll enjoy a 35-minute Kootenay Bay ferry ride from Balfour to Crawford Bay and then continue riding south along the lake to the Town of Creston home of the Columbia Brewing Company, makers of the popular Kokanee Beer. From there, we ride east to the City of Cranbrook where we’ll rest for the night. Dinner tonight is on your own. We recommend the Firehall Kitchen & Tap, within walking distance from our hotel.

Accommodation: Sandman Hotel, Cranbrook

Day 11: Tuesday 22 July 2025 – Crowsnest Pass, Frank Slide & Calgary

Riding: 389 Kilometres / 242 Miles

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Kickstands up at 8:30 am. Full tank and an empty bladder. Today we ride east along the Crowsnest Highway through the Crowsnest Pass with a stop at the Crowsnest Pass sign for a photo op, and also at the Frank Slide lookout. Continuing on, we’ll leave British Columbia and cruise back into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and into the Province of Alberta. We’ll ride north through the foothills to the Town of Longview and back into the City of Calgary from the south. Tonight, you’re invited to a farewell dinner at Moxie’s Restaurant & Bar where we can laugh, relax, reminisce, and enjoy fond memories of our experiences from the past week’s ride.

Accommodation: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport

Day 12: Wednesday 23 July 2025 – Depart for Home or Wherever Your Next Adventure Takes You…

You’re pretty much on your own today. The Freedom Biker Tours crew will be hanging around to help and say goodbye.

Thank you for riding with Freedom Biker Tours

Ride Be Real and Find Your Freedom

 Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


Accommodations

Night 1: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport – Calgary, AB

Night 2: High Country Inn – Banff, AB

Night 3: High Country Inn – Banff, AB

Night 4: Mount Robson Inn – Jasper, AB

Night 5: Quality Inn & Suites – Clearwater, BC

Night 6: Ramada By Wyndham Kelowna Hotel & Conference Centre – Kelowna, BC

Night 7: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre – Penticton, BC

Night 8: Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre – Penticton, BC

Night 9: Rider’s Retreat – Nakusp, BC

Night 10: Sandman Inn – Cranbrook, BC Night 11: Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites, Calgary Airport – Calgary, AB


Summary of What’s Included:

Airport Transfers, 11 Night’s Accommodation, 15 Meals, Gratuities and Taxes for Included Meals, Motorcycle Fuel, All Park Fees & Taxes, All Attraction Fees & Taxes, All Excursion Fees & Taxes, All Ferry Fees & Taxes, Guides, Support Vehicle with Luggage, Water, Snacks and First Aid Kit, and all Other Taxes Except 5% Goods & Services (G.S.T.) Tax.

Not Included:

Airfare and 5% G.S.T. (Goods & Services Tax), and anything not noted above…

Tour dates.

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Ride The Rockies and Best of BC12-Jul-2523-Jul-2512-May-25

Prices (CAD) Canadian Dollars

We supply the Harley Davidson Motorcycle/s.

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Harley DavidsonTwin / Double$9,425 + 5% GST
11 Harley DavidsonSingle$13,625 + 5% GST
22 Harley DavidsonsTwin / Double$11,079+ 5% GST

Bring your Motorcycle/s.

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in CAD per person
21 Motorcycle (yours)Twin / Double$8,039 + 5% GST
11 Motorcycle (yours)Single$10,855 + 5% GST
22 Motorcycles (yours)Twin / Double$8,310 + 5% GST

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Step #1: Book your Ride with Freedom Biker Tours using our online reservations form. Each Rider and Passenger must complete and submit their own reservation form. Payment of deposit is not required to submit the reservation form. You will be contacted after submitting the form and deposit(s) will be collected at that time.

Step #2: If you’re not riding your own, motorcycle rentals are from Calgary Harley-Davidson. Freedom Biker Tours will assist with confirming the details of your rental. The rental contract is exclusively between the Tour Participant (renter) and Calgary Harley-Davidson (rental company). Freedom Biker Tours assumes no liability.

Motorcycle rental includes a choice of the following Harley-Davidson models, so book early to ensure your preferred model is subject to availability at the time of reservation.

  • Electra Glide Ultra Limited
  • Road Glide Ultra Limited
  • Street Glide Special
  • Road Glide Special
  • Road King
  • Heritage Softail

All rental bikes come with driver floorboards, saddle bags, passenger backrest, passenger foot pegs or floorboards and highway pegs.

A Driver’s Backrest is available for a flat rate one-time charge of $50 at the discretion of the renter and must be purchased at the time of the initial reservation.

Included with the bike rental is the following:

• Roadside Assistance

• Insurance

• Unlimited Mileage

  • Helmets and Rain Gear (if you don’t bring your own)

Damage Deposit

A per bike damage deposit of CAD $2,500 is required for each rental at the time of pick-up. Calgary Harley-Davidson will take this deposit in the form of a pre-authorization on the tour participant’s credit card. This is not a charge, merely a pre-authorization. When the bike is returned with no damage, the pre-authorization will be released.

Step #3: Make arrangements to get your butt to Calgary. If you fly into Calgary Airport, catch the complimentary shuttle to the hotel after arriving and collecting your luggage. Connect with the Freedom Biker Tours Crew, and Find Your Freedom…


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The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us at Ride The World Motorcycle Tours.

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Ride Australia’s Southeast – 15 Days

Total riding distance – 3,516 km / 2,185 miles

Freedom Biker Tours and Ride The World Motorcycle Tours will take you on an epic once-in-a-lifetime journey through Australia’s Southeast and the States of New South Wales, Victoria, and Australia’s Capital Territory, riding the world-famous Great Ocean Road, the historic interior, the Snowy Mountains, and much more…

Your 15-night Bucket-List Experience begins and ends in Sydney, New South Wales

Reserve your spot early… Limited Availability…

Motorcycles Included: Harley-Davidsons and BMWs

Join us for your Throttle Therapy ‘Downunder’.

Map:

Itinerary:

Day #1: Saturday, 22 March 2025Sydney, NSW.

Included Meals: N/A,

Arrival Day,

Welcome to Sydney. Ride The World Motorcycle Tours will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. It’s been a long flight, so today is a day of rest.

Tomorrow, we will do some exploring of Sydney.

Accommodation: Hilton Hotel Sydney.

Day #2: Sunday, 23 March 2025Adventures in Sydney, NSW.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.

After breakfast, we will go to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and enjoy the Bridge Climb Sydney experience. It is a cool way to see and experience the views of Sydney and the harbour area.

Following the bridge climb, we’ll walk over to ‘The Rocks’ historic area of Sydney and around Circular Quay to the world-famous Sydney Opera House.

Late afternoon, we will enjoy a Sydney Harbour Tall Ship Twilight Dinner Cruise after which we will review the days ahead and have a safety briefing and sign waivers, etc. Have your questions ready.

Accommodation: Hilton Hotel Sydney.

Day #3: Monday, 24 March 2025Sydney, NSW to Shellharbour, NSW.

Riding: 149 Kilometres | 93 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

After breakfast, we pick up our motorcycles and embark on an exhilarating motorcycle tour starting in the vibrant city of Sydney.

After collecting our motorcycles, we cruise across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and ride through the wooded Royal National Park. At its southern end, we stop at Bald Hill Lookout to see the sweeping coastline views ahead.

We then ride to Symbio Wildlife Park, which offers close encounters with Australia’s diverse wildlife.

Returning to the road, we head south to cross the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge, a marvel of engineering perched above the azure waters of the South Pacific Ocean.

We ride up the escapement to the Mount Keira Lookout, which provides a panoramic view of Wollongong and its suburbs. Returning to the coast, we reach the coastal town of Shellharbour where we rest for the night.

Accommodation: Shellharbour Resort & Conference Centre.

Day #4: Tuesday, 25 March 2025 – Shellharbour, NSW to Batemans Bay, NSW.

Riding: 246 Kilometres | 153 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:30. We start the day in the coastal haven of Shellharbour and head for the hills.

We ride up Macquarie Pass, which is a very popular motorcycling road. Reaching the top of the pass, we stop at the renowned Robertson Pie Shop for a savoury pit stop, where hearty delights (pies of all types) await us. The coffee is a bonus.

With full bellies, we descend to the small town of Jamberoo and climb again to Saddleback Mountain Lookout. The climb is a winding uphill ride, and the reward is the breathtaking panoramic views of the Pacific coastal landscape from the lookout.

Returning to the coast on a narrow scenic road, we visit the iconic Kiama Blow Hole, which demonstrates the power of nature in a mesmerising spectacle.

We ride along the coast to the charming town of Berry, which offers a quirky cafe with a dairy theme.

Our next stop is the Fleet Air Arm Museum, which takes us through Australia’s naval aviation history.

The final stretch to Batemans Bay, but first, we will stop at Fuel East Lynne to see the motorcycle collection and maybe sneak in a milkshake.

Accommodation: Mariners on the Waterfront Hotel.

Day #5: Wednesday, 26 March 2025 – Batemans Bay, NSW to Cann River, Vic.

Riding: 322 Kilometres | 200 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.

Kickstands up 08:30. After breakfast we depart Batemans Bay for more coastal riding. We continue south; our first stop n’ stretch is Central Tilba, where we visit the Cheese Factory.

We have been riding on the highway, and now we turn off onto some backroads through the picturesque towns of Bermagui and Tathra.

The next stop is Oaklands Cafe in Pambula. Here we are treated to a delightful choice of sumptuous meals to satisfy any hunger pains we might have.

After our break, we ride to the coastal town of Eden and explore the local maritime history at the Killer Whale Museum. Here, we are taken back to the whaling days with a fascinating story about a Killer Whale called Tom.

Having left Eden behind us, we leave New South Wales and cross into the State of Victoria and onto tonight’s overnight stop at Cann River. Tonight, we experience an authentic Aussie pub and even better, Aussie pub food.

Accommodation: Cann River Hotel.

Day #6: Thursday, 27 March 2025Cann River, Vic to Phillip Island, Vic.

Riding: 486 Kilometres | 302 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:30. We have a good day’s ride ahead of us. After breakfast we cruise west as we ride and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Lakes Entrance, where waterways weave through the landscape, creating a picturesque backdrop.

We stay on Highway 1 to the town of Sale for lunch, and after we are fully fed we return to the road as The Grand Prix Circuit Visitor Centre awaits, offering a thrilling detour for motorsports enthusiasts, providing insights into the excitement and history of high-speed racing.

Tonight’s overnight stop is in Cowes. Cowes is nestled on Phillip Island and is a relaxing bayside point.

Accommodation: North Pier Hotel, Cowes.

Day #7: Friday, 28 March 2025 -Phillip Island, Vic to Apollo Bay, Vic.

Riding: 138 Kilometres / 86 Miles (includes one ferry crossing)

Included Meals: Breakfast

Kickstands up 08:30. After leaving Cowes, we ride to Sorrento Pier, where a ferry crossing makes this trip not just a ROAD trip. We enjoy a 40-minute voyage across Port Phillip Bay to Queenscliff.

After reaching Queenscliff, we hit the road and head for Torquay for lunch. Then, we visit the Australian National Surfing Museum, a tribute to the nation’s surfing culture.

We stop at Winki Pop to check out Bells Beach, renowned among surfers worldwide and made even more famous as the location of the final scene of the original Point Break movie.

We continue our ride and will soon be on the Great Ocean Road and a stop n’ stretch at The Memorial Arch at Eastern View. Here, we will learn the backstory of the Great Ocean Road. We now ride to our overnight stop, the coastal town of Apollo Bay, with its backdrop of stunning ocean views.

Accommodation: Best Western Apollo Bay.

Day #8: Saturday, 29 March 2025 – Apollo Bay, Vic to Warrnambool, Vic.

Riding: 171 Kilometers | 107 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:00. Today, we ride more of the Great Ocean Road starting in the coastal haven of Apollo Bay. This section of the road gives us a front-row seat to some of Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders. The 12 Apostles stand tall, their limestone stacks emerging from the Southern Ocean, a breathtaking sight that captures the imagination.

We then experience the 12 Apostles from an aerial view as we ride above them in helicopters for 25 minutes. Loch Ard Gorge holds the tragic story that gave the gorge its name.

As the ride continues, Port Campbell is our lunch stop. After lunch, we continue on the Great Ocean Road to view the dramatic formations of London Bridge and the Bay of Martyrs. Each twist and turn of the road reveals a new aspect of this rugged coastal landscape.

Warrnambool is our final stop for today, and we will visit the historic Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. The evening show brings the past to life through captivating tales as we walk through the reconstructed village. A visual journey into Australia’s maritime history is shown and goes deep into explaining how dangerous ship voyages were along this coastline, including the Loch Ard’s.

Accommodation: Deep Blue Hotel & Hot Springs.

Day #9: Sunday, 30 March 2025 – Warrnambool, Vic to Echuca, Vic.

Riding: 399 Kilometres / 248 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:30. Today, we cruise north and leave the coast behind, our journey takes us to Sovereign Hill, an immersive living history museum that transports us back to the Australian gold rush era. Wander along the charming streets, interact with costumed characters, and witness traditional crafts and trade demonstrations.

From Sovereign Hill, we adventure through the heart of the State of Victoria as we ride to the Town of Echuca where we rest for the night. This iconic town along the Murray River invites you to step back to the past with its well-preserved paddle steamers and historic port area. We will spend the whole day tomorrow to exploring Echuca and the surrounding area.

Accommodation: Mercure Hotel Port of Echuca.

Day #10: Monday, 31 March 2025 – A Day in Echuca, Vic and the Local Area.

Riding: N/A.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Lunch.

Our bikes are parked for the day today. We explore the delights of Echuca, a journey into the charm of a bygone era, blended seamlessly with the vibrancy of a modern riverside town. As we explore Echuca, we’ll immerse ourselves in a delightful tapestry of history, culture, and scenic beauty. We’ll stroll along the historic port area, where beautifully preserved paddle steamers line the banks of the Murray River. These majestic vessels, a testament to Echuca’s pivotal role in the river trade during the 19th century, offer a glimpse into the region’s rich maritime heritage. Indulge your senses at the local markets, where fresh produce, handmade crafts, and regional specialties showcase the best of Echuca’s offerings. The town’s charming streets, adorned with historic architecture and unique boutiques, invite leisurely walks, allowing you to soak in the laid-back atmosphere.

A visit to Echuca wouldn’t be complete without a relaxing cruise along the Murray River on one of the iconic paddle steamers. Drift along the water, taking in the serene surroundings and enjoying the gentle rhythm of the river. Echuca comes alive in the evening, with the soft glow of streetlights reflecting on the historic facades, creating a warm and welcoming ambience.

Accommodation: Mercure Hotel Port of Echuca.

Day #11: Tuesday, 01 April 2025 – Echuca, Vic to Albury, NSW.

Riding: 293 Kilometres / 182 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:30. After a day of experiencing life in the historic riverport town of Echuca, we explore another part of Australian history as we ride to Glenrowan to find out about the legendary Bushranger Ned Kelly, delving into the captivating tales of this iconic Australian outlaw. The historical resonance of the region sets the stage for a ride that seamlessly blends history and adventure.

The road to Glenrowan offers views of the Australian countryside, inviting you to experience the freedom of the open road.

Having experienced the history, we now go to imaginary, the Ettamogah Pub, a uniquely Australian establishment known for its whimsical architecture and laid-back atmosphere. It’s a perfect spot for a refreshing break.

We head for Albury and our overnight accommodation. This border town seamlessly connects the States of New South Wales and Victoria, blending modern amenities and historical charm.

Accommodation: Mercure Hotel Albury.

Day #12: Wednesday, 02 April 2025 – Albury, NSW to Cooma, NSW.

Riding: 360 Kilometres / 244 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.

Kickstands up 08:30. After breakfast, we ride to the mountains, The Australian Snowy Mountains. Our first stop is visiting the Man from Snowy River Museum in Corryong, where the legends of the iconic Australian poem come to life. You may have even seen the movie. ‘The Man From Snowy River’.

We continue into the mountains through the picturesque landscapes to Khancoban. We will have a stop n’ stretch here.

Afterwards, we’ll stop at the Murray 1 Power Station Lookout, part of the Snowy Mountain Hydro Electric Scheme. Unfortunately, we cannot visit, but you will get the idea of what this project does.

We have entered the Kosciuszko National Park, stopping at Scammells Ridge Lookout to see the beauty of the Snowy Mountains, a scenic spectacle that opens before us. We are in the mountains, so the ride will be narrow and twisty.

When we reach the other side of the Kosciuszko National Park, a planned stop n’ stretch at Jindabyne, where we’ll choose a place to eat in the village. A little detour from the regular road as we head for our overnight stop at Cooma via Dalgety.

Accommodation: Redhill Cooma Motor Inn.

Day #13: Thursday, 03 April 2025Cooma, NSW to Bathurst, NSW.

Riding: 419 Kilometres / 261 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Kickstands up 08:30. This morning, we leave the alpine region and cruise towards the Nation’s Capital, Canberra, ACT, where we view it from the Mount Ainslie Lookout. The panoramic views of Australia’s capital city unfold before us, perfectly blending well-planned urban and natural beauty.

Leaving the capital behind we have a stop n’ stretch and a quirky turn with a visit to an iconic Australian landmark that is a testament to the country’s wool industry, The Big Merino. A unique photo opportunity awaits as you capture the spirit of this colossal sheep.

Just a short ride to the Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum, offering a poignant pause to reflect on Australia’s military history. The museum’s exhibits and the panoramic views from Rocky Hill create a memorable interlude.

The home stretch beckons as we head for Bathurst’s iconic Australian motorsports hub. Bathurst is home to the renowned Mount Panorama circuit and offers a thrilling atmosphere for motorsports enthusiasts.

The Grand Prix Circuit Visitor Centre becomes a must-visit for those eager to delve into the excitement of racing history. We will even do a lap of what is the track on race days but a public road on all the others. The speed limit of 60 KPH is heavily enforced, two-way traffic with no centre lines, so stay left, particularly in the bends.

Accommodation: Bathurst Motor Inn.

Day #14: Friday, 04 April 2025 – Bathurst, NSW to Mudgee, NSW and back…

Riding: 306 Kilometres / 191 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast.

Today you can have a restful day looking around Bathurst or join the group as we do a day trip through history to Mudgee.

Our first stop is the historic gold rush town of Hill End. To get here, we traverse the winding roads, and the echoes of the past become palpable, adding a touch of nostalgia to our ride.

More country roads take us to Mudgee, and the iconic Robert Stein Winery and Motorcycle Museum awaits with its owner’s private collection of British motorcycles.

On our return leg we ride to Sofala, a charming village frozen in time. Quaint streets and historic buildings characterise this gold rush gem, offering a delightful glimpse into Australia’s history.

As we cruise back to Bathurst, the road rolls out like a ribbon, inviting you to relish the joy of open country roads.

Accommodation: Bathurst Motor Inn.

Day #15: Saturday, 05 April 2025 – Bathurst, NSW to Sydney, NSW.

Riding: 209 Kilometres / 130 Miles.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.

Leaving Bathurst, the city of motorsports, behind, today’s ride takes us on a scenic route via Tarana, where the roads weave through picturesque landscapes.

A stop in Katoomba to visit the 3 Sisters adds the perfect touch to our last day on the road. With amazing views across the valley.

Upon arriving in Sydney, we return the motorcycles to the rental depot.

On the trip to our accommodation, we will stop at Morgan and Wackers HD Motorcycles in Auburn – a chance for the Harley aficionados to pick up some Harley-Davidson Australia memorabilia.

From here, we’ll then head to our last night’s accommodation and our final night’s dinner together.

Tonight, will be the time to relive our days on the road and reminisce about our experiences together.

Accommodation: Veriu Green Square.

Day #16: Sunday, 06 April 2025.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Depart for Home or Wherever Your Next Adventure Takes You…

You’re pretty much on your own today, but the Ride The World Motorcycle Tours and Freedom Biker Tours crew will be hanging around to help and say goodbye. 

Airport transfers are included.

Thank you for riding with:

Ride The World Motorcycle Tours and Freedom Biker Tours

Ride For Real and Find Your Freedom

Tour and Event Highlights

Accommodations:

Night 1:          Hilton Hotel, Sydney

Night 2:          Hilton Hotel, Sydney

Night 3:          Shellharbour Resort and Conference Centre

Night 4:          Mariners On The Waterfront Hotel

Night 5:          Cann River Hotel

Night 6:          North Pier Hotel, Cowes

Night 7:          Best Western Apollo Bay

Night 8:          Deep Blue Hotel & Hot Springs

Night 9:          Mercure Port of Echuca

Night 10:        Mercure Port of Echuca

Night 11:        Mercure Hotel Albury

Night 12:        Redhill Cooma Motor Inn

Night 13:        Bathurst Motor Inn

Night 14:        Bathurst Motor Inn

Night 15:        Veriu Green Square

  • Transfers from/to Sydney Int’l Airport.
  • 3,516 km | 2,185 miles of ‘Throttle Therapy’.
  • Motorcycle Fuel Included.
  • Motorcycle Rentals included from ‘RIDE ROUND OZ’.
  • Ride The World Motorcycle Tours & Freedom Biker Tours Crew.
  • Support vehicle with water, snacks, first aid kit and luggage.
  • 15 nights’ accommodation.
  • 20 Meals (15 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners).
  • Ride through the heart of 2 Australian States and 1 Territory, weaving through the storied landscapes of New South Wales, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory.
  • Ride through the untamed beauty of 2 National Parks.
  • Meet face-to-face with Kangaroos and Koalas.
  • Enjoy an exhilarating ride along the Sea Cliff Bridge, where the road boldly extends over rugged coastal rocks.
  • Ride the Macquarie Pass, a local gem crowned with a pie shop at its summit, offering a taste of Aussie tradition.
  • Marvel at the sweeping panoramas from one of the Southeast Coast’s finest lookouts, Saddleback Mountain, which reveals nature’s grandeur.
  • Witness the legendary Kiama Blow Hole’s mesmerising display of nature’s raw power.
  • Feel the wind in your face as you trace the coastal curves of Highway 1, The Princes Highway, in New South Wales and Victoria.
  • Immerse yourself in Australia’s Naval Aviation history in Nowra, where tales of bravery and innovation take flight.
  • Indulge in local flavours along the way, savouring the tastes of the regions we pass through.
  • In Eden, uncover the tale of Tom, the Killer Whale who aided local whalers in their hunts.
  • Discover the history of Phillip Island Raceway, home to the adrenaline-fueled Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
  • Dive into Australia’s surfing legacy near the iconic Bells Beach, made famous in the adrenaline-pumping classic “Point Break” (1991).
  • Soar high above the rugged 12 Apostles and the haunting Shipwreck Coast aboard a thrilling helicopter ride.
  • Cruise the twists and turns of the world-famous Great Ocean Road, tracing Victoria’s Shipwreck Coast with stops along the way.
  • In Warrnambool, we travel into the maritime history of the Shipwreck Coast, including the tragic tale of the Loch Ard.
  • Cruise through the picturesque Victorian countryside, where you discover and realize the true expanse of the Australian continent.
  • At Sovereign Hill, trace Australia’s Goldfields history, where the golden glimmer of the past still echoes through time.
  • In Echuca, drift along the Murray River aboard a historic Paddlewheel, soaking in the timeless beauty of Australia’s historic lifeline.
  • Unearth Australia’s outlaw lore at Glenrowan, the final haunt of notorious bushrangers, including the infamous Bushranger Ned Kelly
  • Visit Australia’s quirkiest pub, The Ettamogah Pub, immortalised in its own cartoon series
  • At Corryong, discover the rugged tale of “The Man From Snowy River,” a legendary figure of Australian folklore
  • Conquer the vast expanse of the Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales’s largest, where untamed wilderness awaits
  • Gaze upon the iconic sights of Australia’s National Capital, Canberra, from a breathtaking vantage point
  • In Goulburn find the World’s Largest Merino Ram statue, an ode to Australia’s agricultural heritage
  • Feel the thrill of the Mt. Panorama track at Bathurst, a public road transformed into a racing legend
  • At Hill End unearth the golden secrets of New South Wales’s Gold mining past, where tales of fortune and adventure lie buried.
  • Embarking on a journey down the best backroads of Victoria and New South Wales, where each turn promises a new discovery.

What’s Included:

  • Motorcycle Rental of Harley-Davidson or BMW.
  • 15 Night’s Accommodation.
  • 21 Meals.
  • Taxes for Included Meals.
  • Motorcycle Fuel.
  • Park Fees & Taxes.
  • Attraction Fees & Taxes
  • Excursion Fees & Taxes.
  • Guides.
  • Support Vehicle with First Aid Kit, Water, Soft Drinks and Snacks.
  • And all other Taxes…

Not Included:

  • Airfares.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned above…

Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. Your tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


Tour Dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Ride Australia’s Southeast22-Mar-2506-Apr-2522 Dec-24

Riding Season – Late Summer 10.9 – 20.3°C (51.6 – 68.5°F)

Prices (AUD) Australia Dollars:

PeopleMotorcycleRoomFrom in AUD per person (PP)
11 Rental Motorcycle1 SingleAUD20,899.00 PP
22 Rental Motorcycle1 Twin / DoubleAUD18,215.00 PP
21 Rental Motorcycles1 Twin / DoubleAUD15,859.00 PP

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If you wish to bring your own motorcycle please contact us for a price.


How to make this happen.

Step #1: To start booking your tour with Ride The World Motorcycle Tours complete the form at the bottom of the page and we will get back to you as soon as possible with all the details.

Step #2: Once we have contacted you we can start the booking process. The rental contract though booked through Freedom Biker Tours and Ride The World Motorcycle Tours is exclusively between the Tour Participant (renter) and the rental company, ‘BikeRoundOz’. Freedom Biker Tours and Ride The World Motorcycle Tours assume no liability.

The Motorcycle rental includes a choice of a Harley-Davidson touring model, or a BMW GS Model, so book early to ensure your preferred model as all are subject to availability at the time of reservation.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles come with Windscreen or Fairing, Rider Floorboards and Passenger Floorboards or Pegs, Saddle Bags, and Passenger Backrest.

BMW Motorcycles come with Windscreen or Fairing, Rider and Passenger Foot Pegs, Saddle Bags, and Passenger Backrest if the optional Top Box is added by the renter.   

Some Ancillary options and Accessories are available depending on the model of the Motorcycle and are subject to availability.

Damage Deposit | Security Bond

A per bike damage deposit of AUD2,500.00 is required for each rental at the time of pick-up. The amount is determined by the model of Motorcycle you are renting. The rental company (BikeRoundOz) will take this deposit in the form of a pre-authorization on the tour participant’s credit card. This is not a charge, merely a pre-authorization. When the bike is returned with no damage, the pre-authorization will be released.

The Terms and Conditions of the Motorcycle rental with BikeAroundOz supersede those of Ride The World Motorcycle Tours and Freedom Biker Tours. For complete details of the Terms and Conditions of the Motorcycle rental with BikeAroundOz, please click this link:

Motorcycle Rental Terms and Conditions

Included with each bike rental is the following:

  • Roadside Assistance
  • Insurance
  • Unlimited Mileage

Step #3: Make arrangements to get your butt to Sydney, Australia. Freedom Biker Tours works with the Canadian Motorcycle Tourism Association and their Travel Agency Division ‘CMTA Travel Services’. If you need the services of a Travel Agent for your airfare or anything else, let us know. Please note that you MUST have travel insurance and it must specify that you are riding a motorcycle on a tour.

Transfers to/from Sydney Airport and first and last-night hotels are included. Upon arrival, connect with the Ride The World Motorcycle Tours and Freedom Biker Tours Crew, and Find Your Freedom…

Terms and Conditions Specific to Ride Australia’s Southeast

Pricing is in Australian Dollars (AUD$)

Payments in Canadian Dollars (CAD$) or United States Dollars (USD$) are accepted, and the exchange rate will be calculated on the day/date of payment.

Payments are made to Ride The World Motorcycle Tours

PO Box 1018, Sutherland, NSW, 1499, Australia | Phone: +61 452 878 958

E-mail: david@rtwmotorcycletours.com

A Per Person Deposit is required at the time of booking to confirm a spot on the Tour

One Person | One Bike | One Hotel Room | AUD $1,500 p.p.
$600 p.p. non-refundable
$900 p.p. refundable up to 20 January 2025.

Two Persons | Two Bikes | One Hotel Room | AUD $1,500 p.p.
$600 p.p. non-refundable
$900 p.p. refundable up to 20 January 2025.

Two Persons | One Bike | One Hotel Room | AUD $1,200 p.p. | $2,400 per couple
$600 p.p. non-refundable
$900 p.p. refundable up to 20 January 2025.

    The non-refundable portion of the deposit is a condition of the motorcycle rental company, BikeRoundOZ

    Travel Insurance is required to participate in this Tour program, and it must be specified in the policy that the Tour Participant named in the policy is participating in a Motorcycle Tour

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    Airfare to/from Australia is NOT included in the Tour program pricing.

    It is the responsibility of the Tour participant to organize their own air travel arrangements.

    Waivers and Releases MUST be signed upon arrival in Australia, or the participant will not be permitted to participate in the Tour.

    A Valid Motorcycle Rider’s License is required to participate in this Tour.

    A minimum of 1 year riding a cruiser-style or adventure-style motorcycle is required.

    A passion for riding, fun and adventure is a requirement to participate in this Tour.


    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us at Ride The World Motorcycle Tours.


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    Northern Thailand – 9 Days

    Welcome to our 9-day tour of Northern Thailand. (1,264 km/785 miles)

    Here is our fascinating journey from Chiang Khong to Udon Thani, passing through various picturesque locations. This route takes you through cultural sites, natural wonders, and scenic landscapes. Here are some highlights along the way:

    Chiang Khong to Phu Lanka: We begin our journey from Fortune Riverview Hotel in Chiang Khong, heading towards Phulangka Le Balcony in Phayao. En route, you’ll pass by Doi Pha Tang, known for its scenic beauty. Our destination, Phulangka Le Balcony, is located in the Pong District, Phayao.

    Phu Lanka to Bo Klua: From Phulangka Le Balcony, continue your journey to Bo Klua View Resort in Nan. Along the way, you’ll pass by notable points such as Ban Mai Chai Daen Border Checkpoint, Taat Man Waterfall, and Huai Kon Immigration Office.

    Bo Klua to Nan: We travel from Bo Klua View Resort to Pukha Nanfa Hotel in Nan. Explore attractions like the Chapel Bridge and Wat Phra That Chae Haeng.

    Nan to Phu Rua: Continue your journey from Pukha Nanfa Hotel to Phurua Sanctuary Resort & Spa in Loei. Pass through Phu Soi Dao National Park, showcasing natural beauty.

    Phu Rua to Chiang Khan: Heading from Phurua Sanctuary Resort & Spa to Chiangkhan River Walk Hotel in Chiang Khan. Visit attractions like Skywalk Chiang Khan and Nang Koy Beach along the way.

    Chiang Khan to Udon Thani: Travel from Chiangkhan River Walk Hotel to Centara Udon in Udon Thani. Enjoy the journey through areas like Phan Khot Saen Khrai and Tambon Mi Chai.

    This itinerary takes you on a diverse and scenic adventure, allowing you to experience northern Thailand’s cultural richness and natural wonders. Whether it’s exploring ancient temples, riding through picturesque landscapes, or relaxing by the Mekong River, this journey offers a blend of cultural and natural experiences.

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONChiang Khong / Udon Thani

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    Itinerary:

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    Tour Dates:

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    Northern Thailand 9 Days08-Oct-2416-Oct-2408-Sep-24
    Northern Thailand 9 Days07-Oct-2515-Oct-2507-Sep-25

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    Inclusions and Exclusions

    INCLUDEDDomestic Flights
    Transfers
    Overland Permission Services
    Rental Vehicles
    Vehicle Insurance (3rd Party)
    Accommodation & Meals
    BMW Certified Tour Guide
    Fully equipped BMW Motorcycle
    Luggage Vehicle
    Tickets & Entry Fees
    NOT INCLUDEDPassport or Visas Fees for Thailand/Laos/China
    Fuel for your vehicle
    Hotels 1st evening in Bangkok for early arrival or last evening in Bangkok for late departure
    Snacks, alcoholic beverages, refreshments, minibars and room services
    Fines, gratuities, laundry services, SIM card, phone call, fax and internet access fees
    Personal medical and travel insurance
    Anything not listed in “INCLUDED” above

    The above information should be taken as a guide only, as things can change. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

    Wonders Of South India – 13 Days

    Discover Temples, Hill Stations, Beaches & Spice Route

    A region of great charm, southern India offers travellers beautiful cities, colonial hill stations, colourful temples, a relaxed lifestyle, attractive scenery and some of the best food in India. Discover the best of the South of India on this motorbike Trip through the southern Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, both with distinctive cultures and contrasting scenery. We start our Motorbike tour from Kerala which is famed for its idyllic backwaters, lush hills, epic surf and pristine beaches. Kerala has been dubbed ‘God’s own country’ and it is easy to see why. Explore the diverse city of Cochin, relaxing cruise on the stunning backwaters of Alleppey, the picturesque Munnar which is surrounded by luscious forest and rolling hills, untouched tea plantations and forests, spot tigers in the jungle and prepare yourself for a tongue-tingling feast as southern India boasts a sensational mix of sweet curries and seafood.

    Tamil Nadu is Renowned for its magnificent temples, exquisite Chola bronzes, and unique cuisine; Tamil Nadu has a distinct Dravidian culture and is one of India’s most historic states. In Tamil Nadu, we discover one of India’s grandest temples, Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai, experience a taste of Tamil Nadu cuisine in Chettinad, the French influence in Pondicherry and make a fascinating visit to the experimental city of Auroville & finish our South India Motorbike Tour in Chennai with discovering of its colonial heritage. Book the best of Southern India Motorcycle tour and explore the region’s great cultural highlights as well as tease out some of its lesser-known gems.

    Book this unforgettable and mesmerising Guided Motorcycle Tour to South India to explore the best of South India covering the two beautiful states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

    Travel information.

    Country & State: India – Kerala & Tamil Nadu (Southern India)
    Best Time: October to March
    Number of Days: 12 Nights / 13 Days
    Number of Riding Days: 11 Days
    Accommodation: 3 & 4 Stars
    Riding Level Required: Intermediate
    Terrain: 90% Tarmac & 10% Gravel
    Duration of Ride: Between 4 & 7 Hours a day on Average
    Distance Covered on Motorcycle: 1450 kms / 900 Miles
    Temperature: During nights & early mornings 8º C to 15º C & in day time 20º C to 30º C

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONCochin / Chennai

    Map

    Itinerary

    Day 01: Arrive Cochin.

    Arrive in Cochin, and you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Have the rest of the day to explore your resort, relax and acclimatize to the time change, or alternatively venture out into Cochin to explore at your own pace.

    Day 02: Cochin to Alleppey (Ride Day 1 – 70 Km / 3 Hrs Ride)

    After leisure breakfast, you will be introduced to your Royal Enfield Motorcycle and the road Captain, who makes you aware of all the rules of driving in India with all the gearing systems of Royal Enfield bike and how to handle the Royal Enfield 500cc Motorcycle in your Motorcycle tour to South India. Get ready for a first-day ride to Alleppey through scenic fisherman village and also enjoy a motorbike ride along the sea. On arrival, board a houseboat for an overnight cruise. Lunch will be served on board as it meanders through the tranquil network of water canals, dotted with busy hamlets and lush green paddy fields. A houseboat ride through these placid waters, with visions of life gliding silently by, is a quintessential South Indian experience. Overnight in Houseboat at Alleppey.

    Day 03: Alleppey to Thekkady (Ride Day 2 – 140 Km / 5 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start a picturesque ride to Thekkady. Today we ride past rubber and pineapple plantations. This ride will introduce you to the enchanting beauty of Thekkady’s pristine nature and wilderness. Thekkady is the gateway to Periyar National Park and Tiger Reserve, perched high in the ranges of the Western Ghats, one of the lushest jungles in India. On arrival, check in at the hotel & relax. Late afternoon enjoy a spice plantation tour to see how produce like cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg is grown and harvested before being processed for sale. In the evening you’ll watch a Kalaripayatu Performance, which is one of the most ancient forms of martial art there is. Overnight stay in Thekkady.

    Day 04: Thekkady to Munnar (Ride Day 3 – 100 Km / 4 Hrs Ride)

    Start the day with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. Later, get ready to ride higher into the mountains and enter the Tea plantation region of Munnar. The lush scenic hill station of Munnar is one of the most beautiful places in India and not just Kerala. En route, stop at the waterfalls and enjoy the natural beauty. The twisty roads, the cloudy skies and the amazing views accompany you on your ride. On arrival at the hill town, check into the hotel. The rest of the day is at your leisure.

    Day 05: Munnar

    Wake up to the bliss of Munnar. Feast on a delicious breakfast and get ready. Proceed for a local sightseeing tour of Munnar. The first stop is the Tea Museum, where you learn about the processing of the favourite brew of India. Later, proceed to the beautiful Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, and Kundala Lake. In the afternoon visit the Eravikulam National Park. The high-attitude sanctuary is known for the Nilgiri Tahr and the Neelakurinji flowers that bloom once in 12 years. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

    Day 06: Munnar to Kodaikanal (Ride Day 4 – 180 Km / 6 Hrs Ride)

    After having a delicious breakfast you will ride towards the Kodaikanal. Enjoy the exquisite landscapes on your way to Kodaikanal. The mesmerizing views will accompany you on your route. It will take you to reach Kodaikanal 6 hours from Munnar. Upon your arrival, check in hotel and relax. Evening visit the Kodaikanal Lake, spread over an area of 60 acres and surrounded by wooded slopes. The attractive walk around the lake takes between one and a half hours. Later visit Cocker’s Walk, Bryant’s Park, Green Valley View & Pillar Rocks. Overnight stay at Kodaikanal.

    Day 07: Kodaikanal to Madurai (Ride Day 5- 130 Km / 5 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start a ride for one of India’s oldest cities, Madurai. The city is also known as Athens of the East. As an important place of worship and commerce, it encapsulates the complex historical tapestry of South India. On arrival, check-in hotel and relax. Afternoon explore UNESCO World Heritage Meenakshi Temple. While exploring the temple, imagine being a guest at the biggest wedding on Earth. Keep that in mind as you walk, in awe, around a Hindu temple fizzing with colour, 33 million carvings, ornately decorated pillars, elaborate shrines and 14 spectacular towers – the tallest rising to 170ft. The Meenakshi Temple, in the Tamil Nadu city of Madurai, is a celebration of the love and marriage of Meenakshi (the incarnation of the Hindu goddess Parvati) and Sundareshvara (Shiva in Hinduism). Overnight in Madurai.

    Day 08: Madurai to Chettinad (Ride Day 6 – 110 Km / 4 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start the ride to Chettinad. Chettinad, the ancestral homeland of the Nattukottai Chettiars, a prosperous merchant class who ventured overseas to do business in South and Southeast Asia in the 19th and early 20th centuries, is renowned for its impressive mansions and rich and distinctive cuisine. On arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax. Afternoon enjoy a bullock cart ride through the village. Visit antique shops in Karaikudi and learn about their artworks, and watch weavers at work here. Visit a 17th-century fort in Thirumayam. The handmade tile unit at Athangudi is an interesting learning experience as is the visit to a school in Kanadukathan, where you can interact with village children – definitely a fascinating experience. Overnight in Chettinad.

    Day 09: Chettinad to Kumbakonam via Thanjavur (Ride Day 7 – 150 Km / 4-5 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start a ride to Thanjavur through the countryside, where we take a few breaks to admire other splendid achievements of Chettiar and the amazing little fort of Thirumayam. We ride on little roads throughout this stage between cotton fields, coconut trees, and rice paddies. En route explore Brihadeshwara temple-dedicated to Lord Shiva which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, which is over 1,000 years old, an architectural masterpiece that you’ll spend your day exploring. The temple is one of the tallest in the world and the world’s first complete granite temple. Later ride continues to Kumbakonam. On arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax. Later enjoy a leisurely walk through the old town. Overnight in Kumbakonam.

    Day 10: Kumbakonam to Pondicherry via Chidambaram (Ride Day 8 – 150 Km / 5 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start a ride to explore a UNESCO World Heritage Site Darasuram temple- renowned for its delicate stone sculptures. Later we ride on the scenic road to Pondicherry. On arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax. Late afternoon explore Pondicherry, which was under French rule until 1954, and the European style of the town extends from beautiful colonial architecture right down to the uniforms of the police. Enjoy a walking tour to see local temples, the French Quarter and the spiritual community of Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Overnight in Pondicherry.

    Day 11: Pondicherry to Auroville and return to Pondicherry (Ride Day 9)

    Enjoy a yummy breakfast at the hotel and leave to explore the French culture of Pondicherry City. Visit Aurobindo Ashram to witness a stunning amalgam of yoga and modern science. From there we visit Auroville and explore the environment of modern-day harmonious living of both men and women. Explore local temples and spend your night comfortably at the hotel.

    Day 12: Pondicherry to – Mahabalipuram (Ride Day 10 – 110 Km / 4 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast start the ride to Mahabalipuram. Today is the last day of riding Royal Enfield Bike in your Motorcycle tour to South India. On arrival in Mahabalipuram, bid farewell to your crew members, check in the hotel and relax. Later explore the 7th-century erstwhile port city of Mahabalipuram is famous for its historical stone carvings and rock-cut shore temples. Stop at the Shore Temple, Arjuna’s Penance, Krishna’s Butterball, and the Five Rathas. Don’t forget to leave time to enjoy the stunning views of the town and the sea from the lighthouse on the hill. Overnight stay in Mahabalipuram.

    Day 13: Mahabalipuram to Chennai (Ride Day 11 – 70 Km / 2 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast, as per your flight schedule, we drive you to Chennai International Airport to board your flight home.

    Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,300.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $3,250.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,800.00 per person

    1 person / in support vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,200.00 per person

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    Tour Dates:

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    Wonders Of South India16-Oct-2428-Oct-2416-Sep-24

    If the above dates don’t suit you or want to book the same itinerary as a private tour for you and your friends or want to customise the Trip for you and your group of Friends. Just Plan Your Tour with us because We are tailor-made experts and our professional Team is always dedicated to designing your Motorbike Holiday especially for you as per your requirements in terms of Date, Duration and Budget with Prompt reply.

    WHAT TO BRING ON RIDE

    Find below the detailed list of items that are required in the Tour for the safety & comfort level. We do not provide any of these, so we highly suggest to our all Riders to bring all of the required items mentioned below:

    CLOTHING & OTHER ESSENTIALS

    • DRIVING LICENSE (Rider): Full and valid for 500cc motorcycle
    • TRAVEL INSURANCE: Must cover riding 500 cc motorcycles
    • Sunscreen/sunblock UV 30/40
    • Lip balm
    • Insect repellent
    • Fleece/underjacket
    • Kidney belt
    • Warm clothes
    • Strong pair of Jeans
    • Thermos for Hot and Cold
    • Sun Hat / Cap
    • Ear Plugs
    • Your regular medicine (if any)

    BIKE GEAR

    • Riding Jacket + Pants + Boots
    • Helmet
    • Bike gloves
    • Goggles/sunglasses
    • Snood/Dust mask
    • Water resistant backpack
    • Knee and elbow guards

    (if your riding gear doesn’t include proper padding OR if you choose not to wear one, especially on warm days)

    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us.

    Sturgis Motorcycle Rally via the best US mountain roads – 15 Days

    Welcome to America’s oldest Motorcycle Rally, Sturgis Bike Rally. Combined with riding several of America’s best motorcycle roads: Wild West Run, Black Hills Run, Beartooth Highway, San Juan Skyway/HWY 550, Ouray – Durango, Sturgis is America’s oldest Motorcycle Rally, with 500,000 participants. The week is packed with action and fun in a spectacular environment; we participate in the best.

    On this tour, you will experience spectacular scenery and places that take your breath away: Sturgis Bike Rally, San Juan Skyway, Rocky Mountains, Black Canyon, Yellowstone, Bighorn Canyon, Buffalo, Mt Rushmore, and Black Hills Forest. The round trip to Sturgis and the Midwest is unique and a paradise for those who love motorcycling. Beware of buffalos on the road!

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONDenver / Denver

    Map – https://maps.app.goo.gl/HGBC6CprERbwFhH48

    Itinerary

    Day 01: Arrival – Denver, Colorado

    When all tour participants arrive, we will gather for a welcome meeting and refreshments, introducing everyone to fellow participants and tour leaders. The evening’s program will focus on getting to know each other, and for those still energised after the long journey, there’s an option to visit a local bar nearby.

    Day 02: Denver – Gunnison  (Riding day 1: 330 km/205 miles)

    The day will commence with an information meeting covering details about the Buffalo Bill Mountain Tour and your stay in Denver. Practical information about motorcycle and car rental checkout will be provided. Once checked out of the hotel, we’ll collect our vehicles (bikes/cars). The bike/car booked for the tour will be prepared with all necessary insurance included. We will embark on our 4,200 km Sturgis & Buffalo Bill Mountain tour when everyone is ready. Denver will gradually disappear behind us as we start a unique adventure full of history, adventure, and fun. The initial part of the day will include some city Riding & interstate travel before we depart on our designated back roads in spectacular surroundings. We will start easy to allow everyone to get accustomed to traffic and riding conditions. The adventure on adventurous motorcycle roads begins with a stop in Fairplay to visit the “ghost town” South Park City, which is currently operating as a museum of the old Wild West. After our Wild West influence, we will Ride to the motel in Gunnison, where we’ll relax and share experiences from the first leg of the fairytale.

    Day 03: Gunnison – Durango  (Riding day 2: 372 km/231 miles)

    Today, we will start our ride on the US’ best back roads. Leaving Gunnison, we will Ride on the beautiful Silverthread Scenic Byway, navigating curvy roads through spectacular scenery. Keep your cameras ready! We will Ride to Lake City, stopping to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Afterwards, we’ll head to South Fork for lunch before continuing to the breathtaking Wolf Creek Pass. Our destination of the day is Durango, an old mining town where treasure hunters come in herds to find & extract gold and silver worth hundreds of millions of dollars from the mineral-rich mountains of the area. The noble metals made Durango a prosperous city that has not been affected by the recession. Today’s usual stress and rush do not influence residents of Durango; they are hospitable and friendly. Get ready for a cozy evening in the city’s historic district.

    Day 04: Durango – Moab  (Riding day 3: 355 km/220 miles)

    Welcome to one of the tour’s highlights. Today promises amazing Riding experiences on fantastic back roads, sharp curves, spectacular mountain scenery, waterfalls, and old Pioneer cities. As we Ride out of Durango, we will stop by roadside hot springs. We continue north on spectacular mountain roads to Silverton and the world’s “highest” Harley Davidson dealer (elevation). After that, we’ll start riding on the world-famous “Million Dollar Highway” (also San Juan Skyway), ranked No. 4 among America’s best motorcycle roads. It is an extraordinary Riding experience, a lifetime memory! The road got its famous name, “San Juan Skyway”, because the mountain passes we ride through lies 3,353m (11,000 ft) above sea level, with amazing views. We will make several stops along the way to enjoy this unique experience. You might want to Ride back for another ride when we arrive at the road’s end. At San Juan Skyway’s end stop, Ouray, we will eat lunch and try to digest all the impressions. We continue our fairytale day on terrific backroads through the mountains toward Moab, which is located at the entrance of the Arches National Park. We will spend the evening in these spectacular surroundings.

    Day 05: Moab – Park City  (Riding day 4: 370 km/230 miles)

    Having absorbed the wonders of Arches National Park, this day will be an in-between Riding leg leading to the fantastic Wild West run & Yellowstone National Park. We will head north towards Salt Lake City, reaching our day’s end-stop in Park City.

    Day 06: Park City – Jackson  (Riding day 5: 470 km/292 miles)

    Today, we will journey towards the magical Yellowstone National Park and the “Wild West Run.” Riding north by the beautiful Bear Lake, we will continue to Montpelier, where we’ll visit the historic site of Butch Cassidy’s bank robbery. After that, we’ll proceed to Jackson, a vacation spot for wealthy Californians in the valley of Jackson Hole. The evening will be spent at the famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

    Day 07: Jackson – Cody  (Riding day 6: 330 km/205 miles)

    Welcome to another tour highlight! It will be a long day packed with unique and rare experiences. We will Ride into the wonderful Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park, covering one of the US’s most popular motorcycle routes, Wild West Run (Jackson – Yellowstone Lake). Passing through Moran and Jackson Lake, we’ll proceed to the spectacular Old Faithful Geyser, remaining one of the most active (cone) geysers with predictable eruptions approximately every 35 to 120 minutes. Old Faithful received its name in 1870 during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition and was the first geyser in the park to be named. We will continue our ride in spectacular Yellowstone, Riding on Grand Loop Rd, before stopping at breathtaking Artist Point. After that, we’ll visit live buffalo herds up close. Be ready for exciting encounters, but beware of the wildlife (bears, wolves, elk, buffalos). The day will conclude by riding into Buffalo Bill’s (William F. Cody) home turf, Cody, where we’ll stay at Buffalo Bill’s motel and eat dinner at the historic Irma Hotel.

    Day 08: Chief Joseph Scenic Byway & Beartooth Hwy  (Riding day 7: 264 km/164 miles)

    Today’s ride will be the definite tour highlight for many. Welcome to the world-famous “Beartooth Highway” (ranked as the US’ best, No. 1 motorcycle route). Beartooth Highway has not achieved its iconic status among bikers worldwide without reason; be prepared for unique winding mountain roads up and down the mountain, with hairpin turns and spectacular views. This will also be the tour’s most demanding Riding leg, so we will Ride at a comfortable & safe pace to ensure everyone remains safe and gets plenty of time to enjoy the ride and view. Have your camera ready, and you will Ride on one of the world’s best motorcycle roads. Enjoy! On our way to Beartooth Pass, we Ride Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, a lifetime experience! After our return to Cody, you can visit the spectacular Buffalo Bill’s Center of the West.

    Day 09: Cody – Gillette  (Riding day 8: 396 km/246 miles)

    Another day of Riding on spectacular, curvy, fun mountain roads awaits. We will venture into Big Horn Canyon & National Forest, witnessing breathtaking scenery that will surely keep a smile glued on your face. A stop for lunch & cowboy shopping in Sheridan will be followed by a Ride to Gillette, passing by the “Spotted Horse” bar.

    Day 10: Gillette – Sturgis  (Riding day 9: 242 km/151 miles)

    Today marks the beginning of our fun adventures in the Black Hills, the location of the Sturgis Bike Rally (the mother of all bike rallies). Get ready for a lifetime experience! We’ll start by Riding to the famous Devil’s Tower, a top-rated destination and the location of the sci-fi movie “Encounters of the 3rd Degree.” Enjoying the surroundings and these spectacular rock formations, our next stop is Sundance, home of the Sundance Kid. After that, we’ll Ride through the beautiful Spearfish Canyon, a natural setting resembling a painting that only nature can create. Riding through Deadwood, we’ll visit the “No 10 Saloon,” where Wild Bill Hickok was shot while playing poker (The quick combination he had when he was shot is now called “Deadman’s Hand”). Deadwood, within an Indian reservation, has all gambling rights. It was also here that Calamity Jane (the famous female sharpshooter) met Wild Bill for the first time; though not a couple, they buried next to each other.

    Day 11: Sturgis Bike Rally & Black Hills Run (optional)  (Riding day 10: 275 km/171 miles)

    Tomorrow, we will ride the famous and popular Black Hills Run, experience all the fantastic attractions around Sturgis, and get a feel for the world-famous Sturgis Bike Rally. We will enjoy Riding the Black Hills Run until we reach Crazy Horse, the world’s largest monument carved in the rock. We are continuing to Custer and Custer State Park, which captivated General George A. Custer because of its beautiful scenery and surroundings. We will Ride the Wildlife Loop, where we might encounter live buffalos. Lunch will be outside Custer State Park before heading to Mt Rushmore (the three presidents’ heads carved in the mountains). Afterwards, we will Ride the famous Iron Mountain Road. Be ready for a unique experience. After absorbing the Black Hills, we will Ride to Sturgis, a small town and the centre of all activities around the Sturgis Bike Rally, America’s oldest and legendary Motorcycle Rally. We will park the bikes and visit the world-famous Knuckle Saloon. It will be time for a Biker party!

    Day 12: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally  (Explorer and Fun Day)

    Enjoy the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally! Use the day as you wish for the “Mother of all motorcycle rallies.” Sturgis is a small “ghost town” with only 6400 inhabitants. In early August each year, the city transforms into the centre of 500,000 biker enthusiasts from over 40 countries. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is America’s oldest biker rally (established in 1938) and has become legendary among bikers worldwide. The whole week is full of action and fun. Our hotel is in the city centre.

    Day 13: Sturgis – Scottsbluff  (Riding day 11: 472 km/295 miles)

    We will say goodbye to Sturgis and head south again. Our first stop will be the spectacular Badlands National Park. The rugged beauty of Badlands draws visitors from around the world. These striking geological deposits contain some of the richest collections of fossils. Old mammal rhinoceros, horses, and sabre-toothed tigers once walked here. The park’s 244,000 acres consist of an expanse of mixed grass and prairie where bison, bighorn, prairie dogs, and Blackfoot ferrets live today. On our spectacular Ride through Badlands, we will stop at “Wounded Knee,” the location of the “Massacre at Wounded Knee,” where over 150 Indians were killed and 50 wounded by the US 7th Cavalry Regiment. After that, we will Ride to the small-town Alliance, where we will spend our last night “on the road.”

    Day 14: Scottsbluff – Denver  (Riding day 12: 384 km/239 miles)

    The end of our adventure on the US’s best backroads and the Buffalo Bill Mountain Tour is approaching. Tomorrow is our final leg. We will continue south through Sterling and Fort Morgan before returning to Denver. Upon arriving in Denver, we will return the bikes, remove our boots, and replace the Ride gear with lighter clothing. We will spend the afternoon near the hotel, eat a farewell dinner together, and prepare for the journey home.

    Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 

    Day 15: Departure – Travel Home

    We will say goodbye to the Rocky Mountains & US Best Back Roads, Denver, and return home. Group travel by shuttle to the airport.


    Tour Dates:

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    Sturgis Rally & Best US Backroads26-Jul-259-Aug-2526-Jun-25
    Sturgis Rally & Best US Backroads25-Jul-268-Aug-2625-Jun-26

    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $5,945.00 per person

    2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $7,395.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $9,545.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $7,395.00 per person

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    Inclusions and Exclusions:

    INCLUDEDMotorcycle/Car rental with unlimited mileage
    1st choice vehicle model class
    Shared rooms in biker-friendly hotels
    Continental breakfast at most hotels
    National Park Entrance fees
    Welcome meeting
    Multi-lingual Tour leader
    Transport to rental company
    Support van
    State min. SLI insurance
    Loss damage Waiver
    Half-shell helmet
    Tour route descriptions
    Pictures from the tour
    NOT INCLUDEDAirfare
    Optional attractions
    Vehicle model guarantee
    Fuel
    Security deposit for LDW
    Food and beverages
    LDW Zero & insurance upgrades
    Anything not listed in “INCLUDED” above

    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us.

    The Grand Ladakh – 12 Days

    3 High Passes, 3 Lakes & Ancient Culture

    Ladakh is a beautiful region and located at a height of 10,000 feet. It is a largely Buddhist-dominated area, and it is also called Little Tibet. Ladakh is popularly known as the Land of High Passes and attracts people for its rich Buddhist culture and lovely landscape. It was the crossroads of the ancient trade routes from South Asia, and until the end of the 19th century, mule trains carrying shawls and spices made the journey from Amritsar through Ladakh to Yarkand in China. Ladakh’s people are a mix of Tibetan and Indo-Aryan – it became part of independent India in 1948. Ladakh is a land of extremes; you can see snow-capped mountains and clear blue skies at the same time as arid dunes; azure blue lakes flow alongside some of the highest mountain peaks and road mix of rough and smooth, which makes it undoubtedly the most popular destination for motorcycle tours in India. The thought of a motorcycle ride to Ladakh is not for the faint-hearted, but with a bit of resilient nature and determination, one can easily conquer the ride through the mighty Himalayas, where the terrain is quite uneven; one must be prepared to face umpteen obstacles and challenges. This Adventurous Mighty High Himalayan Motorcycle tour is also known as a high-altitude motorcycle expedition Tour, as you will be staying overnight at a height of 3000 metres to 4600 metres. Of course, you will ride Royal Enfield 500cc Motorcycle to conquer the Highest Motorable road, Khardung-la Pass (17,582 FT), Changla Pass (17,560 FT), Tanglangla Pass (17,480 FT) and all three most popular and beautiful lakes like Pangong Lake, Tsomoriri Lake, and Tsokar Lake with experience of Double Hump Camel Ride in Sand Dunes of Nubra Valley. Riding on the Highest Motorable Road and other high passes in the Himalayas is a lifetime moment for every motorcyclist. We invite all thrill-seeker motorcycle enthusiasts to join our High Himalayan Motorcycle Adventure Tour on Legendary Royal Enfield 500cc Motorbike to test your skills.

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONDelhi / Delhi

    OVERVIEW.

    Country / Region and Location: India / Ladakh (Upper Himalayas)
    Best Time: June to September
    Number of Days: 11 Nights / 12 Days
    Number of Riding Days: 8 Days
    Accommodation: 3 Star and 4 Star
    Riding Level Required: Intermediate (Must be a Motorbike Fits)
    Terrain: 70% Tarmac and 30% Gravel
    Tour Type: On Road but some rough terrain and full of Adventures
    Duration of Ride: Between 5 to 7 Hours a day on Average
    Distance Covered on Motorcycle: 1500 KMS / 935 Miles
    Temperature: During nights and early mornings 8º C to 12º C and in day time 18º C to 30º C

    Map

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrive Delhi

    Arrive at Delhi’s airport; our representative will personally meet you outside the EXIT gate of the arrival terminal, holding a placard of your name, and you will be transferred to your hotel with assistance. He will brief you about the day-by-day tour schedule. Overnight in Hotel.

    Day 2: Delhi to Leh (By flight)

    Early morning board flight for Leh (3505 metres / 11,567 feet above sea level) is the most mesmerizing flight over the Himalayas. Upon arrival at Leh airport, we were received by our representative and transferred to the hotel. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before 09.30 am—half Day at rest for acclimatization. Late afternoon drive to visit Shanti Stupa. Later in the evening, walk around the local market. Dinner and overnight stay at the Hotel.

    Day 3 : Leh to Hemis Shukpachan via Likir (Ride Day 1 – 90 Km / 4 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast, start a ride to Hemis Shukpachan through a less travelled and scenic classic off-the-beaten trek. It is a beautiful traditional village far from the crowds of Ladakh. A rare and beautiful destination for those who want to experience the rich, harmonious, and traditional way of life in the Himalayas. En route, visit the beautiful Likir Monastery and then ride to Hemis Shukpachan. The views during the ride are spectacular, and there are plenty of Apricot orchards and beautiful villages along the way. On arrival, check in at Eco Hotel and relax. This Eco Hotel is built in the traditional Ladakhi architectural style, with bright and comfortable rooms and a beautiful dining room and lounge with traditional Tibetan Buddhism murals painted by a local village artist. The hotel lies in the lap of nature, free from pollution, nested in the heart of the Himalayan Mountain ranges. Later, take a walk in the village. Overnight stay in Hemis Shukpachan.

    Day 4 : Hemis Shukpachan to Leh via Alchi (Ride Day 2)

    After a leisurely breakfast at the eco-resort, start a ride to visit Alchi village, situated on the bank of the Indus River. The village is famous for the existence of one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh (a national heritage), Alchi Monastery, mainly known for its magnificent and well-preserved 11th or 12th-century wall paintings. Further riding back, also enjoy the confluence of two rivers, Indus and Zanskar, also called Sangam Point; after that visit, the Pathar Sahib Gurdwara was built in 1517 to commemorate the visit to the Ladakh region of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder Guru of the Sikh faith and in last visit Hall of Fame (a museum constructed as well as maintained by the Indian Army in the memory of the soldiers who had lost their lives during the Indo-Pak wars. It is also termed as a memorial for the war heroes). Further, continue to ride to Leh. On arrival, check-in hotel and relax. Overnight in Hotel at Leh.

    Day 5 : Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardung-La Pass (Ride Day 3 – 125 Km / 6 Hrs Ride)

    Hold your breath, as today will be the day that takes you to the top of the world. We will ride over Ladakh’s highest motorable pass (Khardung-La Pass-5,359 m / 17,582 ft), with breathtaking views of the Himalayan ranges. On reaching the Top, enjoy the celebration with a photography session and a cup of Tea/Coffee from the Highest Cafeteria in the World. Later, the ride continues (86 Kms/3 Hrs) to Nubra Valley, Known as Ldumra (the valley of flowers). On arrival, check into the camp and relax. Later enjoy a ride on Double Humped Bactrian Camels in the Sand Dunes of Nubra Valley. A unique feature of the dunes in Nubra Valley is that they are grey, unlike the brown dunes seen in the Thar desert of Rajasthan. Evening, enjoy Dinner with Bon-Fire. Overnight in Nubra Valley.

    Day 6: Nubra Valley Sightseeing

    Good morning. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at camp. In the afternoon, enjoy the visit to Deskit Monastery – a 14th-century monastery believed to be the largest and oldest monastery in Nubra Valley. The monastery can be reached from the Diskit village through a rugged and dusty road that crosses a stream in the middle of the village and later rides to Hundar; here, you can see all the elements of nature – desert, snow, greenery, and water. Get refreshed by a refreshing experience of Hunder Sand Dunes passing through the white Sand Dunes, where you see a double-humped Bactrian camel once used by the local traders on the famous silk route. Evening back to Camp and relax or you can do leisure walks around the campsite. Overnight stay in camp.

    Day 7 : Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake (Ride Day 4 – 160 Km /7 Hrs Ride)

    The morning after breakfast, ride to the famous blue brackish Pangong Lake. This route is especially recommended for those who love to face challenges and travel worldwide for adventurous vacationing experiences. A motorcycle rider will surely like to ride a motorbike on this off-road with many water streams, and it is very hard to find any local people or vehicles. On arrival at Pangong Lake, check into the camp and relax. Later, explore Pangong Lake, where you feel close to nature and its beauty. Overnight at camp near Pangong Lake.

    Day 8 : Pangong Lake to Leh (Ride Day 5- 150 Km / 6 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast, ride back to Leh from Pangong Lake by crossing the 2nd highest motorable road, Changla Pass, at a height of 5355 Metres/17,560 Ft. En route, you see the many eye-catching views of villages below the pass. On arrival at Leh City, check into the hotel and relax. Overnight stay in Leh.

    Day 9 : Leh to Tso Moriri Lake (Ride Day 6 – 220 Km / 6 Hrs Ride)

    After early breakfast, ride to Tso Moriri Lake. Tsomoriri Lake is a high altitude Lake in Ladakh. It is situated at a height of 4595 m above sea level. En route will stop at Chumtang, which is a hot spring in the village, and our break for Tea/Coffee. We will stop at the lake before Tso Moriri Lake. It is also called “White Lake” because of the salt deposited around it- this is because there is no outlet from the lake, which makes the water brackish. On arrival in Tso Moriri, check into the camp and relax. Overnight in camp at Tso Moriri.

    Day 10 : Tso Moriri Lake to Leh Via Tso Kar Lake (Ride Day 7 – 230 Km / 6-7 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast, ride towards Tso Kar Lake. Tso Kar Lake is a high-altitude salt lake in Ladakh. It is situated at a height of 4530 m above sea level. Later ride continues towards the second highest pass-Tanglang la Pass at 5328 mtrs / 17,480 Feet. We have photography at the pass. Later, we ride towards Leh by passing some breathtaking villages and roads in the mighty Himalayas in Leh and Ladakh region. Upon arrival at Leh, check into the hotel and relax.

    Day 11: Leh to Delhi (By flight)

    Morning assistance transfer to Leh airport to board once again the most fascinating flight to Delhi over the heights of the great Himalayas. On arrival in Delhi, check in the hotel and relax. Later, enjoy the local sightseeing of Delhi. Overnight in Delhi.

    Day 12: Transfer to Delhi Airport

    After breakfast, you will be transferred to Delhi International Airport according to your flight time. We hope you have great memories and lots of stories as well from the World’s Highest Rides in the Himalayas.

    Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


    Tour dates:

    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $1,900.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $2,590.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,200.00 per person

    1 person / in support vehicle / 1 shared room: From $1,700.00 per person

    Currency Converter (use this useful tool to convert currency values quickly)

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    The Grand Ladakh18-May-2419-May-2418-Apr-24
    The Grand Ladakh2-Jun-2413-Jun-242-May-24
    The Grand Ladakh15-Jun-2426-Jun-2415-May-24
    The Grand Ladakh1-Sep-2412-Sep-241-Aug-24
    The Grand Ladakh10-Sep-2421-Sep-2510-Aug-24

    If the dates above don’t suit you, do you want to book the same itinerary as a private tour for you and your friends, or do you want to customise the Trip for you and your group of Friends? Just Plan Your Tour with us because We are tailor-made experts, and our professional Team is always dedicated to designing your Motorbike Holiday, especially for you, as per your requirements, in terms of Date, Duration, and budget, with Prompt replies.

    Inclusions and Exclusions

    INCLUDED11 Nights Hotel/ Camp accommodations in Twin / Double Sharing basis.
    Breakfast and Dinner throughout the tour, except in Delhi where accommodation with breakfast basis only.
    All Ground Transfers from your arrival at Airport in India to until departure from India, sightseeing & overland journey by Air Conditioned Vehicle on non-riding days.
    Royal Enfield 500 cc Motorcycle on all riding days.
    Fuel for Motorcycle.
    Experienced English speaking Motorcycle Road Captain for the whole trip on his own Royal Enfield Motorcycle including his accommodation and food.
    Experienced Royal Enfield mechanic with all necessary spare parts for bikes including his accommodation and food.
    Spare parts change in Motorcycle during the tour. – Front tube/ Rear tube/Spark plug/Clutch and Brake Wire/Clutch and Disc brake pads/ Engine oil/Clutch Plate.
    First-Aid Medical Kit.
    Refreshments during rides like Packed Juice, Fresh Fruits, Biscuits, Tea, Coffee Etc.
    Back-up Vehicle (Support Car/Van) for your Luggage and Pillion Rider.
    One-Time Monument / Monastery / Temple Entrances.
    The services of an English-speaking guide on sightseeing days.
    Inner Line Permits (Restricted Area and Wild Life Area Permits).
    All required Video / Camera fees.
    Farewell Dinner with Unlimited Beer.
    Assistance by friendly, knowledgeable English-speaking ground representatives from the moment you arrive in India until the time you leave.
    All Currently Applicable Taxes.                            
    NOT INCLUDEDInternational Flights
    Domestic Flight (Delhi-Leh-Delhi)
    Lunch
    Personal medical insurance (compulsory)
    Bike damage
    Extra drinks
    Visa fees
    Items of personal nature such as tips, laundry, liquor, extra drinks etc
    Anything which is not mentioned in included section.              

    What to bring:

    CLOTHING AND OTHER ESSENTIALS

    DRIVING LICENSE (Rider): Full and valid for 500cc motorcycle

    TRAVEL INSURANCE: Must cover riding 500 cc motorcycles

    Sunscreen/sunblock UV 30/40

    Lip balm

    Insect repellent

    Fleece/under jacket

    Kidney belt

    Warm cloths

    Strong pair of Jeans pant

    Sun Hat / Cap

    Ear Plugs

    Your regular medicine (if any)

    BIKE GEAR

    Crash Helmet

    Riding Jacket, with Built-in Armour and removable inner lining

    Riding Trousers, with Built-in Armour

    Knee and Elbow Armour

    Protective Gloves, warm for the Himalayas.

    Ankle High Leather or Riding Boots

    Rain Gear

    Balaclava

    Sunglasses or Goggles

    Bandana

    Sunblock

    Hydration Pack


    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us.

    Regal Rajasthan

    Rajasthan is known as the land of Kings, and it is famous for legends of chivalry, heroism and the story of royalty in Rajput. Rajasthan is one of the most visited states in India. It’s unsurprising because it shows India at its most colourful and exotic best. The main attraction for travellers is the vast Thar Desert and one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Aravalli. Here, you can explore the Magnificent Forts, Opulent Palaces, Delicious cuisine, Elephant Rides and Camel Rides in Soft Sand Dunes, Puppet Shows, Fairs, Festivals and Wildlife sanctuaries. It’s also known as the living museum of the Indian subcontinent.

    To explore this Incredible Royal desert state, we have designed the Motorcycle Tour of Rajasthan because it is the perfect way to explore the region closely. In addition, you can have better opportunities to share rustic roads with camels and buffalo carts, which are one of the most common modes of transportation. The most unique thing about this Motorcycle Holiday in Rajasthan is that you ride the Legendary Royal Enfield through the off-roads of rural areas. During your Royal Enfield Motorcycle tour in Rajasthan, you can simply enjoy immersing yourself in the region’s glorious history. You can explore its majestic beauty with a new experience around every corner of this colourful state.

    During your Rajasthan Motorcycle trip, you will explore and experience hidden and colourful Rajasthan riding on a Legendary Royal Enfield Motorcycle. This Motorcycle ride in Rajasthan allows you to absorb the culture deeply. So, come and enjoy this culturally stunning place with rich colours, tastes, and sounds with us.

    Best Time: October to March

    Country & State: India – Rajasthan
    Number of Days: 13 Nights / 14 Days
    Number of Riding Days: 10 Days
    Accommodation: 3 Star & 4 Star
    Riding Level Required: Intermediate
    Terrain: 85% Tarmac & 15% Gravel
    Duration of Ride: Between 5 & 7 Hours a day on Average
    Distance Covered on Motorcycle: 2200 Kms / 1370 Miles
    Temperature: During nights & early mornings 10º C to 15º C & in day time 20º C to 30º C

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONDelhi / Delhi

    Map – https://legendarymotorides.com/rajasthan/rajasthan-the-land-of-regal-warrior/

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

    arrive at Delhi’s airport; our representative will personally meet you outside the exit gate of the arrival terminal, holding a placard of your name. You will be transferred to your hotel and relax. Overnight stay in a hotel.

    Day 2: Delhi – Mandawa (130 kms by car and 140 kms by ride on Royal Enfield)

    after breakfast, board in the car and 130 km away from Delhi, we start our first-day ride to Mandawa. At the motorcycle tour starting point, you will be introduced to your Royal Enfield 500cc motorcycle and the road captain who makes you aware of all the rules of driving in India with all the gearing systems of the Royal Enfield bike and how to handle the Royal Enfield 500cc motorcycle in your motorcycle tour to Rajasthan. Today, you will ride a Royal Enfield 500cc bike on a country road, and en route, you will find some local markets. Mandawa is world famous for its heritage havelis and colourful fresco art. Mandawa was originally a trading outpost for the ancient caravan routes that stopped here from China and the Middle East. On arrival in Mandawa, check-in at the hotel and relax. Later enjoy a walk in the colourful market and visit many fascinating havelis. Overnight stay in hotel.

    Day 3: Mandawa – Bikaner (220 kms / 4-5 hrs ride)

    After breakfast, the ride starts in Bikaner. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax. In the afternoon, you will proceed for a sightseeing tour of Bikaner, visiting Junagarh Fort, one of the most interesting forts in Rajasthan, with its sumptuously decorated interiors. The fort was built in 1588 by Raja Rai Singh; it is unusual because it was one of the few principal forts of Rajasthan that were not built on a hilltop. Later, go back to the hotel and relax. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 4: Bikaner – Jaisalmer (320 kms / 7 hrs ride)

    After breakfast, get ready to ride on an incredible route for a motorcycle trip through small villages set among desert oases with vast blue open skies above the horizon of golden sands. Wild camels and caravans of gypsies drift by as we are virtually alone on the roads through the desert. Our destination for the next two nights is the fantastic Ali Baba “Golden Fortress City” on the Pakistan–India border in the Thar desert, Jaisalmer. On arrival in Jaisalmer, check into the hotel and relax.

    Day 5: Jaisalmer- Sam Sand Dunes Desert Camp (40 kms)

    The morning after breakfast, start your sightseeing of Jaisalmer, including the old town of Jaisalmer and visit Jaisalmer fort, built in the year 1156 by Rawal Jaisal. Perched on an 80m high hill, housing the entire township within its ramparts, it is the only “living fort” in India. Later, visit the beautifully sculptured Patwon Ki Haveli in the heart of the town. It is virtually the showpiece of Jaisalmer’s legendary architectural wealth. After we ride down 40 km from Jaisalmer through massive dunes on both sides of the road, which gives you an awe-inspiring experience of a motorcycle tour in Rajasthan, en route, visit an abandoned village, Kuldhara, popularly known as ghost village. Later, the ride continues to Sam Sand Dunes. On arrival at Sam Sand Dunes ensuite camping site, check in camp and relax. After tea, enjoy a camel ride in the soft dunes of the Thar desert and the panoramic view of the sunset from the middle of the dunes. Later, go back to camp and enjoy a mouth-watering Rajasthani dinner with a folk dance and music program by a group of talented folk artists with an overnight in camp.

    Day 6: Sam Sand Dunes – Jodhpur (320 kms / 6 hrs ride)

    after breakfast, start the ride to Jodhpur through the panoramic country road. En route, you will enjoy many activities like visiting the houses of local farmers to learn about their daily lifestyle and also visit the school to see how Indian village student are doing their studies. On arrival in Jodhpur, check in to the hotel and relax. Enjoy a walk in the colourful market of the old city of Jodhpur in the evening. Overnight in Jodhpur.

    Day 7: Jodhpur – Ranakpur via motorcycle temple (190 kms / 5 hrs ride)

    after breakfast, enjoy the sightseeing of Jodhpur on a motorbike toward the hill to visit the Mehrangarh Fort (majestic fort), one of India’s most impressive and formidable structures. The view of the city from the top of the fort is just incredible; from here, the whole city looks blue. Nearby, visit Jaswant Thada (also known as the Taj Mahal of Jodhpur), a cluster of royal cenotaphs in white marble built in 1899 AD. It is an architectural landmark of Jodhpur. Later, the ride continues toward Ranakpur through the panoramic village route. En route, the experience is a must-visit and an interesting place for every motorcyclist – the motorcycle temple (where the motorcycle rider is a god and is worshipped). On arrival in Ranakpur, check into the hotel and relax. Overnight in Ranakpur.

    Day 8: Ranakpur – Udaipur (90 kms / 3 hrs ride)

    after breakfast, get ready for a mountainous motorcycle ride toward Udaipur; this place is full of natural beauty, abundant water and natural protection afforded by the surrounding forests and Aravali mountains. it is also known as the “city of lakes.” En route, stop to see the oxen turning a water wheel for irrigation. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax. Later, visit the city palace, a majestic architectural marvel towering over the lake and the largest palace complex in Rajasthan. At sunset, enjoy a boat ride around Lake Pichola, which offers spectacular views of the hills, palaces, temples and bathing ghats. In the evening, take a short walk in the colourful market of Udaipur. overnight in hotel at Udaipur

    Day 9: Udaipur – Ghanerao (150 kms / 5 hrs ride)

    after breakfast, we start riding toward our next destination Ghanerao. En route, enjoy the visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Kumbhalgarh Fort; the walls of the Fort of Kumbhalgarh extend over 38 km, the second-longest continuous wall after the Great Wall of China. Later, the ride continues to the beautiful and charming village of Ghanerao. On arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax. Overnight in hotel.

    Day 10: Ghanerao – Pushkar (250 kms / 6-7 hrs ride)

    after breakfast, start the motorcycle ride to Pushkar. Pushkar is famous for its temples, lake, ghats, dunes and bazaar. There are small hills on three sides of Pushkar and a deep and beautiful lake on the other, which increases the beauty of Pushkar. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax. In the evening, enjoy a walk in the colourful market of Pushkar. Overnight in Pushkar.

    Day 11: Pushkar – Jaipur (140 kms / 4 hrs ride)

    Today, we ride to Jaipur, popularly known as Pink City, because many buildings are still washed in pink, the traditional colour of welcome. Jaipur is the flamboyant and colourful capital of Rajasthan. With its rich and colourful past, resplendent with tales of valour and bravery, it is now one of India’s most important heritage cities. On arrival in Jaipur, check in to the hotel and relax. We finish our motorcycle tour here and bid farewell to the crew members. In the evening, enjoy a walk in the market area of the old town with your guide. Overnight in Jaipur.

    Day 12: Jaipur full-day local sightseeing

    After breakfast, enjoy the guided sightseeing tour of Jaipur, including the 16th century Amber Fort, with an elephant ride; after that, visit the magnificent city palace (royal museum) built in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Singh. The palace complex has an excellent museum, an armoury, sprawling gardens, buildings, and several fine halls. Then, proceed to Jantar Mantar (the astronomical observatory) and Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Winds). Overnight in a hotel in Jaipur.

    Day 13: Jaipur – Agra (250 kms / 6 hrs drive)

    After breakfast, drive to Agra. On arrival in Agra, check into the hotel and relax. Later, drive to visit Mehtab Bagh to spot the Taj Mahal from the other side of Yamuna during sunset. Later, enjoy a walk in the colourful market of Agra. Overnight in Agra.

    Day 14: Agra -Delhi (210 kms /4 hrs drive)

    early morning visit India’s most celebrated monument, the Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz. The Taj Mahal is the white marble tomb built in 22 years (1631 – 1653) by Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved queen Mumtaz. Over 20,000 craftsmen from Persia, Turkey, France, and Italy laboured for 22 years to build this masterpiece; it is also known as a symbol of eternal love and is now regarded by many as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Later, drive back to the hotel for breakfast. After that, drive to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Agra Fort and later drive continue to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, transfer to the airport for your return flight to your onward destination.

    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,300.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $2,990.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,600.00 per person

    1 person / in support vehicle / 1 shared room: From $2,100.00 per person

    Tour Dates:

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    Regal Rajasthan12-Feb-2425-Feb-2412-Jan-24
    Regal Rajasthan (Holi)16-Mar-2429-Mar-2416-Feb-24
    Regal Rajasthan3-Nov-2416-Nov-243-Oct-24
    Regal Rajasthan4-Dec-2417-Dec-254-Nov-24

    If the dates above don’t suit you, do you want to book the same itinerary as a private tour for you and your friends, or do you want to customise the Trip for you and your group of Friends? Just Plan Your Tour with us because We are tailor-made experts & our professional Team is always dedicated to designing your Motorbike Holiday, especially for you, as per your requirements, in terms of Date, Duration, and budget, with Prompt replies.

    Inclusions and Exclusions.

    INCLUDED12 nights Hotel Accommodation on Sharing basis with Breakfast.
    01 night in Desert Swiss Camp with attached European Style Toilet Twin/Double sharing basis with Breakfast & Dinner on Twin sharing basis.
    All Ground Transfers from your arrival at Delhi Airport in India to till departure from India, sightseeing & overland journey by Air Conditioned Vehicle on non-riding days.
    Royal Enfield 500 cc Motorcycle on all riding days.
    Fuel for Motorcycle.
    Experienced English speaking Motorcycle Road Captain for whole trip on his own Royal Enfield Motorcycle including his accommodation & food.
    Experienced Royal Enfield mechanic with all necessary spare parts for bikes including his accommodation & food.
    First-Aid Medical kit.
    Refreshments during rides like Packed Juice, Fresh Fruits, Biscuits, Tea, Coffee Etc.
    Back-up Vehicle (Support Car/Van) to carry your Luggage.
    Spares parts change in Motorcycle during tour. –Front tube/ Rear tube/Spark plug/Clutch and Brake Wire/Clutch and Disc brake pads/ Engine oil/Clutch Plate.
    Farewell dinner with unlimited Beer on last day of Riding.
    The services of an English speaking guide on sightseeing days.
    Assistance by friendly, knowledgeable English speaking ground representatives from the moment you arrive in India until the time you leave.
    All Currently Applicable Taxes.                            
    NOT INCLUDEDInternational Flights,
    Lunch & Dinner (except where is specified)
    Monument Entrances
    Video/Camera Fees
    Personal medical insurance (compulsory)
    Motorcycle damage
    Extra drinks
    Visa fees
    Tips (no obligation)
    Items of personal nature such as, laundry, liquor, extra drinks etc and anything which is not mentioned in included section.              

    WHAT TO BRING ON RIDE.

    Find below the detailed list of items that are required in the Tour for the safety & comfort level. We do not provide any of these, so we highly suggest to all our Riders to bring all of the required items mentioned below:

    CLOTHING & OTHER ESSENTIALS

    DRIVING LICENSE (Rider): Full and valid for 500cc motorcycle

    TRAVEL INSURANCE: Must cover riding 500 cc motorcycles

    Sunscreen/sunblock UV 30/40

    Lip balm

    Insect repellent

    Fleece/under jacket

    Kidney belt

    Warm clothes

    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us.

    Wild West – The Dream Tour – 16 Days

    We have gathered the best highlights from America’s Wild West. Stunning scenery, exciting cities, popular attractions and lots of Riding on the legendary motorcycle road Pacific Highway 1. This 16-day tour has it all: Los Angeles, Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, San Diego, Mexican border, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Utah’s national parks, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Las Vegas, Death Valley, Yosemite, San Francisco, Big Basin Redwood Park, Solvang and 4,400 kilometres of fantastic motorcycle roads. This is the Dream Tour

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONLos Angeles / Los Angeles

    Map

    Itinerary

    Day 01: Arrival – Los Angeles, California

    Welcome to Los Angeles!

    After arriving at the Los Angeles airport and picking up your luggage (Baggage claim), please exit the arrival hall to the traffic island (outside) with the “red” sign with the writing “Hotel and Courtesy Shuttle”. The hotel offers a free shuttle bus service every 30 minutes. At the hotel reception, you will be met by one of our friendly tour guides.

    When all tour participants have arrived, we will meet for a welcome greeting and refreshment, with introductions. The evening’s program will be getting to know each other and eating dinner together in true American style. Those not tired after the long journey may visit a local bar nearby.

    Day 02: Los Angeles to San Diego (Riding day 1: 212 km/132 miles)

    We will begin our Wild West tour! When everyone is ready on the bikes, we will embark on our 4,400 km long journey. LA will disappear behind us as we head south for a unique adventure full of history, excitement, and fun! This first Riding day will bring some city, some highway, and a wonderful Ride along the legendary Pacific Coast Highway 1 towards fun San Diego. We will slowly start tuning everyone into the California riding conditions and temperatures. In approximately 30 min, our first stop will be Long Beach, where we will make an extra security check of the bikes, equipment, and Riders before our tour begins for real.

    Get ready for a tasty lunch at Ruby’s Diner in Laguna Beach. Milkshakes the old-fashioned way = highly recommended! After that, we will head straight to San Diego, where we will Ride to Historic Old Town, check into the hotel, and spend the rest of the day on everything this fun city offers: the USS Midway, Maritime Museum, Little Italy, Old Town.

    Day 03: San Diego to Blythe (Riding day 2: 362 km/225 miles)

    We will leave beautiful and fun San Diego to spend the day Riding on fantastic motorcycle roads: Historic Route 94 and 98, plus Old Hwy 80. The roads will be curvy and pass through spectacular scenery. Enjoy + have your camera ready!

    Most of the day, we will Ride along the Mexico border, which is well-guarded by the U.S. Border Patrol. We will eat a Mexican lunch at a popular local diner in Calexico.

    After our stop in Calexico, we will continue northeast through the Imperial Sand Dunes, an extraordinary experience. It’s like Riding through a sandy desert with dunes on each side of the road. We guarantee a very rare experience. We will stop in the middle of the “desert” before continuing to Blythe. In the evening, we will go to a local steakhouse and eat an authentic American steak.

    Day 04: Blythe to Sedona (Riding day 3: 386 km/240 miles)

    We will start the day with a transport leg through the dry prairie landscape before riding the spectacular motorcycle roads to Prescott. Hwy 89 is one of Arizona’s best motorcycle roads, and some parts are somewhat challenging but very enjoyable! We cannot highly praise this riding experience.

    After a nice lunch in Prescott, we will continue Riding on fun & curvy motorcycle roads to Jerome ghost town. After that, we will Ride to the breathtaking natural preserve Oak Creek Canyon, where you will be surrounded by spectacular scenery and rock formations. This natural paradise might look familiar since many famous cowboy movies have been recorded here. Oak Creek Canyon is Arizona’s second most popular tourist attraction after the Grand Canyon. Our last stop will be Sedona, in the heart of Oak Creek Canyon, a unique Indian city with dramatic natural surroundings from another world. Sedona is known for its spiritual energy and a thriving cultural community.

    Day 05: Sedona to Tuba City (Riding day 4: 306 km/190 miles)

    This will be the tour highlight for many. Welcome to the Grand Canyon! We will start the day by Riding fun & curvy motorcycle roads on our way out of Oak Creek Canyon, passing Flagstaff, touching by Historic Route 66, before continuing through beautiful scenery. The helicopter base is just before the “entrance” to the Grand Canyon. Those who pre-ordered the helicopter tour will get an experience they will never forget. Hovering in the air over one of the world’s seven wonders and experiencing this natural wonder up close is almost magical. It is highly recommended! NB: Helicopter rides must be booked separately in advance.

    After the helicopter tour, we will ride a short leg to the visitor centre to see the world’s most-watched Imax movie. When you see the film, it feels almost like standing inside the Grand Canyon. We will also eat lunch here. After that, we will Ride into the Grand Canyon and spend the rest of the day here. Be ready for this year’s vacation photoshoot. Afterwards, we will set course towards another famous natural phenomenon, Monument Valley, but make an overnight stop in Tuba City.

    Day 06: Tuba City to Hanksville (Riding day 5: 399 km/248 miles)

    We will start the day by Riding to Monument Valley, one of the world’s most photographed natural phenomena. Monument Valley cannot be described in words; it must be experienced. Up close, we will share the classic Wild West landscape of sandstone rock formations. Everything has a reddish shade and is beautiful to look at. Only when you are in Monument Valley will you understand how much this area has influenced your perspective on the Wild West. These natural surroundings are also in other places, but not as perfect as exhibited here. When we ride amongst these majestic rock formations, we are in the middle of the Navajo Indians’ area, so you must get the spiritual mood up.

    We will continue to Mexican Hat, another natural phenomenon. Is it a sombrero or stone formation? Then, we will head north to Lake Powell and Utah’s national parks. This will be a Riding distance you will never forget. We will be surrounded by amazing rock formations and have a three-dimensional height perspective. We will ride through spectacular scenery on fun motorcycle roads all day. Today’s Riding will be one of the tour’s absolute highlights! We will Ride through Goosenecks State Park, Natural Bridges National Monument, Glen Canyon, Lake Powell, Goblin Valley, and Horseshoe Canyon.

    Day 07: Hanksville to Hurricane (Riding day 6: 428 km/266 miles)

    We will continue our amazing and spectacular Ride through Utah. The national parks will come one after another like beads on a string: Goblin Canyon, Capitol Reef, and Otter Creek State Park. Best of all will be our ride up and down the elevations of the Escalante staircase. We believe you will not be able to stop smiling! One of the tour highlights will be the magic of Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon’s rock formations will be difficult to describe, an experience on par with the Grand Canyon.

    We will continue through Dixie National Forest to another great National Park, Zion. Besides seeing some of the world’s finest rock formations, the roads will be particularly curvy here – “the switchbacks of Zion”! Compared to Yosemite and Grand Canyon, Zion will radiate a more aesthetic appreciation of nature.

    Day 08: Hurricane to Las Vegas (Riding day 7: 274 km/172 miles)

    Get ready for another fantastic day! We will start by Riding through spectacular Zion. Besides seeing some of the world’s finest rock formations, the roads will be particularly curvy here – “the switchbacks of Zion”! Compared to Yosemite and Grand Canyon, Zion will radiate a more aesthetic appreciation of nature.

    When we come out of Zion, it’s straight ahead to the neon-lit gambling oasis of Las Vegas. We will arrive at lunchtime, park the bikes, and spend the rest of the day exploring this exciting city. This evening, you can explore the famous “Sin City” alone. Enjoy! You will be in one of the most fun cities in the world.

    Las Vegas will have amazing architecture, unique shows, casinos, and all kinds of entertainment. Vegas will never be boring! Most attractions will be within walking distance. We highly recommend a trip to Caesar’s Palace, Bellagio, MGM, Stardust, Treasure Island, The Venetian, Mirage, Wyatt, and The Fashion Show Mall (over 200 stores). At the Mirage, you can enjoy the evening volcanic eruptions every 30 minutes, turning the garden into a flame show. Inside the casino are rare white tigers. The water show outside the Bellagio is also a memory for life.

    Day 09: Las Vegas to Lone Pine (Riding day 8: 401 km/249 miles)

    We will head west out of Las Vegas, where the road will take us to Death Valley – the hottest place on the planet outside the Equator! There will be almost no shade anywhere, and the heat will be extreme – yet nature will be fantastic & exciting. We will eat an early lunch in the middle of Death Valley. Afterwards, we will Ride through a series of turns and mountains and find ourselves located more than 30 meters below sea level. We will continue west and ride Sequoia National Park to Lone Pine, where we will stay overnight.

    Day 10: Lone Pine to Jamestown (Riding day 9: 386 km/240 miles)

    We will start the day by Riding to Bishop, where we will enjoy a coffee and some delicious pastries at the local bakery. After that, we will Ride to Mammoth Lakes, known for mountain biking in summer and skiing in winter. We will continue north to Tioga Pass before we cross Yosemite National Park. We will ride through enormous granite mountains and curvy motorcycle roads. This will require some concentration until we approach the mother of the mother of all national parks. Yosemite will draw thousands of images and rise to dizzying heights. You will experience the beautiful, wild, tame, and abundant nature that spreads around you. We will enjoy an outdoor lunch in the open wild Yosemite scenery.

    We will end the day by riding to a fun old mining village, Jamestown. On our way to Jamestown, we will ride on twisty & challenging motorcycle roads. We are confident you will have a big smile on your face. But please Ride very cautiously!

    Day 11: Jamestown to San Francisco (Riding day 10: 356 km/221 miles)

    When we Ride out of Yosemite National Park, we will ride on great motorcycle roads. We are confident you will have a big smile on your face. When we are out of Yosemite, we will continue west to Sausalito and Golden Gate Bridge, where we will take the time to enjoy the view of the bridge and beautiful San Francisco. Afterwards, we will ride across this famous bridge and into San Francisco, where we will stay near the Embarcadero and all its attractions.

    Day 12: San Francisco (Fun and Explorer Day)

    When you wake up in funny San Francisco, you might understand why Frank Sinatra left his heart in this city. The city will be a funky, individualistic, and surprisingly small place – indeed, the most liberal city in the US.

    San Francisco will have a European feel, and you will have many more opportunities for sightseeing than it is possible to adapt to our short stay here. Make sure you visit Fisherman’s Wharf while dropping by small shops and street cafes famous for some of the best seafood dishes in the world. Feel free to hop on one of the city’s famous “Cable Cars, ” a moving landmark and the heart of this amazing city! Other good options are the prison island Alcatraz (must be booked in advance), harbour cruises, Chinatown, and Lombard Street (one of America’s curviest streets). Those who wish can take a road trip to Napa Valley and taste wines.

    Day 13: San Francisco to Monterey (Riding day 11: 192 km/120 miles)

    Get ready for some fantastic Riding experiences – this day will be one of the tour’s definite highlights! We will Ride on the legendary Pacific Highway 1 by the spectacular coastline and experience our first taste of one of the most amazing motorcycle roads in the world. There are stunning views of caves and rock formations and many opportunities to take great pictures. We will also stop by the famous biker bar “Alice’s” and ride through Big Basin Redwood State Park, which is packed with curvy & narrow motorcycle roads and the famous wide Redwood trees. We will make several stops along Pacific Highway 1 and the Redwood forest before we head to Monterey.

    Monterey will be home to the world-famous Laguna Seca Automobile (known as the motorcycle racetrack). When we arrive at this spectacular seaside city, we will spend the afternoon along Cannery Row, packed with beautiful hotels, shops, and restaurants. We will eat dinner at the famous Fisherman’s Wharf.

    Day 14: Monterey – Solvang (Riding day 12: 339 km/210 miles)

    We’ll say it again: it will be hard to believe that nature can be more beautiful, but today’s ride will take your breath away. We will Ride the highly appraised Pacific Highway 1 with mountains on our left side and the Pacific Ocean on our right side. As we continue past the Big Sur, you will feel the warm California sun and delicious salty sea air on your skin. There will be several miles with fantastic views and incredible formations where the Santa Lucia Mountains meet the Pacific Ocean, creating one of the most beautiful stretches of the California coast. Today, you will enjoy a delicious warm breeze and a spectacular sunset.

    We will Ride through the beach resort Pismo Beach to the “Danish” city, Solvang (sister town of Aarhus), where we will live in a Danish Gjæstgiveri, eat at a Danish Brewery restaurant, and eat breakfast at a Danish bakery. We can even go behind the scenes to greet the Danish baker.

    Day 15: Solvang – Los Angeles (Riding day 13: 238 km/148 miles)

    We say goodbye to Solvang and continue our wonderful trip to southern California, home of the Beach Boys, Hollywood, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. We will stop for lunch in Santa Barbara, referred to by many as America’s Riviera because of its climate and geography, similar to the French and Italian Riviera.

    Having digested Santa Barbara, we will cruise down Pacific Coast Highway 1 to the famous Neptune’s Net biker restaurant & Malibu. After that, we will head straight to Los Angeles. We will return the bikes, remove our boots, and replace Riding gear with light summer clothing. We will spend the afternoon in the vicinity of the hotel. We will also have a farewell dinner together and prepare for the journey home.

    Day 16: Departure – Home Travel

    We say goodbye to America’s Wild West, LA, and return home. Group travel by shuttle to the airport.

    Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    Wild West – The Dream tour9-Jul-2424-Jul-242-Jul-24
    Wild West – The Dream tour13-Aug-2428-Aug-246-Aug-24
    Wild West – The Dream tour22-Sep-247-Oct-2415-Sep-24
    Wild West – The Dream tour6-May-2521-May-2529-Apr-25
    Wild West – The Dream tour8-Jul-2523-Jul-251-Jul-25
    Wild West – The Dream tour21-Sep-256-Oct-2514-Sep-25
    Wild West – The Dream tour5-May-2620-May-2628-Apr-26
    Wild West – The Dream tour7-Jul-2622-Jul-2630-Jun-26
    Wild West – The Dream tour20-Sep-265-Oct-2613-Sep-26

    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $5,495.00 per person

    2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $6,995.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $8,870.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $6,995.00 per person

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    INCLUDEDMotorcycle/Car rental with unlimited mileage
    1st choice vehicle model class
    Shared rooms in biker-friendly hotels
    Continental breakfast at most hotels
    National Park Entrance fees
    Welcome meeting
    Multi-lingual Tour leader
    Transport to rental company
    Support van
    State min. SLI insurance
    Loss damage Waiver
    Half-shell helmet
    Tour route descriptions
    Pictures from the tour
    NOT INCLUDEDAirfare
    Optional attractions
    Vehicle model guarantee
    Fuel
    Security deposit for LDW
    Food and beverages
    LDW Zero & insurance upgrades
    Anything not listed in “INCLUDED” above

    This tour can be taken as a self-ride; contact us for details.

    West Coast Tour – 10 Days

    Welcome to the US West Coast Tour and the magical and legendary Pacific HWY 1. This 10-day tour along the Pacific coast starts in Seattle and continues to sunny California and Los Angeles. We Ride 2.700 km (1.690 miles) on unforgettable motorcycle roads with scenery that will take your breath away. We stop in Seattle, Ocean Shores, Newport, Crescent City, Redwood National Forest, Shelter Cove, fun San Francisco, Big Basin Redwood Park, Monterey, Solvang, and exciting Los Angeles. This is the tour for those who want to experience something special

    DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONSeattle to Los Angeles or Los Angeles to Seattle

    Map

    ItinerarySouthbound

    Day 01: Arrival – Seattle, Washington

    Welcome to Seattle!

    When all tour participants arrive, we will meet for an information meeting. We will cover details about your West Coast Tour, including practical information and motorcycle and car rental checkout preparations.

    The bike you booked for the tour will be prepared, with all necessary insurance included.

    The evening’s program will involve getting to know each other and having dinner together in true American style. Those not tired after the long journey may visit a local bar nearby.

    Day 02: Seattle – Ocean Shores (Riding day 1: 395 km/247miles)

    We will begin our Magical West Coast tour!

    When everyone is ready on their bikes, we will embark on our 2,640 km long journey on the legendary Pacific 101/HWY-1.

    Seattle will disappear behind us as we head south for a unique adventure full of excitement and fun.

    The tour will start with a ferry ride from Edmond’s Ferry across Puget Sound.

    We will Ride to the Olympic National Park before continuing on the road to Ocean Shores, the most popular destination for beach enthusiasts in the state of Washington.

    Day 03: Ocean Shores – Newport (Riding day 2: 381 km/238 miles)

    Leaving Ocean Shores and heading south, most of the day will be spent on the magical Pacific Highway 101, running between the states of Washington and Oregon.

    We will Ride past Port Bruce and the “Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.”

    Some time will be spent on a two-lane bridge with large, treacherous waves breaking below us until we arrive at Cannon Beach.

    Cannon Beach, located almost on the border of Oregon, is characterised by its famous landmark, Haystack Rock.

    Lunch will be enjoyed here before continuing south in spectacular surroundings along Pacific Coast Highway 101.

    The final stop for the day is Newport, Oregon, a small coastal town to be enjoyed in the evening.

    Day 04: Newport – Crescent City (Riding day 3: 378 km/236 miles)

    Continuing south along the Pacific coast, we will Ride through beautiful small coastal towns such as Florence, Reedsport, Coos Bay, Bandon, and Brookings.

    The end stop is the picturesque beach town of Crescent City, known for its crescent-shaped and rocky coastline.

    The Ride into Crescent City begins our adventure in “The Golden State,” California.

    Day 05: Crescent City – Fort Bragg (Riding day 4: 350 km/219 miles)

    We will continue south through Redwood National Park on the road to Fort Bragg, experiencing spectacular views of the tallest and most massive trees on earth, the Redwood trees.

    The day will also mark the transition from Pacific HWY 101 to legendary Pacific Highway 1.

    Day 06: Fort Bragg – San Francisco (Riding day 5: 287  km/179 miles)

    Today’s ride will be breathtaking as we head to Mendocino and San Francisco.

    We will Ride along the stunning Pacific Highway 1, with a picturesque coastline, rugged terrain, and sapphire waves crashing against us.

    Stops will include Mendocino, the Golden Gate Bridge, and beautiful San Francisco, where we will stay near the Embarcadero and its attractions.

    Day 07: San Francisco – Monterey (Riding day 6: 192 km/120 miles)

    Prepare for fantastic Riding experiences as we continue on the legendary Pacific Highway 1, with stunning views of caves and rock formations.

    Stops will include the famous biker bar “Alice’s” and Big Basin Redwood State Park.

    We will spend the afternoon along Cannery Row in Monterey, home to the world-famous Laguna Seca Automobile race track, and have dinner at the famous Fisherman’s Wharf.

    Day 08: Monterey – Solvang (Riding day 7: 339 km/212 miles)

    Today’s ride will take your breath away as we Ride the highly praised Pacific Highway 1 with mountains on our left and the Pacific Ocean on our right.

    We will Ride through Pismo Beach to the “Danish” city, Solvang, where we will experience Danish culture.

    Day 09: Solvang – Los Angeles (Riding day 8: 238 km/149 miles)

    We will continue our trip to southern California, stopping in Santa Barbara, referred to as America’s Riviera.

    The journey will include visiting the famous Neptune’s Net biker restaurant and Malibu before heading to Los Angeles.

    Bikes will be returned, and the afternoon will be spent near the hotel, including a farewell dinner.

    Day 10: Departure Los Angeles – Travel Home

    We will say goodbye to America’s West Coast and LA and return home.

    The group will travel by shuttle to the airport.

    The Northbound of this tour is the reverse of the above.

    Please note that we reserve the right to remain adaptable to unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions that may arise while on tour; the daily schedule may be adjusted accordingly. The client’s tour remains paramount; we will ensure the tour meets your fullest expectations. 


    Tour Dates:

    TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
    West Coast Tour Southbound28-Jul-246-Aug-2428-Jun-24
    West Coast Tour Southbound27-Jul-255-Aug-2527-Jun-25
    West Coast Tour Southbound26-Aug-264-Sep-2626-Jul-26
        
    West Coast Tour Northbound6-Jul-2415-Jul-246-Jun-24
    West Coast Tour Northbound5-Jul-2514-Jul-255-Jun-25
    West Coast Tour Northbound4-Jul-2613-Jul-26427-Jun-26

    Prices (USD)

    2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $4,545.00 per person

    2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $5,895.00 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $6,895 per person

    1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $5,895 per person

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    Inclusions and Exclusions:

    INCLUDEDMotorcycle/Car rental with unlimited mileage
    1st choice vehicle model class
    Shared rooms in biker-friendly hotels
    Continental breakfast at most hotels
    National Park Entrance fees
    Welcome meeting
    Multi-lingual Tour leader
    Transport to rental company
    Support van
    State min. SLI insurance
    Loss damage Waiver
    Half-shell helmet
    Tour route descriptions
    Pictures from the tour
    NOT INCLUDEDAirfare
    Optional attractions
    Vehicle model guarantee
    Fuel
    Security deposit for LDW
    Food and beverages
    LDW Zero & insurance upgrades
    Anything not listed in “INCLUDED” above

    The above information should be taken as a guide only as things can change. If you have any questions, please contact us.