Sturgis 80th Rally & North West US


From 07 to 22 August 2020

Our prices :

Harley Davidson Driver Price (sharing a double room): € 7,100

Harley Passenger Price (sharing a double room): € 4,100

Single room supplement: .................................................. € 1,150

Our prices :

Harley Davidson Driver Price (sharing a double room): 7 100 €

Harley Davidson Passenger Price (sharing a double room):. 4 100 €

Single room supplement: .......................................... 1 150 €

Day 1: France / Salt Lake City

Meet at Charles de Gaulle Airport. Boarding and take-off formalities for Utah. Arrival in Salt Lake City. Transfer to the hotel by shuttle and installation.

Day 2: Salt Lake City / Jackson Hole (420km)

Pick up your motorbike for a panoramic tour of Salt Lake City (Temple Square), an approach to "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" and that of the City of Brigham Young. We leave Salt Lake City by a very beautiful mountain road which leads to the state of Wyoming. Then we follow the Téton National Forest to Jackson Hole, where we spend the night. Stroll through this small western town, Gun Show and entertainment on the program ...

Day 3: Jackson Hole / Yellowstone (250km)

Continuation of the road along the peaks of Grand Téton. The French thus named the Peaks of the youngest of the "rockies" (3600m above sea level). Passage by Moran Jct before arriving in the first National Park in the World. Well deserved relaxation in your Lodge.

Day 4: Yellowstone

Visit the world's first national park (9000km2). A unique sanctuary for wild life (wolves, bears, elk, coyotes, bison, antelopes, etc.). Walk through the 300 Geysers that make Yellowstone one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. As a reminder: the area of ​​Yellowstone is larger than Corsica. It is nevertheless the 2nd largest Usa Park after Alaska. Night in the Park.

Day 5: Yellowstone / Cody (280km)

Crossing Yellowstone Park to reach the "Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway" and arriving in Cody (world capital of Rodeo). Opportunity to visit the superb Buffalo Bill Museum.

Day 6: Cody / Buffalo (295km)

We leave Cody and continue the road towards "Gray Bull" name of a very rare albino bison which survived the arrows of the Indians, the latter made a demi-god of it. We cross the Big Horn Mountains (Mecca of Indian battles), stop at Sheridan (World Capital of Lasso). Arrival in Buffalo and installation at the hotel for the night.

Day 7: Buffalo / Sturgis (290km)

On the way to Sundance which welcomed the famous Harry Longbaugh (Sundance Kid), Robert Leroy Parker (Butch Cassidy) and even Jesse James. Take back to South Dakota and stop at Devils Tower, the famous rock of the film "Meeting the third type"! Arrival in the city of all madness: Sturgis. Welcome to the world of bikers!.

Day 8: Sturgis

Visit of Sturgis: nestled at the foot of the Black Hills. Sturgis is the largest concentration of motorcycles in the world with Daytona, even if the atmosphere is not quite the same. This rally is in the image of the biker lifestyle: meetings of all horizons rich in exchanges and many bike shows not to be missed! You will live America in its true dimension…. Stroll on the winding roads towards Deadwood which was illegally founded on one of the Lakota Indian territories. Colonel Custer announced the discovery of gold deposits in the Blacks Hills causing a gold rush and the founding of Deadwood which became a city renowned for its casinos and brothels. The city is also renowned for the murder of Wild Bill Hickok and the place where Calamity Jane was buried. Night around Sturgis.

Day 9: Sturgis / Mount Rushmore / Crazy Horse Memorial / Sturgis

Visit of Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Site of the 18 meter high statues which represent four of the most outstanding presidents in American history. Left to right are George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Next, visit Crazy Horse Memorial carved into the mountain and representing Crazy Horse a Sioux warrior from the Lakota Tribe on his horse and pointing to the horizon. The monument is being constructed on Thunderhead Mountain on the sacred ground of the Native Americans approximately 13 km from Mount Rushmore. The final dimensions of the sculpture will be 195 m long and 172 m high. The head of Crazy Horse will measure 27 m high; in comparison, the heads of the presidents of Mount Rushmore are 18 m high. Begun in 1948, once finished, the sculpture will be the largest in the world. Night around Sturgis.

Day 10: Sturgis / Cheyenne (500km)

We leave South Dakota to join Wyoming and on our way to Fort Laramie, famous for the treaties signed between the Indian and American peoples (1851 and 1868). Continuation of the journey on Cheyenne (American capital of the rodeo) and installation for the night.

Day 11: Cheyenne - Granby (280km)

On the way to the state of Colorado, crossing the Rocky Mountains Park, mountainous landscapes, a dream day for any biker !!! This is also where the Colorado River has its source. Overnight in Granby.

Day 12: Granby / Rocks Springs (440km)

We drive between plains and mountains towards Walcott. Discover the beauty of the white dunes around Rawlins, surrounded by mountains. Overnight in Rock Springs, the land of mines.

Day 13: Rocks Springs / Vernal (190km)

On the way to "Flaming Gorge Recreation Area" where you can admire the "Red Canyon Vista"; arriving at Vernal, you can visit Dinosaur National Monument. Overnight in Vernal.

Day 14: Vernal / Salt Lake City (280km)

En Route in the footsteps of the Pony Express on one of the prettiest roads in northern Utah to reach the capital. Arrival in Salt Lake City (which Mormons called "New Jerusalem"). Return of motorcycles to our rental partner. Overnight in Salt Lake City.

Day 15: Salt Lake City / Departure to Europe

Depending on flight schedules, transfer to the airport by hotel shuttle and boarding formalities. Takeoff for Europe. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 16: Paris

Arrived in France. End of our services and see you soon to discover new spaces.

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