Coast To Coast Motorcycle Hire
Thinking of renting a motorcycle and doing the ultimate tour, a Coast To Coast ride? We can help make it happen for you. EagleRider has over 70 locations in the USA, so you can choose to start and finish almost anywhere. And you don’t have to do it on a Harley Davidson, there are a wide range of bikes available (subject to availability at the pickup location chosen).
(Note: if you’re interested in one of our pre-planned self-guided tours with lodging, bike hire and route directions included, click here)
Rate varies based on which motorcycle you choose, and which pick off and drop off location:
Harley: From £2149 or $3380 USD (including One-Way Fee)
Triumph Bonneville: From £1749 or $2746 USD (including One-Way Fee)
BMW or Goldwing: From £2595 or $4074 USD (Including One-Way Fee)
Trike – call us for a quote
We’ve got a Low Cost Coast To Coast Hire Special in March 2015 from Orlando to Los Angeles – click here for details!
Optional SLI and EVIP insurance available from an additional £685 or $1075 USD
Exchange rates have been fluctuating wildly – contact us for the best current rate!
It’s an epic journey, one that should be on every rider’s bucket list. The Lost Adventure has teamed up with EagleRider to make it easier than ever to make your Coast To Coast dreams come true. Rent a bike in Boston, New York, Washington DC or Miami, and ride across America to San Francisco or Los Angeles. Take the southern route, dip down towards the Gulf Of Mexico and across Texas. Or a Northern route, see the Badlands in South Dakota, and experience the majesty of Yellowstone. Or do a reverse route, starting on the Pacific Coast and riding East. Whatever roads you want to travel, we can make it happen for you. Contact us for the most competitive USA Coast To Coast Motorcycle Hire prices.
We’ve ridden across America several times by motorcycle, as recently as summer 2011. The Lost Adventure can give you advice and tips on your ride: where to start and finish, where to go, what to see, what to bring, what weather you might encounter. We’ll tell you about a great hamburger joint, a magic bit of road, the best place in the middle of nowhere to get a cold beer (click here to read our 50 Tips For Riding A Motorcycle Across America). And as an authorized EagleRider Tour Operator, we sell EagleRider’s full line of rentals, guided and self guided tours, at the most competitive prices. Don’t book your Cross Country rental or trip with anyone until you contact us.
We’ve partnered with EagleRider because they are truly the best company to hire your motorcycle from, especially on a long distance ride like Coast To Coast. Why? Because you can pick up and drop off your rental at any one of over 70 EagleRider locations in America. No matter where you start and finish, there’s probably an EagleRider location nearby. With a huge selection of bikes, including late model Harley Davidson, select BMW, Honda and Triumph models, you’ll find a bike that fits you. And as EagleRider is the largest motorcycle tourism company in the world, you know you’ve got strong support behind you in case you need it. With a fleet of over 2,000 hire motorcycles, many/most independent tour companies use EagleRider rental bikes (ask them).
We can work with you to create a bespoke Coast To Coast holiday without hassles – we supply the bike, the route, directions, and book your hotels – all you have to do is ride. No worries about whether or not some little motel has one last vacancy at 10:00pm. You pick the dates that work for you – contact us for more details.
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…everything you organized worked like clockwork
I mean a real adventure.
We had such a great time, everything you organized worked like clockwork.
We hope very much to travel with your company again, in the near future.
Paul Wright, after completing the Self Drive Route 66 Tour
…certainly made everyone feel relaxed…
Allister, reflections after the Wild West Tour
The whole holiday was superb.
Andy and Louise, Route 66 Bike Tour participants
…the holiday of a lifetime
Here's to the next one.
Simon Moran, after the Route 66 Bike Hire
…an adventure of which I still talk about today.
Stewart Clifford, on his favorite moments of the Low Cost Coast To Coast trip