This is the tour that all bikers dreams of!
Imagine cruising down a deserted highway on a giant motorcycle- right across
America. You will ride through vast deserts, flat prairies where the road disappears like a tiny dot on the horizon, swamps where alligators lie in wait for their prey,giant cities with 10 lane highways in several tiers, and quiet cowboy towns where life stopped 50 years ago. Experience it all firsthand!
The ride across the United States of America is approximately 3,200 miles. This means that each day we will need to ride for over 250 miles to make our final destination on time. There will be early starts and long days, but many breaks along the way will be taken to keep us energized. We aim to arrive at our hotels along the route by between 5 and 6 o’clock each evening.
The route takes us from the Atlantic Ocean in Florida to the fountain of youth in Wakulla Springs, along the white beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana’s swamps, you can take a Boat trip down the Mississippi, visit in New Orleans, see the historic fort at the Alamo, or take the famous “River Walk” in San Antonio.
The endless prairies of Texas, the lawless West with the outlaws of Pecos County, the beautiful underground caves in Carlsbad. Experience the story of Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp in the western town of Tombstone ‘The Town too Tough to Die’. Drive through the Arizona desert where you will see the huge cacti and enjoy the millionaire’s paradise Palm Springs before you reach the Pacific Ocean and the hectic city of Los Angeles, where there will be plenty time for you to do sightseeing if you wish before your journey home.
8 April – 27 April (SOLD OUT)
7 April – 26 April (SOLD OUT)
8 April – 28 April
6 April – 25 April
|Type||Price per person £ (GBP)|
|Single room sup.||1.300|
Always state first and second priority. See models under bikes.
The rental company cannot 100 percent guarantee that the requested motorcycle type is available upon arrival.
Break day in New Orleans. In the morning there will be a sightseeing tour of the city by bus, where we will visit parts damaged and still visible today, by Katrina. We will see the great Mississippi river, where a steamboat trip can be taken on the famous waters. The rest of the day is your This is a great opportunity for shopping or stopping off to listen to live Jazz & Blues music down on the famous Bourbon Street.
Break day San Antonio.
The story of “The Alamo” – the fort in which David Crockett died in a battle against the invading Mexican troops is well worth a visit. Then our guide will take you for a small boat trip on the river, so that we can see the whole area from a slightly different angle. The rest of the day is at yours to do as you wish. In the evening, you will return to “The River Walk”
We will continue to the border between the United States and Mexico passing the river Rio Grande. Many outlaws crossed into the safe haven of Mexico via this river as it forms part of the border. Later a visit to the city Langtrey where the self-appointed “judge” Roy Bean for many years served justice by hanging most offenders on Saturdays. Tonight will be spent in Fort Stockton.
Today we leave Texas and ride into the state of New Mexico and a visit to the amazing underground caves in Carlsbad. Riding further west we’ll pass the large border town El Paso. The night will be spent Santa Cruz.
Day 14 (240 km)
Day 15 (450 km)
Day 16 (465 km)
Day 17 (280 km)
If you wish to extend your stay, or if you have any other questions or requests, you can call your local office.
|Tour name:||Coast to Coast|
|Start destination:||Orlando, FL, USA|
|No of days/nights:||19/18|
|Tour Period (arrival day to departure day):||08/04 – 27/04, 2019 (Sold out), 07/04 – 26/04, 2020 (Sold Out), Extra tour 7/04 – 26/04, 2020 & New tour: 06/04 - 25/04, 2021|
|Accommodation:||Hotels 3-4* incl breakfast|
|End destination:||Los Angeles CA, USA|