EagleRider’s Las Vegas National Park Motorcycle Tour begins in exciting Las Vegas, Nevada and takes you on an eight day journey through some of America’s famous National Parks and Attractions. You will visit the man-made Hoover Dam, cruise the world famous Route 66 highway, ride through the beautiful Red Rocks in Sedona, Arizona and then make your way to the breath taking Grand Canyon. The Zion National Park is next on the list before heading back to Las Vegas for some much needed relaxation. Book your Las Vegas National Park Self-Drive Tour today!
Las Vegas National Park self guided tour
What a Fantastic adventure! We pick up our bike on Oct 2 and hit the open road for 6 fantastic days. The route that was suggested left us with minimal time on the interstates and pointed out so many points of interest that we may have missed if we were traveling unguided. The hotel accommodations were superior and the check in process was smooth and easy at every stop. With the accommodations being prepaid and reserved there were no worries if there would be a room available leaving us with more time to enjoy our journey. The unique landscape of the desert southwest is something that my husband and I have never before experienced being from the east coast. There was so much to see and do, we found ourselves standing in awe of the amazing beauty this country of ours has to offer! Already planning our next adventure wit Eaglerider
Trip of a Life Time
The staff in Las Vegas was great, They set us up on an awesome bike (HD Electra Glide our 1st choice) The route they laid out, had minimum time on the interstate and hundreds of miles on scenic highways. We started our tour May 14 2017, a bit windy the first two days but after that perfect bike weather.
I would suggest following the route they laid out, hwy 89A out of Page AZ had to be the best, easy ride, beautiful view and minimum traffic. From desert, up to 8900 feet and back down. All the hotels were clean, up to-date and very comfortable.
We are extremely happy with all aspects of the trip, Thank you EagleRiders.