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Canada & the USA... "Coast to California" Tour

Offering the best of both the Canadian and American west coast, the Coast to California holiday starts in Vancouver, travels to the BC interior and follows the Okanagan Valley south over the international border to the Columbia Gorge. We visit Mount St. Helens and head west to the Pacific Ocean before turning south along the Oregon Coastline to California's wine country and finally arrive in San Francisco.
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We offer a variety of sport touring motorcycles from 650cc to 1200cc, as well as some cruisers and sport bikes. For your convenience and safety, our full-service support vehicle will accompany us on our ride, providing safety, luggage, spare bikes, and a break for weary passengers. Four and five star accommodations in hotels and resorts are included in the price of the tour, allowing you to relax after a long day of riding.

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Tour Details
Location:  Vancouver to San Francisco  (YVRRO7)
Terrain:  Paved roads
Duration:  14 days (incl. arrival and departure)
Riding days:  12 days
Route Length:  4,200 km (2,610 miles)
Motorcycles:  BMW, Triumph, Moto Guzzi
Group riding:  Not required
Accommodations:  4-5 star hotels and resorts, included in the tour price
Highlights:  Vancouver, Okanagan Valley, Columbia Gorge, Mount St. Helens, California's wine country, San Francisco
Tour Difficulty


 All weather motorcycling experience required
 Ability to ride tight turns and switchbacks preferred

Requirements

Motorcycle driver's license
Riding experience

Included Services

Rental bikes
Motorcycle rental insurance
Accommodations
Some meals: 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 10 dinners
Experienced guides
Bike maintenance and cleaning
Bike swap allowed
Travel at your own pace policy
Full-service chase vehicle
Shuttles, maps, park fees, & ferries
Snacks & rain suits

Not Included

Fuel (approximately CA$15-$20 per day)
Alcoholic beverages
Meals on optional riding days
Airfare
Non-scheduled activities
Individual activities
Personal travel/medical insurance


 Tour Dates  
August-September
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that interest you!
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 Tour Price
Single rider (double occupancy) CA $8,478
Single rider (single occupancy) CA $10,473
Rider & passenger (double occupancy) CA $13,035
Bring your own bike subtract CA $2,400
from tour price
 Currency: CAD  -  CURRENCY ASSISTANT
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*Reservation deposit: CA $1,000 per rider. Balance due 60 days prior to tour start date.


Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrival in Vancouver

Your holiday begins in beautiful Vancouver, B.C. the scenic gateway between the Pacific Ocean and the Coastal Mountain range of Canada’s west coast. We’ll meet for dinner at our hotel just on the outskirts of the city to go over all the details of the next morning’s ride. This allows for a nice swift departure out of Vancouver into the Fraser Valley for our first morning’s ride.

Day 2:
Vancouver to Osoyoos, BC

We make our way out of town heading east on the famous #1 Trans-Canada Highway and stop in the town of Hope for a quick coffee break. We’ll then follow highway 3 through Manning Park and Princeton en route to the wine regions of the Okanagan Valley. Next stop is Canada’s only desert, Osoyoos where we’ll spend our first night on the road at the Spirit Ridge resort complete with it’s own winery, golf course, marina and native cultural centre. We’ll enjoy a fantastic dinner overlooking the lake & vineyard!

Day 3:
Osoyoos to Soap Lake, Washington

we’ll cross the Canada-US border at Midway and test out some of the twisties in the Cascade Mountains of Washington. We’ll stop for the night in a little place called The Inn at Soap Lake, where you can soak in your own tub filled with the rejuvenating spring water that has made Soap Lake famous.

Day 4:
Soap Lake to Hood River, Oregon

We’ll ride a wonderfully twisty road which winds its way down towards the edge of the Columbia River. We follow the Columbia until we cross into Oregon at Hood River where we’ll spend two nights at The Hood River Hotel.

Day 5:
Day off in Hood River

As with all rest days, riding is optional, but we think you’ll agree that the ride up to the crater of Mount St. Helens is worth it. The roads and scenery are remarkable as we pass the site of one of the biggest volcano eruptions of modern times.

Day 6:
Hood River to Sunriver, Oregon
On the way out of Hood River, our morning is spent riding some of Oregon’s best roads. Lunch is in Shaniko, Oregon’s ‘best known ghost town’ with a population of approximately 30 people. The afternoon ride takes us through Oregon high prairie and scenic native American land. Our destination is the Sun River Resort, nestled in the middle of Newberry volcanic area.

Day 7:
Day off in Sunriver


Day 8:
Sunriver to Ashland, Oregon
We take the scenic route to Mt. Bachelor, following the Cascade Lakes Highway south towards Crater Lake, where we’ll stop for lunch and pictures. We’ll end the day in the artsy town of Ashland.

Day 9:
Ashland to Ferndale, California
As we leave Oregon, we have a chance to check out California’s famous Redwood trees. We spend the day riding through the forest and roll into Ferndale, California for the night.

Day 10:
Ferndale to Mendocino, California
Day 10 takes us back to the ocean and rolling waves. We start the morning with about 35 miles of tight twisties and then hook back up with the coast. This is Old Highway #1, with much of the road cut into bluffs along the ocean’s edge. Our stop for the evening is the oceanfront Mendocino Inn, where whales can be spotted playing in the surf. Wow!

Day 11:
Mendocino to Sonoma, California
Our last three days take in some of California’s very best roads. From the coast we ride inland towards the vineyards of Northern California. We’ve had numerous guests return to this holiday just to ride the stretch of road from Stewart’s Point to Lake Sonoma. We spend the next two evenings at a fun and charming inn called The Hotel Eldorado. The area offers great riding either along the coast or up to Lake Berryessa.

Day 12:
Day off in Sonoma
Since we’re in the Sonoma/Napa area, anyone up for a winery tour or two? This area is famous for its wine, and this is a great time to sample what they have to offer. After many years of running this holiday, Brandon (our lead guide) has put together an incredible winery tour.

Day 13:
Sonoma to San Francisco, California
Our final day’s ride takes us back to the coast, along the twisty roads of Marin County and over the Golden Gate Bridge to our final destination, the famous Fisherman’s Wharf area in San Francisco.

Day 14:
Departure
After your holiday is over, if you just can’t get enough of the area, we can help you book some extra time in San Francisco.


Note: We reserve the right to make changes.


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