A full description of each ride will be posted in installments during the next 2 months. Reservations are made with a $50 non-refundable deposit which can be applied to any future tour that is not sold out in case you need to cancel. Other ride profiles and dates can be made avaialbe as 'custom tours'. Just email us with your requirements. Feel free to email or call with any questions.
2017 RetroTours Scheduled Rides
May 6-7 (Saturday-Sunday): THE PINNACLE. The Amish, The Shoe
House & the Ephrata Gathering of the Bikes. Two hundred
miles in two days at a relaxed pace. Depart 10AM Saturday,
return home 3 PM Sunday. 3 spots left
May 27-28 (Saturday-Sunday): BILL’S OLD BIKE BARN. Three
hundred miles in two days at a slightly sporty pace. Biker
friendly steak house dinner. Overnight in a luxury log cabin.
Country diner breakfast. Covered bridges. wait list only - sold out
June 10 (Saturday): LOCAL LOOPS. 125 miles total, comprised of 5 loops
through the bucolic Brandywine Valley. Home cooked
breakfast and dinner, and an authentic Mexican food lunch
are included! Paced per experience level of the group.
June 23,24,25 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday): RENOVO: THE TOWN
THAT TIME FORGOT. Five hundred miles in three days.
Safe, sporty pace. The Endless Mountains. Breathtaking
Hyner’s View. The way things were.
July 15-16 (Saturday-Sunday): AHRMA @ NJMP. (the American
Historic Racing Motorcycle Association road races at New
Jersey Motorsports Park). Two hundred miles in two days.
Very relaxed pace. 90 minute ferry boat ride. Overnight in
a luxury trackside condo. Hob nob with racers in the pits.
limit 6 riders
August 4,5,6 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday): SEVEN SPRINGS, PA.
Motorcycle Classics Magazine’s “Ride ‘Em Don’t Hide ‘Em”
getaway. Six Hundred fifty miles in three days. Overnights
at a luxury ski resort in the mountains. Falling Waters and a
bit of W. Virginia. Total immersion for experienced riders.
August 19-20 (Saturday, Sunday): WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Four hundred
miles in two days. Moderate pace. A chance to visit a private
collection of classic Hondas. A paddle boat ride on the mighty
Susquehanna River. Campground/cabins on the river’s bank.
September 16,17,18 (Saturday, Sunday, Monday): RED NECK
GYRO VII. Six hundred miles in three days. Highly technical
mountain roads: not for beginners. West-by-God-Virginia.
Two nights in a vacation home with a hot tub. Roads to die for,
almost heaven, a RetroTours tradition.
October 6,7,8,9 (Friday-Monday): GYPSY FREEDOM TOUR. Four
easy paced,125 mile days. No particular destination. We’ll
set out to rediscover America, riding towards the best weather
forecast, looking for a motel each day at 125 miles. Celebrate
Columbus Day; be ready for anything!
October 28 (Saturday): JIM THORPE, PA. Two hundred miles in
one day. Moderate pace. This historic destination, also
known as Mauch Chunk, nestles in the mountainous heart
of coal country. The foliage promises to be splendorous.
Millionaire’s Row. Switzerland in PA.