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

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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.

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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

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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
Optional attractions
Vehicle model guarantee
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.

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