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USA Deliverance Guided Tour

18 days, 17 nights                                   3000 MilesHigh Resolution HADRIAN white bgr

2017: October 30 to 16 November FULLY BOOKED and  31 October to 17 November FULLY BOOKED

Bookings are now being taken for 30 October to 16 November 2018

This is a great chance to ride from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts, taking in 8 states, 4 time zones and 3 oceans.  Staying 2 nights in Los Angeles, San Antonio and New Orleans.

 Deliverance Ride Map

 

Day 1 Arrival Los Angeles, California

Meet up with your guides and other riders in your first hotel, and enjoy a relaxing evening meal 20130725_105608-weband a few drinks after your flight.

Day 2 Los Angeles

A chance to see the sights in LA, Hollywood, Beverley Hills, Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach or hop on a tour bus to see the sites with a running commentary to listen to.  One thing’s for sure you can’t cease to be amazed by “The City of Angels”! Later on in the afternoon we’ll all get picked up from the hotel and go and collect our bikes so that we will be able to make an easy start into the countryside of southern California.

Day 3 Los Angeles to Borrego Springs, California 171 miles

20151102_073140Today we head out of the urban sprawl of Los Angeles and ride the spectacular US74 to Lake Elsinore and onwards into the stunning Santa Rosa Mountains. Our overnight stay in Borrego Springs lies deep in the heart of the Californian high mountain deserts where an oasis of swimming pools, cool beers, good food and desert breezes await us.

Day 4 Borrego Springs to Gila Bend, Arizona 256 miles

This morning we ride towards the Salton Sea which lies at 71 metres below sea level and directly on the San Andreas Fault line. Heading south we then enter the Californian playground known as the Algodones Recreation area and through the spectacular Imperial Sand 20151102_104709Dunes, lets hope it’s not windy!  There may be time to call in for a few t-shirts at a Harley Davidson dealer in Yuma en route.

Day 5 Gila Bend to Tombstone, Arizona 259 miles

20151103_083753We’ve all seen the huge Saguaro Cacti in the famous Spaghetti Westerns set in and around Arizona. Well today we ride through the Sonoran Desert and see them for ourselves. Our route takes us through the wide open spaces of southern Arizona and through a number of towns and villages that are heavily influenced by the architecture of nearby Mexico. We skirt the sprawling city of Tucson and then head off towards the High Plains for our overnight in “The Town that’s too tough to die” – Tombstone, Arizona. While away the evening roaming the boardwalks, taking a drink in Big Nose Kate’s Saloon or grab a great steak at The Longhorn Saloon or one of the many other authentic restaurants.

Day 6 Tombstone to El Paso, New Mexico 279 miles

20151104_110725Riding south from Tombstone we will pass through the thriving town of Bisbee, now home to many artisans and artists, and past what was once one of the biggest Copper mines in the USA. From Bisbee we head towards Douglas which lies on one of the major USA/Mexico border posts, though we will only give the Mexicans a wave before continuing our journey eastwards towards El Paso. This part of the journey takes us through some of the most deserted roads in southern USA via the famous Geronimo Surrender Monument at Apache, a truly inspiring days riding. Our evening gives us the opportunity to eat at a number of restaurants near our hotel on the outskirts of El Paso.

Day 7 El Paso to Alpine, Texas 230 miles

20151105_090146First stop will be at “The Largest Harley Davidson Dealers in the USA” Barnett Harley Davidson in El Paso – huge and amazing! Our ride soon sees cruising out of New Mexico and into the wide open spaces of Texas. Next stop is the Davis Mountains where we may have the chance to call in at the McDonald Space Observatory before wending our way down through Fort Davis to our overnight stay in the town of Alpine.

Day 8 Alpine to San Antonio, Texas 358 miles

The back roads of western Texas are virtually traffic free and the sheer scale of this vast State 20151108_164204really starts to become apparent. Small towns dot the road on our journey south and the odd wrangler may well be seen going about his daily business. Lunch will be in the busy town of Del Rio and our afternoon moves us on east to the thriving city of San Antonio, Texas.

Day 9 San Antonio free day

20140617_142835Maybe visit the Alamo today and see some of the history and background of this once heavily disputed Texan city. Enjoy a stroll along the famous San Antonio River Walk with its many cafes, restaurants, shops and bars and spend the evening listening to live music.

Day 10 San Antonio to Galveston, Texas 294 miles

Time to head south east today for the shores of The Gulf of Mexico. Our route now begins to take us 20141112_112312into the greener lands of Southern Texas and leaves the desert lands of the West behind us. The coastal route into Galveston is spectacular with huge holiday homes built on stilts and a sea road that sometimes appears to be lower than the ocean that is passing by to your right! Galveston is a busy coastal town with many busy bars and restaurants to help us chill out for the evening.

Day 11 Galveston to Gonzales, Louisiana 292 miles

20151114_173948First stop of the day will be to board the ferry from Galveston to Port Bolivar across the mouth of Galveston Bay. Keep a look out for the many Dolphins and Pelicans that live in and around this busy waterway. The heavily forested US 190 is our preferred road for the afternoon taking us almost directly east through many small towns and villages before spilling us out onto the Baton Rouge circulatory system and then southwards to our overnight in Gonzales, Louisiana.

Day 12 Gonzales to New Orleans, Louisiana 84 miles

First call in the morning will be to the mind blowing Cabelas Outdoor Superstore close to our hotel 20140626_124837and then maybe a trip to the Cowboy Boot store, yep retail therapy for those who need it! Leaving Gonzales and heading towards “The Big Easy” (New Orleans) we’ll call in at the jetty of one of the Swamp Boat Tour operators for anyone who would like to see the great southern swamplands by airboat and get the chance to eyeball an Alligator or two! (Please let us know if you would like one of these trips organised for you).

Day 13 New Orleans free day

20130630_150420Our hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of the French Quarter, within easy walking distance of Bourbon Street, Frenchmen Street and the bustling French Market where every kind of live Jazz, Blues, R & B, Country, Zydeco and many others abound!  Go on a steamboat cruise down the Mississippi, take a tour of New Orleans which includes seeing places devastated by Katrina or just indulge yourself in the multitude of sights, sounds, smells, places and people that this thriving city has to show you!

 

Day 14 New Orleans to Mobile, Alabama 173 miles

Prepare to be amazed as we leave New Orleans via the amazing 23 mile long Lake Pontchartrain 20151108_183856causeway – “The road with no end” and prepare to indulge yourself in a traditional Louisiana breakfast in the town of Mandeville. Tennessee makes it’s way into our story book today as we head east towards Alabama along the coast and through the seaside resort of Biloxi. Don’t forget to look to your left as well on this ride at the houses of the rich and famous. Our downtown hotel in Mobile offers an easy stroll to many downtown bars and restaurants with music and entertainment for those who aren’t partied out after New Orleans!

Day 15 Mobile, Alabama to Tallahassee, Florida 246 miles

20151110_201230Keep your ears peeled today for the distant strains of banjo’s playing and your senses tuned for the drifting perfume of illicit moonshine stills! Heavily wooded highway with sleepy towns and villages interspersed with the most amazing series of southern churches will have you reminiscing over a drink or two for years to come.

Our hotel on the outskirts of Tallahassee is well situated for an easy evening stroll to the many nearby restaurants and bars.

Day 16 Tallahassee to Ormond Beach, Florida 251 miles

20141114_120620The “Sunshine State” has arrived and our journey takes us predominantly eastward through this busy State and towards our third and final Ocean, the Atlantic. We’ll get a chance today to visit one of the famous Boot Barn stores and take a bite to eat at the Blackwater Inn on the river of the same name.

Ormond Beach and Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona Harley Davidson village await us at the end of the day for more shopping and we can look forward to some great BBQ at “The Pig Stand” before enjoying a few beers and maybe some live music at the “Saints and Sinners” bar.

Day 17 Ormond Beach to Orlando, Florida 70 miles

20151112_133021A short ride today via Daytona Beach where we can dip our toes in the Atlantic and sign off our Coast to Coast USA odyssey. Nearly 3,000 miles across mainland USA and a lifetime of memories to live and re-live, an adventure of truly epic proportions!

Spend the evening on International Drive and maybe join us for a night of food, drink and entertainment at BB King’s Blues Club. We’ll be there – you coming?

Day 18 Departure Day

Time to say goodbye to your new friends, and we hope to ride with you again soon!

 

2017 price per person
2 people, 1 bike, 1 room £2299
2 people, 2 bikes, 1 room £3199
1 person, 1 bike, 1 room £4239

 

What’s Included: Harley-Davidson or Indian Motorcycle rental, sales & environmental taxes, EVIP ZERO Theft & Damage Waivers, Fuel & oil,   support vehicle (carries all luggage and drinks), all 2/3* hotels with some breakfasts, custom HVT mesh jacket, Welcome dinner, tour guides and 3,000 free miles (please note if you choose to ride additional miles to those included on the tour, eg on your free days, and exceed the 3,000 miles, you will be charged 39 cents/26p per mile).

Flights not included.

Supplementary Liability Insurance is also available at £15 and £20 per day.

In the case of major Exchange Rate fluctuations, we reserve the right to alter prices and issue a currency surcharge/refund if necessary.

A deposit of £300 per bike is all you need to reserve your place more than 24  weeks before the tour starts.  50% of the tour price is then 24 weeks before the tour starts and the balance is due 12 weeks before the tour starts.  We hold a pre-tour meeting around 6 – 8 week before departure, where we give a detailed talk on what to expect on your guided tour, information on riding in the USA, what to wear and bring, and we provide you with an information pack.  The meeting also give you the opportunity to ask questions, meet your fellow riders, and revs up your excitement for the tour!

Please note that HVT reserve the right to route the Deliverance tour to suit weather conditions or other issues that may affect the chosen route.  All mileages area approximate.

Please ensure you have read all Hadrian V-Twin Tours & Rentals Guided tour Terms and Conditions

To reserve a place or to make an enquiry about this tour please go to Contact Us

Or Tel: 01830 540176   e mail: nige.collis@hadrianvtwin.co.uk

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2 Comments to "USA Deliverance Guided Tour"
  1. Andy Cubbage says:

    We are interested in your deliverance tour for 2018 and were discussing staying a week in Orlando at the end could we use the same hotel the tour ends at in Orlando if so do you know which one it would be at this early stage?
    Also do you have more info on the tour other than what’s on the website?

    • Dot Johnston says:

      Hi Andy
      Thanks for your interest in our very popular Deliverance Tour. Of course we can extend your stay in the Orlando hotel we use for the tour, and I’ve replied to your personal inbox with more details.
      Ride Safe
      Dot

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