Self-Drive: Pacific Coast: Seattle - San Francisco

Would you like to experience the real feeling of freedom and adventure? Then why not take our round trip on a Harley Davidson® from EagleRider!

Pricing

Price
- PRICES: Seattle - San Francisco, 14.06. - 31.07.2020 / per person -
two people travelling together on two bikes, sharing a room, price per person €3,615.00 $4,021.54 ?
two people travelling together on one bike, sharing a room, price per person €2,465.00 $2,742.21 ?
in a single room, travelling alone, price per person €5,855.00 $6,513.44 ?
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- PRICES: Seattle - San Francisco, 01.08. - 30.09.2020 / per person -
two people travelling together on two bikes, sharing a room, price per person €3,895.00 $4,333.02 ?
two people travelling together on one bike, sharing a room, price per person €2,695.00 $2,998.07 ?
in a single room, travelling alone, price per person €5,195.00 $5,779.22 ?
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- PRICES: Seattle - San Francisco, 01.10. - 10.10.2020 / per person -
two people travelling together on two bikes, sharing a room, price per person €3,675.00 $4,088.28 ?
two people travelling together on one bike, sharing a room, price per person €2,545.00 $2,831.21 ?
in a single room, travelling alone, price per person €4,895.00 $5,445.48 ?

Features

Features
Overnight stays according to description incl. local taxes
partly with breakfast (We would like to point out that breakfast as an inclusive service is not a matter of course in American or Canadian hotels. There are many different types of breakfast. Some hotels offer coffee and some kind of bread roll, toast or a piece of cake, maybe with some jam. If you are lucky, there is some fruit or dairy products. Other hotels only offer coffee with a coffee machine in the room and nothing else. Some hotels in turn offer a varied breakfast. Many hotels decide in the middle of the season to create this service, to abolish it or even to change it. In general, there is a possibility to buy breakfast for little money everywhere. We write "partial breakfast" in the services, because we cannot guarantee which hotel will suddenly decide for or against it :-).
Motorcycle for the appropriate duration öaud tender of EagleRider® with motorcycle class warranty
Unlimited free miles
Supplementary liability insurance over EUR 2 million
TOP PROTECTION: EVIP-ZERO insurance (no SB in case of damage - 1000 USD SB in case of theft)
TOP PROTECTION: Acceptance of the self-service in case of theft via our German insurer (The excess in case of theft amounts to a maximum of 1000 USD on site and must be paid by the customer in case of damage (theft). At the end of the tour the damage will be filed and after the inspection the SB costs will be refunded by our German insurer. Please note: in order to avoid much higher costs, in case of theft you will have to present the motorcycle key and a police report at the rental station).
TOP PROTECTION: EUR 2 million additional liability insurance
TOP PROTECTION: Puncture protection (Our puncture protection includes 100% of the tire repair/working time. Possible salvage/towing costs are covered up to a maximum of USD 100. Costs beyond this are to be borne by yourself! An additional emergency towing service insurance is included in your travel price. This means that these additional costs are not applicable for you).
TOP PROTECTION: Towing and assistance insurance (e.g. no more fuel? Battery dead? Lost your keys? No problem, the delivery is free of charge, only the costs for the gasoline, the battery or the key have to be paid. Does the bike break down with a mechanical problem, puncture or due to an accident? There will be a towing service to pick you up free of charge and take you to the nearest garage or rental station that can take care of this problem).
Fees for the one-way rental
Local taxes
Provisioning costs
US-DOT Approved half-shell helmets
Saddlebags and safety lock
Detailed roadbook with extensive information and road maps in our US BIKE TRAVEL-APP (offline use possible) for every rider
Road atlas and travel guide per rider
VIP-Check In at Eaglerider
One exclusive USBT PIN per participant
Insurance certificate for package tours
Not included features
Flights
Transfers
Gasoline
Additional insurances
Motorway tolls
Parking fees
Entrance fees
Meals
Personal necessities
Everything that is not listed under services

More details

More details
Duration: 11 days
Minimum age: 21 years
The deposit on site is 100 USD
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- Our machines -
Motorcycles at our partner EagleRider® - the vehicles at a glance sorted by class.
GRAND TOURING CLASS:
Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide® Ultra
Harley-Davidson® Street Glide® Grand Touring
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TOURING CLASS:
Harley-Davidson® Street Glide
Harley-Davidson® Road Glide®
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CLASSIC CLASS:
Harley-Davidson® Road King®
Harley-Davidson® Heritage Softail®
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STREET CLASS:
Harley-Davidson® Dyna Low Rider®
Harley-Davidson® Sportster® 1200 (Iron)
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TRIKE CLASS:
Harley-Davidson®TRI-Glide® Ultra
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SPORT TOURING CLASS:
Honda® Goldwing®
BMW® R1200RT®
Yamaha® TRACER 900 GT®
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ADVENTURE TOURING CLASS:
BMW® R1200 GS®
YAMAHA® TENERE 1200®
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Please note: Not all types are available from all stations. Since we are not the direct service provider for motorcycles, we cannot guarantee for the "first motorcycle wish".
So that everything is clear in advance: The landlord (Eaglerider®) requires the indication of a replacement machine when booking and gives us a MOTORBIKE CLASS WARRANTY. This means that we will confirm your initial request (provided it is available on the day of booking) and, as an alternative, a guarantee within the booked/requested category.
OPTION MOTORBIKE MODEL GUARANTEE: If the desired model is available, Eaglerider® will confirm the booking for the desired model, but Eaglerider® reserves the right to give you an alternative model from this category if your desired model is not available. This can happen, for example, if your previous tenant returned the motorcycle with damage. If a certain model is very important to you, Eaglerider® guarantees this model for an extra charge of 100 EUR/one time per rental. In the unlikely event that this service does not work out on site, you will be given a motorcycle of the same category and this fee will be returned to you immediately.
Important to know: For the takeover of the machines it is mandatory to present a credit card (VISA / MASTERCARD or American Express).
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Half double rooms cannot be booked on the Self-Drive tours.
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Change requests:
We will gladly accept your change requests. Changes (max. 3) are possible for an extra charge of 25 € per change (plus the cost of the additional service).
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This tour can be booked with Harley-Davidson® as well as BMW® motorcycles (for an additional charge).
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Surcharges may apply on certain dates, will be calculated on request. Ask for the tour without obligation and we will tell you the valid price for your appointment.
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Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Rental Car Tour Pacific Coast

From Seattle to San Francisco (11 days/10 nights)

Three states, four major cities and a coastline to dream about await you on this journey! Seattle, the metropolis of the Northwest, is for many people the most livable city in the entire USA. The Space Needle, Pikes Place Market and Pioneer Historic District are inviting you. But wait, nature also has a lot to offer. Two national parks are located right in the backyard of Seattle. Mount Rainier, a dormant volcano and the Olympic National Park, offers a wild mix of rainforest, beaches, mountain meadows and glaciers and is only a stone's throw away. As you pass Portland, the "City of Roses", you will continue along the rugged Pacific coast of Oregon. The Pacific Coast Highway winds seemingly endlessly along beautiful beaches, picturesque fishing villages and the Oregon Dunes. Upon arrival in California, the mystical rainforests of Redwood National Park await you. There are plenty of opportunities to explore Eureka and its historic Victorian homes, the beautiful Mendocino coastline and the vineyards of California's Wine Country. You are now not far from a city you can fall in love with easily, San Francisco. Famous sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge over the bay, cable cars, the Fishermans Wharf district and many other attractions are sure to win your heart. A leisurely ride takes you back to the Pacific coast and to other inviting beaches. Visit Monterey and its Cannery Row or, in English, the Oil Sardine Road, which became famous forever in the book of the same name by John Steinbeck. The PCH (Pacific Coast Highway No. 1) continues to follow a breathtaking coast. Behind every bend another unbelievable picturesque view awaits you. The many Californian seaside resorts Morro Bay, Pismo Beach and last but not least Santa Barbara offer you the Californian lifestyle. Santa Barbara, located in a small valley between the mountains of Santa Ynez and the Pacific Ocean, is one of the most popular beach resorts in Southern California. Adobe houses and beautiful gardens give it a Mediterranean flair.

Your journey and a holiday full of sunshine and sand finally ends in the famous Santa Monica!

Tour schedule:

Day 01: Arrival in Seattle.

Arrive in Seattle and drive to your hotel on your own.

Day 02: Free day in Seattle

Seattle is a collection of places, ideas and cultures. Spend a day exploring Seattle's many attractions. Pioneer Square, the Experience Music Project (EMP), Chinatown - International District, Seattle Aquarium, waterfront, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center and the Space Needle are just some of the exciting experiences waiting for you.

Day 03: Seattle - Mount Rainier - Seattle (about 305 km).

In the morning you will ride to the EagleRider Station on your own to pick up your bike. A short ride from the coffee bars of Seattle, three great volcanoes, Mounts Rainier, St. Helens and Adams, rise like huge pyramids from the surrounding hills. Today would be an ideal day to visit Mount Rainier. Many people are not aware that Mount Rainier has an altitude difference comparable to Mount Everest. Well-maintained hiking trails amidst wildflowers ultimately lead to snowfields and glaciers on the way to the summit.

Day 04: Seattle - Olympic National Park (about 385 km).

You are on your way to another world, connected with little land to the big cities of Puget Sound. Whether you're heading west or standing at the bow of a ferry, you have no choice but to stare at the rugged beauty of the Olympic Mountains. You can reach the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas by different routes: Take a car ferry from Seattle or ride around the outside of Tacoma or Olympia. The picturesque Olympic Loop (Highway 101) circles the Olympic National Park and provides access to the entire region of the peninsula. If you take the ferry from downtown Seattle, you'll cross Elliott Bay and land in scenic Kitsap County. The vast and roadless Olympic National Park, together with the Olympic National Forest, extends to a total of more than 2 million acres of protected area. Ecological and geological extremes exist together in close proximity. Whether you are equipped to climb the sharpest peak or simply seek the tranquility of a well-tended path to a waterfall in the forest, you must explore it for yourself. Deer and bears are abundant and the population of Roosevelt moose is the largest ever. Bald eagles glide in the sky and salmon fight their way upstream from the Pacific.

Day 05: Olympic National Park - Mount St. Helens - Portland (about 320 km).

The year 2000 marked the 20th anniversary of the eruption of Mount St Helens, which caused the largest landslide in recorded history. Visitors to the mountain can now see the rebirth of the green, rising from the ashes in the midst of a surreal lunar landscape of forests blown up in an explosion. Many miles of hiking trails and several informative visitor centres give you different perspectives on the mountain and on the incredible forces that collided on the Sunday morning of 18 May 1980. On the way to Portland, Portland Downtown boasts an amazing array of attractions, including an outstanding collection of cast iron and terracotta architecture, the world's largest new/used bookstore, a nationally recognized art museum, and many fine restaurants. A visit to Portland is not complete without a visit to the famous Rose Garden.

Day 06: Portland - Coos Bay (about 360 km).

Continue your journey along the rugged coast of Oregon. Surrounded by the Pacific coastline with its beautiful dunes and lovely beaches, the Coos Bay area lies between the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area in the north and Shore Acres State Park, an impressive botanical garden on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the south.

Day 07: Coos Bay - Crescent City (about 225 km).

Take time to explore more of the Oregon coast before you cross it.

Day 08: Crescent City - Redwoods National Park - Eureka (about 135 km).

Redwood National Park is home to some of the tallest trees in the world: redwood primary forests. They can live up to 2000 years and reach a height of over 300 meters. Spruce, hemlock fir, Douglas fir, berry bushes and ferns provide a multiply covered undergrowth that towers above all visitors. On to Eureka. Of all the early logging and lumbering towns in northwestern California, Eureka is the most interesting to visit. The core of Eureka's inner city is called "Old Town" and shows several blocks of restored and newly created buildings from the late 1800s, located near the harbour area.

Day 09: Eureka - Avenue of the Giants - Willits (about 259 km).

Take time to visit the Avenue of the Giants, an avenue of sequoia trees. With an impressive row of 70 memorial trees, this park is the most famous California redwood park. Afterwards you can make a detour along the Californian north coast, which will take you to Fort Bragg in Mendocino County. Visitors can enjoy the Glass Beach or the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Cut across the coastal mountains to Willits, home of the famous Skunk Train.

Day 10: Willits - San Francisco (about 231 km).

We recommend a ride through California's Wine Country. Highway 29 is the main north/south road that runs up Napa Valley. In Calistoga, it becomes Lincoln Avenue. Most of the large wineries and many smaller ones are on or near this road. A scenic and less crowded trail is the Silverado Trail. Over 20 wineries are located along the Silverado Trail, including Silverado Vineyards, Stag's Leap, Mumm and William Hill. After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge you will reach your destination for tonight: San Francisco - (2 nights)

Here you will return your motorcycle to the EagleRider Station either tonight or tomorrow morning.

Day 11: San Francisco - journey home

You get on the plane home or you extend your tour.

Please discuss your wishes with us beforehand so that we can organise everything here as well.

The right to change the route/accommodation/services is reserved.