United States of America

Discover the Freedom of the Open Road: Motorcycle Tours in the USA

Welcome to the land of the free, the home of the brave, and the ultimate playground for motorcycle enthusiasts – the USA. Our motorcycle tours invite you to experience the thrill of the open road in a country as diverse as its landscapes, from the sun-kissed highways of the Southwest to the iconic routes of the Pacific Coast and beyond.

Unleash Your Wanderlust

In the USA, every mile offers a new adventure. Picture yourself cruising down the legendary Route 66, weaving through the majestic canyons of Utah, or feeling the ocean breeze along the Pacific Coast Highway. Our motorcycle tours are crafted to immerse you in the awe-inspiring beauty of America, where the road is your guide to discovery.

Explore a Mosaic of Landscapes and Cultures

From the towering skyscrapers of New York City to the serene deserts of Arizona, the USA is a mosaic of landscapes and cultures. Our tours take you beyond the tourist hotspots, allowing you to explore hidden gems, charming small towns, and the diverse tapestry of America’s rich heritage.

Led by Passionate Guides

Our experienced guides are not just experts in navigating the roads; they are passionate riders who understand the unique thrill of exploring the USA on two wheels. Let them lead you through iconic routes, share local insights, and create a camaraderie among fellow riders that transforms each tour into an unforgettable journey.

Tailored Adventures for Every Rider

Whether you’re a seasoned rider seeking the adrenaline rush of mountain passes or a leisure cruiser wanting to soak in the scenic beauty, our tours cater to all levels of experience. Choose from a fleet of well-maintained motorcycles and let us tailor an adventure that suits your style and preferences.

Why the USA? Because Every Ride is a Chapter in the American Dream

The USA is more than a destination; it’s a canvas waiting for your motorcycle to paint it with stories. Join us for an adventure that captures the spirit of freedom, the thrill of the ride, and the vast beauty of America. From sea to shining sea, every ride is a chapter in the grand narrative of the American Dream. Welcome to Motorcycle Tours in the USA – where the journey is as epic as the destination.

Click on the rides below to discover about our tours.

Buffalo Bill – The Mountain Tour – 15 Days

Coast to Coast – Cross Continent Tour 18 Days

East Coast & Smoky Mountains Blues Tour 16 Days

Golden States Run – 8 Days

Great Lakes Circle Tour – 11 Days

Historic Route 66 – 15 Days Tour 1

Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons – 7 Days

Northwest – The Cowboy Tour – 19 Days

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

West Coast Tour – 10 days

Wild West – The Dream Tour – 16 Days

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

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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 Backroads27-Jul-2410-Aug-2427-Jun-24
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.

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 tour7-May-2422-May-2430-Apr-24
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

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


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.

Northwest – The Cowboy Tour – 19 Days

The Northwest “Cowboy Tour” is a fantastic ride across America’s Great Northwest. The tour starts in Los Angeles and ends in Chicago. We ride over 3.800 miles / 6.000 km during 17 Riding days on some of the US’ best motorcycle roads: legendary Pacific Coast Highway 1 (ranked #5), “The Loneliest Road in America” ​​(US 50), Wild West run, Black Hills Run & Beartooth Highway (ranked #1 of US’ best motorcycle roads).

You will experience spectacular scenery and fun attractions: Los Angeles, “Danish” Solvang, San Francisco, Virginia City, Yellowstone, Old Faithful Geyser, Buffalo Bill’s Cody, Black Hills, Sturgis, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer Nat Park, Wildlife loop (w/wild buffalo), Badlands, Paisley Park (Price’ estate/studio) and much more. It is a 19-day adventure tour for those who love motorcycle riding on unforgettable roads, spectacular scenery, and great adventures.

Please note, although this tour goes to Sturgis it is not during the Annual Motorcycle Rally time.

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONLos Angeles / Chicago

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Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival – Los Angeles, California

When all tour participants arrive, there will be a welcome greeting and refreshments with introductions.

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

Day 02: Los Angeles – Solvang (Riding day 1: 215 km/134 miles)

The day will start with an information meeting covering details about your tour on the North West Cowboy tour.

Practical information and preparations regarding motorcycle and car rental checkout will be covered.

The hotel will be checked out to start the Cowboy adventure.

Once everyone is ready on their bikes, the North West – Cowboy tour will commence.

Los Angeles will disappear behind as the group heads west for a unique adventure full of history, adventure, and fun.

The journey will involve Riding on the legendary & spectacular Pacific Coast Highway 1 towards “Danish” Solvang.

The ride will provide a taste of one of the most amazing motorcycle roads in the world, experiencing the spectacular coastline and stunning views.

Stops will include the famous Malibu & Neptune’s Net biker restaurant, Santa Barbara & Stearns Pier, and finally, the “Danish” Solvang.

Day 03: Solvang – Monterey (Riding day 2: 339 km/210  miles)

The day will begin by bidding Solvang farewell and continuing the southern California trip.

The ride will cover the highly appraised Pacific Coast Highway 1, offering breathtaking views of mountains on the left and the Pacific Ocean on the right.

Passing through the Big Sur, participants will feel the warm California sun and enjoy the salty sea air.

The end destination for the day is Monterey, home to the world-famous Laguna Seca Automobile, a known motorcycle race track.

The afternoon will be spent exploring Cannery Row and Fisherman’s Wharf and dining at the famous Fisherman’s Wharf.

Day 04: Monterey – San Francisco (Riding day 3: 192 km/119 miles)

The day will involve Riding through Big Basin Redwood State Park, known for its curvy & narrow motorcycle roads and wide Redwood trees.

Lunch will be at the famous biker bar “Alice’s” before heading to fun San Francisco.

With its European feel, San Francisco will offer various sightseeing opportunities such as Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Lombard Street, and more.

Optional activities include visiting Alcatraz (must be booked in advance), harbour cruises, and enjoying the famous cable cars.

Day 05: San Francisco – Virginia City (Riding day 4: 428 km/266 miles)

The day will start by Riding out of San Francisco on the Golden Gate Bridge.

Heading north to Sacramento, the journey will continue “The Loneliest Highway in America (Hwy 50),” with highlights like the shores of beautiful Lake Tahoe.

The final stretch will lead to historic Virginia City.

Day 06: Virginia City – Ely (Riding day 5: 499 km/310 miles)

The day will be spent discovering how “The Loneliest Highway in America (Hwy 50)” got its name.

The ride through the dry desert-like territory will include a stop at the famous Shoetree by Middlegate.

Continuing on Hwy 50 to Eureka, an overnight stay is planned.

Day 07: Ely – West Wendover (Riding day 6: 225 km/140 miles)

The day will mark the completion of the ride on “The loneliest road in America (Hwy 50)” as the journey descends north towards Yellowstone National Park.

En route, participants will partly Ride on another famous road, “The Lincoln Highway” (US 93).

Upon reaching West Wendover, a visit to the Bonneville Salt Flats International Racing Track is planned.

Day 08: West Wendover – Garden City (Riding day 7: 384 km/240 miles)

The day will start with a “transport leg” on I-80 before turning north into Hwy-89.

Fun mountain roads will be Riden to Garden City at Bear Lake.

Day 09: Garden City – Jackson (Riding day 8: 234 km/146 miles)

The day will head towards magical Yellowstone National Park and “Wild West Run”.

Stops will include Bear Lake, Montpelier, and the historic site of Butch Cassidy’s bank robbery in Jackson.

The evening will be spent at the famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

Day 10: Jackson – Cody (Riding day 9: 379 km/237 miles)

The day will welcome another tour highlight, Riding into Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park.

Participants will Ride on one of the US’s most popular motorcycle routes, Wild West Run, passing Jackson Lake and reaching the spectacular Old Faithful Geyser.

The ride will continue in Yellowstone, featuring Grand Loop Rd, Artist Point, and live buffalo herds.

The day will end in Cody with dinner at Buffalo Bill’s historic Irma Hotel.

Day 11: Cody – Beartooth Hwy – Cody (Riding day 10: 364 km/227 miles)

The day will feature the tour highlight, the world-famous “Beartooth Highway,” ranked as the USA’s best motorcycle route.

Chief Joseph Scenic Byway will also be Riden for a lifetime experience.

After returning to Cody, participants can visit Buffalo Bill’s Center of the West.

Day 12: Cody – Gillette (Riding day 11: 408 km/255 miles)

The day will involve Riding on spectacular curvy mountain roads through Big Horn Canyon & National Forest.

Stops will include lunch & cowboy shopping in Sheridan before reaching Gillette.

Day 13: Gillette – Deadwood (Riding day 12: 257 km/160 miles)

The day will kick off the fun adventures in the Black Hills, the location of the Sturgis Bike Rally.

Stops will include Devil’s Tower, Sundance, and a Ride through beautiful Spearfish Canyon.

Deadwood will be visited, exploring its historic sites and enjoying the surroundings.

Day 14: Deadwood – Black Hills Run – Sturgis (Riding day 13: 275 km/172 miles)

The day will include Riding the famous Black Hills Run, experiencing attractions around Sturgis, and feeling the atmosphere of the Sturgis Bike Rally.

Stops will include Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, Needles Highway, Wildlife Loop, and Mt Rushmore.

The day will end in Sturgis, where we will explore the world-famous Knuckle Saloon and enjoy a Biker party!

Day 15: Sturgis – Oacoma (Riding day 14: 424 km/264 miles)

We will bid farewell to Sturgis and head east. Our initial stop will be the famous Wall Drug, offering a truly unique experience and the last chance to cowboy up.

Continuing on, we will reach the spectacular Badlands National Park. The rugged beauty of Badlands draws visitors from around the world. These striking geological deposits house some of the richest collections of fossils. Once, old mammals like rhinoceros, horses, and sabre-toothed tigers roamed this area. The park’s 244,000 acres consist of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn, prairie dogs, and Blackfoot ferrets live today.

Lunch will be enjoyed within the Badlands, absorbing its unique atmosphere.

After exploring the Badlands, the journey will take us into Cheyenne Indian territory, known for being the filming location of the famous movie “Dancing with Wolves” (Kevin Costner). We will Ride through this beautiful territory to the small town of Oacoma, where we will spend the night.

Day 16: Oacoma – Worthington (Riding day 15: 334 km/209 miles)

This day will involve a Ride through farm country with lots of cornfields, in a geographical area where many Scandinavian immigrants settled.

Our first stop will be at “The world’s only Corn Palace”. Continuing the journey, we’ll visit “Porter Sculpture Park” featuring a 60-Foot Bull Head Sculpture before Riding to Sioux Falls for a late lunch.

After lunch, we will head to our final destination, Worthington.

Day 17: Worthington – Lake City (Riding day 16: 384 km/240 miles)

For music lovers, this day will be a historical one. We will visit Paisley Park, Prince’s private estate & production complex, featuring artifacts from his life.

Later, we will Ride to Lake City along the beautiful Hwy 61 along the Mississippi River.

Day 18: Lake City – Chicago (Riding day 17: 550 km/343miles)

As our Cowboy adventure approaches its end, we embark on the last Riding day. We continue our beautiful Ride along the Mississippi River until lunch.

After that, we will navigate backroads to Chicago, where we will return the bikes. We savour our last riding day together before having our final tour dinner. Congratulations on completing a successful North-West Cowboy tour adventure!

Day 19: Departure Chicago – Travel Home

We bid farewell to America’s North West, Chicago, and begin our journey back 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.


Tour Dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Northwest – The Cowboy Tour9-Jul-2427-Jul-249-Jun-24
Northwest – The Cowboy Tour8-Jul-2526-Jul-258-Jun-25
Northwest – The Cowboy Tour7-Jul-2625-Jul-267-Jun-26

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $5,995.00 per person

2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $7,695.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $9,695.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $7,695.00 per person

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


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

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

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

Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons – 7 Days

Welcome to an amazing 8-day tour in the blazing canyons and spectacular Nevada, Arizona and Utah national parks. We visit the breathtaking Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Mexican Hat, Moab, Arches National Park, Zion, and Red Rock Canyon. We ride on exciting roads like Escalante Stairway, Veterans Memorial Hwy (Hwy95) and Oatman Highway. This tour includes fun attractions like Las Vegas (2 nights), cowboy town Williams, and historic Route 66 towns (Oatman–Kingman–Hackberry–Seligman). This is the perfect one-week getaway for a short dream vacation.

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONLas Vegas / Las Vegas

Map

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival – Las Vegas, Nevada

When all tour participants arrive, there will be a welcome greeting and refreshments with introductions.

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

Day 02: Las Vegas – Williams (Riding day 1: 451 km/284 miles)

We will start the day with an information meeting covering details about your tour of the Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons.

Practical information and preparations regarding motorcycle and car rental checkout will be covered.

After the meeting, bikes or cars will be picked up.

When everyone is ready on their bikes, the ride on the 1,254 miles / 2,008 km long Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons tour will begin.

The day will include desert riding in scorching conditions and wonderful scenery.

The ride starts by Riding “the strip” and taking a group photo at the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.

The journey will head towards Oatman, an old mining town in western Mohave County, established in 1915 by gold diggers.

Stops will include Kingman, Hackberry, and a small traditional Route 66 gas station in Hackberry.

The day will end with an overnight stay in Seligman and Williams.

Day 03: Williams – Tuba City (Riding day 2: 222 km/138 miles)

This day will be a highlight for many as we head to the Grand Canyon.

The ride will take us to the Grand Canyon helicopter base for those who have booked the helicopter tour.

After the helicopter tour, a short trip will be made to the visitor centre, followed by a Ride into the Grand Canyon for the rest of the day.

The journey will continue towards another famous natural phenomenon, Monument Valley, with an overnight stop in Tuba City.

Day 04: Tuba City – Moab (Riding day 3: 420 km/262  miles)

Starting the day by Riding to Monument Valley, one of the world’s most photographed natural phenomena.

The ride will provide an up-close experience of the classic Wild West landscape of sandstone rock formations.

The journey will continue to Mexican Hat and then north to Moab, located at the entrance of Arches National Park.

The evening will be spent in Moab’s spectacular surroundings.

Day 05: Moab – Hanksville (Riding day 4: 283 km/176 miles)

Another highlight awaits as the day starts by exploring Moab and Arches National Park, known for its unforgettable rock formations.

After absorbing the beauty of Arches National Park, the Ride will continue along the Colorado River Run towards Red Cliffs Lodge.

The journey will then head towards Hanksville for an overnight stay.

Day 06: Hanksville – Kanab (Riding day 5: 379  km/235 miles)

The amazing and spectacular Ride through Utah will continue, passing through national parks like Goblin Canyon, Capitol Reef, Thousand Lake, and Otter Creek State Park.

One of the tour highlights will be the magic of Bryce Canyon, with difficult-to-describe rock formations.

The journey will continue through Dixie National Forest to another great National Park, Zion.

Day 07: Kanab – Las Vegas (Riding day 6: 386 km/241 miles)

The day will start by Riding through spectacular Zion, with curvy roads known as “the switchbacks of Zion.”

Upon exiting Zion, the journey will reach the neon-lit gambling oasis of Las Vegas.

The rest of the day will be spent exploring the exciting city. The evening will be free for personal exploration of the famous “Sin City.”

Day 08: Las Vegas and Travel Home

We say goodbye to the Vegas & Blazing Canyons tour and Las Vegas, returning 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.


Tour dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons23-Apr-2430-Apr-2423-Mar-24
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons1-Oct-248-Oct-241-Sep-24
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons5-Nov-2412-Nov-245-Oct-24
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons22-Apr-2529-Apr-2522-Mar-25
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons30-Sep-257-Oct-2530-Aug-25
Las Vegas & Blazin’ Canyons4-Nov-2511-Nov-254-Oct-25

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $3,245.00 per person

2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $3,995.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $4,795.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $3,995.00 per person

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


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

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

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

Great Lakes Circle Tour – 11 Days

The Great Lakes Circle Tour heads north into Canada, travelling around the five Great Lakes: Michigan, Erie, Ontario, Superior and Huron. Plus, you’ll have the once-in-a-lifetime experience of checking out the infamous Niagara Falls. The 2,500-mile nine-day tour will start with a ride to Wisconsin, then Minnesota, where you’ll cross the border into Canada. You will experience the curves, turns, and views of riding near the historic lakes. As you head back into the U.S., you will ride to New York, stopping at the historical Niagara Falls, then travelling from the East Coast back to the Midwest to complete the circle. A tour full of spectacular views, scenery & fun attractions.

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONChicago / Chicago

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Itinerary

Day 01: Departure – Arrival Chicago, IL

Tomorrow, we will welcome you to Chicago! Once all tour participants have arrived, we will gather for a welcome reception and refreshments, introducing everyone. The evening’s program will focus on getting to know each other. Feel free to join us at a local bar nearby if you’re not too tired after the journey.

Day 02: Chicago – Eau Claire, WI  (Riding day 1: 489 km/304 miles)

Tomorrow, we will kick off our 3,900 km (2,440 miles) journey as everyone gets ready on their bikes. Chicago will disappear behind us as we venture into beautiful Wisconsin. Our destination for the evening is Eau Claire, where we will spend our first night together.

Day 03: Eau Claire – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada (Riding day 2: 533 km/249 miles)

On the following day, we will cross the border into Canada, heading north and passing through Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. A pit stop in Duluth will offer our first views of the stunning Lake Superior. Enjoy the scenic ride on Hwy 61 along Lake Superior before crossing the Canadian border and reaching Thunder Bay, known for its long ski jump slopes.

Day 04: Thunder Bay – Wawa, Ontario, Canada  (Riding day 3: 477 km/296 miles)

We will continue our magical ride on Hwy 17 along Lake Superior, passing by Pukaskwa National Park before reaching Wawa, which is located close to the lake and Lake Superior Park.

Day 05: Wawa – Sudbury, Ontario, Canada  (Riding day 4: 532 km/339 miles)

Our journey south along the eastern shores of Lake Superior will continue, taking us deep into Lake Superior Provincial Park. Lunch at the historic Sault Ste. A scenic trek along the US and Canada borders will follow the Marie Canal. The day will end in Greater Sudbury, the largest city in Northern Ontario, where we’ll mingle with locals in a historic mining town eatery.

Day 06: Sudbury – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada  (Riding day 5: 484 km/301 miles)

Continuing our spectacular ride on Canada’s Hwy 148, we’ll enjoy views along Lake Nipissing before reaching Canada’s capital, Ottawa. The evening will be spent exploring this fascinating city.

Day 07: Ottawa – Victor, NY  (Riding day 6: 409 km/254 miles)

The next day, we’ll leave Canada and head south on US grounds. Our route will take us to Alexandra Bay, along the beautiful Lake Ontario. The day will conclude in Victor, where we will spend the evening.

Day 08: Victor – Niagara Falls – Hamburg, NY  (Riding day 7: 234 km/145 miles)

Tomorrow will be a spectacular day for the history books. We will ride to the legendary Niagara Falls, visiting Niagara Falls National Park with breathtaking views and scenery. After absorbing the beauty of Niagara Falls, we’ll head to Hamburg, named after its German counterpart, for the night.

Day 09: Hamburg – Fremont, OH  (Riding day 8: 425 km/264 miles)

On the following day, we’ll ride along another Great Lake: Lake Erie. Covering over 400 km/250 miles along this beautiful lake, we’ll stop in Cleveland before reaching our destination, Fremont.

Day 10: Fremont – Chicago, IL  (Riding day 8: 425 km/264 miles)

Every great adventure has an end, and so does ours. On this day, we will have our last riding day as we return to Chicago. We’ll return our bikes and switch to normal gear towards Lake Michigan. The day will be covered with a farewell dinner as we celebrate our Great Lakes ride.

Day 11: Departure – Chicago – Travel Home

This is the final day, we will bid farewell to the Great Lakes & Canada adventures and head home. The group will 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.


Tour dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Great Lakes Circle Tour18-Jul-2428-Jul-2418-Jun-24
Great Lakes Circle Tour28-Jul-247-Aug-2428-Jun-24
Great Lakes Circle Tour17-Jul-2527-Jul-2517-Jun-25
Great Lakes Circle Tour27-Jul-256-Aug-2527-Jun-25
Great Lakes Circle Tour16-Jul-2626-Jul-2616-Jun-26
Great Lakes Circle Tour26-Jul-265-Aug-2626-Jun-26

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 bike / 1 shared room: From $4,495.00 per person

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

1 person / 1 bike / 1 single room: From $6,745.00 per person

1 person / 1 bike / 1 shared room: From $5,495.00 per person

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


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.

Golden States Run – 8 Days

Welcome to an amazing 8-day tour with the best attractions and spectacular national parks in California, Arizona, and Nevada. We visit breathtaking Joshua Tree National Park, Lake Havasu, Oatman Miner Town on Historic Route 66, try our luck on the casinos in Laughlin, and enjoy beautiful Mohave National Preserve and Big Bear Lake. On our journey, we ride on some exiting roads like Pines to Palms Highway, Oatman Highway, spectacular Angeles Crest Hwy/CA-2 (ranked US #10 best motorcycle road), and breathtaking Pacific Coastal Highway 1 (ranked US #5). This tour is also packed with fun attractions like San Diego, Santa Ysabel, miner/cowboy town Oatman, and Santa Monica.  This is a tremendous one-week getaway vacation!

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONLos Angeles / Los Angeles

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Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival – Arrival Los Angeles, California

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

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

We will embark on our Golden States Run tour when everyone is ready on the bikes. 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 at approx. Thirty minutes later, our first stop is Long Beach, where we will make an extra security check of the bikes, equipment, and Riders before our tour begins.

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 in to the hotel, and spend the rest of the day on everything this fun city offers: the USS Midway, Maritime Museum, Little Italy, and Old Town.

Day 03: San Diego – Palm Springs, California (Riding day 2: 231 km/145 miles)

Today, we will ride into the desert to stay in legendary Palm Springs, home of the rich & famous. After we exit San Diego through Ramona, we will stop at Santa Ysabel, home of the famous homemade pies. Be ready for a delicious treat, and try not to overeat. You will probably want to buy more to bring with you for the rest of the tour.

We will continue our tour on fun Pines to Palms Hwy, which has some spectacular views, so keep your cameras ready. Our end stop is Palm Springs, where we will spend an exciting evening together.

Day 04: Palm Springs – Lake Havasu, Arizona (Riding day 3: 390 km/242 miles)

Today will be mostly desert riding. We will start the day by Riding through beautiful Joshua Tree National Park, home to spectacular rock and desert formations. We will continue to Lake Havasu, where we will enjoy a nice ride along the lake shores before we end up in Lake Havasu City. This evening you can visit the London Bridge.

Day 05: Lake Havasu – Laughlin, Nevada (Riding day 4: 164 km/102 miles)

We will head north towards Kingman and Historic Route 66, called “The Mother Road”. As thousands of pilgrims before us, we will Ride Route 66 to the west. You will experience a spectacular Ride to Oatman, an old mining village/western village established by two gold diggers in 1915. The Riding distance to the Oatman consists of narrow, curvy roads at different height levels, with mountain and desert landscapes—ideal for filming, perhaps the best opportunity on tour. In Oatman, remember to lock your bikes and watch out for donkeys & outlaws in the streets. We will continue on Route 66 before we Ride straight to Laughlin. Welcome to casinos and playgrounds!

Day 06: Laughlin – Big Bear Lake, California (Riding day 5: 416 km/259 miles)

It will be a day of desert Riding and get hot. We will Ride through “Mojave National Preserve,” known for its singing dunes, cinder cone volcanoes, a large Joshua tree forest, and carpets of spring wildflowers. We will continue towards Calico Ghost Town and eat lunch in Barstow before Riding to Big Bear Lake’s beautiful vacation resort, where we will spend our last magical evening together on the road.

Day 07: Big Bear Lake – Los Angeles, California (Riding day 6: 256 km/159 miles)

We will end our tour with a big bang. Today, you will experience the magical roads and spectacular views on one of the US’s Best motorcycle roads: Angeles Crest Highway (CA-2). It will be a breathtaking, once-in-a-lifetime riding experience for the history books! Make sure to have your cameras ready and fully charged!

We will make several stops and take our time on Angels Crest Highway before we head towards Los Angeles. We will return our bikes and check in to the hotel before we Ride to Santa Monica Pier, the end of Historic Route 66, and our Farewell party.

Day 08: Los Angeles and Travel Home.

We will say goodbye to the Golden States Run, Los Angeles, and return 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.


Tour Dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Golden State Run20-May-2427-May-2420-Apr-24
Golden State Run15-Jul-2422-Jul-2415-Jun-24
Golden State Run30-Sep-247-Oct-2430-Aug-24
Golden State Run19-May-2526-May-2519-Apr-25
Golden State Run14-Jul-2521-Jul-2514-Jun-25
Golden State Run29-Sep-256-Oct-2529-Aug-25

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $3,245.00 per person

2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $3,995.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $4,795.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $3,995.00 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.

East Coast & Smoky Mountains Blues Tour – 16 Days

Welcome to an amazing 16-day US Historic East Coast tour with many music experiences. We ride the magical Blue Ridge Parkway, challenging Tail of the Dragon, Cherohala Scenic Skyway, Devils Triangle, Diamondback and several of the best US back roads. In addition, we will explore the legendary Blues District with New Orleans, Memphis, Elvis’ Graceland and Blues Route Hwy 61. On our way to the breathtaking Smoky Mountains, we stop in Homosassa, Don Garlits Drag Racing Museum, and spend two nights in Nashville, Music City (we visit the County Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Grand Ole Opry, Johnny Cash Museum, Music Ride, etc.).

DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATIONOrlando / Orlando

Map

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival- Orlando, Florida

When all tour participants arrive, we will meet for a welcome greeting and refreshments, accompanied by introductions. The evening’s program will involve getting to know each other and having dinner together in true American style. Those who are not tired after the long journey may choose to visit a local bar nearby.

Day 02: Orlando – Homosassa (Riding day 1: 192 km/120 miles)

The day begins with an information meeting covering the East Coast & Blue Ridge Parkway tour. Practical information & preparations regarding motorcycle and car rental checkout at Explorify Motorcycle Rentals will also be covered. After the meeting, we pick up our bikes or cars.

Once everyone is ready on their bikes, we commence our ride on the 4,200 km/2,600 miles long East Coast & Blue Ridge Parkway Adventure tour. We bid farewell to Orlando, set our course west, and started by Riding past beautiful Lake Apopka. Our journey includes visiting the world-famous Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing, offering an up-close view of the sport’s fascinating evolution. After a delightful lunch, we enjoy a scenic Ride on the Florida west coast, reaching our destination, Homosassa.

Day 03: Homosassa – Destin (Riding day 2: 550 km/343 miles)

Today promises a spectacular ride along the Florida coast and beaches. We Ride through Apalachicola National Forest, passing the breathtaking Cape San Blas. Our route takes us along the Mexico & Panama City beaches before reaching Destin, where we’ll enjoy a pleasant evening on the pier.

Day 04: Destin – New Orleans (Riding day 3: 433 km/268 miles)

Continuing our ride along the beautiful Gulf shores and the Mexican Gulf, we traverse the US states of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. We reach the mythical New Orleans when we ride through harbours, bridges, and sumps (Moss Point, Biloxi, Gulfport, Bay St. Louis). Upon checking into our hotel in the French Quarter, we gather for dinner on the famous Bourbon Street, immersing ourselves in true New Orleans style.

Day 05: New Orleans (Explorer and Fun Day)

This day is dedicated to exploring New Orleans, one of the world’s most fascinating cities. With its unique blend of history and influences from Europe, the Caribbean, Africa, and beyond, New Orleans offers a brilliant mosaic of culture, food, and music. There’s much to discover, from “gumbo” to jazz clubs, historical suburbs, and year-long festivals.

Day 06: New Orleans – Vicksburg (Riding day 4: 389 km/243 miles)

Heading north on Hwy 61, The Blues Route, towards Baton Rouge and historic Vicksburg, our final stop for the day. Vicksburg played a central role in the American Civil War, witnessing a legendary battle between General Grant and Lee. We explore the National Monument, Old Courthouse, and the Coca-Cola Museum, as Vicksburg is the birthplace of the famous drink. The evening unfolds at one of the city’s lively blues clubs.

Day 07: Vicksburg – Memphis (Riding day 5: 357 km/223 miles)

Starting our Blues & Music tour, we head north on Highway 61, reaching Tunica’s famous “Gateway to the Blues”. A stop at the Blues Visitor Centre and Museum and at “The Crossroads” (symbolic of Robert Johnson’s favourite blues song) adds musical history to our journey. Hwy 61, The Blues Route, known from Bob Dylan’s album “Highway 61 Revisited,” leads us to Memphis.

Day 08: Memphis – Graceland – Nashville (Riding day 6: 396 km/248 miles)

A highlight of the tour awaits as we visit Graceland, the home of the legendary King of Rock’n Roll, Elvis Aaron Presley. The morning is spent absorbing the story of Elvis’s life and artistry. Departing from Graceland, we head to another music city, Nashville, also known as “Music City,” spending the evening at the famous “Music Ride.”

Day 09: Nashville (Fun and Explorer Day)

It is a day dedicated to music lovers, where you can explore Nashville’s streets and music venues on Music Ride, visit the local Harley Davidson store, or delve into the city’s rich music history. For those interested, the day begins with a visit to the famous “Country Music Hall of Fame,” “RCA Studio B,” and the “Johnny Cash Museum,” followed by an evening of fun Music Ride.

Day 10: Nashville – Sevierville (Riding day 7: 386 km/241 miles)

Leaving Nashville with joyful memories, we head towards the famous Great Smoky Mountains National Park, home to some of the best motorcycle roads. Riding along small, curvy roads, we conquer the incredible Devil’s Triangle, ending the day in Sevierville for a relaxing evening.

Day 11: Sevierville – Smoky Mountains (Riding day 8: 339 km/210 miles)

This day becomes a lifetime memory as we ride some of the best motorcycle roads in the US, including the famed US 129 “Tail of The Dragon” and “Cherohala (scenic) Skyway.” Riders can choose which one to ride twice, taking time to savour the ride and the spectacular scenery and ensuring everyone’s safety. Note: Caution is advised on challenging roads like the “Tail of the Dragon.” For those who prefer, staying in Sevierville for pool relaxation or shopping at Tanger Outlet is an option.

Day 12: Smoky Mountains- Little Switzerland (Riding day 9: 323 km/202 miles)

Embarking on another day for the history books, we spend the day riding the breathtaking Blue Ridge Parkway, ranked as the US #2 best motorcycle road. Starting with a visit to the “Wheels Through Time” museum, we end the day in Little Switzerland, a small European-inspired mountain town, soaking in the views.

Day 13: Little Switzerland – Savannah (Riding day 10: 303 km/309 miles)

The day starts with a challenging ride on “The Diamondback” (Hwy 226A). Our journey continues towards Savannah and the Florida coast. Along the way, we make a stop in Norway and Denmark.

Day 14: Savannah – St. Augustine (Riding day 11: 303 km/188 miles)

Heading south toward warmer climates and Florida beaches, we begin Riding the famous Highway 1 before reaching St. Augustine, the former capital of Florida. Our day ends in Historic St. Augustine, a major tourist attraction, where we enjoy a pleasant evening.

Day 15: St. Augustine – Daytona Beach – Orlando (Riding day 12: 204 km/128 miles)

Today, we will Ride next to the Atlantic Ocean to Daytona “Biker” Beach. We will embark on the famous “Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail,” a 50 km double loop of road that will cross some of the most beautiful and diverse scenery in Northeast Florida. “The Loop” won’t be like other rides; you will enjoy the freedom, sunshine, open roads, and graceful curves—a dream for all motorcycle enthusiasts. The comfortable ride is a must for those who like an open highway and Florida’s natural beauty. We will Ride to Destination Daytona (by the world’s largest Harley Davidson dealer, Bruce Ross Meyer, with a showroom of 109,000 sq. ft.). Here, we will have our lunch and enjoy the great atmosphere.

Afterwards, we will start our final leg to return our bikes/cars and celebrate everyone making it home safe after a fun and eventful tour. We will head to International Ride, ending the day at the fun B.B. Kings Blues Club. We will celebrate everyone making it home safely after a fun & eventful tour together.

Day 16: Departure Orlando – Travel Home.

We will say goodbye to America’s Smoky Mountain Blues Tour, Orlando, and return 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.


Tour dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
East Coast Blues Tour16-Jul-2431-Jul-2416-Jun-24
East Coast SMT – Girls only28-Sep-2413-Oct-2428-Aug-24
East Coast Blues Tour29-Sep-2414-Oct-2422-Aug-24
East Coast Blues Tour15-Jul-2530-Jul-2515-Jun-25
East Coast Blues Tour28-Sep-2513-Oct-2528-Aug-25
East Coast Blues Tour21-Jul-265-Aug-2621-Jun-26
East Coast Blues Tour21-Sep-266-Oct-2621-Aug-26

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $5,445.00 per person

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

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $8,695.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $6,995 per person


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 the 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.

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

Coast to Coast – Cross Continent Tour – 18 Days

This tour is an “Adventure Tour”, one of our longest rides, stretching, as the name suggests, from coast to coast on the North American continent. We ride approximately 3.800 miles, crossing nine U.S. states and three time zones and can be taken Eastbound and Westbound.

You get a deep dive into “Real America” and its grandeur. The tour has goodies and hand-picked experiences: big cities, ocean, desert, mountain, prairie, fantastic motorcycle and back roads. The program includes Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Venice Beach,  San Diego, Tombstone, Pecos (Rodeo), El Paso, San Antonio, New Orleans, the Mexican Gulf, USS Alabama, Cape San Blas, Tallahassee, Daytona “Biker” Beach, Miami, alligators in the Everglades and Orlando.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONLos Angeles / Orlando or Orlando / Los Angeles

Map –

Eastbound Itinerary.

Day 1: Departure – Arrival Los Angeles, California

Upon your arrival at the Los Angeles airport and collecting your luggage (Baggage claim), you will exit the arrival hall to the traffic island (outside) with the “red” sign with the writing “Hotel and Courtesy Shuttle.” Look for a mini-bus with a sign indicating your Los Angeles hotel. The hotel will provide a free shuttle bus service every 30 minutes. For the hotel’s address, refer to the information above. At the hotel reception, you will be greeted by one of our friendly tour guides. NB: The hotel will not allow check-in until 3:00 pm (15:00).

Once all tour participants have arrived, we will gather for a welcome greeting. The evening’s program will revolve around getting to know each other and sharing dinner together in true American style. Those who are not tired after the long journey may choose to visit a local bar nearby.

Day 2: Los Angeles – San Diego (Riding day 1: 212 km/132 miles)

We will start the day with an information meeting to cover information about your Easy Rider Coast to Coast Tour tour. We will also cover practical information & preparations regarding MC and car rental checkout. Afterwards, we will begin our Coast to Coast Cross Continent tour!

When everyone is ready on the bikes, we will embark on our 6,400 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 an incredible Ride along the legendary Pacific Coast Highway 1 towards fun San Diego. We will slowly tune everyone into California’s Riding conditions and temperatures. In approximately thirty minutes, 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.

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, and Old Town.

Day 3: San Diego – Yuma (Riding day 2: 362 km/225 miles).

Get ready for a spectacular riding day! We will start the day with a spectacular ride on the famous Old Hwy 80 and Historic Hwy 94. Look out for curvy roads & incredible scenery! We will continue by riding very close along the Mexican border and see how many resources the US uses to protect their border. We will even ride through a checkpoint. Then, we will ride to the Desert View Tower, which will have a fantastic view over the valley. We will eat our lunch in Calexico, close to the Mexican border.

The second half of this day will be nothing less than spectacular. We will ride through the Imperial Sand Dunes, where you will experience how it is to Ride in a natural sand desert. It will be a rarely unique experience. After that, we will head to Yuma, where we will spend the evening in the cozy historic district.

Day 4: Yuma – Tucson (Riding day 3: 489 km/304 miles)

We will head for Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and eat lunch near the Space Age lodge in Gila Bend after arriving in downtown Tucson for cowboy shopping at Boot Barn.

Day 5: Tucson – Tombstone (Riding day 4: 270 km/170 miles)

Welcome to another day of riding breathtaking MC roads. We will start the day by riding to the top of Mt. Lemmon at 2,792m. It’s a beautiful ride; we guarantee you will smile to the top of the mountain. We will take a drink & enjoy the view before we head through Coronado National Forest and into the old Wild West & the famous old western city Tombstone, where we will visit O.K. Corral (the sight of the gunfight between the Earp brothers & the Clanton’s), Boot Hill, and the famous Big Nose Saloon.

Day 6: Tombstone – El Paso (Riding day 5: 460 km/290 miles)

We will continue our ride in the old Wild West and visit the famous old western city, Bisbee. After that, we will Ride to the Geronimo surrender monument, located close to where Geronimo surrendered, which also marked the end of Indian warfare in the US. Afterwards, we will head to Columbus, the historical site of the Pancho Villa raid & his death mask. We will ride along the Mexican Border to El Paso, where we will ride the breathtaking Scenic Ride and stop at the mountain viewpoint, where you can see two states (Texas & Mexico). We will also visit Barnett’s Harley Davidson, the world’s largest selection of Harley Davidson motorcycles.

Day 7: El Paso – Alpine (Riding day 6: 470 km/294 miles)

We will start by Riding to Salt Flats, where we will also visit the Salt Flat Café. We will continue through Davis Mountains State Park before we have a spectacular ride from Mt. Livermore to Fort Davis on the way to Alpine.

Day 8: Big Bend National Park (Riding day 7: 442 km/277 miles)

This day will be dedicated to exploring & enjoying the beautiful Big Bend National Park. We will ride through the park and visit several viewpoints, so hold your cameras ready! It will also be a scorching day, so please dress accordingly.

Day 9: Alpine – Del Rio (Riding day 8: 334 km/208 miles)

As we head across Texas, it will be another riding day in the Wild West. We will start by exploring the legendary Judge Roy Bean saloon, also known as “the law west of Pecos”. We will continue to the beautiful Seminole Canyon, known for its many archaeological artifacts. Then, we will head to Del Rio to taste wine at the local Val Verde Winery.

Day 10: Del Rio – San Antonio (Riding day 9: 321 km/200 miles)

We will Ride out of Del Rio and start climbing the Texas mountains. We will make a pit stop in Camp Wood before we ride one of the famous Three Sisters and make several stops. NB: Be aware of other bikers who have also travelled to ride these fantastic USMC roads. After absorbing the Three Sisters and buying our patch & t-shirt, we will head for Leakey to eat lunch at a popular biker bar. After lunch, we will Ride to San Antonio to enjoy the evening on the fascinating and cozy River Walk.

Day 11: San Antonio – Galveston (Riding day 10: 436 km/271 miles)

Today, we leave the inland and head for the beautiful US coastal shores. We reach Surfside Beach and ride along the coastal beaches before arriving at the lively coastal & vacation city, Galveston.

Day 12: Galveston – New Iberia (Riding day 11: 390 km/243 miles)

We continue our Ride along the beautiful coast & shores. We embark on a local ferry before we ride through spectacular Gilchrist and Pecan Island. After that, we head inland again towards New Iberia.

Day 13: New Iberia – New Orleans (Riding day 12: 192 km/120 miles)

Today is Swamp Day & experiencing alligators up close. We head south for the Louisiana swamps for a boat tour with the Cajun man, who will feed wild free alligators right before you. Be ready for an exciting lifetime experience! After we have chilled our nerves, we continue our beautiful coast ride to the mythical New Orleans and check in at our hotel in the French Quarter. When everyone is settled in their rooms, we meet for dinner on the famous Bourbon Street, where we will spend the rest of the evening in true New Orleans style. You are in one of the US’s most exciting and fun cities. Enjoy!

Day 14: New Orleans (Fun and Explorer Day)

This day, we will explore New Orleans, one of the world’s most fascinating cities. It will have a unique blend of history & influences from Europe, the Caribbean, Africa, and other continents. It will be a brilliant mosaic of culture, food & music. Here, you will find full plates of “gumbo”, long nights in jazz- & blues clubs, historical suburbs, and consuming festivals year-long.

We will start the day with a guided bus tour (optional) around most of the city’s popular attractions, where we will get an instant introduction to the city’s rich history. After that, we will embark on a spectacular cruise on the Mississippi River on the old steamer boat Natchez (also where we eat lunch).

We will continue enjoying Bourbon Street and its numerous blues & jazz clubs in the evening. There will be a unique & rich atmosphere. A visit to” The House of The Rising Sun” is highly recommended.

Day 15: New Orleans – Destin (Riding day 13: 433 km/343 miles)

We will continue our ride along the beautiful Gulf shores and the Mexican Gulf through the US states of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. We will Ride through harbours, bridges, and sumps (Moss Point, Biloxi, Gulfport, and Bay St. Louis). We will make an interesting stop at the battleship USS Alabama. Afterwards, we will head for Destin, where we will enjoy a lovely evening on the wharf.

Day 16: Destin – Homosassa (Riding day 14: 550 km/343 miles)

Today will be another spectacular ride along the Florida coast & beaches. We will start by Riding along the Mexico & Panama City beaches. After that, we will ride through Apalachicola National Forest to our destination, Homosassa, where we will spend a joyful evening at the local bar.

Day 17: Homosassa – Daytona Beach (Riding day 15: 203 km/126 miles)

We will start our exciting journey across Florida, the Sunshine State. We will say goodbye to Homosassa, set course east, and Ride to the world-famous Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing, where you will get an up-close view of the fascinating beginning and evolution of the sport of drag racing. Afterwards, we will head straight to Daytona Beach & Biketoberfest to cruise down the legendary Main Street and take our picture below the famous Daytona “Biker” Beach sign.

Day 18: Daytona Beach – Orlando (Riding day 16: 199 km/125 miles)

We will embark on the famous “Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail”, a 50 km double loop of road that crosses some of the most beautiful & diverse scenery in Northeast Florida. “The Loop” is unlike other rides; enjoy the freedom, sunshine, open road, and graceful curves; it is a dream for all motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere. The comfortable ride is a must for those who like an open highway and Florida’s natural beauty. We will end our beautiful ride by visiting Destination Daytona (by the world’s largest Harley Davidson dealer, Bruce Ross Meyer, with a showroom of 109,000 sq. ft.). Here we will eat our lunch and enjoy the great atmosphere. After that, we will start our final leg to return our bikes/cars and celebrate everyone making it home safe after a fun & eventful tour together. Day 19: Departure Orlando – Home Travel We will say goodbye to America’s Coast to Coast Adventure tour, Orlando, and return home. Group travel by shuttle to the airport.


Map –


Tour dates:

TourDate fromDate toBooking deadline
Coast to Coast – Eastbound22-Sep-2410-Oct-2422-Aug-24
Coast to Coast – Eastbound21-Sep-259-Oct-2521-Aug-25
Coast to Coast – Westbound23-Mar-2410-Apr-2423-Feb-24
Coast to Coast – Westbound22-Mar-259-Apr-2522-Feb-25

Prices (USD)

2 people / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $6,145.00 per person

2 people / 2 vehicles / 1 shared room: From $7,995.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 single room: From $9,995.00 per person

1 person / 1 vehicle / 1 shared room: From $7,995.00 per person

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


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

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

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