Route 66 - SPRING, SUMMER & FALL
With three Route 66 Guided Tours run annually by our company we’re sure you’ll find the dates and trip that suit you best. All tours give you the option of driving a car or riding a bike. We give you the time required to slow down and enjoy The Mother Road. Our tour averages only 177 miles per day, yet they are full and action packed days.
Go on a magical adventure through some of the world’s most beautiful National Parks with a fully guided road trip. Ride the amazing Rocky Mountains to the Black Hills of South Dakota, then take in one of the biggest bike festivals of all time. Along the way experience North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and much more. Riding this tour will blow you away, and ruin riding for you here in Australia, it's that good.
Book now for this amazing tour celebrating 120 years of fantastic bikes, people, riding culture, and Harley-Davidson history. The Harley-Davidson 120th Anniversary Tour will take all the effort out of attending this event, and we will add to the experience as well.
TAILORED OPTIONS FOR YOUR TOUR
Our trips are meticulously planned, and no two adventure tours are ever the same. Ask our tour company at the time of booking if there are particular interests on your guided trip that might be included along the way. We can also plan your pre and post Route 66 adventure travel itineraries.
Find Yourself Trail Blazing Historic Route 66 – The legendary highway that stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica and takes the driver across 8 states via some amazing and diverse scenery. Originally made up by Native American trails it became Covered Wagon trails and then was used as the route for the steam powered steel horse and finally the road for the automobile.
From humble beginnings in 1926 to its final decommissioning in 1985 this concrete and asphalt ribbon became a vital arterial for a growing nation. The depression years saw hundreds of thousands flee the dust bowl of central USA toward the hopes and dreams of California. It became known as the “Mother Road” when John Steinbeck wrote of it in Grapes of Wrath and then later in the heady post war years it truly was “The Main Street of America” as it past right down the main streets of the many towns it passed through.
Written into many popular songs and celebrated on TV shows and in the Movies this historical highway has become widely known of. Now this wonderful relic of a bygone era is, in places, totally extinct with the asphalt torn up and cattle grazing where families once journeyed. In many other places locals have banded together to preserve Route 66 and what it has become to mean, so those of us can enjoy it today.
This now rarely used road takes those that seek it out on a pleasant tour of yesterday with its quiet meandering ways through ghost towns and small centers where Mom & Pop businesses struggle to scratch out a living. Long banished to the Interstate Highway is the heavy traffic that once plied its way to and fro along this fabled road.
Stories abound at every turn with the people that made their living along the road as they remember the days it hummed with life and love. The romance of the road and of the road trip calls, so come get your kicks and allow us to guide you down one of the great memory lanes and introduce you to this most famous of roads. Route 66. Phone us on 1300-760-806
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