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    Suggested Route 66 Motorcycle Road Trip Packages From (Per Person Sharing)
    £ 4 800 ex London
    € 5 650 ex Amsterdam
    $ 5 500 ex New York
    R 79 000 ex Johannesburg

    Our packages include Economy Class flights, private airport transfers, a guided group motorcycle tour and accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels. These packages are merely indicative and can be customised to suit your requirements.

    Package Pricing per person sharing (Including all Airport & Hotel Taxes)


    Option 1 – One Bike, One Room
    Economy Class Flights
    Private airport transfers
    14 night guided group motorcycle tour of Route 66 on your choice of a late model Harley-Davidson, Indian, Honda, BMW or Yamaha motorcycle. (One shared Bike, One Room)
    Accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels along Route 66
    Inclusions: Breakfast and fuel on riding days, unlimited mileage, pre-tour welcome dinner and post-tour farewell dinner, a custom riding jacket, helmets, a Grand Canyon helciopter ride and all taxes and fees.

    £ 4 800 ex London
    € 5 650 ex Amsterdam
    $ 5 500 ex New York
    R 79 000 ex Johannesburg
    (Per person based on 2 people sharing one bike and one room)

    Option 2 – Two Bikes, One Room
    Economy Class Flights
    Private airport transfers
    14 night guided group motorcycle tour of Route 66 on your choice of a late model Harley-Davidson, Indian, Honda, BMW or Yamaha motorcycle. (Two Bikes, One Room)
    Accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels along Route 66
    Inclusions: Breakfast and fuel on riding days, unlimited mileage, pre-tour welcome dinner and post-tour farewell dinner, a custom riding jacket, helmets, a Grand Canyon helciopter ride and all taxes and fees.

    £ 6 000 ex London
    € 7 000 ex Amsterdam
    $ 7 000 ex New York
    R 98 500 ex Johannesburg
    (Per person based on 2 people with a bike each, sharing one room)


    Route 66

    *Tours are available on specific departure dates from 1 April to 31 October. Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuations and other general economic conditions.
    **Rental Requirements: Client must be 21 years of age, have a valid motorcycle license and credit card and minimum 1 year riding experience on heavyweight motorcycles.

    Route 66 Motorcycle Road Trip Highlights


    Our Route 66 Road Trip packages have been designed by our travel specialists to deliver matchless experiences while catering to your every need. This travel experience combines flights, airport transfers, accommodation and hand-picked activities and experiences in select World’s Ultimate destinations. Should you wish, you can extend your trip with pre-tour accommodation in Chicago or post-tour accommodation in Los Angeles.

    Located on the bank of Lake Michigan in the State of Illinois, Chicago is known as the “Jewel of the Midwest”. The city has superb attractions from globally renowned museums, to scenic parks, impressive architecture, a vibrant arts scene, excellent dining options including Michelin star-rated restaurants, and glamorous shopping.

    Route 66
    Enjoy an unforgettable motorcycle trip on Route 66. Join us on this classic American adventure and explore what generations of dreamers have experienced before you. Ride the 2,400 miles of Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles in 15 days, or pick your favorite stretch of Route 66 if you have less time. Choose from the best late model Motorcycle Rentals for this iconic summer adventure!

    Los Angeles
    This vibrant and multicultural global metropolis is rich in culture, heritage and beautiful scenery and is home to the American entertainment industry. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean to Downtown L.A. at the Griffith Observatory or visit the Hollywood Sign or the Walk of Fame, universal symbols of ambition and success.

    World’s Ultimate Hotels
    World’s Ultimate Experiences offers accommodation that will ensure that you experience the best of your chosen destination. Accommodation in Three and Four Star Hotels is included in your guided motorcycle tour.


    Arrive in Chicago

    Welcome to the Windy City! Nicknamed the ‘Paris of the Prairie’, Chicago is the biggest and most exciting of the Great Lake cities. It includes a stunning skyline along Lake Michigan, and a gamut of top-rated museums, restaurants and cafes, and innumerable bars and nightclubs that pay homage to the city’s strong jazz and blues heritage. Tonight you will get to meet your fellow riders and Tour Guides at an Orientation Meeting at the tour hotel, followed by a great Welcome Dinner and celebration downtown. Your dream Route 66 journey is about to begin!

    Chicago to Springfield

    This morning you pick up your bike and are off to the ultimate American road trip. The legendary Route 66 begins at the doorstep of our EagleRider location, cutting through the state of Illinois before running all the way to the Pacific Coast. From Chicago you head south along the Pontiac Trail, the original name for this bit of the road here, passing through Joliet, checking out the Launching Pad Giant, stopping at the amazing RT 66 Museum in Pontiac and generally getting a feel for the rubber on the Mother Road. 187.0 mi / 299.2 km

    Springfield to St. Louis

    Today we head towards St. Louis! We will stay primarily on the 2-lane sections of the Mother Road, traversing cornfields and small towns that represent the heartland of America. Our arrival into St. Louis will be over the Chain of Rocks Bridge, the original bridge where RT 66 crossed the Mississippi River. Enjoy the short ride today into the “Gateway to the West,” St. Louis. This amazing city rests along the shores of the mighty Mississippi River and is home to some of the best live music and BBQ ribs in the country. 116.0 mi / 185.6 km

    St. Louis to Joplin

    Try to get up early to walk across the street today and enjoy an early morning view of the St. Louis Arch and Mississippi River before we hit the road. We quickly leave the city in mirrors as we settle in to enjoy the rolling Missouri hills that make this area so beautiful and fun to ride in. We will stop and see the famous World’s Largest Rocking Chair in Fanning, wind our way on the twisting roads of Devil’s Elbow! We will stop to meet Gary at Gay Parita’s, himself a Route 66 icon. Tonight we will enjoy a stay in Joplin, a city that was hit very hard in 2011 by a massive tornado. We’ll hang with the locals in the small downtown area and hear some amazing stories about what it was like to be in the eye of a massive tornado! 335.0 mi / 536 km


    Joplin to Oklahoma City

    Today is all about the ride! From Joplin we head west through the rolling hills and horse country that is Oklahoma, passing through the towns of Miami, Claremore and Catoosa, where the legendary Blue Whale resides, and stopping for lunch in a Tulsa diner. We will also pass through the lands of several Native American tribes. In the 1830’s all this land, held to be useless by the Federal Government, was set aside as Indian Territory–a convenient dumping ground for the tribes that “blocked” white settlement in the southern states. The Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, Creek and Cherokee are some of the tribes that make up the state’s large Native American Indian population. Further west you ride through El Reno – over the mile-long bridge, near Bridgeport and into Oklahoma City, the heart and soul of Route 66 country. 255.0 mi / 408.0 km


    Oklahoma City to Amarillo

    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. Our good friends from “The Big Texan Steakhouse” will pick our group up at the hotel in a fleet of old Caddies graced with the horns of Texas Longhorns across the hood and take us to enjoy the absolute best steaks in Texas! 266.0 mi / 425.6 km


    Amarillo to Santa Fe

    Today you leave Texas and are on your way into “The Land of Enchantment”, New Mexico – after passing through the world famous Cadillac Ranch. 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 the Comanche Indians, where mesas, mountains, cactus and pines define the landscape as 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. 303.0 mi / 484.8 km


    Explore Santa Fe

    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.


    Santa Fe to Gallup

    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. 271.0 mi / 433.6 km


    Gallup to Grand Canyon

    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! 283.0 mi / 452.8 km


    Grand Canyon to Laughlin

    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. Later, we will have plenty of time to ride along the rim and stop for amazing vistas and photos. We will leave the Grand Canyon and pick Route 66 back up in Williams, Arizona before heading stops in the famous 66 towns of Seligman, Peach Springs, and Hackberry. 256.0 mi / 409.6 km


    Laughlin to Las Vegas

    Today is a quick ride for a little detour to take in the incredible sights and sounds of Las Vegas…but first we ride through the Old West Ghost Town of Oatman, and journey 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. 129.0 mi / 206.4 km


    Las Vegas to Victorville

    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!. Tonight, we celebrate our last night on the Mother Road. 282.0 mi / 451.2 km


    Victorville to Los Angeles

    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 heading 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 for our Farewell Dinner! 124.0 mi / 198.4 km


    Return Flight

    You will be transferred to the airport for your return flight.



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