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Las Vegas Valley Motorcycle Guided Tours - Premiere Valley Tours
 
 
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Vegas Valley Motorcycle Tours & Events
VVMT Tour Selections

Single Day

1 Day - Northwest Mountains Tour -
Northwest Mountain Tour - 130+ Miles About 6 Hours

1 Day - Hoover Dam Discovery Tour
Hoover Dam Discovery Tour - 100 Miles About 6 Hours

1 Day - Premiere Valley Tour -MOST POPULAR SINGLE
Premiere Valley Tour - 180+ Miles About 7 Hours

1 Day - Southwest Mining Tour
Southwest Mining Tour - 296+ Miles About 9 / 10 Hours

Multiday

3 Days / 2 Nights
Light of Bryce Tour - 650+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
High Desert Plains Tour - 800+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights - BEST 3 DAY RIDE!
Empire Canyons Tour - 750+ Miles

2 Days / 1 Night
Zion's Hidden Treasure - 500+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
Zion's Hidden Treasure - 650+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
Southern Utah's Wilderness Journey - 800+ Miles - (Seasonal)

Areas of Interest: Custom Group Tours
Bryce Canyon, Cedar Canyon, Capital Reef, Dixie National Forest, Grand Canyon North Rim, South Rim, Cedar Breaks, Eagle Valley, Zion National Park, West Zion Park, Historical Route 66, Sedona, Mining Town, Red Rock Canyon, Toiyabe National Forest, Valley of Fire, Hoover Dam, Oatman, California Cost, Redwoods, Sierras, Death Valley.

  • 2013 - Riding Season is over. However, there are detailed maps, free,  in the forum of every single one of these tours. Enjoy!
  • Contact Us for any questions.





 
What to Bring: Also See What to Wear. We've put a few suggestions together below. Some of which is related to multi-day and single day type riding.
 
Motorcycle Touring Suggestions
What to bring on a motorcycle tour with VVMT. This is sort of a loaded question and it will depend how long of a journey we are talking about. WE keep about 1/2 saddle bag of might-need sorta stuff.
  • Spare Key: Spares are a good idea but rental companies will not provide one...
  • Spare Levers -  No Worries: If your bike tips over, either the clutch or brake lever will most likely be the first thing to go so consider small vice grips that may used in this unfortunate event.
  • Misc. Electronics: Camera & Batteries, Charger, SD Card: You may be able to plug a charger into your AUX power supply if you run dry during the trip. Many bikes today have the AUX power supply already installed as standard equipment. Rentals, except BMW and Goldwing these usually come standard (ask before hand). If they don't then the next best thing is auxiliary ports with alligator clips that will connect directly to the battery, then plug your charger into that. USB charges for both iPad & iPhone plug right in them as well with a dual type USB type chargers. Anyways, you get the idea, you just have to find out what works best for your setup, especially if it's a rental.
  • Tire Pumps & Accessories: LISTEN UP:.. We carry a Cycle Pump with tire plugs and tire gauge just in case of a fixable flat and most tires are, unless it explodes. Anyone on our tours are welcome to use it if needed. Have we needed it? Yes, and when the rider repaired the tire on his bike, he drove it that way for thousands of miles until the tire was wore out. It just stayed fixed! Not overly brilliant but that's what he did. When you get a flat on a bike, you just have to stop and fix it, what else are going to do, your just dead in the water. If you don't have a tire pump and the other essentials such as a repair kit, your just down and out and walking. This is a must have for motorcycle touring.
  • Tow Strap: We've never had to use one but a tie-down-strap could be used as a method to tow in the case of an emergency.
  • Ear Plugs - Optional: Most people would never think to bring a pair of ear plugs until you've hit the road for a for several hours. The wind can be a source of hammering noise and make the ride less enjoyable. Music / ear buds are well suited for this purpose.
  • Maps:
  • Tires: Make sure your bike isn't starting with wore-out tires.
  • Air Pressure Gauge: Make sure your bike isn't under inflated.
  • Communication: Cell phone.
  • Snacks - Optional: Most of our tours have meals, some areas have no where to eat at all, perhaps an occasional C-Store.
  • Water - Optional: Not a bad idea for any long distance motorcycle tour but especially on the Premiere Valley Tour & Southwest Mining should you have a couple bottles as they cannot be had for some distance in remote areas. Avoid sugary carbonated drinks, they just get all shook up.

 

 



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