We have collected the best pictures to show here in our Motorcycle Tour Photo Galleries. Each gallery is organized by available USA and Canada tour. If you have questions about any of our tours be sure to contact us.
As one of the world’s wildest and most beautiful natural areas, riding the Rocky Mountains of Western Canada provides an experience like no other. This tour passes through six awe-inspiring national parks with their towering snow-capped mountain ranges, glacier-fed lakes, and primordial forests. Almost every mile of this tour is a mountain rider’s dream. See Gallery
Riding the coast of Oregon and California is memorable not only for it’s curvy and challenging roads, but also for the exciting views of its rugged, rocky coastline and big, crashing waves. See Gallery
Yellowstone, with its spouting geysers, boiling pools, and bubbling mud pits, has half of all the geothermal activity in the world and is worth a trip to the US all by itself. It’s an eco-paradise for roaming bison, bear, moose and wolves, many of which you will see from the seat of your motorcycle. See Gallery
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Looking for Adventure? Our California Coast Harley Davidson Tours may be your dream ride. Riding the coast of Oregon and California is memorable not only for it’s curvy and challenging roads, but also for the exciting views of its rugged, rocky coastline and big, crashing waves. You’ll spend time riding the rolling vine-covered hills of California Wine Country, and taking the Golden Gate Bridge to sight see San Francisco. Cruise past towering Half Dome and thundering Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park, and then it’s up the Sierra Nevada Wilderness to beautiful blue Lake Tahoe. On your way back, you’ll tour past some of the snow-coned Pacific Ring of Fire Volcanoes. California Coast Harley Davidson Tours are the trip of a lifetime – find out more about this tour here. If Yellowstone is more your style - with its spouting geysers, boiling pools, and bubbling mud pits, we have a motorcycle tour that is sure to please. It’s an eco-paradise for roaming bison, bear, moose and wolves, many of which you will see from the seat of your motorcycle. American motorcyclists might tell you that riding your Harley up the Going-to-the-Sun road in Glacier National Park is the best ride in North America, with its sharp switchbacks up mountainsides overlooking wide glaciated mountain vistas. Touring Idaho and Montana is sunny and dry, and you’ll go through authentically restored old west towns, desert outcroppings, colorful canyons, and snow-dusted mountains. Finally, and not to be outdone, head north to Banff. As one of the world’s wildest and most beautiful natural areas, riding the Rocky Mountains of Western Canada provides an experience like no other. This tour passes through six awe-inspiring National Parks with their towering snow-capped mountain ranges, glacier-fed lakes, and primordial forests. You spend two days experiencing Banff, riding up the world-famous Icefields Parkway, past crystal-white glaciers tumbling into beautiful blue alpine lakes. Touring Western Canada guarantees you supreme natural vistas, a few twisties through high mountain passes, empty roads through quiet and peaceful evergreen forests, some well-earned soaks in mountain hot springs, and rest stops in Old West towns with their lively Canadian pub culture. If you are interested in riding a Harley through Banff and experiencing the beauty of the Pacific Northwest – find more information about the Banff Harley tour here.
All of our trips are available to book online.
We will need to communicate with you by phone or email prior to your trip, but you can start your reservation by filling out our online booking form here.
What am I riding?
You can see our bikes here. They are Harley Davidson Road Kings – and you won’t be disappointed. Harley-Davidson designed the Road King as a touring bike with classic 1950s styling. It has become one of Harley’s most popular models for long-distance touring in the US and Canada, and riding one provides comfort and a great sound, look and feel. Engineered to cruise our open roads, the Road King is stable and easy to control. The engine has power and torque enough for rider and passenger, the seat is comfortable, and the dual saddlebag compartments are roomy enough for long trips. There’s a luggage rack for additional storage. Additional features include ABS brakes, electronic throttle control, air adjustable touring rear suspension, and a removable windshield and passenger seat for short cruises.