• The Wide Open Spaces of the West

    The Wide Open Spaces of the West - 17 days :

    This tour will take you to all major National Parks of the South West USA and the most iconic stretches of Route 66. Then you will visit cities like Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco.  We will end our journey with a ride along the beautiful Pacific Coast.
  • On The Trails of The Far West

    On The Trails of The Far West - 15 days :

    These breathtaking routes will take you through the wide open spaces of the National Parks of California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. You will visit cities like Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco, and some of the most iconic stretches of Route 66.
  • Wild West Conquest

    Wild West Conquest - 12 days :

    These breathtaking routes will take you through the wide open spaces of the National Parks of California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. You will also visit the most iconic stretches of the Route 66 and the cities of Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
  • North West Great Plains US

    North West Great Plains US :

    Meeting with wildlife in Yellowstone Park : (Buffalo, Eagle, Elk, Big Horn...). Then we’ll be riding through well know Cowboy’s town as Cody, Buffalo....Toward the end of the trip, we’ll discover “Rocky Mountains NP” and the stunning scenic routes of Northern Utah.
  • The Ultimate Dream

    The Ultimate Dream - 16 days :

    Cross the United States with your own bike from Los Angeles to Miami with assistance. A Trip of 5.300 Km (shipping of your bike in a container, 15 motorcycles minimum,...).
  • USA 4 All

    USA 4 All - 15 days :

    Crossing the USA with a detailed English Road Book. Our Mission: Giving you the essential at Rock bottom Prices. A Trip of 4.850 Km .
  • Louisiana - Florida

    Louisiana - Florida - 12 days :

    An alternative trip that will take you from the wild musical city of New Orleans and the Louisiana bayous to the beaches of Florida along the coast. We will also visit New Orleans and Miami.
  • Get Your Kicks on Route 66

    Get Your Kicks on Route 66 - 19 days :

    Enter the Legend !!! The mythical route across the USA, symbolic of freedom and rebel spirit. Stop at majors points of interest on the Mother Road. Trip with Road Book and Luggage transport.
  • 74th Sturgis Rally & North-West USA

    74th Sturgis Rally & North-West USA - 15 days :

    Every summer on the edge of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, the biggest motorcycle rally brings thousands of people together. You will discover the Sturgis Rally and the North West of the U.S and also some of the most beautiful natural sceneries in Yellowstone National Park.
  • Route 61 & Blues Highway

    Blues Highway & Route 61 - 13 days

    Journey through the history of Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Country and of course Rock 'n' roll. Highlights include visits to the Harley-Davidson® Museum in Milwaukee, Graceland in Memphis, a plantation house in Louisiana and cities such as Chicago and New Orleans.
  • New England Ride

    New England Ride - 12 days :

    Journey through the historical birthplace of America. Visit the Harley-Davidson® Factory in York and stop at Orange County Choppers in Newburgh. You will see the Niagara Falls and ride your bike into Amish Country. Cruise along the beautiful Coast of Maine and Massachusetts.

Blues Highway & Route 61 - 13 days

  • Day 1: Europe / Chicago
    Rendezvous at the Airport. Check-in and flight to Chicago. Arrival in Chicago, transfer to hotel and check-in.
  • Day 2: Chicago / (either Milwaukee H-D Museum (300km) / or day in Chicago
    First breakfast on American soil. After picking-up your motorbikes, you’ll jump on your saddles for a city tour of Chicago. The city of Chicago is considered to be the birthplace of skyscrapers. Located on the banks of Lake Michigan, its 46 km of beaches make it popular among sports lovers. The city of Big Business, its mercantile exchange is ranked first in the world. Chicago also has an artistic feel, with its distinctive architecture and strong Afro-American music scene. Free time to get to know the City of the Blues or visit the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee.
  • Day 3: Chicago / Davenport (290km)
    After breakfast, you'll set off for the vast prairies of the Mid West via the towns of Dixon and Rochelle. The State of Illinois and its capital Chicago represented, for thousands of Blues and Jazzmen, the end of the road and the beginning of a dream. Arrival in Davenport (the town of Bix Beiderbecke), which marks the end of the route of the Blues and Jazzmen on the Route 61. Chicago was their final destination. Check-in to hotel for a well-earned rest.
  • Day 4: Davenport / Keokuk / Hannibal / St Louis (490km)
    American breakfast. Your morning ride will take you through the industrial landscapes of the north towards Hannibal, which was home to the legendary Mark Twain. After a stop off in the world of Huckleberry Finn on the banks of the Mississippi, you’ll continue south along Route 61 to St Louis, the birthplace of both Miles Davis and Chuck Berry, where you’ll spend the night.
  • Day 5: St Louis / Cape Girardeau (200km)
    After breakfast you’ll set off for a ride through small towns such as Old Appleton, Perryville, Longtown in one of the most beautiful agricultural regions of Missouri, with its patchwork fields. After St Geneviève, Route 61 starts to take on a more suburban feel. We’ll stop in Cape Girardeau (a small town on the banks of the Mississippi) for a good night's sleep.
  • Day 6: Cape Girardeau / Memphis (280km)
    Breakfast. You’ll continue your journey south along the Mississippi to Memphis, where you will visit Graceland, the famous house of Elvis Presley and his various ‘playthings’. A stroll down Beale Street, and why not stop off in the BB King Café? Night in Memphis.
  • Day 7: Memphis / Clarksdale (160km)
    Breakfast. City tour of Memphis before setting off for Clarksdale, where John Lee Hooker, Muddy Water, Ike Turner and many others took their first steps in the Blues. Why not check out a concert in Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero Blues Club. Night in Blues territory.
  • Day 8: Clarksdale / Natchez (340km)
    Breakfast. The cotton fields and farmland stretching out as far as the eye can see remind us of the melancholy route north taken by the first bluesmen. Today you’ll head to the state of Mississippi and Greenville, home to the world-famous bluesman Robert Johnson, then onwards through the land of the Delta Blues with its fields of sugar cane to Natchez, the town of 500 plantation houses, where you will spend the night.
  • Day 9: Natchez / Houma (accommodation with a local family) -290km
    After breakfast, you’ll get back on your bikes to continue down a stretch of the Route 61 famous for its plantation houses. You'll stop off in St Francisville, where the Barrow family (Bonnie and Clyde) owned the Greenwood plantation and then in the capital of Louisiana, before continuing to the Bayous, via River Road and Thibodeaux, and Houma, where you’ll meet your Acadian host family, who will provide dinner and accommodation for you.
  • Day 10: Houma/ New Orleans (100km)
    After an Acadian breakfast, you’ll get back on the road to Kraemer on the Bayou Bœuf, where you’ll take a boat trip through the famous Louisiana swamps, where you may meet their inhabitants (alligators). On to New Orleans, the birthplace of Jazz, where you’ll stay the night.
  • Day 11: New Orleans / City Tour
    Breakfast. In the morning you’ll get back in your saddles for a city tour of New Orleans (including the French Quarter, Riverwalk, St Charles Avenue, City Park Garden District, Esplanade Avenue and Louis Armstrong Park). After that you’ll be free to explore the ‘Big Easy’ with an evening in the French Quarter with its musical melting pot.
  • Day 12: New Orleans / Departure
    Last American breakfast. Transfer to airport and assistance with check-in. Flight home.
  • Day 13: Europe.
    Arrival home. End of our services. We look forward to seeing you again soon for new adventures !!!