Big Bear Tour

Destination: California,
USA, North America

Tour category: Off-road, Round-Trip, Guided

Duration: 3 days

Total distance: About 300 miles

Ride difficulty: 

From US $2,294.00

Bikes: KTM or Suzuki (provided)

Ride through the San Bernardino Mountains!

The mountain range you will ride on was created by the San Andreas Fault - and it will amaze you with picturesque views of pristine beauty, early gold mining history, and quaint villages. This tour is truly unique, combining some of the most magnificent vistas with some of the best riding, from high desert to deep forests at elevations of up to 8,000 feet.

Great Summer Destination!

This round-trip tour starts - just a stone's throw away from Los Angeles - in the town of Wrightwood (a cozy ski resort village) and travel on dirt roads and 4x4 trails to the perimeter of the famous Lake Arrowhead. Optional single trails or easier dirt roads take you through the forest, ending in the beautiful city of Big Bear, in the high elevation of the southern California Mountains. You can experience a bit of the area's history while breathing in the pristine beauty of the mountains and forest! We will also travel to Pioneer town, a historic town created for the film industry many years ago. There will be many opportunities to stop for panoramic views along the way. Experience some of the best forest trails combined with desert riding, ending with an overnight stay in a comfortable hotel near Big Bear Lake, and near to Southern California’s Skiing destinations of Snow Summit and Bear Mountain.

Off-Road Experience!

The route is designed for riders with off-road experience; however, any experienced street biker in good physical condition can manage the route if they are willing to welcome the challenge. A support vehicle will transport your luggage. Two up riding is not recommended.

Highlights:    Riding San Bernardino forest trails, Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear forests and lakes, gold mining history, Pioneertown

Full Tour Details

Duration: 3 days
Riding days: 3
Total distance: About 300 miles
Daily riding hours: 6
Ride difficulty: 3 (out of 5)
Terrain: 4x4 roads through mountain terrain, "goat trails", and high desert OHV areas
International Airports: ONT, LAX
Group size: 4-10 riders
Group riding: Required
Suitable for passengers: No
Suitable for children: No
Accommodations: Comfortable hotel

Itinerary

Day 1: Wrightwood – Big Bear Lake (100 miles)
Day 2: Big Bear Lake (100 miles)
Day 3: Big Bear Lake – Wrightwood (100 miles)
Note: We reserve the right to change the route based on weather and permit conditions.

Booking Requirements

  • All-weather motorcycle experience
  • Rider's age, minimum 21 years
  • Dirt riding experience
  • Good health and physical condition
  • Valid motorcycle endorsed driver's license, category A (non-restrictive)
  • Valid ID, or any required document to travel to this country (passport, visa, etc.)
  • Helmets are required

Included Services

  • Experienced tour guide on motorcycle, with GPS
  • Rental motorcycle
  • Gasoline
  • Support vehicle for luggage transport & service
  • Technical support
  • General route and area information
  • Daily briefing, with daily route print-out
  • Snacks, water, & refreshments
  • 3x Breakfast
  • 3x Lunch, incl. non-alcoholic beverages
  • 2x Dinner, incl. non-alcoholic beverages
  • 2x Accommodations, double occupancy (if share is not available,
    the single supplement will apply)
  • Preparation fee and booking fee
  • Local taxes

Not included

  • Mandatory motorcycle insurance for street-legal dual sport bikes (see FAQ, "General Questions")
  • All services not specified in the "included services" section, such as airfare.

Optional Services

Select your optional services (for example: gear) during the booking process.

Payment Requirements

  • 25% pre-payment required for reservation
  • Balance due 6 weeks prior to tour start
  • With valid credit card
  • Security deposit: US $1000/bike (with CDW: US $500/bike). Cash or valid credit card

Tour Dates

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