• 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.

Get Your Kicks on Route 66 - 19 days

  • Arrival Los Angeles • Departure Chicago
  • Day 1: Europe / Los Angeles
    Rendezvous at Airport. Check-in and flights to USA. Arrival in Los Angeles. Transfer to hotel in minibus and check-in.
  • Day 2: Los Angeles / Barstow (200km)
    After picking up your bikes, you’ll set off for a city tour of Los Angeles, including Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Hollywood Boulevard, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive and Sunset Boulevard. Later on you’ll set off through the Mojave Desert to Barstow via Victorville. Night in Barstow.
  • Day 3: Barstow / Las Vegas (300km)
    Today you’ll visit the Bagdad Café before riding to Las Vegas, a city originally founded by the Mormons. You’ll arrive in the bright lights of Sin City in the evening, after which you’ll be free to ‘Place your bets, Ladies and Gentlemen’!
  • Day 4: Las Vegas / Oatman/ Kingman (270km)
    Morning ride to the Hoover Dam on Lake Mead (the largest artificial lake in the northern hemisphere), after which you’ll continue to the Gold Rush town of Oatman, one of the highest points on Route 66. Then you’ll continue the ride to Kingman, where you’ll stop for the night.
  • Day 5: Kingman/ Seligman / Williams (260km)
    Today you’ll travel the mythical stretch of Route 66 from Kingman to Seligman, with a stop-off in Hackberry. It was in Seligman that Angel Delgadillo, the Barber of Seligman gave a new lease of life to Route 66. Night in Williams.
  • Day 6: Williams / Grand Canyon /Flagstaff (280km)
    Once you’re on your bikes you’ll head down US 64 through the Ponderosa pine forests, after which the US 180 will take you to the foot of the Grand Canyon. Today’s ride along the Southern Rim is a real feast for the eyes, with its magnificent views. The route will then take you along Little Colorado Canyon towards Flagstaff, the Gateway to the Grand Canyon, where you will spend the night.
  • Day 7: Flagstaff / Meteor Crater / Petrified Forest / Gallup (300km)
    First stop today will be Meteor Crater, which was created by a crashed meteor 22,000 years ago and where NASA trained its astronauts for the conquest of space. Then there’s another stop off to see the Wigwam Motel in Holbrook and on to Petrified Forest National Park (where thousand-year-old sequoias have been petrified by erosion). Night in Gallup.
  • Day 8: Gallup / Albuquerque / Santa Fe (330km)
    In the morning you’ll ride east to Albuquerque. Route 66’s original Trading Posts (old centers of exchange between Cowboys and Indians) are reminders of the area’s Native American heritage. After Albuquerque, you’ll head north to Santa Fe.
  • Day 9: Santa Fe
    You’ll visit the town of Santa Fe, which gave its name to the famous Santa Fe Rail Road, with its Mexican-style adobe houses. You’ll have time to enjoy the hotel facilities, or alternatively you could visit some Native American villages or Las Vegas (New Mexico).
  • Day 10: Santa Fe / Tucumcari (270km)
    Between mountains and desert, the Mother Road passes through many cowboy villages, with traces of Native American heritage. Today you’ll ride to Santa Rosa and then on to Tucumcari. Night in Native American territory.
  • Day 11: Tucumcari / Amarillo (180km)
    In New Mexico, old towns, abandoned motels and neon lights represent an era of change; Route 66 has a mix of old and new cultures which seems to coexist in harmony. You’ll see Cadillac Ranch and we’ll stay the night in Amarillo. A great opportunity to try a 2-kilos Texan steak!
  • Day 12: Amarillo /Oklahoma City (410km)
    In the great state of Texas, the scenery changes with ranches and junkyards. You’ll ride into Oklahoma where it’s not unusual to see some derricks. You’ll stop off at the famous Route 66 Museum in Clinton, before continuing the ride to Oklahoma City.
  • Day 13: Oklahoma City / Springfield (460km)
    The state of Oklahoma has the longest stretch of Route 66, and you’ll see the history of the Mother Road marked in the countless villages that you will drive through. After riding through a short stretch in Kansas, you’ll come to Joplin, where a number of motels, stations, commemorative plaques and old-fashioned shops have preserved their ‘original’ feel. Night in Springfield (Missouri).
  • Day 14: Springfield / St Louis (350km)
    Back on your bikes and on with the journey along Route 66 through one of the most beautiful parts of Missouri with its patchwork fields of crops, stopping off in different points of interest on the way. Night in St Louis.
  • Day 15: St Louis / Pontiac / Chicago (460km)
    Today you’ll see Chain of Rocks Bridge, continuing your ride through Lincoln, Pontiac and Joliet. Once you get to Chicago, you’ll visit the district of Cicero, made famous by Al Capone. Night in Chicago.
  • Day 16: Chicago/ Milwaukee (150km)
    Located on the banks of Lake Michigan, with its 46 km of beaches, the city of Chicago is considered to be the birthplace of skyscrapers. It has become a city of big business and its Mercantile Exchange is the biggest in the world. The city also has a strong artistic heritage, which is evident in its architecture and strong African American music scene. Today you’ll ride to Milwaukee to visit the Harley-Davidson Museum. Night in Milwaukee.
  • Day 17: Milwaukee / Chicago (150km)
    After a ride around town, you’ll head back to Chicago, where you’ll drop off your bikes. Then you’ll have time to explore the city at your own pace. Night in Chicago.
  • Day 18: Chicago / Departure
    Transfer to airport and check-in. Overnight flight home with dinner on board.
  • Day 19: Europe
    Arrival home. End of our services. We look forward to seeing you again soon for new adventures !!!