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Scenic Motorcycle Tour From Los Angeles To Santa Barbara And Back In 1 Day
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Motorcycle rental location or your hotel
Motorbike Tour, Private Tour, Guided Tour
This discount is valid from April 1st, 2017 to September 30th,2017
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Quite a mini road trip for the curious mind. This one day ride starts from your own location or from the motorcycle rental shop. It takes us from L.A. to Santa Barbara and back. It makes an ever-changing loop that includes portions of some of the most vital L.A freeways such as the 101 freeway that parallels the Pacific Coast Highway.
It includes large portions of straight or winding country roads that connect the historical agricultural region of the Santa Clara River Valley to the Pacific coast. This region is also known to be one of the cradles of the California citrus industry. Remember those oranges you eat in the Winter!
This is a long and exciting ride that includes many stops and possible visits of three of the most prestigious 18th century Spanish Missions in California: the San Fernando, the Ventura and the Santa Barbara Missions. It goes through some typical mid-size country towns such as the typical Western cities of Fillmore and its old train station, Santa Paula and its famous Murals and Ojai still living its 60's vibe.
On the way back the excitement stays high as we follow the coast line from the hills of Montecito all the way to Las Casitas Lake and then back to the coastal city of Ventura. The Pacific Coast highway then takes us to Point Mugu and back to Malibu and Santa Monica.
Renting a motorcycle for the day is fairly easy. There are several local rental shops offering online booking. My job as your local guide is to make sure your experience is easy, safe and one of a kind!
A friendly and knowledgeable guide
Door to Door Guiding service
Your passenger rides for free
What‘s not included
Mission entrance fee