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Key West Tour

Key West Tour
$395 / Price per 1 motorcycle
$295 / Price per motorcycle for group of 2
$250 / Price per motorcycle for group of 3
$195 / Price per motorcycle for group of 4
$175 / Price per motorcycle for group of 5
Passenger: $50 per passenger
  • Motorcycle: Included
  • Taxes: Included
  • American Rider Guide: Included
  • Fuel: All included
  • Appetizer and lunch: Included
  • Soft drinks: Included
  • Road assistance: Included
  • Helmets: Included (Driver and passenger)
  • Lock: Included (Disc lock or cable lock)
  • Seats: 2
  • Duration: 1 day
  • 6 motorcycles or more: Ask for prices
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Three days of new found friends, motorcycles, and fun in the sun! Take this relaxing surfside trip to fabulous Key West, with strategic stops along US1 for pictures, refreshments, and souvenir shopping. Breathe in the ocean air and gasp at the countless miles of road way along open waters just a few steps from road side. One could argue that there is never a bad day in the keys. With friendly locals, great food, and infamous tiki bars and lounges, you’ll want to call the Florida Keys home.

We arrive at Fabulous Key West! Spend a full day at this southernmost jewel of America and enjoy all kinds of water sports from snorkeling, jet skis, charter fishing, sunset cruises, etc. Visit museums such as the “Ernest Hemingway House” or walk along famous Duval Street where restaurants abound for just about any pallet. At Key West, let your curiosity open up a world of tropical adventure.

On the third day of your journey, we ride back tracing the same wonderful road that brought us here. Your American Rider tour guide will be open to suggestions on any sites the group or you would want to revisit. Midway, we will be having lunch at Holiday Isle Resort and Marina, a very popular destination in the upper keys. Lastly, in returning to the main land, we’ll travel on “Card Sound Rd”. This long and open road will be a fitting finish to your tour, taking us into mangrove waters and the unique topography of the lower Florida pan handle.