From the Las Vegas Strip to the Biggest Little City



After spending an evening on the Las Vegas strip we will travel along a section of the Old Spanish Trail settlement route used by early settlers and pioneers. We will visit Death Valley at Dante’s View and overlook 100 miles of the hottest region and lowest elevation in the United States. Next we will travel north and visit miner’s cabins and old gold mines and ghost towns to our first evening in the gold rush town of Tonopah, Nevada.


After breakfast, we are off to ride along a portion of the Las Vegas to Reno off-road race course, through Indian lands and along the Pony Express Route as we enter Carson Valley to the “Biggest Little City” in the west, Reno, Nevada. 


Reno is amazing but wait until you ride through the Sierra Mountains and past the beauty of Lake Tahoe. As we circle the lake we will head to Lone Pine for great food and a hard earned night's sleep. 


The final leg of the trip will take us from the Sierra's through Death Valley back to Las Vegas. The ride offers the experiences found in the deserts and mountains of the Great Southwest. The final evening we will stay in a Las Vegas resort and enjoy a final dinner together.


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Starting in Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world, this Adventure takes us to the Biggest Little City of Reno, NV. The Las Vegas to Reno section is mostly off-pavement but great for beginner to intermediate level riders on big ADV bikes.  After Reno we head south through the Sierra Nevada Mountains.  Adventurers can compare amazing vistas and huge expanses of the Mojave and Great Basin deserts juxtaposed against the forest covered high Sierra Mountains. This is a must do adventure that will have you calling Nevada the great American Outback. 



  • Motel accommodations for 5 nights

  • Orientation event the evening before the Adventure (includes appetizers and drinks)

  • Dinner the final day of the ride 

  • Fuel for the entire tour (show up with a full tank)

  • Support vehicle for groups of 5 + (carries fuel, minor repair items, and a spare motorcycle)

  • Satellite phone, GPS tracking 

  • Route tracks and maps

  • Detailed description of each day's route 

  • Professional and experienced adventure guides with unique knowledge of the travel areas

  • National and State park entrance fees (if needed)

  • Environmental surcharge (2% of the cost is donated to Tread Lightly)

  • Bottled water throughout the tour

  • Commemorative t-shirt 

  • Photos and videos


  • Airfare 

  • Motorcycle shipping or transportation 

  • Transportation to and/or from the starting point

  • Motorcycle clothing and riding gear (helmets, leathers, gloves, rain suits, etc.)

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner other than what is stated above 

  • Trip, travel, accident, or medical insurance 

  • Anything not specifically mentioned as included


  • Adventure motorcycle rental 

  • Single occupancy room, $40 per night