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Route 66 Motorcycle Tour

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15 Days 14 Nights
Availability : April 2018 - October 2019
Chicago
Los Angeles
Min Age : 21

Ride the original Route 66, that is 4491km down the “Mainstreet of America” from Chicago to Los Angeles. During the 50’s thousands of cars traversed the “Mother Road” creating the need for many iconic, and now classic road houses, restaurants, unique hotels and landmarks. Explore the western frontier as they did in the 50’s on this tour of good old Americana.

$5850 pp

2 People 1 Bike

1 Room

$7700 pp

2 People 2 Bikes

1 Room

$10250 pp

1 Person 1 Bike

1 Room

Tour Details

Departure

Chicago, Illinois

Price Includes

  • Welcome Reception & Dinner
  • Late Model Motorcycles
  • Motorcycle Friendly Hotels
  • Customize Your Trip
  • Best Motorcycle Roads
  • Leather-Bound Road Book
  • Luggage Transportation
  • Support Vehicle & Driver
  • Spare Motorcycle
  • Group Riding & Social Events
  • Daily Breakfast Included
  • All Fuel on Riding Days
  • Amazing Farewell Party

Price Excludes

  • Flights
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Anything not included in INCLUSIONS
What to Expect
  • Welcome Dinner & Celebration downtown Chicago on arrival
  • Joliet - Launching Pad Giant
  • Pomtiac - Route 66 Museum
  • St Louis - live music and BBQ ribs
  • Devil’s Elbow - Gay Parita’s Route 66 iconic service station
  • Fanning - worlds largets rocking chair
  • Amarillo - The Big Texan Steakhouse
  • New Mexico – the world famous Cadillac Ranch
  • Santa Fe - play cowboy for a day on a horseback ride along a mountain or canyon trail
  • Grand Canyon - enjoy the sunset over the South Rim.
  • Ride through Old West Ghost Town of Oatman, across the famous Hoover Dam into 'VEGAS
  • cross the Mojave Desert and enjoy the most dramatic scenery in Southern California
Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Chicago, Illinois

Welcome to Chicago located on the Great Lakes with the beautiful backdrop of Lake Michigan, and an enormous range of museums, restaurants and cafes, amazing bars and nightclubs that exude the Chicago’s jazz and blues heritage. Tonight is our Orientation Meeting at the hotel, to meet up with your group of fellow passionate riders followed by a great Welcome Dinner and fun downtown. Welcome to the bucket list ride, Route 66!

Day 2Chicago, Illinois to Springfield, Illinois

Pick up your bike and we head off down the legendary Route 66 through the state of Illinois to the Pacific Ocean. We head south down the Pontiac Trail, through Joliet, past the Launching Pad Giant, arriving in Pontiac at the Route 66 Museum.

Day 3Springfield, Illinois to St. Loius, Missouri

Today we ride through small towns and agricultural fields to the “Gateway to the West,” St. Louis! When entering St Louis we will cross the Mississippi on The Chain of Rocks Bridge. St Louis has had a vibrant revamp over the past few years to have a brilliant live music and BBQ scene. Enjoy the views across the Mississippi River from the top of he tallest man-made national monument in the United States, the Gateway Arch, which commemorates Thomas Jefferson and the settlers’ expansion into western America.

Day 4St. Loius, Missouri to Joplin, Missouri

Leaving St Louis, we sett off through the rolling Missouri hills until we reach the famous World’s Largest Rocking Chair in Fanning for a group photo. Then its off winding our way through Devil’s Elbow! We will stop at Gay Parita’s a Route 66 gas station which is a time capsule of Route 66 memorabilia . Joplin, tonight’s stop over, is a city that was hit by a huge tornado in 2011 that flattened 8,400 houses, 450 businesses and destroyed 18,000 cars.

Day 5Jolpin, Missouri - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

We ride to the soul of Route 66, Oklahoma City. Departing Joplin we ride through the Oklahoma hills, small towns like Miami, Claremore and Catoosa, (Blue Whale lives here0 arriving in Tulsa at a diner for lunch. A lot of the land we pass through belonged to a number of Native American tribes like Chickasaw and Cherokee. Finally we ride west through El Reno into Oklahoma City.

Day 6Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Amarillo, Texas

Today we head for Amarillo Texas down one of the oldest sections of Route 66 originally used in the mid 1800’s as a cattle trail to drive herds from Texas to Kansas. Next stop is Clinton’s Route 66 Museum, after riding through Yukon and El Reno. We cross the Texas border into the Panhandle. Dinner tonight is at Amarillo’s famous “The Big Texan Steakhouse”. We ride in style to the restaurant in a fleet of old Caddies, and YES, these Caddies are equipped with Texas Longhorns across the hood.

Day 7Amarillo, texas - Santa Fe, New Mexico

We are off to New Mexico – after passing by the world famous Cadillac Ranch we enter the land of the Comanche Indians, magnificent mesas, cactus & mountains as we climb the High Plains to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Settle in for 2 nights here as explore Santa Fe at your leisure in one of Americas oldest, yet stunning cities.

Day 8Santa Fe, New Mexico - Free Day

At nearly 400-years-old, Santa Fe city is a place to relax and savour on this day of relaxation. The Mexican influence blended with the southwestern architectural style is New Mexico’s capital cities appeal. Maybe you would like to ride along the river valley to Taos, known for historic adobe buildings such as Taos Pueblo, a multi story adobe complex inhabited by Native Americans for centuries. Maybe a 35 min ride to Pecos National Historical Park

Day 9Santa Fe, New Mexico - Gallup, New Mexico

Today we ride south to to the heart of New Mexico’s to its largest city, Albuquerque. This is where the road south meets the east /west roads. We ride west across the Rio Grande into Navajo territory passing mesas and bluffs to Laguna, Grants onwards to Gallup. In the heart of Native America, this old railroad town is enriched by the cultures of First Nations, including Zuni, Hopi, Laguna Pueblo and Navajo. This town is meeting place for bike riders from all over he world and tonight we stay in a biker friendly hotel.

Day 10Gallup, New Mexico - Grand Canyon, Ariziona

We head to the Arizona border to check out the Petrified Forest National Park. Explore this stunning landscape of fossilized prehistoric gigantic trees and loose yourself in this vast wilderness Next we head to the Route 66 icons, Wigwam Hotel in Holbrook when we get to Winslow we’ll stand on the corner!…remember “Are you from Standin’-On-A-Corner-In-Winslow, Arizona?” The lyrics from the song “Take It Easy”, written by Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey, made famous by “The Eagles”. Next stop is one mile from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to enjoy the Grand Canyon’s South Rim sunset, of course with a cold adult beverage.

Day 11Grand Canyon, Arizona - Laughlin, Nevada

How about a morning helicopter ride over the South Rim. Time now to ride the rim and take in the amazing views. definitely a camera day! We head back to Williams to pick up Route 66 again, and follow Route 66 through towns of Seligman, Peach Springs, and Hackberry.

Day 12Laughlin, Nevada - Las Vegas, Nevada

Lets now detour to visit Las Vegas. On the way we will ride through the Old West Ghost Town of Oatman, and over Hoover Dam! Its only a short visit to Vegas, Don’t party too hard, as we pick up Route 66 tomorrow right where we left off yesterday.

Day 13Las Vegas, Nevada - Victorville, California

Finally Route 66 meets California! Are you ready for some of the most dramatic scenery in Southern California,? Riding across the Mojave Desert you will enjoy the beautiful Joshua Trees and everything that makes up this magnificent desert. Its our last night on “The Mother Road”, so time to reflect on what we have seen and the new friendships made.

Day 14Victorville, California - Los Angeles, California

Pacific Ocean here we come, today reach the end of Route 66 on the Santa Monica Pier! On the way we take in the highway that is lauded as the best motorcycle ride in southern California, the Angeles Crest Highway through the mountainous terrain of Angeles National Forest rising to 2300 meters. Next we head down the mountain to the Los Angeles Basin to the end of the road at the Santa Monica Pier. Mixed emotions rise as we stand at the “End of the Trail” sign. There is a sense of joy and sadness as you have completed a journey most people can only dream about. Tonight we celebrate at our Farewell Dinner with our new friends.

Day 15Los Angeles, California - Departure

Today its goodbye, or let us know if you need an extra night or two in L.A. Maybe we can even arrange a discounted motorcycle rental! Cheers!

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