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Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

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Difficulty: Easy-Normal
Support vehicle: Yes
Minimum participants: 1
Itinerary Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

This is the adventure of your life, so we will prepare everything for you so that you only have to drive and enjoy a Harley through the almost 4300 km that separates Chicago from Los Angeles

We look for flights (optional), we give you the motorcycle and we organize the accommodation for you throughout the route.

In this case, we will also have the assistance of a professional English-speaking guide and an assistance van in which we can store our luggage, as well as having a spare motorbike that will come with us in the assistance van.

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Day 1 - Chicago

Day 1 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

The Windy City welcomes you! Also known as the “Paris of the Prairie”, Chicago is the biggest of the Great Lake Cities, with an exciting life to match. One of its main charms is the incredible skyline view along Lake Michigan, but let’s not forget about their cultural life, which includes several top-rated museums, and a variety of restaurants, nightclubs and bars heavily influenced by their jazz and blues heritage. Tonight you can meet all of your travel companions and Tour Guides at our Orientation Meeting in the assigned hotel. After that, all of us riders will have a Welcome Dinner to celebrate the beginning of our Route 66 journey!

Day 2 Springfield - 299

Day 2 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

The first thing to do will be to pick up the motorbike in the morning, and we are ready to hit the road in the ultimate American road trip. Route 66 begins at our very location, going through the middle of the Illinois state and then cutting all the way to the Pacific Coast. Once in Chicago we head south along the Pontiac Trail, which is the name given to RT 66 by locals during this one bit of the road. We’ll pass Joliet, where we’ll be able to see the Launching Pad Giant. Furthermore, we’ll make a stop at the incredible RT 66 Museum in Pontiac to deepen your passion for the rubber on the Mother Road.

Day 3 Springfield - St. Louis - 186

Day 3 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

On this day we go towards St. Louis! Our plan is to mainly stay on the 2-lane sections if the Mother Road, cutting through cornfields, and traversing the small towns of U.S.A. that constitute the heart of the country. We’ll arrive at our destination riding over the Chain of Rocks Bridge, the historical, original bridge, where RT 66 crossed the Mississippi River. You can also enjoy a short ride into "Gateway to the West," St. Louis. The wonderful city is built along the shores of the great Mississippi River, and it is famous for its live music and having one of the best BBQ ribs in the country.

Day 4 St. Louis - Joplin - 536

Day 4 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

We recommend you to get up early and go for a walk across the Street to enjoy the early morning scenery that are the St. Louis Arch and Mississippi River. We’ll ride out of the city in mirrors as we prepare to enjoy the Rolling Missouri hills that shape the beautiful area, which is amazing to ride in. We'll make a stop to see the World’s Largest Rocking Chair in Fanning, wind our way on the twisting roads of Devil’s Elbow, and delight at other Route 66 iconic points. Today we will overnight at Joplin, a city devastated in 2011 by a tornado. We might hang out with the locals and listen to their incredible stories of what it was like to be caught up in a gigantic tornado!

Day 5 Joplin - Oklahoma City - 408

Day 5 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

We are in for a complete ride on the route today! We start ag Joplin, passing throught the hills and hourse country of Oklahoma, crossing Miami, Claremore and Catoosa, where the Blue Whale lives, before passing through Tulsa. Furthermore, we’ll cross several Native American tribes’ reservations. The land that you will cross was originally rendered useless in the 1830’s and given as Indian Territory by the British government to the indigenous American tribes. All territory was united after the American Revolutionary War. The Choctaw and the Chickasaw of Mississippi, the Seminole of Florida, and the Creek of Alabama were each assigned a share, while the rest was given to the Cherokee from Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. Today, the state has a large Native American Indian population – “Oklahoma” means “red man” in Choctaw. We’ll overnight in Oklahoma City, the heart and soul of the RT 66. Bicktown is a good place to visit that night, bursitng with restaurants, bars and shops.

Day 6 Oklahoma City - Amarillo - 426

Day 6 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

This morning we travel along some of the oldest stretches of Oklahoma’s Route 66. Once the land of vast buffalo herds, this section of 66 traverses some of the great cattle trails which were used in the 1860s to drive herds of cattle from Texas up to the railhead in Abilene, Kansas. We will ride along a section of the Chisholm Trial, which passes through Yukon and El Reno, and stop at the amazing Route 66 Museum in Clinton. After lunch, we cross the border into the Texas Panhandle, the southernmost portion of the Great Plains. At the Big Texan Steakhouse in Amarillo you have the opportunity to enjoy the best steaks in Texas, guaranteed!

Day 7 Amarillo - Santa Fe - 484

Day 7 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today you leave Texas and are on your way into “The Land of Enchantment”, New Mexico. After passing through the world famous Cadillac Ranch, we'll stop at the midway point of RT 66 in Adrian, Texas! And how about the ghost town of Glen Rio, where you can stand with one foot in New Mexico and the other one in Texas? From there we enter the land of the Comanche Indians, where mesas, mountains, cactus and pines define the landscape as we head up into the High Plains and altitude of Santa Fe in central New Mexico. Santa Fe is one of America’s oldest and most beautiful cities, and will be our base for the next two nights.

Day 8 Santa Fe - Santa Fe - 0

Day 8 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today is at leisure to rest and enjoy the distinctive flavor of this nearly 400-year-old city. The blend of cultures here becomes evident in the southwestern architectural style so closely associated with New Mexico’s capital city. Perhaps you would like to take a ride along the river valley to the old Native American Indian town of Taos, enjoy a sunrise hot air balloon ride, or play cowboy for a day on a horseback ride along a mountain or canyon trail. Santa Fe provides all of these opportunities and more.

Day 9 Santa Fe - Gallup - 433

Day 9 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

This morning you head south, down to Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, with a third of the state’s population. Albuquerque is sprawling at the heart of New Mexico, where the main east - west road and rail routes cross both the Rio Grande and the old road south to Mexico. You cross the Rio Grande and head west – out into the open country and the hues of the Navajo wilderness. You are skirting mesas and bluffs on into Laguna. Further on ride through Grants and along Cibola National Forest towards the famous Route 66 town of Gallup – an old railroad town and Indian stronghold. Enjoy your stay tonight with a host of fellow riders from around the world at one of the many biker friendly hotels in Gallup.

Day 10 Gallup - Grand Canyon - 453

Day 10 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today is another huge day, full of spectacular scenery and iconic Route 66 stops. We cross the border into Arizona and ride to Petrified Forest National Park, a fossilized prehistoric forest of gigantic trees that has been unearthed by erosion. Here you will have the time to explore this stunning landscape and take a moment to get lost in the expansiveness that defines this area. Leaving Petrified Forest NP, we travel further west to the Wigwam Hotel in Holbrook, and stop to stand on the corner in Winslow! While most groups stop in Flagstaff or Williams, Arizona, we will ride on to spend our night just one mile from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon! Tonight you will sit with a cold drink in your hand and enjoy the sunset over the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The dream is coming true!

Day 11 Grand Canyon - Laughlin - 410

Day 11 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

For those looking to get a real "Bird's Eye View" of the Grand Canyon be sure to let us know and we will arrange a morning helicopter ride over the heart of the South Rim. Leaving the Grand Canyon, we will pick Route 66 back up in Williams, Arizona before heading to stops in the famous 66 towns of Seligman, Hackberry and Kingman, and Oatman before arriving at our Laughlin hotel on the shores of the Colorado River..

Day 12 Laughlin - Las Vegas - 206

Day 12 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today is a quick ride for a little detour to take in the incredible sights and sounds of Las Vegas! Our journey this morning will take us through our first real taste of the Mojave Desert, and a ride across the famous Hoover Dam! One thing is for sure, your time in Vegas may be short, but it will sure be sweet! Try to get a little bit of sleep because we pick up Route 66 tomorrow right where we left off yesterday.

Day 13 Las Vegas - Victorville - 451

Day 13 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today we cross the border into our final State on Route 66 – California! One thing is for sure - today is a day like no other as we traverse the Mojave Desert which offers some of the most dramatic scenery in Southern California. You can imagine what it must have been like for early Route 66 travelers making their way across this huge expanse of desert, dotted with Joshua Trees, cactus, volcanic rock and sand as you stop in the tiny "waystations" of Amboy and Ludlow. Tonight, we celebrate our last night on the Mother Road.

Day 14 Victorville - Los Angeles - 199

Day 14 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today we head off for our final destination – the end of the road on the Santa Monica Pier! To get there, however, we first get to ride the 66 miles of the Angeles Crest Highway through the mountainous terrain of Angeles National Forest. This highway is considered one of the top motorcycle rides in southern California and rises to over 2300 meters. Next, we descend the Crest into the Los Angeles Basin and head towards the Pacific Ocean. Riders always have mixed emotions as they stand at the "End of the Trail" sign on the Santa Monica Pier. There is a sense of joy and elation at having completed a journey most people only dream about, and a sense of sadness at the thought of the ride having come to an end. Tonight, we celebrate the miles we’ve ridden and the friends we made as we party together at our Farewell Dinner!

Day 15 Los Angeles - - 0

Day 15 Motorcycle tour Route 66 english guided

Today your exciting trip will conclude in Los Angeles. Please be sure to let us know if you need an extra night or two in L.A. to enjoy the sights. We can even arrange a discounted motorcycle rental! See you next year!

What's Included

Harley-Davidson Road King Street Touring Class

Harley-Davidson Road King Street Touring Class

Supplement price: $0.00

Harley-Davidson Trike

Harley-Davidson Trike

Supplement price: $2,000.00

Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200

Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200

Supplement price: $0.00

Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Cruiser Touring Class

Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Cruiser Touring Class

Supplement price: $0.00

Harley-Davidson Road Glide GPS incl. Street Touring Class

Harley-Davidson Road Glide GPS incl. Street Touring Class

Supplement price: $0.00

Harley-Davidson Street Glide GPS Incl. Street Touring Class

Harley-Davidson Street Glide GPS Incl. Street Touring Class

Supplement price: $0.00

Harley-Davidson Electra Glide GPS Incl.

Harley-Davidson Electra Glide GPS Incl.

Supplement price: $0.00

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour
$15.00 / day
Damage waiver reduction
Supplemental Liability Insurance - $300K
$24.98 / day
Driver's helmet
Passenger's helmet
Side cases
Support Vehicle
Welcome and farewell diner
Local taxes
Maps & Roadbook
Motorcycle rental
Motorcycle return to origin
National parks tickets
Petrol & oil
Photo-video souvenir
Spare motorcycle
From hotel to base and viceversa
Alcoholic beverages
Basic insurance
Damage deposit
Enduro body protection kit
Extreme cold protection kit
Non-Alcoholic beverages water-coffee
On route snacks
  • Los hoteles se sabran 1 mes antes de la salida, siempre tenemos hoteles de 3 o 4* bien valorados. (Los hoteles que aparecen en el PDF son orientativos)
  • La visa de EE.UU. debe hacerse electrónicamente en: http://travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html
  • Toda la organización está equipada con teléfonos. En casi toda la ruta tendremos cobertura de telefonía GSM.
  • Indispensables móviles, tri - bandaEn la mayoría de los hoteles cuentan con conexión WI
  • La moneda es el dólar de EE.UU. . Es fácil encontrar lugares para cambiar.
  • Pago con tarjetas de crédito es muy común, VISA , American Express .
  • Para entrar a los EE.UU. es obligatorio foto de pasaporte digitalizado o un pasaporte biométrico.
  • Para alquilar una moto debe tener 21 años de edad y presentar una licencia de conducir en regla.
  • CANCELACIONES: Opcionalmente ofrece un seguro que cubra los gastos de cancelación en los casos especificados en la póliza.
  • El concesionario acepta las siguientes tarjetas de crédito : Visa, Mastercard , American Express, Discover, Diners , JCB y cheques de viajero .
  • El cliente se hace responsable de los daños mecánicos debido a la negligencia o el daño debido a la falta de revisión por parte del cliente.
  • Responsabilidad de Mantenimiento:El cliente es responsable de comprobar los niveles de aceite y combustible y revisar los indicadores en caso de detectar un fallo.
  • Climatología y horarios: El clima en esta época del año es fresco en el Este y el Norte . Muy cálido en el Oeste. En la ruta podemos encontramos con algo de lluvia esporádicamente , siempre es bueno llevar una chaqueta impermeable en caso de que la temperatura baja .
  • Motos:La Harley Davidson modelo Electra tiene 2 maletas duras + 1 baúl trasero .
  • El modelo tiene dos maletas duras RoadKing y Heritage Softail tiene 2 alforjas de cuero . Ambos modelos tienen una parrilla trasera donde se puede atar a correas de la mochila oportunas .
  • Todos los modelos descritos tienen apoyo en el asiento posterior y para vientos, en el caso de cada conductor podrá ser retirada este apoyo .
  • Breafing informativo: Al recoger la moto le dará una explicación al respecto , que incluye instrucciones de seguridad, instrucciones de mantenimiento por parte del cliente y los reglamentos locales para la conducción.
  • La diferencia horaria con España es de 6 horas en el Este y 9 en Occidente para que todos los viajes son los cambios de horario .
  • IDIOMAS El idioma nacional es el Inglés
  • SALUD Recomendamos un kit con:- Gotas para los ojos. - Aspirina- Antidiarreicos- Cinta adhesiva y vendajes- Protector solar
  • Tenemos que dar un mínimo de 10 % de propina ya que en realidad es su salario. Si creemos que hemos dado un buen servicio, la punta puede ser de hasta 20%
  • CONDUCCIÓN Es muy importante respetar todas las señales de tráfico y conducir correctamente y sin temeridad.
  • ROPA: El alquiler incluye casco. Es posible comprar nuevos cascos en el concesionario o que ustedes mismos lo que aportan desde su país .Se recomienda el uso de ropa técnica e impermeable por si llueve . Alquilamos chaquetas de cuero 10 $ / día .
  • Recogida y devolución de Harley :Recogida: de 9 AMDevolución : hasta las 16:30 Hay un recargo de 25 dólares / hora de retraso.No hay abonos de metálico, en el caso de devolución anticipada .
  • Documentación: Para facilitar la documentación de las motos, necesitaríamos el "formulario de atención al cliente" quede compeletado y entregaod 15 días antes de la salida de su vuelo.
  • Early cancellation costs
    Cancellations made 7 days before the reservation 100%
    Cancellations made 15 days before the reservation 100%
    Cancellations made 30 days before the reservation 100%
    Cancellations made 60 days before the reservation 100%

    Important notice, in case of cancellation:
    The flight tickets, supplements and optional services subscribed in this tour regardless of the basic program, are subject to 100% of early cancellation costs.

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    15 Days



    Guaranteed tour dates
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    2x people, 1x motorcycle in double room
    2 2 1
    2x people, 2x motorcycles in double room
    1 1 1
    1x person, 1x motorcycle in single room
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    Available motorcycles:

  • Harley-Davidson Road King Street Touring Class
  • Harley-Davidson Trike
  • Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200
  • Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Cruiser Touring Class
  • Harley-Davidson Road Glide GPS incl. Street Touring Class
  • Harley-Davidson Street Glide GPS Incl. Street Touring Class
  • Harley-Davidson Electra Glide GPS Incl.