We have several different place's we send you on your own or we guide you to.

 We offer trips from part day to 1 week. We have a few listed below.    

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Sayulita,Lo de Marcos, Rincon de Guayabitos

Sayulita’s cultural blend of beaches, shops, restaurants, activities and smiling people makes the village the perfect destination for an "off-the-beaten-path" Mexico vacation. Located on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, Mexico. To get here we will pass through Mezcales, Bucerious, and ride through some very scenic jungle. We will stop here for a quick lunch, snack or beverage, watch the surfer's and then head back to town travelling down the old scenic cost highway taking us past Punta de Mita and La Cruz de Huanacaxtle. If we have time we can take a tour of the new marina in La Cruz. This is a very short ride. To make it longer you can carry on north on route 200 and stop in at Lo de Marcos, Rincon de Guayabitos, Las Varas and more. Just turn around and head back when ever you are ready.

Tequila Jalisco 

Tequila is located between Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. By car, it is around 1 hour from Guadalajara; if you're coming from Puerto Vallarta, expect about a 4 hour ride. Tequila is the national beverage of Mexico, and usually consumed for celebrations. The Toltex Indians discovered tequila as a drink more than 200 years ago. There are 4 types of bottled Tequila which range from being ages for 3 months to 5 years. Agave plants thrive in Tequila, Mexico where conditions such as altitude and climate are perfect for its growth. It takes the agave plant 8 to 10 years to mature and be ready for harvesting and distilling. To actually make the tequila, the green outer leaves are sliced off, leaving the large agave "pinas" or pineapples to be processed. The average worker can prepare only 200 plants a day because of the intense heat and the difficulty of the procedure. The white creamy core contains the juice necessary for the preparation of tequila. One plant can produce 5 bottles of tequila. The town of Tequila, Mexico processes most of the tequila that is on the market today. Once in the city, visitors are allowed to tour the various distilleries; as well as taste the various tequilas being processed. Tequila is the home of Jose Cuervo.

 San Blas Nayarit

San Blas is another exellent place to ride to. We stick to the coastal roads which takes us through mountainous terrain as well as Banana fields etc. San Blas is one of those places that you can make it to and have a great luch and still make it back to Purto Vallarta in one day. It is also a great place to park the bike for the day and return back to PV the next day. There are great tours and resturants there as well. Below is a small video of some of the scenery you will see.

San Sebastian del Oeste 

 Historic Town of San Sebastián del Oeste.

San Sebastián was founded as a mining town in 1605 during the Spanish Colonial Period. Gold, silver and lead were mined around the area. More than 25 mines and a number of foundries had been established by 1785. The town was declared a city in 1812 and reached a peak population of some 20,000 people by 1900. The prosperity of the city declined after the revolution of 1910. At the start of the 21st century, it has a population of less than 1,000. It receives some tourist visits from nearby Puerto Vallarta, as it is served by an airfield and recent road improvements have made it possible to ride right into the heart of town.

We stop at a few landmarks along the way for breaks and for pictures. After a having lunch at one of the excellent restaurants we walk around town and check out the many sites and shop,s we head back down the mountain. This is a great ride and will fit perfectly into your schedule if your are in town for one day off one of the cruises.

Santa Maria del Oro 

Sant María del Oro is famous for the crater lake of the same name, located east of the town. This lake has a modest tourist infrastructure and attracts many national and foreign tourists to the area.The economy is based on tourism and agriculture. Corn, peanuts, and sugarcane are the most important crops. There is also a sizable cattle herd and the raising of poultry has increased in recent years.The major river Río Grande de Santiago crosses the northern region of the municipality. This is a full day ride to get there have lunch and get back. The scenery and curvy roads are a bikers dream. You can stop at the top and take pictures of the crater lake below then take the almost 20 minute ride down to the lake.

Barra de Navidad 

Barra de Navidad is a small country beach town in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. Located on Costa Allegre (Happy Coast) with a small population of only 5,000 residents, this serene setting offers the ultimate in privacy and tranquility.
Positioned approx. 200km south of Puerto Vallarta, Barra de Navidad offers beautiful unspoiled beaches, fabulous restaurants, and friendly people. You can ride to Barra and back in one day but it is a very long day. We recommend staying overnight and enjoy the beach and many restaurants.

 Talpa de Allende Jalisco

The tiny but charming town of  Talpa de Allende is in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Jalisco state. It’s normally pretty sunny and sleepy (except for bustling handmade candied fruit factories and a bustling coffee industsry). But the town also draws tens of thousands of visitors during annual pilgrimages to visit the town’s  “miracle causing” virgin.  The shrine of the Virgin Rosario of  Talpa is one of the most venerated religious sites in all of Mexico.  Three pilgrimages are conducted every year to the site. The Virgin allegedly has healing powers, and many people visit the statue annually to ask for miracles. Quite often when we are riding up to Talpa or past on another ride we see hundreds of people walking to Talpa. Riding up to Talpa and back is a big day. You will want to be on the road by 8:00Am.

Mascota Jalisco 

The destination of Mascota, also known as the jewel of the Sierra Mascota, has been visited for many years by people from Jalisco who were born there, and after migrating to other places, go back to their beautiful home town. It used to be a wealthy mining town due to the extraction of silver. Its population became one of the most important ones in the sierra, and their commercial relations reached the Pacific coast. Some say that the original people from Vallarta came from Mascota. Nowadays, Mascota is one of the most representative areas of rural Mexico. The weather and location make it a perfect place for agriculture, since the town is located in the eastern side of the sierra, 1300 meters above sea level.The landscape is formed by a series of mountains that go from north to south and separate the sea and the high lands of the state. Oyamel firs and oak trees are some of the trees that can be found in its forest. Several rivers and streams are born in these mountains and later flow to the sea.The eastern side of the mountain differs from the valley of Mascota, which is relatively dry. Therefore, different kinds of plants can be found there, such as the maguey. The place is perfect for agriculture. Human activities are reflected in the appearance of the landscape; there are colorful parceled lands around the town, surrounded by rows of maguey plants. The roofs of all the houses are a deep red, a color that can also be seen in the soil. Most of the houses are made of adobe and curved roof tiles. Mascota is great place to go for a day ride.



Some of our longer trips include Mazatlan, Barra de Navidad Via Los Volcanes, Guadalajara and lots more.

Note: minimum two weeks notice required to organize multi day trips.