Odyssey Motorcycle Touring

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Valley of the Vines Tour

$450 Single – $135 Passenger

2020 TOUR DATES

March 26TH – thru – March 28TH

July 15TH – thru – July 17TH

Valley of the Vines – A Three Day Tour

This ride started off as a ride to check out a particular brand of wine, for a gift.  After multiple trips in the region, we pieced together some popular motorcycle roads, with some road selections that we weren’t really looking for.  The result is some of the most relaxing and scenic slow riding we could have stumbled upon.  Perfect for cruisers, couples and friends that want to take your time and enjoy the perfect outing. Our recent guests, described this trip as the most relaxing motorcycle ride they had ever taken.  Hence, Valley of the Vines. 

Day 1 – Santa Clarita to San Luis Obispo.  We’ll meet up early for our pre-ride briefing, before heading out for the ride.  Once on the road we’ll ride through the groves making our way toward the Ojai region for a quick break and to top off our bikes.  We’ll continue along the coastal towns before making our way up into the Santa Ynez Valley for a quick lunch.  Then we’re back on the road exploring the wine region of the Santa Yenez valley and points north, Foxen Canyon, among other roads in the area that are popular with riders, we don’t want to miss this area of Santa Barbara County.  Then out to the coast for the remainder of our trip and to our stop for the night.

Day 2- The Paso Robles Region.  The expression “so many roads, so little time” sums up this day perfectly.  There are so many roads and choices in this area, that we have various routes that put us “back and forth” and “to and from” Pacific Coast Highway.  The ride is a pleasant cruise through the mountains with stops for photo’s, excellent food and that clean sea air.  We’ll finish the day back in the San Luis Obispo area.  There are some good restaurant choices in town as we’ll walk over for our final dinner of the trip together.

Big Sur and Carmel

$450 Single – $135 Passenger

2020 TOUR DATES

April 3RD – thru – April 5TH

July 10TH – thru – July 12TH

Big Sur and Carmel by the Sea.

What’s a Central Coast ride without the option of seeing Carmel by the Sea and Big Sur? This tour provides the Pacific Ocean on the Left and the Pacific Ocean on the Right.  We are going to spend some time on California’s most popular Motorcycle and Coastal Roads in the region. 

Day 1- Santa Clarita to San Luis Obispo County.  The morning starts early as we meet for our pre-ride briefing.  We’ll start out with a little warm up, riding through the agricultural areas in Ventura County before, making our way up into Ojai and onto to points north.  Carpinteria, Montecito and parts of Santa Barbara County, provide for our morning leg, before stopping for a quick lunch break and fuel stop. We will then head out to Foxen Canyon and some adjoining roads linked together and then up through Pismo Beach and onto our stop for the night. 

Day two begins with our journey up into the Carmel Valley region.  Carmel Valley Road is a popular road for motorcyclists riding this region and we don’t want miss it.  We’ll begin making our way south along the Big Sur Coastline  “a photographers dream”, with many different looks to this coastal area.  Bixby Bridge is a popular stopping area with rock formations jutting out of the sea foam.  We’ll continue onto the Elephant Seal Vista Point, outside of San Simeon and then onto Cambria for a stop in town.  We’ll stop for the night in San Luis Obispo, for a nice dinner and celebrate the days ride.

Day 3 – Time for something different.  We’ll head inland as we ride at cruising speeds on the sweeping turns of Highway 166 and then back into Los Angeles County via back roads.  As we part ways at the end of the ride, we hope that you’ll take some fun memories home with you.  We hope to see you with us on our next ride. 

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