1220 miles of hand picked iconic California coastal and inland valley riding. Los Angeles - San Francisco Round Trip Tour is nothing less than the quintessential California experience.
|per rider in shared twin/double room with own motorcycle (booking of a double room is only available for a booking of two people)||$4,030.00|
|per rider in single room with own motorcycle||$5,230.00|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers can only book with an accompanying rider)||$2,460.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) BMW K1600 GTL||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) BMW R1250 GS||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) BMW R1250 RT||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) BMW R1250 GSA||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) Harley Davidson Pan America||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) Triumph Tiger 1200||$1,824.00|
|Rental motorcycle (surcharge) KTM 1290 Super Adventure||$1,824.00|
|Meet and greet the night before the first day of riding|
|Shuttle directly from Los Angeles airport to your hotel|
|6 days of riding with a rented motorcycle of your choosing (depending on booking)|
|7 nights accommodation at minimum three star hotels|
|Dual guides, Front Guide and Rear Guide, with local area, mechanical, and first-aid knowledge|
|Each motorcycle comes with maximum insurance coverage included in the price of the rental for everything from a total loss to a blown tire and towing|
|Saddlebags for every motorcycle to carry your luggage|
|Escort/luggage transport between destinations|
|Everything not listed as included|
|Individual tour dates available upon request between April and November|
|Duration: 7 days / 8 nights|
|First and last day each are fly-in and fly-out days|
|Daily stages: About 200 miles per day|
|Minimum number of riders: 4 (Groups of less than four riders can contact us for different pricing that would reflect the smaller group size.)|
|Maximum number of riders: 10 (Groups of more than 10 can contact us for different pricing that would reflect the larger group size and increase in guides.)|
|Motorcycles Available for Rent - All motorcycles are the same price. Other models available upon request|
|Level of riding experience needed: This is a Medium level of difficulty. Valid motorcycle license/endorsement and 4 years of riding experience. There is a 44 mile stretch of graded dirt road which can be easily handeld by anyone with medium road riding experience.|
|Each tour is tailored on the go to the group's experience, physical preparation, and desires.|
|Mandatory Protective Equipment you must provide: Helmet and closed toe shoes (preferably boots above the ankle). If you can’t bring your own protective gear contact us and we can work with you.|
|Extra nights in hotels at the beginning and end of the trip can be arranged to accommodate your traveling needs.|
|Accommodation: We will be staying in three star or better hotels for the entirety of the trip, avoiding chain hotels whenever possible. This includes your first night and your last night after we are done riding (Twin-Shared or Single, according to your choice).|
|Guides: Two tour guides for maximum customer experience ensuring no matter what happens everyone is taken care of.|
|Terrain: The majority of this route is smooth paved roads through the winding coast, hills, mountains and valleys of California. However, there is one 44 mile section of graded dirt/unimproved road. This can easily be done by any medium experienced rider on any kind of motorcycle.|
|Contact us with any requests and we will do our best to get you anything you need.|
|The route may change based on weather, road conditions, or other factors outside our control. Our first priority is to have a safe trip.|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
- Shuttle directly from Los Angeles airport to your hotel
- “No Ride” first day to acclimate to Los Angeles
- Multiple days of riding along the iconic CA 1 Pacific Coast Highway
- Malibu coastline
- Bixby Bridge
- Big Sur forest/coast
- California Giant Redwood forest
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Bay Bridge
- A day riding through the world famous Napa wine region with a stop at the famous Sattui Winery
- California interior grassland
- Visiting California motorcycle hot/local spots like the world famous Snake, Rock Store, Stunt Road and Mulholland Highway
- Lunch at famed motorcycle hangout Neptune’s Net restaurant on the beach in Malibu (As seen in “The Fast and the Furious”)
- Overnight stay in the artistic town of Ojai (pronounced “oh-hi”) where many Los Angelinos escape from the city for a relaxing weekend
Day 0/Night1 - Arrive in Los Angeles and take hotel provided shuttle to the Los Angeles Airport Marriott (5711 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045)
(This nights hotel is included in the price of the experience).
Day 1/Night 2 - Los Angeles (0 miles)
“No Ride” first day - This is a day for you to rest up from your plane trip, sight see on your own or do whatever you want. No guides, no bikes, no rules. Rest, relax, and enjoy a day in Los Angeles before your iconic California motorcycle adventure. In the evening there is a meet and greet with your tour guides all guests are expected to attend. They will talk about riding in California, what we will be seeing, what to expect and answer any questions you might have about your upcoming experience.
Night 2 - Los Angeles Airport Marriott
Day 2 - Riding Day - Los Angeles to Morro Bay (230 miles)
We ride 230 miles from Los Angeles to Morro Bay along Pacific Coast Highway (CA Highway 1) seeing a variety of scenic views from mountains to farmlands to beaches. This is a day to take in and enjoy some of the finest coastal riding the USA has to offer on one of the
most iconic motorcycle roads.
Night 3 - Morro Bay
Day 3 - Riding Day - Morro Bay to Half Moon Bay (220 miles)
We ride 220 miles from Morro Bay to Half Moon Bay passing some of the best coastal riding in CA. We will ride past the infamous Hearst Castle, sprawling estate of the publishing mogul, through the amazing Sequoias/Red Woods of Big Sur, have lunch at the famous Nepenthe cliffside restaurant and pass the fishing town of Monterey ending the ride just south of the San Francisco area in the coastal city of Half Moon Bay.
Night 4 - Half Moon Bay
Day 4 - Riding Day - Half Moon Bay to Walnut Creek (190 miles)
We ride 190 miles starting with a departure from Half Moon Bay and heading north to cross the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. We continue north and head into wine country for lunch at the Sattui Winery in the heart of Napa. This is our northernmost point. After lunch we begin the southward journey back towards Los Angeles. We head south after lunch and end up just outside of San Francisco in Walnut Creek.
Night 5 - Walnut Creek
Day 5- Riding Day - Walnut Creek to Paso Robles (260 miles)
We ride 260 miles from Walnut Creek to quaint Paso Robles. First, we cross the Bay Bridge back into San Francisco for our last ride through the streets of the historic city. Today we will stay inland as we continue to head south passing the scenic inland beauty California is known for.
Night 6 - Paso Robles
Day 6- Riding Day - Paso Robles to Ojai (200 miles)
We ride 200 miles from Paso Robles to Ojai. Passing through the last wild grassland in California, Carizzo Plain, we head into the Los Padres National Forest and stop in the little mountain town of Pine Mountain Club for lunch. We continue onward through Lockwood Valley and down into Ojai where we stop for the night.
Night 7 - Ojai
Day 7 - Riding Day - Ojai to LAX (120 miles)
We ride 120 miles from Ojai back to your hotel at LAX. This is going to be our last day and an easy ride through some spots that will make you feel like a local. We begin the day with a route around Lake Casitas on our way back to the coast. Once we hit the coastline we head south for a bit along the beautiful Ventura county beaches. We stop at famed Neptune´s net for lunch then head back into the Santa Monica Mountains. We will travel along the infamous Mulholland Highway to the top of the world famous "Snake". Now closed but once an absolute haven for riders and drivers of all kinds to test their skills. A short trip to the world famous Rock Store where locals gather every weekend to check out each other's bikes, bench race, and eat great food. Next, we cruise on down to Stunt Road, a favorite of many riders for its fun route and look out at the top. After this, we travel out of the hills and back to the ocean and make our way back to Santa Monica and end our epic adventure back at the hotel we started at a week ago.
Night 8 - Los Angeles Airport Marriott (5711 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045)
The route is subject to change.