Western Highlights 2 Self-Drive Motorcycle Tour

15 Days / 14 Nights Distance – 2220 Miles,  3552 Kilometers

Seasons: Spring, Summer and Fall

Spend two weeks exploring the excitement of the West on the back of your favorite PrintHarley, Honda, or BMW motorcycle with EagleRider’s Western Highlights II Motorcycle Tour. This tour will guide you on the adventure of your lifetime through the top destinations in California, Arizona and Nevada. You will get to ride across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, tour along the “Old Mother Road” Route 66 Highway, spend a day viewing the Majestic Grand Canyon, and so much more. Before you finish your tour you will have a formal understanding of the excitement of “Sin City” Las Vegas and the beauty of Yosemite National Park and the tranquility of riding along the Pacific Coast Highway. The Western Highlights II Motorcycle Tour won’t let anything pass you by. Reserve your self-drive tour with EagleRider today!

 Tour Map

Day 1- Arrival Los Angeles

Arrive at Los Angeles International airport and transfer to your hotel. Location ImageOvernight.






Day 2 – Los Angeles to Palm Springs – 195 miles

Location ImageThis morning you pick up your bike at EagleRider’s LAX location and begin your adventure that will take you all over the Western United States! Ride the winding mountain roads down to Lake Elsinore to the fashionable resort town of Palm Springs. Overnight.



Day 3 Palm Springs to Pheonix – 270 miles

From Palm Springs take Hwy 62 towards Joshua Tree, Location Imagewhere you turn right on Park Blvd. Enjoy a scenic ride through Joshua Tree National Park – you see amazing colors, rock canyons, and more kind of cacti than you ever knew existed. Pick up Quail Springs Road and turn right at El Dorado Mine Road, then head south to Hwy 10, which will take you all the way to Phoenix. Phoenix is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, mainly due to the dry climate and many days of sunshine. Overnight.


Day 4 – Pheonix to Flagstaff – 215 miles

From Phoenix you head north on Hwy 17 until you get to Location ImageMontezuma Castle, a National Monument of well-preserved ancient cliff dwellings, which you should visit. Continue to Sedona, a unique town with some dramatic otherworld scenery. Sedona is famous for its spiritual energy and a thriving art community. From uptown Sedona you take Hwy 89a and you will find yourself in a natural paradise for motorcycle travelers on your run through Oak Creek Canyon – probably the most intimate spot on the southern edge of the Great Colorado Plateau. The scenery may look familiar, since many scenes in cowboy movies had been filmed here. Hwy 89a will take you all the way to Flagstaff. Overnight.

Day 5 – Flagstaff to Grand Canyon – 110 miles

From Flagstaff it is only a short ride to the fantastic Grand Location ImageCanyon. Take Hwy 89 to Cameron, then enter Hwy 64 west and enjoy cruising along the South Rim. You will have all day to explore the majestic canyon, which is far larger than anything you can imagine. Overnight.



Day 6 – Grand Canyon to Las Vegas – 290 miles

Take Hwy 64 towards Williams. Here your journey gets Location Imagelegendary appeal, as you enter historic Route 66, the “Mother Road”, which you ride all the way to Kingman. Kingman is considered the “heart of historic Route 66”. From Kingman you head for the glittering “entertainment capital of the world” to Las Vegas. Take Hwy 93 and enjoy a ride through Lake Mead National Recreation Area and the Cerbat Mountains. Hwy 93 will take you to one of the world’s greatest man-made structures, the Hoover Dam, which marks the border between Arizona and Nevada. Continue to Las Vegas. Overnight.

Day 7 Las Vegas 0 miles

Today is at leisure to enjoy all that Las Vegas – the city Location Imagesteeped in excess – has to offer. Overnight.






Day 8 – Las Vegas to Lone Pine – 265 miles

Location ImageYou are leaving Las Vegas on Route 160, go up to Hwy 190, which will lead you west through the Death Valley – a lonely stretch, no twists and turns, just rolling desert. After defeating Death Valley you head on to Lone Pine, which is a purely American experience…more than 300 Western movies were filmed here. Overnight.



Day 9 – Lone Pine to El Portal – 210 miles

From Lone Pine you take Hwy 395, the road out of Lone Pine Location Imagestays in true form: impressive mountains and straight runs. Continue north and you will blaze down the road with the Sierra Nevada’s on the left and the Inyo Mountains on the right. The spicy fragrance of the desert is just as bracing as the chill of the mountain air – enjoy this motorcycle friendly road! Ride up to the nice town of Lee Vining, where you enter Tioga Pass and then head all the way to Yosemite Village (74 miles). Overnight.


Day 10 Yosemite to San Francisco – 225 miles

Location ImageToday you are heading back to the Pacific Coast. Ride via Modesto and go north towards Napa Valley, where famed wineries welcome you for tours and tasting. Napa Valley is the closest you can come to riding along the Mediterranean roads. We suggest taking Hwy 99 from Modesto to Lodi, where you enter Hwy 12 west, which will take you up to Napa. You head back to San Francisco through Marin County and cross the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco, your base for the next two nights.



Day 11 – San Francisco Free Day 0 miles

Today is at leisure to enjoy all that San Francisco – for many Location Imagethe most beautiful city in the world – has to offer. Overnight.





Day 12 – San Francisco to Monterey – 120 miles

Enjoy one of the best motorcycle rides in the world, Location Imagedown legendary PCH (Hwy 1) along the Pacific Ocean. Breathtaking views of the coves and inlets of the Pacific Coastline are yours as you are heading for Monterey. You might like to explore some of the Santa Cruz Mountain back roads. Have a cup of coffee at Alice’s Restaurant at famous Skyline Boulevard – a must for every biker! In Monterey enjoy life at Cannery Row or visit the Bay Aquarium. Overnight.


Day 13 – Monterey to Pismo Beach – 150 miles

From Monterey your exciting ride continues south on Location ImagePCH and we recommend a stop in the quaint village of Carmel. You might want to check out Hearst Castle in San Simeon for a glimpse into the lifestyle of the rich and famous. A little further south you come to Morro Bay – Central Coast at it’s best! Today’s destination is Pismo Beach – you are in Wine Country, this area is the home to award winning wines and premium vineyards. Overnight.


Day 14 – Pismo Beach to Los Angeles – 180 miles

Location ImageContinue your beautiful ride along the Southern Pacific Coast and head towards Santa Barbara – a beautiful seaside community with its famous old mission. Out of Santa Barbara you ride via Ventura, Oxnard, Malibu, and Santa Monica back to Los Angeles. Upon arrival it will be time to return your bike at EagleRider’s LAX location and transfer to your hotel. Overnight.



Day 15 – Los Angeles Departure

Today your wonderful trip will come to an end with your Location Imagedeparture flight back home.







        2018 price $ per person   HVT price per person
2 people, 1 bike, 1 room       $2565   £1880
2 people, 2 bikes, 1 room       $3420   £2499
1 person, 1 bike, 1 room       $4800   £3520

Owing to exchange rate fluctuations, please contact us for today’s best price

If a larger group of bikes are going on the tour, please ask us for a quote.

What’s Included

  • All accommodations
  • Late model Motorcycles
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Co-pilot book
  • Helmets for the driver and passenger
  • Transportation between hotel and EagleRider location (restrictions may apply at certain locations)
  • Detailed day by day or hour by hour itinerary
  • Routing with scenic drive specific for motorbikes
  • Hotel Information
  • Maps
  • Tips for local areas
  • Sales tax
  • Environmental surcharge
  • VIP check-in at location

What’s Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Food and snacks
  • Beverages
  • Fuel and oil
  • Insurance / Theft & Damage Waiver
  • Tips
  • Personal souvenirs
  • Parking fees, park entrance fees, road or toll charges
  • Seasonal surcharges
  • Rally surcharges
  • Transfer airport-hotel-airport

The itinerary may be subject to change owing to availability of accommodation or road conditions. All mileages are approximate. In the case of major exchange rate fluctuations, we reserve the right to alter prices and issue a currency surcharge/refund as necessary. Flights not included.

A deposit of £300 per bike is required if you book your tour more than 24 weeks before the tour starts. 50% of the tour price is required to be paid 24 weeks before the tour starts and the balance paid 12 weeks before the tour starts.

Please see EagleRider Terms and Conditions at www.Eaglerider.com

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