Expectations for Your Fun & Relaxing Motorcycle Tour

  • Start your guided motorcycle tour by simply calling or emailing us or reserve online by completing the form on the Reserve tab.
  • Once you have decided which motorcycle tour you want, we will help you obtain a rental bike, if necessary. We work with local and reputable rental shops with a wide selection of cruisers, touring bikes, and even sport bikes.
  • On the day of your tour, the group will meet at a pre-designated rally point, usually a café, where we will meet and greet and go over basic group riding tips and the day’s itinerary including scheduled fuel/rest stops and attractions. Your Epic Cycle Tour guides are an experienced rider team and will safely lead the group as Road Captain, be your point of contact for questions or concerns, and also provide historical overview and commentary on attractions along the way.
  • Once the wheels are rolling just relax and enjoy! We always make safety a priority and ride speeds keep within the posted speed limits. Most roads are well maintained two-lane highways that avoid congested freeways and provide access to unmatched beauty and diversity. Daily riding distances will vary depending upon the terrain and points of interest along the way, but are designed not to be overly tiresome.
  • At the end of the day’s tour we will rest and relax in some of the most unique and historic hotels and lodges in the Southwest. Only when necessary will we stay in chain hotels, and they will be of the highest quality.
  • Many overnight tours end the day with an optional group dinner so that you can experience the camaraderie of your group motorcycle touring partners. When possible we will also try to stay within walking distance to local nightlife attractions so that you can fully experience every aspect of your destination.
  • Upon completion of your tour, EPIC CYCLE TOURS will assist with any necessary accommodations. You simply leave with ever- lasting memories of Southwestern beauty and culture, a few new friends,  a bit of road grime, and a smile!


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