Pennsylvania  History  Tour

Day  1

Motorcycle Trip,
If you have chosen the Fly and Ride option, this is the day you arrive for your Pennsylvania adventure. Today's the day you pick up your bike from the dealer or from your shipper.  You must arrive in time to pick up and drive your bike to the designated hotel in time for this evenings welcome dinner. We'll help you make these arrangements.

Tonight we will enjoy a nice dinner & drinks, get to know each other, and review the upcoming trip and safety rules 

Pennsylvania Amish

Day  2  -  104 Miles

This is our first day of riding. You'll enjoy a breakfast at the hotel, then gather in the parking lot for our departure.  After a short review of the road rules, we're off and running.  We'll cruise through the farmland and horse farms of Chester County and Lancaster County, famous for its Amish community.  We will reach Gettysburg by mid day and after a nice lunch begin our tour of the city and battlefields that are famous for the only Civil War battle that was fought in the Northern States. 

911 Memorial, Shanksville Pa.

Day  3  - 144 Miles 

After breakfast, we will head west on 'motorcycle' roads to Somerset County to visit the 911 Memorial in Shanksville, PA, the crash site of Flight 93 on 9/11/2001.  Next, we will travel through the farmlands and over the Allegheny Mountains to visit the South Fork Dam which burst on May 31, 1889, flooding the town of Johnstown, killing 2209 people. Our last stop today is the Johnstown Flood Museum where we'll see how this flood devastated this town 127 years ago.

Pennsylvanis Grand Canyon

Day  4  -  227 Miles

Back in the saddle, our longest riding day still has some sights to see. We will head to the site of The Allegheny Portage Railroad and famous Horseshoe Curve to learn the early history of how products were shipped across our state and the ties it had to the eventual flood in Johnstown. Next we head north to Mt Jewitt and the Kinzua Skywalk.  Finally, we turn east across famous Route 6 to Tioga County, and the town of Wellsboro to spend the evening.   

Woodstock NY

Day  5  - 165 Miles

 We start with some spectacular views of the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania before heading east on scenic Route 6, with a short stop at Wylussing Rock.  We'll spend the day cruising through the Pennsylvania countryside on some great motorcycle roads into New York state. Our next stop is the site of the 1969 Woodstock Concert, in Bethel New York.  We'll tour the museum and the grounds and learn about the greatest rock and roll concert of all times.

Delaware Water Gap

Day  6  - 200 Miles

Leaving the Bethel area, we'll head south back into Pennsylvania, riding along the north end of the Delaware River and follow the river down through the Delaware Water Gap. Once through the gap we head through Lehigh and Bucks Counties and back to our starting point or to the dealer from whom you rented your bike.