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For a few minutes, join us on a tour.

For a few minutes, join us on a tour.

You may be on the couch in the living room right now, or in the kitchen making dinner. Or maybe you're in the home office dreaming of the motorcycle trips you'd love to do one day.

Let's take a few minutes together and go on three different kinds of adventure.


The rides you're about to see are from our most popular guided tours. These trips can be anywhere from 7-16 days usually and these particular three were 2-week adventures.

Each day is carefully planned, the guides are bi-lingual and are so familiar with the routes and local places that you'll feel a part of the family at any diner or coffee shop along the route. Richard, one of our guides completed his 50th Route 66 trip last May. This is a milestone worthy of a nice celebration.

We ride for 150-250 miles each day with regular stops so everyone can take a break to stretch out, refuel, shop at trading posts, and do anything you may want to do off the bike.

On these longer trips we also have days off, usually spaced out throughout the trip to make sure you're both craving that rest day and enjoy getting back on the road the next one.

If you want to learn more about our tours, please explore GUIDED and SELF-GUIDED tour itineraries. Our team is also happy to answer any questions you may have.

Let's look at our three most popular routes now.

ROUTE 66


A long-time favorite, this guided tour is on the bucket list of thousands of riders. We have about 75 annual departures available from June until the end of September.

You begin the journey in Chicago and ride West through 8 states and 3 time zones riding through cornfields, deserts, and mountain roads to finally arrive on the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles - the official designated end of Route 66.

To learn more about this tour, please view the tour itinerary.

Note: we have a VIP Route 66 tour available that includes a trip to the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee and a Factory tour.

THE WILD WEST


If you want to park your bike at the end of each day thinking it just can't get any better and then have the same feeling the next day all over again, then this is the ride for you. 

Beginning in Los Angeles, we first enter the desert and ride through Joshua Tree National Park. After a stop in Amboy, one of the most recognized locations on the Historic Route 66, and our first big route shield on the pavement, we continue to follow a stretch of the Mother Road for several days. 

We visit some of the iconic small towns on Arizona, watch the sunset on the South Rim of Grand Canyon, enjoy a helicopter flight the next morning, and begin riding towards Monument Valley. 

We ride through Utah on one of the longest days on the trip and also one of the most memorable just to end the day miles outside Bryce Canyon National Park. In the morning we're in Bryce, then Zion, and finally after a nice meal we head south to Las Vegas. 

If this sounds like a fun trip, this is just the first half. Yosemite, San Francisco, Pacific Coast Highway, and Big Sur are next on our route.

To learn more about this tour, please view the tour itinerary.

CANADA YELLOWSTONE


A very different ride from Route 66 and Wild West, this adventure is for all the lovers of mountain passes, twisty roads, glaciers, bison, the Old American West, rodeo, and much more.

We begin the ride in Seattle and have an amazing segment of the trip riding through the Canadian Rockies, including Banff National Park, wine country, and Lake Louise.

Next on our route is Glacier National Park and Going-to-the-Sun Road, a fantastic 49-mile scenic mountain road that arguably is the hidden gem for motorcycle riding.

Montana and Wyoming greet us with quality steaks, Buffalo Bill Museum visit, rodeo night, and riding through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. If you'd like to learn more about the best national parks for motorcycle riding, take a look at our blog post on that. 

Many riders consider this to be the most advanced ride out of the three we mentioned so far. You get a lot more curves and elevation changes, but nothing you can't handle on a big touring machine. 

This is also a popular tour to do if you've already completed wither Route 66 or Wild West ones. 

To learn more about this tour, please view the tour itinerary.

WHERE TO GO FROM HERE

We loved having you with us on these visual tour adventures! Now let's make your trip ideas a reality. Our team would love to hear from you and get you set up on one of these or other trips. Most advance bookings require only a 20% deposit at the time of booking. 

If you'd love to explore more trips, these 4 below are what we'd also recommend looking into. 



Baja Mexico Tour

This tour is what we call "the last raw adventure!" This ride from Los Angeles to Cabo and back with our guides and a support van is safe, enjoyable, and unlike anything you've done before.


Alaskan Adventure Tour

New for 2020, our tours in Alaska offer both fun technical riding, great landscapes all around, and a few weeks in fun company of other riders from all over the world.


Southwest Canyon Country Tour

If you want to pack some of the best views of the Southwest into a shorter trip, this route and tour will do just that - leave you in awe and not wanting to fly back home.


Blues - Blue Ridge - BBQ Tour

If you heard of Blue Ridge Parkway and Blue Ridge mountains, enjoy American blues, and crave for some quality barbeque along the route, this may be the trip for you.


SEE YOU SOON?

Please reach out to our team to create a custom itinerary for you, answer your questions, and get you booked on any of our upcoming tours. 

We cannot wait to see you on the road. Our experienced tour guides will make you feel at home in any corner of America and you'll be completely immersed in the experience in no time. Until then, ride safe!   

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