Route 66 Tour Chicago to LA

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Ride route 66
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This Iconic Route 66 motorcycle tour rides along America’s “Mother Road” Route 66.  Our route stretches 3,200 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles.  Crossing 3 time zones and 8 States including, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.  On this tour we also take in Nevada.  During your tour we will take in much of Route 66’s history, original roads, restaurants, gas stations, and nostalgic landmarks that have been preserved exactly as they were in the 1950’s / 60’s.
Over the 16 days you will visit Chicago, Springfield, St Louis, Joplin, Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Santa Fe, Gallup, Holbrook, Winslow, Williams, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Barstow, Victorville and Santa Monica Pier. Join us on an Amazing Adventure with memories that will last a lifetime.

2018 – 1st August to 17th August

£5,995 Rider Single Occupancy
£3,895 Rider & Pillion Double Occupancy (Price p/p)

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Route 66Welcome to our day of preparation for the exciting Route 66 Motorcycle Tour. This once in a lifetime journey, with it’s unique riding experience, along the most famous two-lane highway in America, could change your life for the better.

Ride Route 66Your opportunity to visit with new friends, the experience of a legendary road featured in many iconic films and television shows.

The sights and sounds of a history long forgotten by the modern age, along with the vastly diverse scenery of a landscape most have never seen, will remind us of days gone by. We are staying at the same hotel for two nights so there will be plenty of time to experience the beauty of this magnificent city.

Contact us on: 03333 660742 or use the contact form below


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Great Advice!

We met Darren while travelling Route 66 as a couple. We had hired our bikes through EagleRider which in hindsight was more difficult than we had imagined. Navigating the old Route 66 by ourselves was much more challenging than we had thought, and we were often lost or hit dead ends on the way.We also had a mix up in our accomodation from EagleRider (was booked for a Springfield in a different state) and some of the accomodation was average to say the least.We met Darren in Sante Fe and he invited us to dinner with his touring group. He (and the rest of his group) were all super friendly. Darren was great and provided us with fantastic route instructions and places to see through to LA. We ended up seeing amazing sights that we hadn't originally planned and would have missed if we hadn't run into Darren.

Trip of a lifetime!

Such a wonderful trip, did exactly what it says on the box. Great company, friendly tour guides, nothing was ever too much trouble. Personally I haven't been on tours with others before, so having a relatively small group allowed it to remain very personal. Hotels were of a great standard, and I certainly gained a few pounds!! I look forward to completing another tour with BC Motorcycle Tours next year.

A wonderful experience

In 2016 I was able to undertake a number of motorcycle tours in the US, this one was for me the very best. To travel across America along Route 66 was a great feeling, to see the sights and to take in the hospitality of local residents as we passed though on our journey of discovery. One of the things I liked most about this tour was that it was a fairly small group unlike some of the other tour groups we met along the way. I was able to get to know everyone and shared many a great laugh as we passed along this iconic highway.

by Scott Moore on Route 66 Tour Chicago to LA
Chicago to LA

In August 2016 I embarked on a what I thought was a one off road trip on in my wildest dreams from start to finish I was buzzing the sights I saw was out of my dreams finally riding the road which songs and movies are made about as they say get your kicks on Route66 that is so true some amazing sights along the way the people are so friendly and welcoming. How to put into one word AMAZING you just have to do at the end of the tour I didn't want it to finish I had tears in my eyes I just wanted to turn round and do it all over again next month I am doing it again and I can't wait 😎😎😎