15 Days / 14 Nights
3175 Miles / 5080 KM
The Desert Trail is a 15 day thru the beautiful States of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. It hits all the wild west sites that the Southwest has to offer. Blooming Cacti and gorgeous Canyon with amazing rock formations cover this untouched landscape that will put you in awe at every turn. The overnight stops in the western towns of Tombstone AZ and Durango CO will have you in amazement and place you back in time. We will travel thru seven National Parks that all are unique in their own way. As we tour thru Monument Valley you will instantly recognize the rock formations as they are the backdrop to many of your favorite movies. Sedona and its red rock formations and the trip would not be complete without a stop at the rim of the Grand Canyon. Our excursion for this tour is a ride on the famous highly rated Steam Train running from Durango to Silverton CO. An experience of a lifetime. It is a Desert Trail that will make you want to turn around and ride it again!
East Coast Expedition
14 Days / 13 Nights
1923 Miles / 3076 KM
A trip that is on most anyones bucketlist has to be the Eastcoast Expedition. This trip is like no other. The attractions on the Altlantic Provinces are high on everyones list but visiting the Maritimes has more to offer in the way of warm Celtic and Acadian hospitality. Cape Breton Island was named by Travel Magazine as one of the Worlds most must see Islands. USA Today featured the Cabot Trail best choice for Best Motorcycle Trips in 2014. Need we say more. Add The Bay of Fundy which hosts the worlds highest tides/Peggys Cove/Digby for there famous scallops/the 160 plus lighthouses that are seen on many rocky points and don't forget the seafood restaurants at every Village. There is no "destination riding" on this Expedition. Twists and turns picture stops on the coastal highways are nonstop. 12 days of breathtaking views at every turn. Filling another slot on your bucketlist indeed. You may even want to return!!!
Rocky Mountain Adventure
13 Days / 12 Nights
2450 miles / 3942 km
The Rocky Mountain adventure tour is a trip that criss-crosses the Rocky Mountains several times, covers 2 provinces and 2 states. From the foothills to the highest peaks, the Rockies offer unimaginable scenery and breathtaking beauty. Sit back, squeeze the throttle and breathe the fresh mountain air. We start our 2450 mile journey leaving Calgary AB travelling south across the border into the USA, crossing two national parks. Through the west half of Montana and across into Idaho where we then encounter the Lolo pass - another highlight of the trip. The route then turns North through the amazing Coeur D'Alene area with lakes and crystal clear waters. We return back to Canada via the province of British Columbia. The Kootenay lakes and the Okanagan are only of a few of the major scenic attractions BC has to offer. After a rest day in the Okanagan we point the bikes north and head to Alberta to visit the well-known Jasper/Banff areas. Travelling parallel through the Rockies south to Crowsnest Pass. The Frank Slide was a tragic rockslide that buried a mining town of Frank in 1903. The interpretive center reveals the complete run down of the disastrous event. Then back to our starting point "Cow Town".
Rocky Mountain Escape
9 Days / 8 Nights
1 840 Miles / 2944 KM
This trip is geared for those wanting a quick one week getaway to the Rocky Mountains while only using a week in vacation.
Guests will arrive in Calgary on Saturday and return home on the following Sunday. Allowing them to hit the roads and experience the Majestic Rockies. This trip dips down into Glacier National Park which is home of the "Road to the Sun". It also includes the Crowsnest Pass/Kootenay Lakes/Okanogan Valley/Jasper and Banff.
Seven days of amazing sites and fabulous roads. Taking home with you unforgettable memories and photos to share with your friends.
Trek to Alaska
21 Days / 20 Nights
4913 miles / 7860 km
Ridinwithstyle is very excited to offer a ride to Alaska. When we did the planning for this trip, we kept in mind that a high percentage of people who visit Alaska will only do it once in their lifetime, so we've included an action-packed 21 day 5000 mile journey that covers the entire state.
We've called it a "trek" to exemplify the Gold Rush in 1896-1899. There was an immigration of an estimated 100,000 prospectors to the Klondike region to seek their fortune. Indeed, it was a trek for both the successful and those less fortunate
Our route takes us north to mile zero of the Alaska Highway at Dawson Creek, BC. This piece of Canadian history was constructed in 1942. The completely paved road was built for the purpose of connecting the USA to Alaska through Canada.It stretches in length to 1390 miles, and was opened to the public in 1948. Scenic views of towering mountains, sparkling glaciers, and waterways are abundant along this historic highway as well as up-close encounters with wildlife such as sheep, eagles, and moose.
Hwy 97 stretches north to Fort Nelson then swings west to Watson Lake, Yellowknife Territories. This town holds many attractions one being the Signpost Forest that was started in 1942, a spectacle to see. Travelling northwest, we enter into Alaska, a state with an astounding amount of attractions, too numerous to mention. The excursion we have chosen for this trip is a cruise on a yacht to view the stunning sites of glaciers calving into the ocean. It will leave you with a memory that will last your lifetime. We must not forget the numerous sites and scenic routes the Yukon and British Columbia also have to offer as this trip makes a loop which covers a lot of country along the way. Our last stop for souvenirs will be Jasper, then on to Calgary, Alberta for our farewell supper and reminisce about the experience we have just enjoyed.