It’s about time to start thinking about next year’s big trip. And if you want to do something seriously special – then you need to check out Orange and Black’s Canadian Rockies and Rivers guided tour.

Orange and Black's Canadian Rockies and Rivers Tour

If you’ve not heard of Orange and Black before, it’s the North American motorcycle touring arm of H-C Travel – a British firm which has been organising bike trips all over the world since 1994. Specialising in Harley-Davidson tours, if you’re looking to plan your next adventure, they’re well worth a look.

The 15 day, 2900km Canadian Rockies and Rivers trip takes in some of the greatest roads and scenery that the country has to offer. In addition to exploring Waterton Lakes, Wells Gray and Jasper and Banff National Parks, you’ll also take in the world famous Calgary Stampede – where you’ll see Canadian cowboys strutting their stuff in chuckwagon races and rodeo. And you’ll also get a chance to hear some of the best country music from Canada (and the USA) too.

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Canada motorcycle tour from Orange and Black

That’s not all. Alongside the stunning, ever-changing scenery and wildlife, you’ll experience some truly inspiring roads – including the Icefields Parkway, the USA’s mountainous ‘Going to-the Sun-Highway’ and the stunning Selkirk Loop. And you’ll be doing it all on a 2020 114″ Harley-Davidson.

Add in warm and friendly hotels, like-minded riders and some of the best and most knowledgeable guides in the business – and it sounds like the trip of a lifetime. If you’ve ever wanted to explore Canada, this guided tour’s about as good as it gets.

For more information on Orange and Black’s Canadian Rockies and Rivers trip, click HERE.

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